Megan Mitchell,

Megan Mitchell

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Megan:

One on one with First Lady Jill Biden

First Lady Jill Biden invited WLWT's Megan Mitchell to the White House to talk about her message for the holidays. → Read More

News of tWitch's suicide sparking conversations about mental health and local resources

Mental health advocates say there is still a stigma around mental health → Read More

'Jeff Ruby Way': Street renamed in honor of Cincinnati restaurateur

A man who flipped Cincinnati's restaurant scene on its head will now forever be engraved into the streets of the city. → Read More

Popular northern Kentucky shop Lil's Bagels closing due to high rent prices

The landlord close to quadrupled their rent, making it impossible to stay open. → Read More

Boy who dressed up as Kroger cashier for Halloween gets surprise from the grocery chain

Part of the gift will help 5-year-old Calvin Pettibone and other kids with disabilities → Read More

Lakota West teacher comes in 5th place in World Paratriathlon on Thanksgiving Day

Kendra Herber traveled halfway around the world to compete for Team USA → Read More

Historic Holloway House in Avondale to be new resources center, home for teen moms

Rosemary's Babies provides resources and housing for teens and their babies to thrive. → Read More

WLWT and St. Vincent de Paul begin collecting donations for annual coat drive

New or gently used coats can be given at several locations across the Tri-State → Read More

Kings Island adds new attractions to Halloween Haunt

Families who just want to get into the Halloween spirit can trick or treat during the day on weekend → Read More

Energy is up at Xavier University move-in for new students

The student leaders spent months making the welcome week organized and fun for new students. → Read More

Cincinnati Zoo celebrates animal caretakers during National Zookeeper Week

The Zoo has about 50 zookeepers throughout the park. → Read More

Therapy dog 'Bo' welcome relief for residents in tornado-stricken Goshen Township

Bo is a deaf 7-year-old flat coat retriever with a knack for making people smile → Read More

'Thank you so much': Family thanks strangers for giving them shelter during storm in Goshen

Jon Pizzo and Rachel Holliday were on their way home from being with family knowing they had to beat Wednesday's storm but didn't make it home in time, instead seeking the help of total strangers. → Read More

Small towns in greater Cincinnati hold first LGBTQ Pride events

New Richmond, Westwood, more hold first pride events for the community → Read More

Certain people are getting their student loans forgiven. Here's how to see if you qualify

Cincinnati woman receives letter from government saying more than $50,000 of her loans are forgiven → Read More

Lindner Center for Hope announces major expansion, campaign

One in four people struggles with their mental health and experts say this issue needs to be treated just like any other sickness. → Read More

University of Cincinnati graduates largest class ever

After more than two years of modified commencements, graduation was back to normal capacity. → Read More

Praying the Steps in Mt. Adams draws big crowd on Good Friday

Folks were wrapped around the block waiting for a chance to pray the steps this Easter weekend → Read More

Cincinnati raises transgender pride flag as part of International Transgender Day of Visibility

It's Transgender Day of Visibility and the city of Cincinnati wanted to show the people living here, the city is a safe space. → Read More

Colon cancer being seen in younger patients

If you're in your 40s and haven't had your colon checked, you should get screened soon. → Read More