Andrew Setters, WLWT.com

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WLWT.com

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

Feeling the heat: Firefighters go through arson investigator training

When a fire breaks out, it can rip through your home in moments, causing damage and claiming lives.The job of a fire investigators to figure out what went wrong.This week, WLWT got a chance to go behind the scenes with local firefighters as they train to become arson investigators at Scarlett Oaks in Sharonville. The instructors, who are trained fire investigators, set three fires for the… → Read More

Heads up Ohio voters: Ballot request forms starting to arrive in the mail

Heads up Ohio voters: Ballot request forms starting to arrive in the mail State officials prepping for Election Day, Nov. 3 Election Day is two months away, and Ohio elections officials are getting ready.Ohio’s Secretary of State Frank LaRose met with his “Ready for November” task force on Thursday to talk about preparations. LaRose has sent out absentee ballot request forms to all registered… → Read More

Loveland kids head back to class for first day of blended learning

Youngest students split into morning and afternoon sessions → Read More

Northwest Local phasing in students, preparing for most to be in-person

More local kids started back to school today in the Northwest Local School District. Students began the first of a series of phase-in days to prepare them for the changes and challenges of the school year. “The phase-in days are very important, because it will give us small groups at a time to work in our cohorts, but it will also give us time to see what’s working what’s not working,” said… → Read More

Hamilton County extending child support amnesty program

Opportunity for parents who've fallen behind to get back on track → Read More

Judge: Kidnapping, shooting of man in Colerain Township was an "attempted execution"

Judge: Kidnapping, shooting of man in Colerain Township was an "attempted execution" Ryan Stoll, 22, held on $1.5 million bond More details have been revealed about a harrowing kidnapping and shooting of a man who was later found outside a Walmart in Colerain Township last week.One of the suspects involved made his first appearance in court Thursday morning. Officials said the victim is lucky to… → Read More

$5 million more being made available for local small businesses impacted by COVID-19

Hamilton County pouring more coronavirus relief bill cash into assistance → Read More

Logan Dean: Teen sentenced in robbery gone wrong that led to fatal shooting

Another teen involved in a deadly shooting in Warren County will be spending at least a decade behind bars.Logan Dean was injured in the shooting that killed Mason Trudics back in December. He has now pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter with a gun specification. Investigators believe Dean and several friends, including Trudics, were involved in a planned robbery at a home on Oregonia… → Read More

Fallen Vietnam vet from Boone County honored with memorial highway

A section of Kentucky 338 in Boone County has been named in honor of a fallen Vietnam Veteran from our area.It’s now the Gary Leslie Moore Memorial Highway. The sign honoring Moore was unveiled Friday in Burlington, in front of his family, friends and fellow service members. “Those signs are like the cover of a book, and behind them there are always deeply personal stories,” Kentucky… → Read More

Cincinnati nonprofit needs your vote to win $125,000

Easter Seals Fast TRAC construction program a finalist for Google.org prize → Read More

Xavier students head back with new routines and expectations

Going back to school looks a little different for college students this year.Xavier University is welcoming freshmen to campus this week, with new expectations for safety in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.Most incoming freshmen had their senior year of high school cut short, so this is a big step.“It makes you miss it, since you missed the last part of it – so now I’m excited to start again,”… → Read More

Homearama comes to the city of Cincinnati for the first time

57th new home showcase will take place in East End → Read More

County to help schools with masks, personal protective equipment

Federal coronavirus relief bill dollars to support Hamilton County schools → Read More

UC professor helped select landing site for NASA's latest mission to Mars

Helped select landing site in search for ancient life → Read More

Dress donation bolsters Cincinnati nonprofit

A COVID-related challenge for one Cincinnati company is turning into a blessing for high school girls in our area. That’s because Macy’s has donated more than 2,000 prom dresses to the nonprofit Kenzie’s Closet.Kenzie’s Closet started years ago, with the goal of making sure every girl could afford the prom experience.“There have always been girls in need that want to go to prom, that deserve to… → Read More

Preparations underway in Ohio for November election

Along with the challenges for reopening schools this fall, there are also challenges for this year's upcoming Election Day.Work is already underway to tackle everything from physical distancing at the polls to making sure there are enough poll workers.Pandemic closures started in Ohio just as voters were supposed to head to the polls for the March primary. Elections leaders don’t want any… → Read More

Hundreds of complaints made about fireworks over the holiday weekend, police say

Over the holiday weekend, police all over the Cincinnati area were busy dealing with complaints about fireworks. → Read More

At midpoint of 2020, Cincinnati seeing homicide spike

Cincinnati is seeing a spike in homicides and shootings in 2020. Around the midpoint of the year, homicides are up by nearly 60%. Arrests were made pretty quickly in the most recent homicides in the city. Cincinnati Police arrested Michael Glover for the murders of Leontae Johnson and Choya Elmer. They were gunned down Tuesday in Spring Grove Village. Glover’s bond was set at $1.5 million.… → Read More

Cincinnati State reopens for limited in-person services

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College is taking a step toward normal operations, by reopening some services, beginning Monday. For the first time since mid-March, Cincinnati State is giving students the option of registering for classes and tackling financial aid in-person. It’s still quiet on campus, with almost all teachers hosting classes from home.“They did an excellent job and… → Read More

Withrow hoping for community support at first golf outing

Tee it up on Thursday to help the Tigers football team → Read More