Tana Weingartner

Reporter

Tana Weingartner earned a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of Cincinnati and a master's degree in mass communication from Miami University. Most recently, she served as news and public affairs producer with WMUB-FM. Ms. Weingartner has earned numerous awards for her reporting, including several Best Reporter awards from the Associated Press and the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists. She served on the Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters Board of Directors from 2007 - 2009.

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Best Reporter
2:58 pm
Wed January 23, 2013

Best Reporter

Tana Weingartner

Best Reporter   

Tana Weingartner

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World Choir Games
1:57 pm
Wed January 23, 2013

Extraordinary Coverage of a Scheduled Event

World Choir Games
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Extraordinary Coverage of a Scheduled Event
World Choir Games
Reporter: Tana Weingartner

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Transportation
4:34 pm
Tue January 22, 2013

I-275 accident investigation could take days

Credit WCPO

The investigation into Monday's massive pile-up on I-275 continues. A white out is believed to have caused at least 86 vehicles to crash, closing the highway for seven hours.

A 12-year old girl was killed and 20 others were sent to hospitals, some have been released.

Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil says investigators are reconstructing what happened.

"We're in the process of conducting a full traffic investigation on this and it's going to take days. Even with the number of officers we had out there, it's going to take days to put this report together," he says.

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IceFest 2013
4:19 am
Fri January 18, 2013

IceFest returns to Hamilton this weekend

Credit http://downtownhamiltonsid.com

Hamilton's popular IceFest is back this weekend. The two-day festival features more than 80 ice sculptures scattered throughout downtown.

Chairman Tim Naab says this year's theme is "landmarks of the world".

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Cincinnati Police Department
4:06 pm
Thu January 17, 2013

Overall crime down in Cincinnati in 2012

Credit Michael Keating / Cincinnati Police

Cincinnati police say homicides and violent crime were down overall last year compared to 2011.

Chief James Craig wants to see that trend continue this year.

"We've set for 2013 a very modest overall crime reduction goal of five percent. We had a five percent goal at the beginning of 2012 and we certainly exceeded that, ending the year with a ten percent reduction in overall crime," he says.

Over-the-Rhine, Avondale and Winton Hills saw the biggest drops in homicides. Walnut Hills and East Price Hill both saw increases.

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