Tana Weingartner

Reporter / Digital Journalist

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, and a regional Murrow Award. She served on the Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters Board of Directors from 2007 - 2009.

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Ohio's largest public seed nursery is right here in Southwest Ohio, and it's hosting an open house this weekend.

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The northernmost stop on Kentucky's Bourbon Trail Craft Tour is finally selling its own locally produced whiskey.

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FC Cincinnati is signing its first two Major League Soccer players as it prepares to enter to the top American league in 2019.

Courtesy of John Butte

Editor's note: This story first ran in April 2016 and has been updated.  

For eight summers beginning in 1934, a series of 20 women -- known as the Gypsy Coeds -- toured the U.S. and Canada in a Model T Ford known as the Silver Streak. They were heralded everywhere they went, even meeting Henry Ford. 

Courtesy / FC Cincinnati

FC Cincinnati is going with the local office of a worldwide company to draft its new branding as it prepares to enter Major League Soccer next year.

Courtesy Kenton County Detention Center

Kenton County is launching a 12-step re-entry program for inmates dealing with opioid addictions.

Courtesy Shedd Aquarium

An Ohio River education and watchdog group is loaning its mobile exhibit to Chicago's Shedd Aquarium for the summer.

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When you call 911 from a mobile phone, the operator knows your phone number and a rough idea of your location. If you sign up with Smart911, as Cincinnati and Hamilton County officials are encouraging you do, the dispatcher will have access to all kinds of personal and medical information that first responders might need to know in an emergency.

Courtesy Rabbit Hash Historical Society.

Updated: July 12, 1:27 p.m.

Rising Star Casino christened the first ferry to return service from Rabbit Hash, Kentucky, to Rising Sun, Indiana, since 1945.

Courtesy Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum

One of the oldest cemeteries in Dayton is marking the 175th anniversary of its first burial.

Courtesy Model T Ford Club of America

Model T Fords are taking over Richmond, Indiana, this week ahead of Saturday's Homecoming celebration. Richmond is home to the Model T Museum, operated by the the Model T Ford Club of America, the largest in the world.

Holocaust Center 'Breaks Ground' On New Home

Jul 5, 2018
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Construction is underway on a new Holocaust & Humanity Center inside the Cincinnati Museum Center.

Courtesy University of Cincinnati

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati's College of Medicine and Children's Hospital have discovered a target in certain types of leukemia that may be treatable with an existing drug.

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A Kentucky man arrested Monday is now under indictment for threatening to blow up several Hamilton County government buildings.

Courtesy CORA

Work is finally beginning on a trail system 20 years in the making. Cincinnati, the Parks Department, and the Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance (CORA) break ground Tuesday on a Mt. Airy Bike Trail.

AP / Elaine Thompson

If you've lived in Cincinnati for any length of time, you've probably been asked which high school you attended. Think of this as the professional athelete version of that question...

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FC Cincinnati is choosing an established team to lead construction on its multi-million dollar Major League Soccer stadium.

Carolyn Kaster / AP

Rallies are set in Cincinnati for Friday and Saturday to protest a pair of policies involving immigration.

Courtesy University of Cincinnati

A marijuana-derived drug the U.S. Food and Drug Administration just approved has connections to Cincinnati.

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Leaders with the Cincinnati chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) say they're upset about Tuesday's Supreme Court ruling in Trump v. Hawaii.