Ambriehl Crutchfield


Ambriehl is a general assignment reporter with interest in race, education and communities. She works to amplify underrepresented voices and advance daily news stories. She comes to WVXU with previous reporting experience at NPR member stations WBEZ in Chicago and WKYU in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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FC Cincinnati owners are unveiling the design of the team's new soccer 12.4-acre stadium.

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Cincinnati's Mauritanian community wants Congress to address human rights issues in their native country. Community advocates rallied Monday to raise awareness of issues going on in the West African country.

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The Cincinnati Police Department wants to increase police presence in crime hot spots in hopes of reducing violent crime.

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The city of Covington wants to hear residents' opinions on the future of the Internal Revenue Service facility.

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Cincinnati Children's Hospital is announcing a new $2.7 million investment from Cisco to expand technology services at its new building currently under construction at its Burnet campus in Avondale.

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Despite budget constraints, Strategies to End Homelessness is working to reduce the number of families experiencing the summer surge of homelessness.

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The Cincinnati Health Department is investigating a potential measles case. The department is urging residents to get vaccinated to decrease the spread of measles and other preventable diseases.

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After a year with no concrete leads, the Hamilton County Coroner's Office is asking for the public's help to identify a Jane Doe.


Sanitation District No. 1 is implementing a new billing structure for Northern Kentucky customers today.

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Elliot Kesse has had body image issues for as long as they could remember. Kesse was assigned female at birth and uses they/them pronouns.

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The Cincinnati Public Schools Board is announcing a $657 million budget for the 2019-20 school year.

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Cincinnati is hoping to pull in more LGBTQ travelers.