Trevor Peters

Trevor Peters

Reporter/MMJ

Cincinnati


Recent Articles by Trevor

  Gov. Beshear discusses Brent Spence Bridge solutions with U.S. Transportation Sec. Pete Butteigieg

  Vaccinating 3K a day ‘easily doable’ at NKY site in the future, Beshear says

  Mayor attempts ouster of Bethel police chief over summer protests

Kellogg cutting 250 jobs from Mariemont plant

  ‘An incredible young woman:’ Meet the Tri-State’s first female Eagle Scout

  The good, bad, and ugly: COVID-19 vaccine rollout in the Tri-State

  Some struggling to schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments

  ‘America is losing,’ Ohio congressman tours shuttered border wall

  DeWine worries invoking 25th Amendment would “add to the division in this country”

  FDA cancels fee that asked Ky. distillers who made hand sanitizer during pandemic to pay thousands

Sam Adams partners with Rookwood Pottery for holiday ornament

  Request approved: UC to have more fans in the stands at the AAC championship game

  Hamersville Police Department responds to ‘viral video’ of fight between officer and man

  Fight caught on video between police officer, man under investigation in Brown Co.

  UC Health releases vaccine distribution plan for first batch

  NKY family of 11 sues Gov. Beshear over new orders on indoor gatherings

  West Chester-Liberty Chamber honors women in healthcare

  Coconuts dumped outside Kroger headquarters as PETA protests forced monkey labor

  Butler County Sheriff: ‘I’m not going to be the curfew police’

  Brent Spence Bridge closure creates opportunity for maintenance crews

  NKY’s Covington Plaza nears completion on Ohio Riverfront

  Brews in Igloos: NKY’s Braxton Brewing Co. preps for winter amid pandemic

  Stimulus package to help Cincinnati bars, restaurants unveiled

  Local breweries take top prizes at virtual Great American Beer festival

  Boy Scouts hosting family-friendly Halloween drive-thru

  Tri-State postal worker investigated for alleged Facebook comment

  CPS delays return to in-person learning

Tri-State group to host ‘March for Change’ in Downtown Cincinnati

  Hundreds march for change at Xavier University

  Demonstrators march against gun violence, police brutality in Downtown Cincinnati