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Sheree Paolello
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Attended Northern Kentucky University
Lives in Northern Kentucky
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Sure he looks adorable.... but this little guy is responsible for starting an apartment fire today where people were inside!  Apparently he chewed thru some wires.
Luckily,  the family got out....The squirrel on the other hand... has a singed tail. ;-)
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it's everywhere.
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I recently got to go inside 20/20, Hamilton County's Juvenile Detention Center.  I was shocked to see the  number of KIDS who've been there over and over again... ALMOST 50-PERCENT.  A local mom who is doing everything she can (she's moved to a better neighborhood, enrolled him in new schools and community programs) is losing the battle with her son.
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sad.
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Definitely pain relief

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Wish this guy worked here! The Director of Crimes Stoppers in Miami eats documents  to PROTECT A  WITNESS.  
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Just when I think I've seen it all... we get this video.   I actually gasped when our News Director showed it to us in our meeting today.  If you think this looks bad.. you should see the UNEDITED version.  I'm not sure what disturbs me more... that people would rip clothes off someone and beat them in public or that countless people would stand around doing nothing to help.   UNREAL. 
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This local family needs 3-thosuand more signatures to help their sick little boy and others.
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good idea
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Law would be named after Annie Rooney, who was killed last July by a drunken driver while she was riding her bike in Chillicothe.
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Am I crazy?  I  want to adopt this fat cat!  I'd hiss at my toddler too! ;-)
Portland man called 911 for help after angry kitty trapped family and family dog in bedroom
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News Anchor for WLWT News 5
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I'm a news junkie! At WLWT, I help find stories around Greater Cincinnati that I think are important and will matter to you.
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     When I graduated from Northern Kentucky University, I thought I wanted to work in some big news market like New York or Chicago.  When you're young, moving away sounds exciting and challenging.  But after working as a crime reporter in South Bend, Dayton and Charlotte, and covering everything from major murder trials to Sept. 11, I realized what was most important to me was coming home to Cincinnati. 

     In 2002, I got a call from WLWT.  I was a General Assignment reporter for the 11 p.m. news and covered stories all over the Tri-state.  In 2004, I had my first child and, while I was on Maternity Leave, I got a call from our News Director asking me if I wanted the weekend anchor job.  Within a few months they moved me to the 5 p.m. news Monday through Friday.  After that, I slowly started anchoring the 5:30 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts as well.  I feel very lucky to be doing what I love in the city that I grew up in.  It's easy to report on stories when you know your community; when you feel connected to the people and the issues.  My husband and I live in Northern Kentucky.  We have three little boys and a small farm of animals.  We care about the same issues that you do: safety, taxes and schools.

     One of the things I pride myself on is that I'm still a journalist at heart.  I'm very involved in our shows, in the writing and the editorial process.  While news has certainly changed over the years with the internet and the 24-hour news cycle, we still fight for stories, people and issues that we believe in and we uncover criminal or corrupt activity that would otherwise go unreported.

     The one thing that has changed since my days as a beat reporter is that now I get to get out in the community and volunteer more.  I help emcee and raise money for dozens of charities every year. I work closely with Make-A-Wish, The Dragonfly Foundation and Susan G. Komen.   At times, you'll see me and my family walking to raise money for MS, Pancreatic Cancer or Lupus.  I hope to see you out at one of these events!  In the meantime, I’ll see you on WLWT News 5.  Thanks for watching.  I hope that if you're not a loyal viewer yet, you'll become one soon.  Remember, you can always interact with me on my Facebook page.


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Survived 15 + years in the News business
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  • Northern Kentucky University
    Radio and Television, 1992 - 1996
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