Glenn joined 10TV in August 2007. His reporting on the people and issues of central Ohio has earned him four Emmy Awards.
He came to Columbus after 11 years of working at stations in Cincinnati, Springfield, Illinois and Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In Tulsa, he was a weekend anchor and investigative reporter for three years. His investigative work was honored twice by the Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalists. Prior to that, he spent more than three years in Springfield, where he reported and rose before dawn to anchor the morning news. He was honored to be named Springfield’s “Best Broadcast Journalist” in 2003 by the “Illinois Times,” the city’s newsweekly.
Before landing in Springfield, Glenn worked behind the scenes for five years at WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, both as an assignment editor and field producer. Much of his time at WCPO was spent juggling work and school. He studied Broadcast Journalism and Political Science at Northern Kentucky University.
Glenn grew up in South Carolina. He enjoys movies, music, politics and eating his way through the many great restaurants in Columbus. He considers himself lucky to be making a living doing what he loves, in a city he loves.
If you have a story that needs to be told, Glenn wants to hear from you. You can send him any story suggestions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent articles by Glenn McEntyre
- Man Sentenced In Crash That Killed 73-Year-Old
- Students Use Art To Send A Message Against Bullying
- Columbus Residents Voice Concern Over Landlord's Properties
- Columbus Man Charged In Two Cold Case Rapes
- 9-Year-Old Waits For Organ Donations That Could Save His Life
- Morrow County EMS Changes Spark Debate
- Judge Says He Will Strike Down Ohio's Ban On Recognizing Gay Marriages From Other States
- Columbus Health Officials Launch Program To Curb STDs
- Campaign Underway To Attract Businesses To Downtown Columbus
- Morrow County Considers Changes To 911 & EMS Services
- Veteran Of WWII & Korea Laid To Rest After Passing Away At Age 91
- Athens County Commissioners Name New Temporary Sheriff
- Natural Gas Odor Worrying Some East Columbus Residents
- Columbus Battalion Chief Reprimanded Following Sex Scandal Investigation
- Hearing Transcripts Reveal New Information In Firefighter Sex Scandal
- New Details Revealed In State Trooper OVI Case
- Overwhelmed Ohio SPCA Calls For Assistance Amid A Rush Of Cases
- Marion Police Continue To Look For Answers 1 Year After Deadly Assault
- Fight Underway To Save Ancient Earthworks
- Licking County Mom Says Police Acted With Excessive Force Against Her Autistic Son
- Judge's Mistake Leads To Overturned Conviction In Double Homicide
- OU Student Donates Life Through Bone Marrow
- Chillicothe Police Launch Program To Quell Crime And Drug Activity
- Mother Shot While Protecting Child During Chillicothe Home Invasion
- Chillicothe Police Chief Finds Himself In Another Public Controversy
- New Information Revealed In The Beating Death Of A Morrow County Man
- Plea Deal Reached In Morrow County Case Involving Drunk Driving Crash
- OSHP Has No Record Of Discipline For Trooper Facing 2nd Drunk Driving Charge
- Man Goes To Trial For Crash That Killed 73-Year-Old
- East Columbus Neighborhood Getting Multi-Million Dollar Makeover
- Ross County Man Sentenced To 30 Years To Life For Child Sex Crimes
- Expert: OHP Lab Violations Raise Doubts In Integrity Of Samples
- State Patrol Crime Lab Called Into Question After Sloppy Work By Employee
- 2 People Hospitalized By Carbon Monoxide Leak At Apartments
- Ohio Man Buried Astride His Beloved Harley
- Third Columbus Firefighter Investigated For Alleged Misconduct
- Sex Scandal At Columbus Division Of Fire Expands
- Farmers Take Extra Measures To Protect Livestock In Frigid Wind Chills
- 8 People Indicted In Multi-million Dollar Drug Operation
- Chief Recommends Firing Of Firefighter Under Investigation For Sex On The Job
- Father, Son Charged Accused Mistreating Ross County Horses