Sean Cudahy is a reporter and weekend anchor for News Center 7.
Most days, Sean works the “nightside” shift, which means you’ll most often see him working stories for News Center 7 at 5:00pm, 6:00pm and 11:00pm. He also anchors the Sunday edition of News Center 7 at Noon.
Sean came to the Miami Valley in May 2017 after spending three-plus years as a reporter and anchor at WVIR-TV, the NBC affiliate in his hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia.
Sean’s work as a reporter began just prior to his graduation in the spring of 2014 from American University in Washington, D.C., where he majored in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science, while also competing four years for the swim team at A.U., serving as team captain his senior year.
Telling detailed, accurate stories that matter to people in the Miami Valley is a passion of Sean’s. His goal as a journalist is to find out how a story he’s covering truly impacts the lives of people in our community.
When he’s not at work, you’ll most likely find Sean trying cheering on his favorite sports teams (the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots) …trying out a local restaurant… or walking his French Bulldog, Dobby.
Sean and his wife live in Beavercreek.
A Dayton Public Schools teacher is being accused of sharing what doctor’s call COVID-19 misinformation in a video posted online that was taken down by YouTube for “violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”
Across the country, millions of Americans are remembering and paying tribute to the lives lost and those forever changed by the 9/11 terrorist attacks. In the Miami Valley, two members of Ohio Task Force 1 remember their work in the aftermath of the attacks 20 years ago.
Colby Mitchell started his lemonade stand this summer and had been turning a profit. The stand had been built by his mother Hannah Mitchell. She noticed how upset Colby was when the stand went missing.
With music blaring, tears at times streaming, and survivors reunited, hundreds gathered along Fifth Street in Dayton’s Oregon District Wednesday evening to mark two years since a gunman claimed nine innocent live.
Andrea Pierron had just closed her eyes. Flying from Orlando to Chicago, en route to Dayton from a week away with her children, she became startled when a flight attendant made an announcement over the United Airlines aircraft’s public address system.
A man is in jail after deputies said he tried to break into a Harrison Township home while four children were inside. According to family members, the kids called 911 and a 15-year-old celebrating his birthday Wednesday chased the suspect away with a samurai sword he recently bought on vacation.