Julia Tullos

Julia Tullos

Assignment Desk Manager

Cleveland, Ohio

Julia Tullos grew up on Cleveland's West Side in Fairview Park and has been working in television news since 1993.

She started her career at WXIX in Cincinnati, Ohio as a writer and production assistant, before moving on to show producing and working the assignment desk.

Julia then moved to WKRC in Cincinnati, Ohio as the Assignment Manger and worked there until 2005, when she returned home to Cleveland to work at WOIO.

She is currently the dayside Assignment Manager and is also a digital content producer.

While at WKRC, Julia was accepted into the Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg, Florida for leadership training.

Julia is a graduate of The Ohio State University, where she majored in broadcast journalism and has a minor in French.

She spent one semester abroad studying at the University of Burgundy in Dijon, France.

She is also a proud graduate of Magnificat High School in Rocky River and continues to live on the city's West Side.

Julia says her teenaged son, tween daughter and Boxer Rebel keep her busy!

Recent Articles by Julia

Northeast Ohio animal welfare organizations helping pet owners during coronavirus pandemic

3 COVID-19 deaths in Summit County, health officials say

$100,000 bond for mom of newborn baby found in trash can at Hiram College

Republic Services make changes to garbage collection during COVID-19 pandemic

  Cleveland carjacker sentenced to 5 years in prison

North Olmsted serial purse snatcher arrested hours after officers released him due to COVID-19 crisis, police say

Owner of Joe’s Deli in Rocky River hospitalized for COVID-19

Akron Public Schools distributed 22,400 meals Thursday

Mom of newborn baby found in trash can at Hiram College indicted for aggravated murder

Newborn baby found in trash can at Hiram College, was alive at birth, police say

Summit County hospitals need life saving medical supplies

Elderly women shopping for essentials have purses stolen in North Olmsted

2020 Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon turned into a virtual event due to COVID-19 pandemic

North Olmsted residents spreading cheer using rainbows

Sheetz employees working during the COVID-19 crisis get a raise

Starbucks giving free coffee to all first responders and frontline workers until May 3

Barberton police looking for missing 15-year-old girl

  Kent firefighter/paramedic recovers from COVID-19, health officials say

Cleveland Orchestra concerts and activities cancelled through May

COVID-19 pandemic could cost the Greater Cleveland Food Bank an additional $170,000 per week, officials say

ODNR closing cabins, campgrounds, golf courses, restrooms, playgrounds and marinas during coronavirus pandemic

List: Coronavirus forcing retailers to temporarily close or change hours

Meals on Wheels delivering 2 weeks worth of meals to seniors during coronavirus pandemic

Cleveland police officer indicted on charges of felonious assault and abduction

DiBella’s Subs offering 50% off orders for workers on the front line

RTA suspends Park-n-Ride and Downtown trolley services due to ‘stay-at-home’ order

17 total Cleveland residents test positive for coronavirus; new patients in their 20s-70s

Northeast Ohio hospitals impose stricter visitor policies due to coronavirus pandemic

Lakewood brewery gets approval to make hand sanitizer, $25 a gallon

  Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact unemployment in Ohio