Denise Zarrella brings a wide range of news experience to our team. After her work as an associate producer for CNN and an Emmy Award-winning reporter for TBS's "Interact America," she turned her attention to local news. Denise began her reporting career as the weekend anchor and weekday reporter for WBBJ-TV in Jackson, Tenn. From there, she went on to hold the same positions at WCIA-TV in Champaign, Ill. Before coming to Cleveland, Denise worked as a reporter and weekend morning anchor for WBRE-TV in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. She is a graduate of Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pa., where she majored in Political Science and English. She might have spent a lot of time in Pennsylvania in the past, but Denise says that she has quickly transformed herself into a Cleveland girl, proud to call Ohio home. She enjoys traveling, catching the latest movies and spending time with friends. She lives on the west side with her husband Tony, daughter Gianna, son Anthony, and two dogs.
A gift shop in Independence has something for everyone on your holiday shopping list, but the best part of shopping at the “Artful 21,” is the fact that every item you buy helps to keep a person with Down syndrome employed.
Christina Defelice said she was devastated when she heard the news that General Motors was, in their words “un-allocating” four U.S. plants and eliminating 15 percent of their salaried workforce throughout their company.
Fifteen hours after the initial calls about a fire on Longwood Avenue in Mayfield Heights came in, investigators remained on the scene. In the late afternoon hours, police were seen carrying paper bags out of the next door neighbor’s home and loading them into the back of a vehicle.
The radio on the truck that Cleveland City Sanitation employee D’Shane Wilcox was working out of when he was shot and killed near the intersection of East 138th Street and Lambert Avenue was not functioning, according to Vincent Callahan, of Local 1099.