Jonathan Jankowski

Jonathan Jankowski joined the Cleveland 19 News team in November of 2016. He worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor at KHGI-TV in Kearney, Nebraska and as an Assignment Editor at WOWK-TV in Charleston, West Virginia before joining Cleveland 19. Born and raised in the suburbs of West Philadelphia Jon realized he wanted to pursue a career in news while working at TETV at Conestoga High School. Northeast Ohio is not new to Jonathan, he graduated from Kent State University in 2013. While at KSU Jonathan was the Sports Director of TV2 for two years. He also interned at WFMZ in Reading, Pa. Jonathan believes everyone has a story to tell, if you have a story idea for him send him an email!

Recent Articles by Jonathan

  Crews demolish house Alianna DeFreeze was killed in

Willoughby Police charge dog owners after dog was found in freezing cold

Dog found in dumpster, Richland County Humane Society looking for owner

Sunny Side Up: Regifting, have you ever given your present to someone else?

Akron man accused of choking his father and taking his dad’s wallet

Crash on Interstate 90 cleared, caused headaches on several highways this morning

Browns beat Panthers 26-20, keeping playoff hopes alive

Kareem Hunt enters alcohol and anger management counseling, according to report

Bedford house a total loss after Sunday morning fire

Tailgate 19: Is Nick Chubb better than Christian McCaffrey?

Cleveland police investigating fatal shooting from Saturday in Union-Miles neighborhood

North Ridgeville Police investigating report of attempted abduction of a 3rd grade student

Carolina sports reporter shares how the Cleveland Browns can beat the Panthers

Elon Musk shows possible interest in taking over Lordstown Plant for Tesla

Dog found in freezing cold, Willoughby Police looking for owner

Former Cleveland Indians infielder dies in car crash

Lane reopens after crash on Interstate 90 westbound

Grammy nominees announced, Kendrick Lamar up for 8 awards (list)

CMSD security guard charged with rape has bond set at $250,000

Bond remains at $5 million for man charged in deadly arson in Mayfield Heights