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  • Spot the Signs Cleveland Now with Luna Living Recovery

    Spot the Signs Cleveland Now with Luna Living Recovery

    Spot The Signs with Wendy Komac from Luna Living Recovery.  Opioid Addiction is running rampant in Northeast Ohio. It is like the silent assassin.  You can be quite successful and still have an opioid addiction.  If you want to make a change Luna Living can help before you hit rock bottom. Our program is designed to help people sooner in the process.  LUNALIVING.ORG

    Spot The Signs with Wendy Komac from Luna Living Recovery.  Opioid Addiction is running rampant in Northeast Ohio. It is like the silent assassin.  You can be quite successful and still have an opioid addiction.  If you want to make a change Luna Living can help before you hit rock bottom. Our program is designed to help people sooner in the process.  LUNALIVING.ORG

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  • Spot The Signs Cleveland Now with Smolic Tire

    Spot The Signs Cleveland Now with Smolic Tire

    Carrie Springob, from Smolic Tire, joins Mark Nolan to discuss the opioid epidemic.  It takes one simple medical procedure to end up in a pitfall you never saw coming.  You don't realize how quick it spirals out of control and then you're out of control.  Smolic Tire teams up with Cleveland 19 for Spot The Signs!  

    Carrie Springob, from Smolic Tire, joins Mark Nolan to discuss the opioid epidemic.  It takes one simple medical procedure to end up in a pitfall you never saw coming.  You don't realize how quick it spirals out of control and then you're out of control.  Smolic Tire teams up with Cleveland 19 for Spot The Signs!  

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  • FREE Queso at Moe's all day

    FREE Queso at Moe's all day

    Thursday, September 21 2017 12:15 PM EDT2017-09-21 16:15:14 GMT
    Free Queso Day at Moe's. (Source: Facebook)Free Queso Day at Moe's. (Source: Facebook)

    If you like free food, then today is your lucky day.  

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    If you like free food, then today is your lucky day.  

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  • Cleveland Zoo welcomes new gorillas to exhibit

    Cleveland Zoo welcomes new gorillas to exhibit

    Thursday, September 21 2017 9:04 AM EDT2017-09-21 13:04:28 GMT
    Cleveland Metroparks Zoo welcomes two new female gorillas. (Source: Cleveland Metroparks Zoo)Cleveland Metroparks Zoo welcomes two new female gorillas. (Source: Cleveland Metroparks Zoo)

    A pair of gorillas now make their home at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. The zoo is welcoming two new female gorillas ahead of World Gorilla Day, Sept. 24. "Fredrika" (or Freddy) is 43-year-old from Zoo Miami in Miami, FL and 26-year-old and "Kebi Moya" (or Kebi) comes to Cleveland from the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Powell, OH. 

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    A pair of gorillas now make their home at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. The zoo is welcoming two new female gorillas ahead of World Gorilla Day, Sept. 24. "Fredrika" (or Freddy) is 43-year-old from Zoo Miami in Miami, FL and 26-year-old and "Kebi Moya" (or Kebi) comes to Cleveland from the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Powell, OH. 

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  • Data breach: Medical Mutual employee sends private information for thousands to wrong email

    Data breach: Medical Mutual employee sends private information for thousands to wrong email

    Wednesday, September 20 2017 7:31 PM EDT2017-09-20 23:31:07 GMT
    Medical Mutual of Ohio headquarters in downtown Cleveland (Source: Facebook)Medical Mutual of Ohio headquarters in downtown Cleveland (Source: Facebook)

    Medical Mutual of Ohio has confirmed that an employee sent 45 emails to the wrong person containing personal information for more than 6,000 of its Medicare Advantage customers.  According to a spokesperson for Med Mutual, based in Cleveland, this was an accident because the employee typed in an incorrect email address and the data was going to a third party that didn't have authorization to be looking at private information.  

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    Medical Mutual of Ohio has confirmed that an employee sent 45 emails to the wrong person containing personal information for more than 6,000 of its Medicare Advantage customers.  According to a spokesperson for Med Mutual, based in Cleveland, this was an accident because the employee typed in an incorrect email address and the data was going to a third party that didn't have authorization to be looking at private information.  

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