Vermillion parents outraged after 9 youth football players injured, two severely

On Saturday, in the game between the Vermillion Sailors and the Lorain Clippers -- played at Fairview Park’s high school Stadium -- nine kids on the Sailors' team were injured. Five of the kids went to the hospital. One child had a broken collarbone.

A battle wages between Joyce, Rader for Ohio’s 14th Congressional District

The 14th Congressional District runs from the Pennsylvania and Lake Erie line from the far northeast corner and takes in the first couple of counties and goes down to south of Cleveland north of Akron.

Verizon Wireless customers experiencing service outages in Ohio, across parts of the US

The cellphone service tweeted a statement out Tuesday afternoon regarding the issues, saying there is "an intermittent voice, text and data services interruption.

Pregnant Ohio woman covered in bees returns with another exotic maternity shoot after stillbirth

Mueller said she wanted to turn “herself into a goddess for her maternity shoot.”

See how Cleveland locations are picked for major motion pictures

Mike Wendt is a Production Coordinator with the Film Commission, where he spends his days communicating with film producers and directors, telling them about the location opportunities and financial incentives available in Cleveland.

Cuyahoga County needs poll workers for Election Day

Positions will include both full-time and temporary employment opportunities.

Garfield Heights man indicted for murdering girlfriend’s children

Garfield Heights man indicted for murdering girlfriend's children.

Baker Mayfield looked like a stud in first practice as a starter

Tyrod Taylor was absent from practice on concussion protocol.

Barberton police identify woman found murdered on the side of the road

Barberton police identify woman found murdered on the side of the road.

Cleveland firefighters battle house fire on the city’s East Side

Cleveland firefighters investigate cause of fire on city's East Side.

Teacher says she was fired for giving students zeros as grades

A teacher in Florida believes students should only get credit for work that is completed and handed in.

Company selling mac and cheese flavored candy canes

A new flavor of candy cane is making the rounds for the holidays. Mac & Cheese candy canes are the newest flavor to hit the stores in Seattle.

North Ridgeville students taking promise to make all classmates feel included

Students at North Ridgeville are finding lots of ways to say Hello this week. They’re taking part in the ‘Start with Hello’ initiative. The national movement in an effort to make students feel more included at school.

Driver arrested after allegedly fatally striking woman with car during fight in Cleveland

Investigators learned that a 40-year-old woman was allegedly hit and run over by 32-year-old April Scarton while involved in a physical altercation.

Public Square ranked among the best public spaces in America

The city of Cleveland has another victory under it’s belt.

Activity over Lake Michigan today to blame for Cleveland’s tornado possibilities

A complicated weather situation is unfolding this afternoon, as we are expecting overnight severe storms.

Scientists are creating a better pot leaf to treat ailments and illness. But what’s really inside, and is Ohio ready?

Medical marijuana is now legal in 30 states, with thousands of people turning to it to relieve a variety of maladies. Hemp products are also gaining in popularity and are legal in all 50 states.

‘It went from lovely to hell’: Richmond Heights apartment residents sound alarm after 2 fires in 2 months

Just a few days after a man died from an apartment fire, residents who live in other buildings in the same apartment complex are voicing their concerns about safety.

CW 43 Focus: The power of education and medicine in Cleveland

Each week we feature, educational, governmental or community groups, on CW 43 Focus.

Police increase patrols after violent attacks on Slavic Village elderly

Slavic Village Violence

  Answers for woman who says neighbor was dumping human waste in back yard

A Cleveland woman says her neighbor is a squatter that has been living without electricity for years. As a result, he has been using his house as a latrine.

Cleveland Police back out of moving HQ to former Plain Dealer building

The city of Cleveland has backed out on their attempt to purchase the Plain Dealer building, located at 1801 Superior Ave.

Northeast Ohio high school seniors wait to hear if they will be able to graduate

After contacting the Ohio Department of Education, we found out that students across the state of Ohio can graduate one of three ways.

Geraldo Rivera hosting new Cleveland radio show

Rivera’s show airs weekdays from 9 to 10 a.m. on WTAM 1100

Driving Cleveland Crazy: What’s being done about a dangerous crosswalk in Akron?

Worried neighbors in Akron reached out to Cleveland 19 News about a bus stop that’s lacking a crosswalk.

Channing Tatum’s TV show casting 500 extras in Cleveland area

Lights! Camera! Cleveland!

Armed robbery suspects jump into teen’s car in Akron

Akron police looking for two robbery suspects who jumped into a teen's car.

Deported Ohio mother of 4 reunited with family

A Fairfield mother of four who was deported to Mexico in April 2017 is now back home with her family, attorneys say.

Cleveland police look for teen girl who left home on Saturday

Cleveland police are looking for a missing 13-year-old girl who left her home on Saturday.

Undercover investigators exchanged food stamps for drugs, lap dances at Ohio strip club

Criminal charges were filed against employees and customers on charges including drug trafficking, food stamp trafficking, illegale sexual activity, and aggravated shipment and distribution of heroin.

WTAM 1100 welcomes Geraldo Rivera with morning talk show

The veteran personality is coming back to Cleveland!

Cleveland police officer and Central Catholic football coach shows players the true meaning of ‘Ironman’ after horrific car crash

This high school coach is showing his kids what it takes to push through adversity.

3-car-crash forces stand still traffic on I-480

The crash is backing up traffic for 40 minutes in some stretches

Trail of Hope exhibit opens at Polish American Cultural Center

Poland’s Secretary of State spent most of the week in Cleveland, showcasing a new historical exhibit called the “Trail of Hope.”

Browns linebacker Christian Kirksey gives out backpacks to kids in Cleveland

Cleveland Browns linebacker Christian Kirksey gave out backpacks to kids in Cleveland on Sunday.

Tuskegee Airman turns 100 in Cleveland

A Cleveland airman celebrated his 100th birthday on Saturday.

Walk raises awareness about little known immune deficiency diseases that you could have without knowing it

PI affects a quarter of a million people in the United States.

Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad takes possession of ‘California Zephyr’ rail cars

The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad took possession of four Zephyr railcars that will become part of a fleet carrying and transporting passengers through the Cuyahoga Valley.

Sorry IKEA fans, company shoots down another site in Northeast Ohio

Columbus, Detroit and Pittsburgh all have the super popular Swedish interiors mega store, IKEA.Cleveland still will not.

Someone actually threw out a casket with the garbage in Akron and we know the story behind who picked it up

A simple trip through an Akron neighborhood on Saturday morning began a viral mystery into a casket left in front of a house for trash pick up.