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Tyson recalls 69,000 pounds of chicken strips over possible metal contamination

  Meatless ‘Impossible Burger’ is the real deal, we tried it ourselves at CityWorks in Pinecrest

  ADHD patients on amphetamines like Adderall might be at greater risk of psychosis, research finds

Drinking hot tea doubles risk of cancer, study says

’That’s So Cleveland’ bracket: What represents ‘The Land’ the best?

  ODOT: If gas tax passage fails, ‘Dead Man’s Curve’ project will stall out

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Join us for live newscasts at Hofbrauhaus to celebrate Odell Beckham Jr.'s trade to Cleveland

  Cuyahoga County considers regulations to bring e-scooters to Cleveland streets

  Akron task force issues recommendation to avoid another wintry mess

  GM Lordstown workers brace for the unknown as plant winds down production

  Expert provides tips on how to avoid a pileup following massive collision near Hudson

  ‘Walls of Love’ signs disappear across Cleveland, volunteers step up to replace them

  Stories behind the sign: The deadly dangers of not ‘moving over’ for stopped vehicles

The Move Over law requires all drivers to move over one lane or slow down when they see flashing lights on the side of the interstate.

  13 black inventors in addition to Cleveland’s own Garrett Morgan (photos/video)

Staff at the Fatima Family Center set up an exhibit celebrating black inventors during the final days of February.

  Move Over: Why does this law matter?

The story behind the signs airs Thursday night at 6 p.m.

  Cleveland art exhibit attracts star-studded guests for a good cause (photos/video)

The show was a combination of international and Cleveland bred artists displaying what happens when art and the brand collide.

  Paranormal retail store opens up shop in Lakewood

You can become the next mascot for the Akron RubberDucks

  Power outages continue across Northeast Ohio

  Sunny Side Up: Should Youtube do more to monitor kids’ content?

  Company who owns Cleveland parking garage responds to reported rape at the location

You can send Valentines to patients at Children’s hospitals

  Cleveland artist uses pop culture to showcase changing faces of Black History

“I like to call it bridging the gap. You can learn about history and be cultural in the same breath.”

  Sunny Side Up: Which day are you celebrating Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day falls on a weekday this year, meaning couples are planning frantically around work schedules and kids.

  Couple accused of stealing 94-year-old man’s entire life savings has bond set at $5,000

They are accused of only leaving him $5.

  Watch this hilarious video celebrating Jeff Tanchak for National Weather Person’s Day

We dug through the archives to show clips of First Alert Meteorologist Jeff Tanchak this morning on Sunny Side Up.

Sunny Side Up: Should pit bulls be banned?

Parma City Council members recently voted on a resolution to allow residents to decide on a pit bull ban.

  Cleveland 19, Kitchen Saver serving up kitchen makeovers to Northeast Ohio veterans

Cleveland 19 and Kitchen Saver have teamed up to offer makeovers for military veterans.

  Ohio ties to Super Bowl LIII are strong, despite Cleveland Browns’ absence

There are a few familiar faces on the list, along with some that help out behind the scenes.

  Stories behind the sign: A closer look at the deaths on Ohio roads

You've seen the signs on Ohio roadways. As the days go on, they tell us how many people have died in traffic crashes and other road incidents so far that year. Last year, that number reached 1,071--the total number of fatalities in the year 2018.

  NASA’s Glenn Research Center employees to get retroactive pay by Jan. 30 & 31

Employees can expect to receive retroactive pay by Jan. 30 and 31 according to a letter written by NASA's chief human capital officer.

Overnight snow covers roads in Northeast Ohio

The morning commute will be a rough one for many drivers in the area.

Recall alert: Facility distributed over 11,000 pounds of uninspected meat products throughout Ohio

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is recalling approximately 11,392 pounds of various meat products that were distributed without federal inspection.

  Snow-covered roofs pose risks ahead of heavy rain, warming weather

If you're noticing a lot of snow piling up on your roof, you might want to grab a tool to scrape it off. Roofing experts say it could pose big risks to your home, especially as the area prepares for a big warm-up, followed by another potential freeze.

Several flights in and out of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport canceled after Saturday’s storm

Several airlines are waiving fees for travelers wanting to reschedule flights due to the winter storm.

  Recall: Chicken nuggets may contain wood pieces

The company became aware of the situation after three consumer complaints were filed. There are no reports of related illnesses from the apparent contamination.

Several airlines waiving fees for travelers wanting to reschedule flights due to incoming winter storm

Every airline has a different timeline of when you can reschedule a flight.

Family asks for help with funeral expenses for 14-year-old boy who died in Stark County house fire

The 14-year-old boy who died in a Plain Township house fire Monday afternoon has been identified.

  Cleveland native King Chip says being a single father is far more challenging (and important) than being a star rapper

"His coming into the world made me the man I thought I was."

FDA recalls several brands of dry dog food following toxicity reports

The FDA has recalled several brands of dry dog food, and is alerting dog owners and veterinary professionals alike.

  Hot Wheels Monster Trucks drive into Cleveland, return of ‘Big Foot’

Adults can get tickets for $19 and tickets for kids go for $8.

  Stark County mother questions safety of guardrails after her son slid off the road

On Thursday morning his car slid off the road and into Lake Lucern

Wizard of Oz is coming to the big screen, again

Wizard of Oz is celebrating its 80th anniversary

  Ohio Gov.-elect DeWine discusses challenges he expects while in office

Less than a week from taking the oath of office, Ohio Gov.-elect Mike DeWine is sitting down with Cleveland 19 News for a one-on-one interview to preview the issues he faces during his term.

Toyota recalls 1.7M vehicles in N. America to fix air bags

Toyota is recalling 1.7 million vehicles in North America to replace potentially deadly Takata front passenger air bag inflators.

Kelly Dobeck shows conditions of morning commute as winter advisory issued for several counties

This is one of those times where driving conditions will change rapidly as you go in and out of the snow squalls.

  Paid parental leave proposed for Lakewood city employees

The city of Lakewood will consider a policy change that would grant full-time city employees paid paternity leave.

  Cleveland’s first cat cafe opens in Tremont

Patrons poured in to a new cafe in Tremont, called affoGATO, after its mission to help people meet and adopt cats in need of new homes.

Aurobindo Pharma recalls 80 lots of Valsartan Tablets for blood pressure, possible impurity

Patients taking the medication are encouraged to continue using because the health risk may be higher if discontinued without an alternative.

Sheetz will turn your unwanted holiday gift cards into gas, coffee

Sheetz will take unwanted gift cards from customers and exchange them for Sheetz gift cards that can be used for gas, made-to-order food, coffee, smoothies, and more.

  Here’s how to put your Christmas tree to good use after the holiday

'Tis the season to get rid of your Christmas tree. Before you toss it into the garbage, though, you might want to consider recycling.

  7 reasons why jiu-jitsu is a great way to get in shape for your New Year’s resolution

Jiu-jitsu might be the answer to getting in shape in 2019.

  Kent State investigating swastika, feces found in campus building

KSU officials say it’s a case of criminal vandalism.

Here’s how you can get a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts for $1

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is bringing back its “Day of the Dozens” holiday tradition on Dec. 12.

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

The awards ceremony will be held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Feb. 10.

  Newburgh Heights passes student loan payment plan for homebuyers

This starts on Jan. 4.

  Recall expands for potentially toxic dog food

Excess vitamin D in the diet can cause vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst, increased urination, excessive drooling and weight loss. Pet owners whose dogs have been eating the recalled brands and are showing these symptoms should contact their veterinarians.

Hepatitis A cases confirmed in Cleveland more than doubled in 2018

New data from the Cleveland Department of Public Health shows that the number of hepatitis A cases has more than doubled than the previous year.

  ‘It’s devastating for everybody’: Middlefield fire victims, community reeling after deadly blaze

The small town of Middlefield is coping with tragedy on this Thanksgiving Day. A two-year-old girl has died and seven of her family members remain hospitalized, following a fire that broke out at their home.

  2-year-old girl dead, 10 injured in aftermath of tragic Geauga County blaze

A tragic scene is unfolding in Geauga County as Cleveland 19 confirms multiple victims, including children, have been flown via Life-Flight to area hospitals following a house fire.

  Brunswick OVI checkpoint deters drunken driving as holiday revelry spikes

Authorities know all too well the night before Thanksgiving can be very deadly because of drunken drivers.

  Kid experts, ages 6+, test out hottest 2018 Christmas toys (video/photos)

Every year, “The Toy Insider” comes out with the list of the hottest toys for the holiday season, but what do the “experts” -- the kids -- think about these toys?

  'The Toy Insider’ put to the test: Top toys for kids 1 to 4

We put some of the ‘The Toy Insider’s Top Holiday Toys’ to the test with the real experts: Kids ages 1 to 4.

  Turkey Bowl raising big bucks, proving that no one stands alone

9-year-old Collin Nemet is battling cancer. His family is one the beneficiaries of the upcoming Meadows Turkey Bowl in Medina.

Cuyahoga Falls officials raising money for wildfire relief

Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don Walters and Fire Chief Fred Jackson are collecting money to help with relief efforts in California.

  Why did the covers explode off manholes around downtown Cleveland?

Thursday was a busy night for emergency crews, as they worked to put out several fires caused by underground explosions. Those explosions blew the covers off several manholes around downtown Cleveland.

  Veteran father meets life-flight crew who saved his life 13 years ago

It’s never too late for a good story.

View over 50,000 masterpieces from Art Institute of Chicago without leaving your seat

The Art Institute of Chicago created a digital catalogue containing thousands of images of artwork found at the museum.

  Flight of a lifetime: Cleveland veterans revisit wartime past, honor fallen heroes

A Veterans Day journey conjures up inspiring and somber tones among Cleveland's finest men and women.

  Portage County veteran wins new kitchen in Cleveland 19 Military Makeover

It’s not every day you get to pick out new decor for your kitchen, but for David and Dottie Lisicki, it’s happening.

List of events to attend this Veterans Day weekend

It’s a day to pay respects to the fallen and appreciate those that put there lives on the line for us everyday.

  So many people voted in one Ohio county, they had to print more ballots

During Tuesday’s midterm elections, so many people cast ballots, the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections had to print some more and race them to the polling places. A typical midterm election has a voter turnout of about 40 percent. This one topped 54 percent at last count.

  Kids twice as likely to die on Halloween night than any other day, study shows

Halloween night is one of the most dangerous and deadly times of the year for pedestrians.

  Christmas comes early for a boy with cancer

The entire town of stow made sure he got to celebrate Christmas, a little early.

Fire Prevention Week 2018: How to prevent and protect yourself

On average, seven people per day died from home fires in the U.S.

  Company donates driveway after seeing woman’s story on Cleveland 19

There is a happy ending to a story we told you about last week, when a woman called Cleveland 19 News, looking for help with a problem.Sherii Kirks told us a company called Great Lakes Asphalt had given her a quote for a new driveway. She told us she gave them a down payment of $2,000, and they st

  North Ridgeville resident flummoxed over city’s threat to press charges over tree

A North Ridgeville woman says she's getting conflicting messages from the City about a tree in her yard. First, a city worker told her it had to come down, but that the city would pay for it. Now, she's gotten a certified letter in the mail, telling her she has to foot the bill, and threatening her

  Northeast Ohio survival expert breaks down how not to die in the wild

A Northeast Ohio survival expert is sharing his skills for keeping alive in the wilderness.

  Controversy created by teeth-whitening option on school portraits

Some parents around Northeast Ohio say they’re upset about a form sent home with their kids, which offers basic and premium retouching services on their school portraits.

  Famed pilot Sean D. Tucker spending final leg at Cleveland Air Show, giving back along the way

Sean D. Tucker has been living in the skies for the past 30 years, wowing fans and himself along the way.