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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.

Wizard of Oz is coming to the big screen, again

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

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

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

Paid parental leave proposed for Lakewood city employees

Cleveland’s first cat cafe opens in Tremont

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

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

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

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

Kent State investigating swastika, feces found in campus building

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

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

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

Brunswick OVI checkpoint deters drunken driving as holiday revelry spikes

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

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

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

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.

12-year-old girl’s stunt pilot dreams go from 0 to 20,000 feet at Cleveland Air Show (video)

12-year-old Evelyn Rombke got the experience of a lifetime when she flew with renowned air show pilot Sean D. Tucker.

Fly through the sky, over Lake Erie on unique zip line tour

Another exciting adventure to do east of Cleveland; zip lining.

Fentanyl exposure a looming danger for police, prison guards

Parma police officer Patrick Cullivan knows first hand what it's like to be exposed to the dangerous drug fentanyl.

‘Infinity Mirrors’ exhibit awes at the Cleveland Museum of Art through September

"Infinity Mirrors" showcases the works of the 89-year-old Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama. The exhibit features seven unique rooms designed as immersive and interactive experiences.