Sunny Side Up: What is your favorite place in Cleveland?

The Best of Cleveland event is on Saturday.

  Be prepared to survive the No. 1 haunted house in Ohio

Carnival of Horrors at Blossom Music Center returns for their 15th year in Northeast Ohio

Cleveland councilman camping in ward to highlight need for crime solutions

Councilman Basheer Jones is using hope and tough love to inspire change in his ward and city.

In Case You Missed It on Wake Up Cleveland

Here are some moments you may have missed on Wake Up Cleveland.

Cleveland American Red Cross chapter is already assisting hurricane survivors in Florida

Monetary donations can be made several ways including online.

‘Emotional support squirrel’ delays flight to Cleveland, video shows owner being ejected from plane

A flight on Tuesday from Orlando to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport landed a little later than expected.

Sunny Side Up: Should parents let their kids try alcohol?

“Sunny Side Up” is a daily morning talk show that airs on CBS-Cleveland 19 News featuring Wake Up Cleveland’s Neeha Curtis and Julian Glover.

Parma Heights Police changing up look for cancer awareness campaign

The Parma Heights Police Department is changing up its look for a cancer awareness campaign. Officers will be sporting facial hair and pink patches on their uniforms through the end of year.

Wrong-way driver crashes into 4 cars on Cleveland’s west side

The Cleveland Police Department said a wrong-way driver crashed into four parked cars on Cleveland's west side on Wednesday morning.

Fashion, compassion helping Akron students prepare for real world experiences

Akron Public Schools is tackling academic and economic challenges through it's career closet.

Troopers and police in Stark County conducting 24-hour safety blitz

The Ohio State Highway Patrol along with other law enforcement agencies in Stark County are taking part in a 24-hour traffic safety blitz.

Sunny Side Up: What’s your excuse to watch the Indians game?

The Cleveland Indians play against the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the American League Division Series on Friday.

2-year-old puts more than $1,000 in shredder, parents saved money for football tickets

The mother said her 2-year-old is grounded from using the shredder.

Sunny Side Up: Would you rent your car to a stranger?

“Sunny Side Up” is a daily morning talk show that airs on CBS-Cleveland 19 News featuring Wake Up Cleveland’s Neeha Curtis and Julian Glover.

89 films featured at Chagrin Documentary Film Festival

The festival runs through Sunday.

2 percent of people surveyed say the Cold War was started over climate change

A survey released by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation showed two percent of Americans think the Cold War was started over climate change.

Sunny Side Up: Should phones be banned at live events?

“Sunny Side Up” is a daily morning talk show that airs on CBS-Cleveland 19 News featuring Wake Up Cleveland’s Neeha Curtis and Julian Glover.

Crime Strategies Unit working to keep neighborhoods safe in Northeast Ohio

The Cuyahoga County Prosecutors office leads the Crime Strategies Unit. A network of law enforcement, crime analysts and court systems are working on ways to prevent crimes and prosecute offenders.

Historic church won’t be demolished, being converted into luxury apartments in Tremont

A historic church, in Tremont, has sold its property to a development firm. The former worship space is being converted into apartments.

FirstEnergy Akron Marathon features child superheroes at mile markers

8-year-old Beckett Christy has been selected to be an Akron Children's Superhero during the Akron Marathon, Half Marathon and Marathon Relay.

Neue Auctions to launch in Cleveland

Neue Auctions is Cleveland’s newest full-service auction house with a gallery located inside the Ohio Design Centre.

  Parma Middle Schools add police officers for extra safety for students

Parma Middle Schools is adding police officers for extra safety for students.

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.

Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad takes you through a historic journey through Ohio

A piece of history will chug its way through the area this weekend.

Annual ‘Fathers Walk’: A chance for dads, father figures and schools to step up

Thursday morning, about 15,000 fathers and father figures will be participating in the annual Fathers Walk in Cuyahoga County. More than 150 schools are participating.

Shelter dogs escape Hurricane Florence in Elyria

Several dogs were evacuated to Elyria from South Carolina to make space in animal shelters before Hurricane Florence made landfall.

Case Western Reserve University dental students headlining free clinic event

Case Western Reserve University dental students and residents will be performing free exams and x-rays during it’s free “Admitting Days” event on September 17 and 18. Optional cleanings will be offered at a cost of $25.

3 strategies to protect yourself from identity theft

Every two seconds- someone becomes a victim of identity fraud. October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The Better Business Bureau is taking action with the White House, and the National Cyber Security Alliance to kick off the "Lock Down Your Login" campaign today.

Cleveland Clinic: Infection caused complication in uterus transplant

Cleveland Clinic doctors who performed the first uterus transplant have pinpointed why the transplant was unsuccessful.

Recipient of first uterus transplant has organ removed

Cleveland Clinic doctors who performed the first uterus transplant have suffered a setback.