Good evening, I’m Romona Robinson in the Cleveland 19 newsroom. We’re working on a number of stories for 6 o’clock.
Can you imagine people illegally dumping trash right in front of your home, under the cover of darkness? We’ll show you where and why nothing is being done.
And, delivery from Panera bread and it means jobs for our area.
We hope you’re enjoying your evening and you’ll join Mark and me at 6 p.m.
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