Virus testing strategies, opinions vary widely in US schools

Education and health officials around the country have taken different approaches to testing students and staff members.
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Granholm: Normal service at gas pump likely by late Sunday

The shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline has caused shortages at the pumps throughout the South and emptied stations in the Washington, D.C., area.

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  Cleveland attorney says businesses can ask if you’ve been vaccinated, as Ohioans move forward with the state’s amended health order

  Urban Kutz Barbershop offering walk-in COVID-19 vaccine

Cleveland U.S. Post Office sorting facility loses power

Funny Bus kicks off comedy tours of Cleveland

Cleveland State University hosts graduation ceremony at Progressive Field

Cleveland State University held in-person commencement ceremonies for the first time since 2019.
  • Vaccine

CDC: Schools should require masks until end of school year

The recommendation to continue COVID-19 prevention strategies like the use of face masks and social distancing is aimed at providing safe in-person instruction.

Man dies after Corvette strikes utility pole, stop sign, and garage; Then flips onto another car and catches fire

Two shot on Cleveland’s West Side

3-vehicle crash closes Highland Road in Richmond Heights Friday evening

  Northeast Ohio weather: Warming trend continues through the week

Ohio reports single-day increase of 919 new COVID-19 cases

Missing Adult Alert canceled for 61-year-woman who drove away from Warren home

Community gathers for ‘Unity Against Hate’ rally in downtown Cleveland

Headed to downtown Cleveland? Several roads are closed Saturday morning

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WWII veteran, 95, becomes oldest organ donor in US history

The liver transplant recipient, a woman in her 60s, is doing well.

SPORTS

Wizards beat Cavaliers 120-105, clinch East play-in spot

Investigation finds massage therapist targeted Ohio State football players

According to a press release from Ohio State University, the university became aware in March 2021 that the State Medical Board of Ohio investigated an independent massage therapist who targeted football players by engaging in “inappropriate and exploitative behavior”.

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  Several in custody, 2 injured following back-to-back shootings at Parma Heights shopping center, police say

  Northeast Ohio woman fires back at Ohio State over massage sex ‘scheme’ allegations

Palestinian-Americans protest Middle East violence in Westlake

  Top tourism sites adjust to new CDC guidelines

  Cleveland Mayor says he answers all requests except ones he deems ‘BS’; several emails from 19 News to his office remain unanswered

In a press conference on his decision not to run for a fifth term, Mayor Jackson said he responds to all questions except ones having to do with his family and those he deems BS. 19 Investigates asked if our pile of unanswered emails were not important enough for his response.

  24-year-old Cleveland woman shot and killed in her own living room

  Confusion for small business owners regarding masks

  Cleveland Clinic shipping medical supplies to combat COVID-19 outbreak in India

Akron man pleads guilty in Reed Avenue murder

Akron man found guilty in cold-case rapes