Sunny Side Up: Should pit bulls be banned?

Sunny Side Up: Should pit bulls be banned?

PARMA, OH (WOIO) - “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.

On Tuesday’s edition of “Sunny Side Up”:

Chatting Live on Sunny Side Up: Should pitbulls be banned? Parma residents will be able to vote May 7 on the potential ban.

Posted by Cleveland 19 News on Tuesday, February 5, 2019

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

The measures will appear on the ballot on May 7.

Bringing us to the question of the day:

Should pitbulls be banned?

Today on Sunny Side, we spoke to Lisa Wong from OCA of Greater Cleveland.

It’s Chinese New Year. The Lunar New Year follows the lunar calendar, so the date is based on the movement of the moon.

In China, each lunar cycle has 60 years and 12 years is regarded as a small cycle. Each of the 12 years is defined by an animal sign. 2019 is the Year of the Pig.

If you want to experience the celebration, check out the events happening in the Cleveland area. Here’s a link to the OCA OF Greater Cleveland.

We also talked to David Gilbert, CEO of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission.

Tomorrow is the 19th annual Greater Cleveland Sports Awards. ESPN’s Hannah Storm will help celebrate a year of athletic achievements in Northeast Ohio from high school stars to professional athletes.

There is a Golden Ticket drawn at the event, and the winner will get an exclusive opportunity for fans to experience a total of 130 Cleveland sports games.

The winner will also have the opportunity to purchase tickets to the 2019 MLB All-Star Game. Tickets for the event are still available here.

“Sunny Side Up” airs on CBS and is streamed each weekday morning at 9 a.m. on the Cleveland 19 News Facebook page, Cleveland, and on the Amazon Fire and Roku channels.

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