Tiarra Braddock

MMJ/Reporter

Cleveland, Ohio

Tiarra Braddock joined 19 News in January of 2020. Before coming to Cleveland, Tiarra was a reporter at WJET 24 News in Erie, PA.

Tiarra was the court beat reporter and she covered high-profile murder trials and cases that happened in Erie County.

Tiarra also covered the devastating Erie daycare fire that killed five young children in 2019. Multiple laws regarding smoke detectors and day cares were created after news coverage of that fire.

Before making her way to Erie, Tiarra spent time in Flint and Saginaw as a reporter covering the Flint Water Crisis and other news in Mid-Michigan.

Tiarra hails from the Ann Arbor, Michigan area and is a proud graduate of Ithaca College.


Recent Articles by Tiarra

  Lakewood community pools now open to residents only

  Ohio drivers no longer required to have front license plates

  Group of teens helping rehabilitate 2 abandoned homes in Cleveland

  Community members working on ways to preserve Black Lives Matter mural in Cleveland

  4 years in prison for Cleveland man who killed his girlfriend while ‘popping off rounds’ on New Years

  ‘Feed the Soul’ organization provides free food to hundreds of families in Cleveland

  Face masks on Lakewood ‘giving tree’ are being given away for free

  Owner of Parma staffing agency says it’s been hard finding people to fill jobs

  Body cam footage released in controversial Put-in-Bay arrests

  Cleveland driver sentenced to 25 years in prison for being high on PCP when he killed a woman

  Akron City Council outlaws police chokeholds, require officers to hold each other accountable

  ODOT urging drivers to move over and slow down for road workers

  Northeast Ohio glass repair company sees spike in customers following destructive demonstrations

  COVID-19 survivor delivered chocolate to his nurses at UH Portage Medical Center

  Cleveland Teachers Union express concerns about returning to in-person classes next fall

  Hundreds of autoworkers return to work in Avon Lake

  Northeast Ohio bus companies part of ‘rolling rally’ that took over Washington, DC streets

  Cleveland city officials hold meeting to discuss why recycled items are going to the landfill

  Cleveland Clinic: Child vaccine rates dropping amid COVID-19 pandemic

  Cleveland police release body camera video of officers breaking up house party that defied Gov. DeWine’s orders

  Oberlin-based company donates 400 orchids to nurses at UH Parma Medical Center

  Owner of Cyclebar in Beachwood is installing new air purification system to keep clients safe after reopening

  2 businesswomen helping dentists around Northeast Ohio get PPE

  Home Instead Senior Care in Oakwood Village hosts drive-thru breakfast to honor care givers

CMSD CEO urging feds for $200 billion in COVID-19 relief

  Coronavirus pandemic forced Ohio residents to vote by mail for state’s primary election

  Brook Park company sanitizes first responders’ masks for free during COVID-19 pandemic

  With volunteers in short supply, nurse steps up to help Cleveland Food Bank

  Westlake-based technology company creates patches that will track health care workers’ temperatures

  Rite Aid opens self-swab testing site for coronavirus in Parma