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

  Trick-or-treating will not be allowed in Newburgh Heights due to the pandemic

  Cleveland woman wins Caregiver of the Year award, receives $5,000

  Whirlpool donates washer and dryer to Cleveland charter school because access to clean clothes isn’t available to everyone unfortunately

  Geneva native donates customized safety dividers to students in Geneva Area City Schools

  Sign outside former Ohio City hot dog shop blames millennials for restaurant’s closure

  Final distribution of technology to happen this week for Cleveland Metropolitan School District students

  Lakewood computer shop seeing shortage in laptops as more students switch to online learning

  Masks, distant desks and lots of hand sanitizer: A look inside a Northeast Ohio school during the COVID-19 pandemic

  ’PCs for People’ providing laptops, internet access to low income students in Cuyahoga County

  Berea-based psychotherapist offers advice on how to help kids heal from racial trauma

  Students at Plain Local Schools begin new year with in-person and online learning

  Owner of Euclid-based tent company seeing boost in business during pandemic

  Autism Scholarship Program provides students with autism up to $27,000 for private educational services

  Case Western Reserve University allowing limited number of students to live on campus

  Fairview Park mom utilizes autism scholarship program to help with son’s at-home learning

  Nationwide coin shortage causing issues for Lakewood laundromat owner

  North Royalton students, parents rally for fall school sports

  Solon-based tutoring service sees boost in clients as more parents look to home school kids

  Western Reserve Academy hopes to test for COVID-19 on campus

  Avon mother pushes for in-person classes for students with special needs

  Cleveland doctor: Vaccines down among children since the start of COVID-19 outbreak

Free COVID-19 testing held outside of Iglesia Nueva Vida church in Cleveland

  Cleveland mom delivers thousands of free books to kids so they can read over the summer

Vietnam war vet asks community to send birthday cards to Fairview Park woman turning 100 years old

MetroHealth’s Mobile 3D Mammography making stops at Northeast Ohio Discount Drug Marts

  Guests over the age of 2 required to wear masks when Children’s Museum of Cleveland reopens on Monday

  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