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

  Akron police looking to hire more minorities

  Akron Civic Theatre receives more than $8M in upgrades

  Report by Ohio-based think tank suggests raising state’s minimum wage to $15 would benefit economy

  30 days in jail for former Cuyahoga County corrections officer convicted of 2 criminal charges

University Hospitals doctor says more research needs to be done to determine if Johnson and Johnson Vaccine causes blood clots

  300 East Cleveland residents receive COVID-19 vaccine at Salvation Army’s vaccination clinic

  Great Lakes Brewpub reopens after closing for winter season due to pandemic

  Antioch Baptist Church in Cleveland hosts COVID-19 vaccination clinic

  Meijer to donate $1 million to 19 Urban League chapters, including Cleveland, Akron and Lorain County

  Former Hudson Schools teacher sentenced to 6 months in jail for unlawful sexual conduct with minor

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center opens human trafficking drop-in center

  Cleveland non-profit, DigitalC, wins funding to help provide affordable internet service to low-income households

  Historic Shaw Stadium in East Cleveland has been demolished

  Barberton police officer being called a hero after subduing a man who tried to open plane door

  Gov. DeWine says he’s impressed with the way a Stark County vaccine clinic operates

  Dump truck driver who allegedly struck overhead sign in deadly I-480 accident, fails to show up for court

  Wadsworth man who survived a heart attack shares his journey to getting COVID-19 vaccine

  More than 760,000 Ohioans will be able to get COVID-19 vaccine starting Friday

  Amazon study found 80% of Americans want federal minimum wage to be increased to $15

  Modern DNA testing to be used in 1969 Cleveland cold case

  Fundraiser will be held for Madison restaurant owner who was injured after tree crushed his car

  Bay Village healthcare worker spends free time booking vaccine appointments for others

  Cleveland daycare worker arrested after video shows her hitting children

  Cleveland Clinic doctor reflects on how the pandemic has affected hospital operations

  Driver who killed 7-year-old Hudson boy gets 15 days in jail

  Elyria man severely injured after sledding accident on Hinckley Hill

  Brook Park woman faces jail time for posting one-star Facebook reviews about nursing home

  Medina teen paralyzed after sledding accident on Hinckley Hill

  Parents express concern over East Cleveland City School’s COVID-19 protocols

  Former Avon fire chief pleads no contest to pandering obscenity involving a minor