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

  Brewster Police Department using new restraint device that wraps up suspects

  Governor DeWine lays out security plan for expected inauguration protests

  Ohio Board of Education member speaks out about why she attended ‘Stop the Steal’ rally

  Wife of Northeast Ohio ER nurse asks NFL to send husband to Super Bowl

  Seven years later: family of slain Cleveland Clinic employee still searching for answers

  Residents at Bedford apartment complex worried about their safety, claim landlords neglect property

  Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost tests positive for COVID-19

  Therapy dog stolen from 14-year-old Cleveland girl

  Former Cleveland police officer avoids jail time for vicious assault on his child’s mother

  Chagrin Falls-based executive coaching firm sees boost in business due to pandemic

  ‘Quarantine Buddy’ website aims to virtually connect people, fight loneliness during pandemic

  CVS set to vaccinate 200,000 Ohioans living in long-term care facilities

  You can still visit ‘A Christmas Story’ House in Tremont, but expect some changes due to pandemic

  New app gives employees safe way to report workplace harassment

  MetroHealth launching rapid COVID-19 testing program for essential public service workers

  ‘I feel really scared for my well-being’: Resident at Akron halfway house concerned by facility’s COVID-19 protocols

  Cybersecurity experts warn millions of smart devices are vulnerable to hacking

  Taylor Swift makes donation to Twinsburg food bank after local family uses song in light display

  Parma City Council president’s 100th marathon will benefit local food pantry

  Tuscarawas Health Department battling COVID-19 with limited staff and resources

  Holiday travel continues despite pandemic

  Around 140,000 plan to travel through Cleveland Hopkins International Airport this week despite health risks

  Grandmother of young girl who was shot in the head speaks out about gun violence in Northeast Ohio

  Ohio has high rates of lung cancer, low rates of survival; Black community affected the most

  Twinsburg City School District blames Halloween house party for spike in COVID-19 cases at high school

  University Hospitals will begin clinical trial aimed at helping COVID-19 patients recover quicker

  $2 million bond set for Stark County man charged with shooting, killing woman in her driveway

  East Cleveland woman frustrated with broken streetlights in neighborhood after driver crashed into pole

  Voting lines emerge early at Cuyahoga County Board of Elections

  Painesville City Schools superintendent explains why he let students return to in-person learning