Alan Cohn joined Cleveland 19 as a Multi-Media Journalist in January 2019.
Cohn is the recipient of the 2007 George Foster Peabody Award, one of journalism's highest honors, for uncovering that defective parts were being installed on Black Hawk helicopters built by Stratford-based Sikorsky Aircraft.
For over 30-years, Alan has been speaking truth to power. Whether its taking on corporations making defective equipment for the military, exposing criminals, and corrupt politicians, crusading for consumer rights, and standing up for veterans, Alan Cohn earned the reputation as one of the most respected and investigative reporters in the nation.
Few 25-year anniversaries of a film are greeted with a packed parking lot of fans. But that's what happened at the silver anniversary celebration of 'The Shawshank Redemption' at the site where the movie was filmed, at the old Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio.
As 19 News discovered, the reality is while skin and tissue donations are used to treat patients with all sorts of devasting injuries from burns to accident victims, they’re also used for something else. Cosmetic research.
As 19 News discovered, the reality is while skin and tissue donations are used to treat patients with all sorts of devastating injuries from burns to accident victims, they’re also used for something else.
Kwame Ajamu and two other men have waited years and still haven't received for Cleveland Police to turn over documents from a public records request revealing why they became the suspects in a 1975 murder.