Native Clevelander Brian Duffy is thrilled to be doing what he loves in the city that he loves.
"It's a dream come true to work in the city that I love," he says.
Brian, an Emmy Award winner, is the co-anchor of Cleveland 19 News This Morning. He began his career in the sports department where he’s worked as a reporter and anchor and as the host of Cleveland 19’s Cleveland Browns coverage on Tailgate 19 and The 5th Quarter. Brian also hosted the Cleveland Cavaliers pre-game and post games shows on CLE43.
Brian began his career in Erie, PA where he was the Sports Director at WJET-TV before he made the move to Cleveland in 1999. He was honored with five AP "Best Sportscast" awards.
Born in Euclid and raised in Mayfield Heights, Brian graduated from St. Joseph High School, where he earned several letters in football and basketball. He carried his enthusiasm for sports with him to college at Edinboro University, where he received a B.A. in Communication. In college, he earned three letters in basketball, and ultimately became team captain for the Edinboro Fighting Scots. The Fighting Scots advanced to the NCAA Division II National Tournament during his senior year.
Dr. Nicole Baldwin, a Cincinnati pediatrician, says her growing concern about what she called misleading anti-vaccine social media posts led her to publish an upbeat message about the benefits of childhood vaccinations.
It is a highly competitive and highly regulated industry, and Ohio’s medical marijuana program is now one year old with just about 80,000 Ohioans registered as eligible to purchase marijuana for medical purposes.
If you’ve seen a text message from a major retailer pop up on your phone or an email that offers you big rewards or gifts for shopping with a specific retailer during the holiday season, don’t buy in, don’t click on the link it is more than likely part of a scam.
The American Cancer Society reports that for the 28th consecutive year the number of deaths due to cancer has decreased, but the really exciting news is the number of deaths, year to year, decreased by record levels.
Rosemont Country Club in Fairlawn has closed its doors for good, and that closure has created a major headache for Brenna McGovern and Emanuel Parks, who put down a $1,000 deposit at the club for their October reception.
It has been an inconvenience since the summer, and the hope was the West 45th Street exit ramp from the eastbound Shoreway would be open by the 1st of the year, but construction delays will push that opening back until the end of January.
The good news from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health is that the county is not seeing many cases of the flu at this time, but according to what we have seen over the past five years, there is a good chance that is about to change.
Dominion Energy Ohio is warning consumers that scammers are targeting customers who are anticipating a credit from the energy company. It’s a phone scam that falsely claims Dominion needs some personal information to process the credit.
Leonard Miller was in his Perry Township home, when he heard someone screaming and then pounding on his front door. Miller’s neighbor, a 13-year-old girl, told him her 10-year-old sister was being attacked by the family pit bull.
Many long time smokers believe that, since they have been smoking for years, that there is not an actual health benefit to quitting, but a study recently published in the American Heart Journal tells a different story.
Officials from the Ohio Department of Transportation were in North Ridgeville on Tuesday night to give an update and to try and answer questions from the community on the status of the Center Ridge Road construction project.