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.
Obrenski said with 37,000 students, 100 buildings, and 5,000 teachers the logistics of starting up cannot be underestimated. She was concerned that the teachers were still without critical information regarding building protocol and operations.
Johnson’s arrest, even as the legal process just begins to play out, certainly, at the least, calls into question the level of service that the ward has received in the 4- plus years since he was elected.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District has released a phased plan to bring students back to school, but the union says there is still much to be done from a safety perspective before members will return.
It can certainly be a frightening moment, but doctors are reassuring patients that swollen lymph nodes found under the arm during mammograms are, in most cases, nothing more than your body building the antibodies to fight the virus.
“The reality during the pandemic is having people elbow to elbow and shoulder to shoulder with a 100,000 or more people at one time isn’t in the cards,” said David Gilbert the CEO of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission and Destination Cleveland.
Montville Police shared the dashcam video that captured an officer deploying the spikes that would end Akron Police’s chase after the man who kidnapped his 70-year-old mother by destroying the left tire.
There has been nothing easy about the COVID pandemic from the moment last March when we first started to experience shutdowns right up until now, almost a year later, when many senior citizens are struggling to find a dose of a much anticipated COVID vaccine.
There have been candid conversations regarding teacher and student health between the district and the union and Obrenski said those conversations have been productive and co-operative and expects that to continue over the next month and a half in the run up to any potential re-opening of schools.
There is certainly, still, more vaccine demand than supply at University Hospitals, according to Chief Operating Officer Dr. Robyn Strosaker, and there does not appear to be a timeline for an end to that supply shortage.
They are flying in from other countries including Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela and travelling from other states, all to Florida and not just for the nice warm temperatures and sandy beaches, but also for the COVID 19 vaccine.
Disbelief seems to be the word that fits best, according to those who live in the same Stow neighborhood as the family of U.S. Army Private Cole Bridges who was arrested this week and charged with conspiring to murder members of the U.S. Military.