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.
A staffing shortage at the Parma Heights Fire Department has them down to one ambulance squad a shift, and that will have a direct impact on safety in Parma Heights and Parma, according to Parma Heights Fire Union President Jerry Millek.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Cleveland NAACP held a virtual community conversation on mental health issues faced by African American men, including the impact that racism can have on the well being of African American men.
First Year Cleveland, an organization committed to reducing the infant mortality rate of African American babies in Cuyahoga County, is encouraged by the efforts of Cuyahoga County Council to declare racism as a public health crisis.
Marine Sgt. Wolfgang Kyle Weninger was scheduled to graduate from United States Army Airborne training on Friday, but instead, his family is grieving his death after he was killed in a training exercise.
The idea came to Cleveland Heights assistant football coach, Kahari Hicks, as he considered, he said, a way to try and bring to young athletes a better understanding of what it is that makes us similar rather than what tears us apart.
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Sandusky’s historic State Theatre, built in 1928 as a Vaudeville House, was ripped apart during Wednesday night’s thunderstorm as the roof was peeled back and bricks from the theatre’s exterior were sent tumbling onto downtown streets.
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A Cleveland area business leader is blasting city leadership, specifically Mayor Frank Jackson and Cleveland City Council leaders, after a peaceful protest, he says, was hijacked by those interested only in chaos.
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Zach Bruell wanted to get his restaurants back open but he only wanted to do that if he could make his staff and his guests feel as comfortable as possible, and to make that happen he partnered with the Cleveland Clinic.
Classroom Antics, a Cleveland based company, that normally offers in person, STEM based summer camps, in multiple Ohio locations and in Detroit, found, due to Covid-19, that they would not be able to offer their various camps ranging from Lego Robotics to Minecraft Coding.
Stacey Unsinger had not felt well for a couple of days, but in just moments she knew there was something terribly wrong as she felt it getting uncomfortable to breath and realized she had developed a fever.
The Federal Trade Commission is warning people who recently received or are waiting for their federal stimulus checks to be aware of the criminal element trying to steal either your money or your personal information.