Damon Maloney

Damon Maloney

Reporter

Cleveland, Ohio

Damon Maloney joined Cleveland 19 News in December of 2016. It’s a return to Ohio where he spent nearly four years anchoring and reporting for the CBS affiliate in Youngstown.

Damon was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota. He started his career in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. His work there earned him two Associated Press awards for coverage of a deadly EF-3 tornado in the city of Mena, Arkansas and a report on a shopping consumer scam.

Damon most recently was an anchor and reporter in Flint, Michigan. His coverage of the Flint Water Crisis contributed to the station earning a regional Edward R. Murrow award and a Michigan Emmy.

Damon and his wife, Lindsay, live in Cleveland. The two met while he was working in Youngstown. She’s an Ohio native, born in Columbia County.

Damon enjoys cooking, road trips and all things arts and entertainment. He graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.


Recent Articles by Damon

  Meals on Wheels stressing communication as extreme heat blankets NE Ohio

  2 boys arrested for shooting at Cleveland police officers during chase

  Cleveland artist designs cleats for some of Major League Baseball’s biggest stars

  Parma residents dealing with tiring, smelly and expensive cleanup after flash flooding

  Check out these popular Cleveland spots for new and returning guests during MLB’s All-Star Week

  Dumpsters set up in Rittman to help residents discard of flood damaged items

  Relentless rains causing damage to homes and businesses in Summit County

Convicted serial killer’s Cleveland case continued, no next court date set

  Metroparks Police release incident report related to double homicide

  Somber memorial honors homicide victims found dead in Metroparks’ Rocky River Reservation

  Gov. DeWine demanding reform to jail inspections in wake of serious problems in Cuyahoga County

  Ohio lawmakers to press GM’s CEO on future of Lordstown Plant today in D.C.

  Committee passes ordinance to allow electric scooters, vote scheduled for Monday

  Free fentanyl test strips being offered to drug users

  Woman hit by car in Cleveland that goes airborne, lands in tree-lined embankment

Brecksville-Broadview Heights City Schools receive 500 emergency buckets filled with life-saving supplies

  Neighbors react to overnight standoff at Montville Township home where a woman was shot, man found dead

  DuPont opening production facility in Stow, holding hiring fair May 17 & 18

Meijer opens three separate stores in Mentor, Stow and Avon

  2 police cruisers struck near E. 99th & St. Clair, driver in custody, man charge with felonious assault

  Uber, Lyft drivers strike days ahead of Uber’s much anticipated IPO

  Experts, students debate whether 2-week notice is necessary when quitting a job in today’s business world

  Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition pushing council to take action on protection efforts

  Cuyahoga County Jail employees appear in court on serious charges

Akron to begin multi-million dollar residential street resurfacing project

Twinsburg police release mugshot of 35-year-old man found with missing Akron teen

Eastlake Police release report related to death of Ricky Adams

  Shooting, police chase that ended at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo started with a fight over social media

  Mother involved in Amber Alert case in Warren says original complaint was ‘a whole bunch of lies’

  Suspect captured after triple shooting that left 2 dead on Cleveland’s West Side