Damon Maloney

Damon Maloney


Cleveland, Ohio

Damon Maloney joined 19 News in December 2016 as a multi-media journalist. In 2019, he was named co-anchor of 19 News This Morning.

Damon is a two-time Emmy winner in the category of live reporting.

This is a return to Ohio. Damon knows Northeast Ohio well from his time working as an anchor and reporter in Youngstown, Ohio.

The Minnesota native started his career in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. His work there earned him two Associated Press awards for coverage of a deadly EF-3 tornado that struck the city of Mena, and a report related to a "mystery shopping" 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, are proud parents of Leo who was born May of 2020.

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

  The Next 400: Cleveland’s housing trends and the impact on generational wealth for African-Americans

  New youth NFL Flag-sanctioned leagues are coming to Northeast Ohio

  The Next 400: Recruiting more African Americans to become organ donors

  Business partners launch ‘2 Days of Christmas Blessings’ to meet needs during pandemic

  The Next 400: Opioid Crisis greatly impacting Cuyahoga County’s Black community, forging new partnerships to curb deaths

‘Dinner and Debate’ event urging people to exercise their voting rights

  Operation Legend draws praise, criticism as law enforcement works to combat steep rise in violent crime

  The Next 400 looks at pros and cons of federal program, Operation Legend

  Funeral arrangements set for beloved Cleveland dentist, activist

  CLE Consulting Firm, law firm team up to gift 200 graduates a free lunch

  Youngstown barber uses off-time to revamp fashion project

  Stark County woman opens new bakery in Louisville amid COVID-19 challenges

  Big Brother Big Sisters of Lorain County adapting to COVID-19 challenges to keep mission going

  Cleveland barber says many barbershops and salons are ready to reopen now

  Youngstown mayor selected for Gov. DeWine’s coronavirus ‘Minority Health Strike Force’

  Youngstown-native treated for COVID-19 while living in New York City recounts emotional journey

  Warren mayor says large vigil to honor murder victim was unacceptable given coronavirus threat

  ‘Fun mail’ helping Columbiana County man find routine during coronavirus response

  Traveling nurse from Carrollton called to North Carolina on ‘crisis contract’ as part of coronavirus response

  3M headquarters displays signs of love, unity during coronavirus pandemic

  Cuyahoga County Executive announces new resources for struggling businesses impacted by coronavirus restrictions

Ohio Legislature approves all-mail primary up to April 28; legislation awaits Governor’s signature

‘The Real Black Friday’ teaming up with Cleveland-area restaurant to deliver 500 meals to seniors and children

  PCs for People connecting more Northeast Ohio families to computers, internet during coronavirus pandemic

  Geauga Co. business, community leaders offering delivery service for essential items

  Cleveland business expert says now is the time for many employers, employees to hit the ‘reset button’

  Mom of young woman killed in Cleveland quadruple murder doesn’t want the case to go cold

  Case Western students preparing for 12-hour dance-a-thon

  UPDATE: Port Clinton Police, Ohio BCI investigating near home of Harley Dilly; dozens of residents gather to support missing boy

  Cleveland mother speaks about son’s murder and a sacred gift from a stranger