Jen Picciano is an Emmy award-winning reporter for WOIO-TV and creator of the restaurant and dining segment Cleveland Cooks.
She is also the author of the food blog Cheftovers.
Picciano is a native of Cleveland, and has spent the last 10 years with CBS 19 as a general assignment field reporter. She is active in the local food scene and has been involved with the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland for several years.
She resides in Mayfield Heights with her husband and her three children.
You can usually find her with a pencil behind her ear and a mic in her hand, or an apron on.
Restaurant owners all over the sitting are hoping to sell off thousands of pounds of corned beef they had ordered and prepped for St. Patrick's Day ahead of the mandatory shut down of restaurant dining rooms.
Just minutes after Governor Mike DeWine told the state during his Sunday press conference that eating and drinking at all restaurants and bars will cease by 9 p.m. Sunday, owners of affected establishments started speaking out.
Millions of Americans who suffer from heartburn, treated it with Zantac and its generic form, Ranitidine. After a voluntary recall, those patients are forced to look elsewhere for treatment, while others are questioning if their long-term use lead to their cancer diagnosis.
Tonight at 11: Millions of heartburn sufferers are now forced to find other ways to deal with their chronic acid reflux, now that a popular medication, Zantac, has been recalled. Many cancer patients are now alleging that their cancers were caused by the drug.