A legal expert suggests the federal case against a former Cleveland Metropolitan School District employee connected to the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol was filed to send a firm message before the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Days after the FBI searched her home; no criminal charges have been filed against a former Cleveland Metropolitan School District occupational therapist suspected of being inside the United States Capitol during last week’s riot.
Months after the City of Cleveland suspended its recycling program, a key city council committee addressed the situation during a meeting with a top city official, and the outside consulting firm brought in the help get the program back up and running.
A senior living facility in Avon said it has expanded its vaccine rollout to include all of its eligible residents after a family member reached out to 19 News, expressing concern that some of the residents were being excluded.
Her kitchen window had multiple bullet holes; she patched the cracked glass together with packing tape in hopes of preventing it from shattering. She said her kitchen and bedroom walls still have several bullet holes in them, some filled with fragments of ammo.
“I am very disappointed that the Ohio Department of Health has determined that law enforcement officers do not qualify for the vaccines provided by the CDC for COVID-19 phase 1A. These front line officers are on the street day and night serving and deserve better."
EMS workers will be among the first to receive the shots. “We are starting with our EMS workers. We have some clinics scheduled with them. I have to say, I’m very happy with that,” Brazile said. “They’ve been exposed since day one.”
Some local bars and the football fans who love them are throwing the penalty flag on Gov. DeWine’s decision to exempt the Browns from his 10 p.m. curfew, while keeping it in effect everywhere else and still mandating an early end to alcohol sales at surrounding businesses.
Two weeks after 83-year-old Katie Brown was murdered inside her Cleveland home during a drive-by shooting, her loved ones are sharing their heartbreak and memories of the woman described as a pillar of strength within her community.