A doctor’s office in Northeast Ohio is at the center of a 19 News investigation after patients have filed complaints with Cuyahoga County, accusing staff of giving patients misleading information on COVID testing.
A representative from the Ohio Association of Public School Employees said they plan to take legal action to stop the layoffs of 200 Willoughby-Eastlake employees, including custodians, maintenance employees, and food service workers.
Israel Tabler was just 11 years old when he was first sent to juvenile detention. He said he was “really just getting in trouble with school” in the beginning. Tabler was first charged with truancy. At 24, he’s just finished a six-year prison sentence as an adult for aggravated robbery.
Sunday night’s intense wind, rain, and hail left damage across Northeast Ohio. In Parma, a massive evergreen tree was uprooted, taking down powerlines with it. At Valley Forge High School, the wind ripped the roof off part of the high school, leaving debris across the lawn.
A Cleveland woman is looking for answers about her broken sidewalk after the City removed a tree on her street, leaving part of the E 128th Street sidewalk cracked and destroyed. Vickey Sanders reached out to 19 News after the City denied her multiple claims.
A historical mural at Timken High School is now partially covered by a black and red school banner. The 195-foot-long mural depicts scenes throughout history, starting with Christopher Columbus up to a celebration of the First Amendment.
Gov. Mike DeWine is placing the blame on weddings and funerals for the rise in COVID-19 cases in Ohio. But LaMalfa event center of Mentor said it’s unfair blame placed on an industry already enduring so much loss.