Steven Hernandez

Steven Hernandez


Cleveland, Ohio

Steven Hernandez is a bilingual multimedia journalist who joined 19 News in July of 2019.

Steven was born in Teaneck, New Jersey but spent most of his childhood in the Dominican Republic. He moved back to New Jersey when he was 12, where he first discovered his passion for journalism after visiting the CBS News headquarters in New York City.

In college, Steven worked as a reporter for WOUB-TV while studying at Ohio University. He also published a story on little league baseball players in Argentina, “The Silver Diamond,” after visiting the city of Buenos Aires. He graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University in 2019.

Now, Steven is a English and Spanish-language reporter for 19 News, as well as the Friday anchor for our digital, Spanish-language broadcast, “Cleveland Al Día.

Steven enjoys watching all sports, from American football to “fútbol,” building computers and playing his guitar.

Recent Articles by Steven

  TSA looks to fill over 40 positions at Cleveland Hopkins Airport as more residents take flight again

  East Cleveland apartment residents face poor conditions, little response from ownership

  FEMA’s covid-19 funeral assistance program in full swing

  Mazzone & Sons Bakery closes after more than 80 years of operation

  Se venden ‘curas’ falsas para el COVID-19; estafadores aprovechan de los temores de la comunidad latina de Lorain

  Socially-distanced Dyngus Day celebrations return at local brewery

  After pandemic setback, Cleveland nail artist plans to open first location in Waterloo Arts District

  MetroHealth COVID-19 vaccination site provides thousands of doses in Maple Heights

  Owner of 3 Cleveland businesses prepares for Friday reopening

  Northeast Ohio residents excited and hesitant as movie theaters begin to reopen

  66% of adults in Cleveland are functionally illiterate: What that means regarding the Covid vaccine

  Trailer belonging to local Boy Scout Troop stolen

  Olmsted Township Police search for vandalizing spree suspects who spray-painted swastika on home

  One year later: Strongsville Giant Eagle continues to protect customers

  Lorain families continue search for missing young adults, call on community for information

  Former Chagrin Falls employee pleads not guilty to embezzling $200,000 in village funds

  Parma City Schools plan for full in-person learning on March 22nd

  Woman stabbed to death in Mount Pleasant neighborhood, suspect arrested

  Residents frustrated with trash pileup in Clark-Fulton neighborhood alleyway

  Mexican community pushes to protect a historic Cleveland landmark from demolition

  Firefighter injured while battling overnight house fire in Cleveland

  Tenants speak out over trash thrown about Bedford Heights apartment complex

  Cleveland Hispanic community receives much-needed vaccines at pop-up location

  Clevelanders stock up on supplies ahead of storm

  Family of murdered Cleveland man offers $2,500 reward to help find perpetrator

  Lorain man seeks city’s help after car crashes into home for fourth time

  Mother killed, father and child injured in East Cleveland shooting

  Parma firefighters reflect on challenging year of working through pandemic

  West Side Market still brings Christmas cheer to Clevelanders despite year full of challenges

  On tame Black Friday, Lorain County braces for Purple Level 4 as COVID-19 cases continue to rise