Police ask for help locating woman with dementia who was removed from a Rocky River nursing home

Rocky River police are asking for the public’s help locating a nursing home patient who they say was removed from a facility Tuesday without authorization.

New London police officer dies after medical emergency while on duty

  Cleveland Public Library’s, ‘And Justice for All’ special honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr airs on CW43, CBS19

A local family is asking for help locating a 17-year-old girl?

One man is dead after a Grafton Township crash involving an SUV and a tractor truck

UPDATE: Medina County Sheriff’s Office: Missing Medina teen found

RTA to close offices inauguration day ‘out of an abundance of caution’

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Who will provide Phase 1B COVID-19 vaccinations in Cuyahoga and Lorain Counties?

Cleveland City Hall to close Friday through Wednesday

Meijer in Seven Hills to hire 300 workers

Berea police are looking for missing 17-year-old boy

Cleveland police: Have you seen this woman?

  2021 Cleveland St. Patrick’s Day Parade canceled as pandemic persists

Cleveland police: Help find missing 14-year-old girl

Cleveland police are asking for the public’s help locating a missing 14-year-old girl.

Mega Millions, Powerball have combined jackpots of more than $1 billion

The Mega Millions drawing is Tuesday and the Powerball drawing is Wednesday.

Here’s how you can register for the COVID-19 vaccine in Medina County

You will not be able to make an appointment until your age group is eligible.

Medina fire department urges fireplace safety after chimney fire damages Montville Township home

The Medina Fire Department is urging the public to take care when using wood burning fireplaces after a chimney fire damaged a Monteville Township home Saturday evening.

  US Postal Service in Northern Ohio delivered less than a third of mail on time the week before Christmas

Family of four displaced by house fire in East Akron

No injuries after third home in Akron’s Kenmore neighborhood burns since Sunday

Founder of digital book platform OverDrive donates $7.5 million to University Hospitals

Cleveland police looking for suspects in break-in at Marathon

Driver on I-271 spots house fire in Summit County

  Ohio EPA: Water in several Northeast Ohio communities contains potentially dangerous chemicals

A statewide initiative to identify chemicals in local drinking water has discovered potentially harmful containments at test sites across the state and in several locations in Northeast Ohio.

Maltz Museum to reopen to public on Jan. 18 with MLK celebration

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Strongsville water main break disrupts water service in southern suburbs

A water main break near the intersection of Drake and Hunts Roads has disrupted water service for customers in some southern suburbs.

Drivers beware: There is high water on Euclid Avenue near the Noble Road intersection

An area of Euclid Avenue near Noble Road flooded Friday night.

Public health alert: Fresh Thyme Farmers Market ravioli contains unmarked allergen

If you bought chicken ravioli at Fresh Thyme Farmers Market recently and are allergic to soy check the package.

  Cleveland has an Abraham Lincoln statue similar to one removed in Boston

It made headlines this week. A statue of President Abraham Lincoln standing over a newly freed slave was removed in downtown Boston and put into storage for now. 19 News did some digging, and we found a similar monument exists here in Cleveland.

  Sleepy snowplow driver crashes into Woodmere TJ Maxx [video]

A snowplow driver fell asleep at the wheel and drove into a TJ Maxx store at the Village Square shopping center in Woodmere Friday morning, according to the Cleveland Jewish News.

Beachwood restaurant temporarily closes due to Covid-19 exposure

According to a statement released Monday, Blu, the Restaurant, will be closed until further notice.

Santa spotting: An Eastlake police officer caught a picture of St. Nick last night

An Eastlake police officer spotted Santa while on patrol last night.

  Nana’s Tribe Foundation scores big for Cleveland family this Christmas by paying grandmother’s mortgage until 2021

Due to COVID-19, this grandmother lost her job and was behind on her mortgage payments and other bills she has for taking care of herself and her autistic grandson, who suffers from seizures. Nana’s Tribe Foundation was able to pay her upcoming mortgage payment.

Babies spending holidays at Cleveland Clinic get festive jammies

Check out these cute pictures of the babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Cleveland Clinic.

Cleveland police look for a missing 15-year-old

Cleveland Division of Police hope the public might be able to help them find a teenager who left a group home in mid-December.

New survey: Average Ohioan starts drinking at 1:38 p.m. on Christmas Day

A new survey of American’s drinking habits shows that many of us start drinking earlier and may drink more over the Christmas holiday than normal.

  Hinckley Police: Father of 3-year-old boy abandoned in cemetery located [update]

A little boy was abandoned at the Hope Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Hinckley around midday on Wednesday.

Akron mayor wants USPS processing facility to reopen

"No citizen of Akron should worry about whether their rent or utility check will be received, whether their prescription or benefit check will arrive, or whether their vote will be counted because of decisions made in Washington, D.C."

New Franklin Fire chief’s wife dies from COVID-19

Therese Leslie was married to Steve Leslie, the chief of the New Franklin fire department.

Free furnace giveaway seeks to help Cleveland Heights resident

Nomination information included.

Moriarty’s Pub closes after 100 years on East 6th Street with an Irish wake

After 100 years, Moriarty’s Irish Pub in downtown Cleveland is closing.

Cleveland K9 trained in drug detection dies unexpectedly Friday

He was assigned to the Cleveland District’s Criminal Patrol Team.

Cleveland police are looking for a missing West Side man

Cleveland police are looking for a missing 63-year-old man.

Northeast Ohio first responders turning away donated baked goods during the holidays due to pandemic

If one of your holiday traditions is to bake treats for first responders, you may need to adjust how you celebrate the season of giving due to COVID-19.

Chronic Wasting Disease detected in wild deer in Wyandot County

A deer taken on private property in Wyandot County had Chronic Wasting Disease, according to a press release from the Ohio Division of Natural Resources.

Woman rescued after being stranded overnight along the river at a Painesville Park

A women was rescued Saturday after falling from the cliffs along the river at a Painesville park and spent the night trapped along the shoreline.

  Share Your Holidays: Buy gifts online to help make someone’s Christmas this season

Every year, Cleveland 19 partners with Northeast Ohio charities for Share Your Holidays.

Bedford K9 dons new ballistic vest donated by Brady’s K9 Fund of Strongsville

A Strongsville boy’s mission to help K9s across the country get ballistic vests for duty is now keeping Bedford Police K9 Nero a bit safer.

City of Stow closes city buildings to the public, citing coronavirus concerns

The City of Stow announced Friday that it will be closing all city buildings to the public because of concerns about the spread of the COVID-19, according to a press release from the city.

Facebook donates $1M to Cleveland Black Futures Fund

Applications will begin to be accepted in early 2021.

RING cam, Aqua Ohio worker and Mentor police nab female porch pirate

Police say the thief stole packages from three different porches.

71-year-old man drowns after wandering away from Westlake rehab center

Westlake police said there were no signs of foul play.

Medina to residents: Your utility bills may arrive late. Your payment can’t be.

Difficulties at the post office have delayed the delivery of utility bills to residents of Medina, according to a press release from Medina’s utility department.Regardless, bills are still due on December 21, according to the city.

More than 50 cats, 10 dogs rescued from Ashland County home

The animals will be ready for adoption after they are healthy.

Southwest General Hospital staff is treating their highest number of COVID-19 patients so far

The changes went into effect on Dec. 8 and will continue until further notice.

Mentor officials ask residents to participate in Operation SCRAM

The program keeps track of individual security systems.

Red Cross helping 3 adults, 4 kids after Akron apartment fire

The cause of the blaze remains under investigation.

Free COVID-19 tests offered in Cleveland thanks to UnitedHealth Group

No appointment is needed.

2 more Northeast Ohio bars close temporarily due to rising COVID-19 cases

One bar is located in Cleveland, the other in Lorain.

Baker Mayfield sports artwork by Avon High School students promoting diversity and inclusion for NFL’s ‘My Cause My Cleats’

The Browns QB's cleats showcase the Avon High School’s Unified Club's artwork for the Special Olympics that was made by students with and without disabilities stating, “Diversity is a fact. Inclusion is an act.”

Need face masks? Medina County residents can get a free box of them next weekend

One free box of 50 non-medical, disposable face masks will be given per household on Saturday, Dec. 12, and Sunday, Dec. 13 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Safety Services Building in Medina.

Painesville: 8 fire departments fight early morning blaze

An unoccupied house in Painesville is likely a complete loss after a fire started in the garage and spread to the main structure in the early morning hours on Friday.

Lead Safe Resource Center opens; Home loans and grants now available for eligible property owners, landlords

Additional information about the application process and Lead Safe Resource Center is included.

Oberlin patrolman loses sledding race to kids; spreads joy during difficult year (video)

Patrolman Nilges challenged the kids to a sledding race at the Parsons Reservoir in Oberlin, Ohio.

Apartment complex catches fire on Cleveland’s East Side

An apartment complex at 896 E. 143 St. caught fire Wednesday morning.

Painesville police looking for missing 19-year-old

Police in Painesville are asking for the public’s help locating a 19-year-old man they say hasn’t been seen since November 25.

  State Fire Marshal rules Mayfield Village car dealership fire was ‘not criminal’

The fire happened at Deacon's Chrysler early Monday morning.

Registered nurse, Dots founder from Northeast Ohio give $42M gift to MetroHealth, largest donation ever

MetroHealth announced today that they received a historic gift from JoAnn and Bob Glick that they will use to reverse health inequalities and bolster community health throughout Great Cleveland, according to a hospital media release.

37-year-old woman dies in 2 car crash in Wayne County

This is the tenth fatal crash in Wayne County in 2020.

  12 vehicles damaged in Mayfield Village car dealership fire

The fire happened at Deacon's Chrysler early Monday morning.

  Cleveland-Heights University-Heights schools say it will cut benefits for teachers who strike

The Cleveland-Heights University-Heights school district decided Monday they will stop paying for healthcare benefits for any of the 500 members of their teachers union who go on strike on December 2.

  Hinckley’s Meadows Turkey Bowl raises more than $400,000 for those battling cancer

COVID-19 did not stop the annual Meadows Turkey bowl, a touch football game that raises money for those fighting cancer.

Lorain church leaders thankful for the little things during Thanksgiving meal drive

This church community recognizes the everyday moments to be thankful for this Thanksgiving after a year-long fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

  Cleveland’s Jordan’s Restaurant provides Thanksgiving meals to 500 people in need

One local family is working to feed at least 500 people in need this Thanksgiving.

  Beachwood Place adds special K9s that sniff out weapons to security plan

Starting this week, specially trained canines who can detect firearms will patrol the shopping center with security officers.

$3,000 tip at Nighttown inspires Stella Artois to double reward for 1 lucky restaurant worker

A bar patron’s gesture at Nighttown on Cleveland’s far East side has turned into a generous giveaway opportunity for beer brewer Stella Artois.

Register now for free COVID-19 testing in Shaker Heights

You must pre-register and nobody under the age of two-months will be tested.

Cleveland child is ‘heartbroken’ after emotional support dog goes missing

A local family is asking for help finding their child’s emotional support dog that went missing Thursday near the intersection of Buckeye and Woodhill roads.

RTA offices to close to the public

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is closing it’s main office on West 6th Street due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

KNR donates 1,000 turkeys during Coats and Cans for Kids Turkey Giveaway at Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank

This event has provided more than 443,000 meals since KNR began this initiative in 2013.

Jackson Township police, fire save deer stuck in a fence

Police said the animal would have died, if not helped by humans.