Cleveland Orchestra to perform ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ score during concert at Blossom

Norton High School cheerleader in coma; moves her hand and arm (video)

People line downtown Cleveland streets for Veterans Day parade honoring those who served

  Shaker Square residents, business owners battle for the boulevard

Jaguar at Akron Zoo euthanized as health worsens following breast cancer diagnosis

New owners hope to re-open Cleveland bakery, continue its mission to help people get jobs

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Trashy situation for Garfield Heights residents: fines and arrest warrants for cans left out too long

Former Cleveland Bishop Richard Lennon remembered through calm, controversy

Northeast Ohio communities release fall leaf collection schedules

  Mother who blames son’s death on addiction to drugs inspires others at 4th annual Recovery Walk and Rally

  Hundreds pay tribute to 22-year-old Conneaut soldier killed in training accident

11-year-old Brunswick trick-or-treater nearly swept off her feet by Northeast Ohio’s Halloween winds (video)

Wadsworth police to help veteran by participating in third-annual ‘No Shave November’ campaign

Wadsworth Police Department to help veteran by participating in "No Shave November."

  Conneaut soldier killed in training accident will be laid to rest this weekend

Sgt. Thomas Cole Walker was killed on Oct. 20.

Funeral plans for Columbia Township firefighter electrocuted at crash scene

Firefighter Brett Wilson came into contact with downed power lines.

Here are the trick or treat times for Halloween 2019 in Northeast Ohio

Halloween falls on a Thursday in 2019, which means trick-or-treating in some Northeast Ohio communities will take place before Oct. 31.

  Friendly Inn Settlement celebrates 145 years of serving Greater Cleveland children and adults

K-9 officer receives special vest thanks to 10-year-old Strongsville boy’s fundraising efforts

Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco named Roberto Clemente Award winner for work in community

J.M. Smucker Co. donates enough food to help 1,000 children for 10 months through Feeding Medina County

Trooper hit by alleged drunken driver visits post for the first time since accident (video)

  Ohio City’s Market After Dark will help the hungry in Cuyahoga County

2-year-old Akron Children’s Hospital patient incorporates medical equipment into Halloween costume

A 2-year-old Northeast Ohio boy battling a long list of medical conditions isn’t going to let that stop him from celebrating Halloween.

Cleveland’s Public Square to transform into interactive life-sized prism display called ‘Prismatica’

Giant prisms are coming to downtown Cleveland this fall.

City of Cleveland to commit $10 million for planting new trees

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson announced plans to commit $1 million annually over the next 10 years to planting new trees throughout the city.

  Woman hula hoops for 5 hours to keep attention on Cleveland’s unsolved quadruple homicide

A Northeast Ohio woman is hoping her unique approach will keep the spotlight on a quadruple homicide that remains unsolved.

Fundraiser benefits the completion of the Cleveland African-American Cultural Garden

For more than 100 years, Cleveland’s Cultural Gardens have celebrated the city’s unique diversity with beautiful green spaces along Martin Luther King Drive.

  Survivors, supporters gather for 18th annual breast cancer awareness walk in downtown Cleveland

Hundreds of people, hopeful to find a cure to breast cancer, gathered in Public Square for this year’s “Making Strides” walk to raise funds and spread awareness.

First-ever playground slated for downtown Cleveland near East 9th Street pier

A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled to mark the start of construction for downtown Cleveland’s first-ever playground.

Hilarious photos: This is what ‘story time’ at an Akron-area library branch looks like

So-called “story time” at the Akron-Summit County Public Library’s Springfield-Lakemore Branch looks FUN!

  Watch elephants smash a 1,300-pound pumpkin at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

The elephants at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo were given a 1,300-pound pumpkin to celebrate opening weekend for the Halloween festivities.

  Twinsburg community gathers to support fatal crash victims and survivors

It’s a fundraiser with games, food, raffles and music, designed to help ease the burden from the accident.

Shanerock Run raises money, awareness for children with pediatric cancer

Every year, the Shanerock Run works to raise money and awareness for children with cancer and their families. On Sunday, close to 1,500 people came to walk, run, and provide support for pediatric cancer patients.

  José Feliciano honored as special guest at Hispanic Convention in Cleveland

Hispanic Clevelanders gathered at Max Hayes High School for this year’s edition of the Hispanic Convention. This year, Grammy-winning guitarist and singer José Feliciano was the featured guest for the event that promotes and celebrates Cleveland’s Hispanic population.

Brunswick Hills police and firefighters collecting donations for family that lost everything in house fire

Firefighters responded to a devastating blaze on Sunday afternoon that spared nothing for a Brunswick Hills family.

  56th annual Grape Jamboree in Geneva is stomped with sunny skies and delicious times

For more than five decades, hundreds trek to the town of Geneva for the delicious festival that celebrates the grape harvest.

  Dedication ceremony held at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse ahead of grand reopening

A special ceremony was held Thursday morning to dedicate an entrance at the newly remodeled Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.

‘Project 400: Our Lived Experience’ narrates slavery and African-American experience in US

The year 2019 marks the 400th anniversary of Africans being brought to America and being made slaves.

Hyundai Hope on Wheels donates $200K to Cleveland hospitals to support pediatric cancer research

The organization is going all in for the month of September, (Childhood cancer awareness month).

  Jewish Federation of Cleveland helps raise millions for those in need here and halfway across the world

So far this year, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland have been able to raise over $15 million that will help alleviate the needs of communities here in Northeast Ohio and the world.

  Esteemed Hispanic leaders in Cleveland discuss importance of the census and immigration on CW 43 Focus

Immigration and the census are two important issues affecting all of us.

Hollywood actress, Yvette Nicole Brown comes home for Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival

Brown returned to the festival on Saturday evening to screen her brand new film, “Always a Bridesmaid.” Brown wrote the script more than 20 years ago.

  ‘You don’t wait on something to come to you, you create that opportunity,’ says ‘Caught in the Act’ creator Kevin Taylor

Five Cleveland area actors get “Caught in the Act” at the Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival (GCUFF).

  14th annual Fathers Walk involving nearly 200 schools coming soon to Cuyahoga County

Fathers get ready. It’s almost time again for the 14th annual Fathers Walk in Cuyahoga County.

Sunflowers starting to bloom at Maria’s Field of Hope in Avon

The organization said only a portion the flowers planted are blooming so far because the field has experienced soil nutrient challenges this year.

Oldest female Jaguar at Akron Zoo diagnosed with breast cancer

Akron Zoo officials announced that their female jaguar named Naom was recently diagnosed with cancer.

  Illegal dumping continues to plague Slavic Village neighborhood

Fighting the war against illegal dumping.

  Cleveland Oktoberfest 2019 celebrates culture while giving back to 50 organizations around the community

Cleveland Oktoberfest is celebrating its 15 years this Labor Day weekend. And although people may see this event as a beer festival, organizers say it’s something much more.

  Cleveland officers building park in memory of fallen policeman Derek Owens

A special memorial is under construction for a Cleveland police officer who was killed in the line of duty 11 years ago.

Beachwood Place’s plans for outdoor theater, food truck lot outside mall unanimously approved

The “Outdoor Connector” is a trail that will connect the mall’s main entrance to the businesses at the corner of Cedar and Richmond roads.

Spotlight shines on Northern Ohio K9s for National Dog Day

Northern Ohio police and fire departments let their K9s take a break from fighting crime and saving lives to pose for quick photos that show these sidekick's softer sides.

  Multiple Cleveland families evicted amid controversy: 19 News Follow-up Files

It was a sad morning on Milverton Avenue as housing court bailiffs authorized the belongings of several families to be carried out and placed on the sidewalk.

  One World Day welcomes immigrants and celebrates diversity in Northeast Ohio

The festival calls for world peace showcased more than 30 gardens, cultural dances, a parade representing multiple countries, and of course, delicious international food.

Mentor Ridge nursing home shares ‘first day of school’ pictures of residents for their senior years

With school back in session, many parents are posting pictures of their kids ready for the first day of school holding a handwritten sign describing them. The nursing home decided to jump on the bandwagon and share these photos of residents holding a sign saying"Another Day Loving Our SENIOR Years!"

Toxic algal bloom shuts down Columbia Road Beach in Bay Village

According to Bay Village Police, people and pets are not allowed to enter the water due to the public health risk.

  Cleveland’s crossing guard shortage has city council ramping up recruitment efforts

Dozens of intersections all over the Cleveland area lack crossing guards, and elected officials aim to change that.

  Rootstown Youth Football catches heat for gun raffle, Trump 2020 flag

In a town about 50 miles southeast of Cleveland, people are buying gun raffle tickets.

Work site accident triggers power outage throughout Tremont; power restored to neighborhood

Electricity has been restored to more than 1,600 FirstEnergy customers in Tremont.

  Citizens urged to serve on Cleveland Community Police Commission to help hold department accountable

It was mandated that officers undergo additional training following a federal consent decree because the Cleveland Division of Police was found to have used excessive force, including deadly force.

  Vendors speak on Confederate flag controversy at Lorain County Fair

For yet another year, Lorain County Fair officials are allowing Confederate flags to be sold during their annual community event.

  Controversy heating up over sale of Confederate flag at Lorain County Fair

“As a veteran. I fought for this country, and as a wounded veteran I bled for this country.”

121st Annual Feast of the Assumption underway in Little Italy

The 121st Annual Feast of the Assumption is underway in Little Italy and runs through the weekend.

  LeBron James Family Foundation unveils new facilities at I PROMISE School in Akron

The new facilities will be rolled out to the media Wednesday afternoon.

Committee approves plans for residential, retail development at former Geauga Lake and SeaWorld sites

The Aurora City Council will have the final say on whether the former Geauga Lake and SeaWorld sites will be developed residentially or commercially.

LeBron James brings ‘Taco Tuesday’ to Cedar Point for LJFF reunion (photos, video)

Hundreds of students and family members attended the LeBron James Family Foundation’s annual “family reunion.”

Brunswick farm tributes Cleveland Browns quarterback with Baker Mayfield corn maze

A farm in Brunswick unveiled this year’s themed corn maze: A tribute to Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield.

  Northeast Ohio rally and vigil for mass shooting victims calls for reform

On Saturday night, dozens of Cuyahoga Falls residents gathered on the lawn outside the First Christian Church, calling for reforms that would reduce gun violence. The rally and vigil followed two deadly shootings, one in El Paso, Texas, and one in Dayton, Ohio, that killed nearly 30 people.

  Susan G. Komen More Than Pink walk in Northeast Ohio raises thousands of dollars to find cure for breast cancer

The More Than Pink Walk is the new signature event for Komen in Northeast Ohio. It’s meant to inspire, educate, and raise money to end breast cancer for good.

8 things you need to know before heading to the North Ridgeville Corn Festival

With the Corn Festival is taking over North Ridgeville this weekend, you can bet the police department prepared the town for the festivities.

  Cleveland Cooks: Refreshed Ohio City Pizzeria making a difference in West Side neighborhood

Ohio City Pizzeria was purchased by the West Side Catholic Center, and now serves as a place for job training and employment for the center's clients.

Prayers from Maria sunflower fields expected to bloom in a few weeks

The Prayers from Maria Children’s Glioma Cancer Foundation said the sunflowers in Avon and Cedar Point are growing strong.

Good Samaritans caught on camera picking up trash on side of Dayton highway while president’s visit closed roads

In the midst of the tragedy that struck Dayton, a couple of Good Samaritans sought to restore some hope to the area with a spur-of-the-moment, random act of kindness.

  Buy school supplies for needy Northeast Ohio students right through your Amazon account: Operation Backpack

For the eighth year Cleveland 19 has partnered with Volunteers of America for Operation Backpack to gather school supplies for families who may not be able to afford them.

  Middleburg Heights church offers up donations to families displaced by Parma Heights apartment blaze

19 News first told you about a fire that killed an elderly woman and forced her neighbors to flee with only the clothes on their backs.

Garfield Heights Municipal Court extending program to help people clear outstanding court cases, fines

The program helps people clear their outstanding fines and regain their driving privileges

Cleveland Division of FBI will host diversity agent recruitment event

The FBI is aiming to increase the number of multi-cultural and female special agents

  What’s the future for marijuana in Cleveland? One councilman’s decriminalization efforts move forward

The ordinance would eliminate fines and prison time for possession of under 200 grams of marijuana.

Operation Backpack 2019

You can build a brighter future for Children by donating to Operation Backpack. A New backpack filled with school supplies empowers every child to succeed. By giving, you can help a child in need in your community reach their full potential, and thrive.

Cedar Point and Operation Backpack

Stop out to Operation Backpack to Donate and you could be randomly selected to receive a Cedar Point Scratch-Off ticket to receive a discount or possibly free admission to Cedar Point or Cedar Point Shores Waterpark.

Josh and Maria Cribbs at Operation Backpack

Stop out to our live broadcast on Thursday 8/1 @ Levin's in North Olmsted to donate new backpacks and school supplies and meet Josh and Maria Cribbs!