19 News speaks to attorney filing OSU sexual abuse lawsuit

Attorney Michael Wright is now going after Ohio State University on behalf of his clients who are former athletes.

  Northeast Ohio weather: Warmer Sunday with storms late

  Neighbors clean up Slavic Village as part of ‘Homecoming Weekend’ celebration

Alcohol suspected in crash that killed man riding in a truck bed

Garfield Heights missing autistic juvenile found safe

War of Will wins Preakness, holds off riderless horse

Two Toledo pastors sentenced for child sex trafficking, third awaiting sentence

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Saturday is National Learn to Swim Day

  Eat well, exercise more: New guidelines to reduce risk of dementia

Indiana business recalling 1,767 pounds of salad with chicken products

  Akron motorcycle officer speaks for first time since being struck by suspected drunken driver

  Madison Township man charged with viewing, distributing child porn in Northeast Ohio parks

  Special Olympics in Lorain County, rain or shine

  Tornado Alley moving east and taking aim at Ohio

Years of research shows that the number of tornadoes are increasing south and east of the traditional tornado alley.

  Nurse pleads not guilty to stealing drugs from patients at Lakewood nursing home

Lakewood nurse accused of stealing drugs from patients pleads not guilty.

  Avon Lake hit skip suspect captured, car found and victim hospitalized

A good Samaritan’s call and some detective work found the car seen in surveillance video.

  Solon police become life-saving medics as suspect slips into drug-induced coma after high-speed chase (video)

A male suspect had to be administered Narcan following a high-speed chase of a stolen minivan by Solon Police Thursday evening.

Avon police looking to identify man involved in car theft

Ohio officials investigating first possible case of measles in state

Sandusky in the works of building 12-mile boardwalk, bike path that spans city’s waterfront

JCPS says school bus driver did not intentionally pull away from student

PA school district responds after being questioned about using Arab-like costume during active shooter drill

Explaining HB 6, Ohio’s Clean Air Program

Sandusky voted Best Coastal Small Town by USA Today

Lake Erie's Waterfront Destination earned the top spot for coastal small towns that “offer uncrowded, unpretentious and affordable seaside fun in small packages.”

Akron woman pleads guilty to stabbing her boyfriend to death

Akron woman pleads guilty to stabbing her boyfriend to death and hiding the murder weapon.

  21-year-old driver suspected of hitting cyclist before fleeing scene arrested by Avon Lake police

Avon Lake police have taken a 21-year-old female into custody in connection to the hit-and-run crash involving a cyclist in Avon Lake.

  19 First Alert Storm Team forecasts Summer 2019

The 19 First Alert Weather Team took a deep dive into the models to see how hot it will be to how much severe weather we can expect.

Ristorante Chinato on East 4th Street closing after failing to reach agreement with landlord

A popular restaurant in downtown Cleveland will soon be serving its final meal.

Akron armed suspects at large after leading home invasion victims in foot chase before robbing them

The Akron Police Department is searching for two aggravated burglary and robbery suspects that robbed two victims, injuring one of them.

  House approves sweeping bill to expand gay rights

Dubbed the Equality Act, the bill is a top priority of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who said it will bring the nation "closer to equal liberty and justice for all."

  Akron surveillance video shows gunmen walking through woman’s house while she’s home

The Akron Police Department is searching for two suspects in an aggravated burglary and robbery that occurred in the 200 block of Noble Avenue around 9 a.m. on Thursday.

‘Shocking’: Ohio State doc abused 177, officials were aware

Dr. Richard Strauss groped or ogled young men while treating athletes from at least 16 sports and working at the student health center and his off-campus clinic, investigators from a law firm hired by the university found.

6 men sent to prison for trafficking hundreds of pounds of methamphetamine throughout Northeast Ohio

Six Akron man were sentenced to federal prison for selling over 200 pounds of methamphetamine in Northeast Ohio.

Man pleads guilty to leading Akron police on a chase and causing a deadly crash

Youngstown man driving a stolen car pleads guilty to causing a deadly crash.

Undercover sting targets sex predators in Northeast Ohio, 16 men arrested

“This trap will be laid time and time again until the message reverberates – don’t buy sex in Ohio,” said Attorney General Dave Yost.

Police: 4 people shot in neighborhood on Cleveland’s East side

Cleveland police are investigating a shooting on the city’s East side that left four people hospitalized.

2 shot during ‘disturbance’ at Liberty Tavern, Painesville police investigating

The incident remains under investigation.

Ohio city warns against dumping lawn clippings into the roadway, mayor calls it a safety issue

Remember to check your city ordinances before disposing of yard waste.

Roundup weedkiller woes: What kinds of pesticides are our schools spraying?

The debate over the safety of Roundup weedkiller continues after a jury ordered Bayer to pay more than $2 billion in damages to a California couple that claimed they got cancer from using the weedkiller for years.

Akron officer struck by drunk driver speaks out

19 News will live stream the event.

Orange Village police rescue newly hatched ducklings from sewer

A story with a happy ending!

34th Annual Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society Commemoration parade Friday

19 News will stream the event live.

  Sunny Side Up: Parents bullying the bullies?

A California mother was banned from a school after she threatened the students she said bullied her daughter.

Cleveland police say missing endangered 12-year-old boy found safe

Police said he was last seen at his home just after midnight Wednesday.

  Commuter Cast for Friday, May 17

Here’s a look at what you can expect on your drive to work or school this morning.

‘I Voted’ sticker contest ends Friday, last chance to choose

Voting on the new sticker began on May 9 and ends May 17.

Avon Lake Police find car in body shop, vehicle matched description of earlier hit and run

Surveillance video caught vehicle leaving scene

  Roundup weedkiller debate: local schools, city go pesticide-free over safety concerns

Some local parents are pushing for change, asking schools to ban pesticides as the debate over the safety of Roundup weedkiller intensifies.

3 people in serious condition after shooting on Cleveland’s East Side

Three people were shot on the city's southeast side Thursday night.

Mentor, Ohio mother claims bullying played a role in her 13-year-old daughter’s suicide last month

A Mentor mother is trying to make sense of a personal tragedy.

  Gun fire rattles Akron pizza shop

There were six people in Your Pizza Place on West Exchange in Akron on Wednesday night when, Akron police say, a gunman opened fire on the shop but nobody was hit by the gunfire.

  Secret Service plays out real-life emergency scenarios to help law enforcement prep for upcoming election cycles

Law enforcement from all over the area were trained to react to various scenarios, just in case.

  POW MIA flags raised at all Pat O’Brien Chevrolet locations to honor Armed Forces Week

Pat O’Brien Chevrolet wants the community to join them “in showing appreciation for the men and women in our military” and thank a veteran.

Massillon man who abandoned dog and pig outside humane society at night sentenced

The man abandoned the pets outside the Tuscarawas County Humane Society in the middle of the night on March 13, according to officials.

Jarvis Landry announces celebrity softball game with friends

The inaugural Jarvis Landry and Friends Celebrity Softball game is scheduled to take place Saturday, June 15, at Classic Park.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame designer, architect I.M. Pei dies at 102

The architect that designed the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, I.M. Pei, passed away overnight at 102-years-old.

  California mom confronts daughter’s bullies in the classroom, gets banned from school

The mother said that although the school suspended one of the bullies, her daughter was being harassed more than before, even saying she had thought about suicide.

Scandal crisis: Justice Center corrections officer accused of selling deadly drugs to inmates

A grand jury indicted a Cuyahoga County corrections officer for allegedly accepting bribes, selling fentanyl and a cell phone to inmates.

Cleveland Heights Police are looking for Buffalo Wild Wings thieves

Anyone with information can contact the Detective Bureau at 216-291-3883

  Cleveland’s Slavic Village residents bewildered over mysterious, loud booms; city has no comment

People living in the Slavic Village Community can’t seem to figure out what caused the bursts of light and loud booms that have been seen and heard recently.

Port Clinton mayor declares state of emergency due to flooding, high-water levels in Lake Erie

Mayor Mike Snider has declared a state of emergency for Port Clinton because of the relentlessness of Lake Erie’s waves on the shoreline community.

Ohio representative wants to toughen penalties against drivers who disobey school bus traffic laws

19 News is digging deeper into a bill that would hold drivers accountable for passing a school bus.

Nearly 14,000 Ohio children attended kindergarten last year without all of their vaccinations

Ohio law allows parents to request exemption for immunizations for reasons of conscience or religious objection and for medical objections.

  Cleveland’s Slavic Village courting residents with new development and fresh perspectives

Folks in one Cleveland neighborhood are trying to bring people back to the area, despite the poverty, crime and dwindling population that troubles many communities.

Avon Lake Police: Bicyclist flown to MetroHealth after violent hit-and-run crash; suspect’s car captured on surveillance (video)

Detectives say the 51-year-old Bay Village woman was struck by a gray hatchback car.

  'All I can see is her’: Toddler dies after reported sexual assault at motel

Police responded to the 6400 block of Midlothian Turnpike on May 8 for a report of a toddler child being assaulted.

Take a look: Baker Mayfield shows off clean-shaven look at Cleveland Browns OTAs

Baker Mayfield showed up to practice Thursday without his beard that many have grown familiar with.

Ohio legislation trying to reduce the amount of state school testing starts with a small step

House Bill 239 (HB 239) wants to reduce the amount of time Ohio students spend taking state mandated tests.

9 people face federal charges for alleged role in trafficking large amounts of dangerous drugs in northern Ohio

Seven Toledo residents and two suspects from Arizona were indicted for their roles in a conspiracy to traffic large amounts of heroin, cocaine, and fentanyl in northern Ohio.

Gunman shoots into Akron restaurant with 6 people inside

Six people were inside an Akron pizza shop when someone fired through the windows.

  Boy burned while handling lime juice because of skin condition

For those who have phytophotodermatitis, handling lime or any citrus juice - and then exposing that skin to the sun will cause burns, sometimes severe one.

  Jury recommends death for Joseph McAlpin; formal sentencing for murders of Cleveland car dealership couple set for May 21

The jury began deliberating in the death penalty phase of the Joseph McAlpin trial around 11 a.m. Thursday and reached a verdict approximately 30 minutes later.

Akron man shot in groin, rushed to hospital with serious injuries

Police are looking for a suspect who shot a 19-year-old man in the groin in Akron.

Akron judge hits convicted child rapist with life sentence

According to the Summit County Prosecutor’s Office, Dean Davis, 29, of Green, will spend at least 10 years behind bars before he is eligible for parole.

They’re baaaack! The first midges have come up out of Lake Erie

Thursday morning, on the way to their cars, Northeast Ohioans who live close to the lake saw their first midges of the spring season.

  Mick Jagger back with Rolling Stones after illness to start North American tour

Tickets sold for the original dates will be honored, but those who can't attend can get refunds by accessing their Ticketmaster accounts.

Parents want pesticides banned at schools after Roundup weed killer debate

Tonight at 11: Some parents are pushing for change, asking schools to ban pesticides as the debate over the safety of Roundup weedkiller intensifies.

$600,000 bond for Cleveland teen accused of raping a woman in a downtown parking garage on Valentine’s Day

17-year-old pleads not guilty to raping a 51-year-old woman inside a downtown Cleveland parking garage.

LeBron James collaborates with Walmart to invest in education, fight hunger across the US

LeBron James and Walmart have formed a partnership aimed at improving education and reducing hunger in communities throughout the country.

  Mayfield High School students attempt world record for largest indoor bubble

Guinness and NASA still must issue their formal ruling.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo announces expansion of rhino habitat

Construction will begin this fall and is expected to be completed in spring 2020.