Driver in stolen car remains on the loose after leading East Cleveland police on chase

  Following NFL Draft success, Cleveland starts to prepare for 2022 NBA All Star Game

Family seeks tips after memorial quilt stolen in Cleveland

Family of George Floyd hosts discussion on issues of social justice in Cleveland area

Bill seeks to name highway after Staff Sgt. Kyle McKee

17 St. Ignatius lacrosse players suspended for hazing

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The Centennial project promises affordable housing to help recruit workers back to downtown Cleveland

‘Intricate cover-up’: 7 charged in connection to disappearance and murder of Iron Cannon

One-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be offered at Cleveland’s Wolstein Center next week

Parma woman at center of ‘Eggate’ disaster faces criminal theft charges

How much rain will fall in Northeast Ohio this summer?

Medical examiner identifies 55-year-old man killed in Parma car crash

Regal Cinemas to reopen theatres Friday in Willoughby, Crocker Park

Regal is the 2nd largest cinema chain in the US

160,000 people attended 2021 NFL Draft in Cleveland

"It’s a testament to Browns fans and Cleveland."

State Route 3 in Medina County closed due to crash, fallen power lines

Closure between Bagdad and Fenn roads

  Cleveland’s 2021 summer outlook: How hot will it get?

2021 Summer weather outlook for Cleveland, OH.

17-year-old boy found after going missing in Canton

Det. James Skernivitz honored at Ohio Peace Officer Memorial Ceremony

  Gov. DeWine promoting tourism, encouraging Ohioans to get vaccinated for summer events

Olmsted Township ducklings rescued from storm drain

  Newburg Heights mayor’s policy requires employees to get COVID-19 vaccine; unvaccinated employees terminated come September

  Man wanted for stealing cash from register at Willoughby Walgreens

  Parma voters soundly defeat proposed school levy

Children’s futures are on the line in a local district. Voters shot down a school levy in Parma, and it’s far from the first time. In fact, it’s what usually happens.Now, administrators have some tough decisions to make on how they’ll handle a budget crossroads. It appears they’re going to have t

Greater Cleveland Food Bank to host drive-thru distribution in Muni Lot Thursday

You must pre-register at www.WeFeedCLe.org.

  Euclid roller rink allowed to stay open, under certain conditions

A popular Euclid roller rink, some call a “neighborhood nuisance,” will be allowed to remain open.

Willard firefighter administers oxygen to kitten pulled from mobile home fire

A Willard firefighter administered oxygen to a small kitten that was pulled from a fire at the Country Home Park on Tuesday evening.

  NFL donates 2021 draft items to Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity

The Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity is one of roughly 20 local non-profits working with the NFL to reuse items left behind from the 2021 draft.

  Truck driver shortage is a real issue for Northeast Ohio business that could soar prices

Supply chain issues can cause a slow down of the economy and a truck driver shortage could be a trigger.

  Northeast Ohio weather: Cooler-than-average with intermittent showers through the weekend

Cold for the season today with clouds in place

Akron man pleads guilty to 6 break-ins, 4 on West Market Street

An Akron man was pleaded guilty to breaking into several buildings over the past two years.

  Seniors get connected during isolating pandemic thanks to local initiative

Gregory Wiggins, along with many other older adults, never had much to do at the Barton Senior Center at the height of the pandemic’s lockdown last year.

Bills would prevent transgender females in Ohio from competing in girls-only sports

The bills would prevent transgender females from competing against biological females in girls-only sports.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,450 new COVID-19 cases

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health said 19,337 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,078,734 cases since the start of the pandemic.

CVS now takes walk-ins and offers same-day appointments for COVID-19 vaccine

CVS Pharmacy stores across the country - including the 370 in Ohio - are offering walk-in same-day COVID-19 vaccines, according to a company media release.

  Fairview Park mom accused of driving drunk wrong way on I-90 with 3-year-old

Multiple people called 911 after seeing her drive the wrong-way.

Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force marks 50,000th arrest by taking child rape suspect into custody

The U.S. Marshals’ Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force surpassed a monumental accomplishment recently.

Toledo man charged with attempted murder after gunfire erupts at Kalahari Resorts in Sandusky

Nobody was injured, but a window at the resort was shot out.

St. Augustine’s Hunger Center needs your donations

During the pandemic, St. Augustine’s Hunger Center doubled the amount of meals they were serving.

Fast food restaurants dealing with significant shortage of workers

Fast food restaurants, at least many in Ohio, are dealing with a severe shortage of workers, and it is a good bet that that shortage may continue into and through the summer.

Akron man arrested for shooting woman at birthday party

The woman was shot in the leg.

  Lakewood police arrest one, charge two in Elmwood Avenue homicide

A 44-year-old man is dead after he was shot in the head Sunday morning in an apartment at the intersection of Madison and Elmwood avenues in Lakewood.

55-year-old man killed in car accident on State Road in Parma

The victim's name has not been released.

Grand jury indicts driver accused of hitting Stow police officer

The Stow officer was struck while putting down stop sticks.

  Felony gun charge for Pittsburgh Steelers player dropped as part of Lake County plea deal

A Pittsburgh Steelers player who was initially arrested in Lake County on gun and traffic violations reached a plea deal with prosecutors on Wednesday.

Ohio school district votes to make masks optional by June 1

District officials say they don't "believe in” the Ohio Department of Health’s mask order.

Canton man arrested for possession and trafficking in cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine

Units seized approximately 8.14 ounces of cocaine, 1.5 ounces of heroin, 11.6 ounces of methamphetamine, more than $30,000 in cash, and five cars, according to the SCSO.

Unofficial results of Northeast Ohio primary and special elections are in

Tax levies are among the issues up for voting in several cities.

  ‘He has had a reign of terror that is as corrupt and illegal as everyone can see’: Mentor property manager accused of harassing, neglecting residents

A Mentor property manager has been accused of harassing residents. They claim they went without heat for weeks, and it gets worse, he was even accused of throwing nails in front of an elderly woman’s garage.

16-year-old Liverpool Township boy missing since Monday

Police said he is 6′1″ tall, 165-170 pounds, with brown hair, and brown eyes.

Blue Toyota Corolla with missing rear bumper, smashed windshield wanted in East Cleveland shooting

Call 216-451-1234 if you recognize the car and may know who it belongs to.

  County Diversion Center aims to address mental health of criminal offenders opens in Cleveland

The all new Cuyahoga County Diversion Center opened Tuesday on Cleveland’s East Side, clearing the way for the county to keep low-level offenders out of jail while focusing on their mental health.

  Rideshare companies work on ways to keep Northeast Ohio drivers safer as carjackings on the rise

There have been over half a dozen attacks on rideshare drivers over the past few months in Cleveland.

  19 News Vaccine Team finds more than 10,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses went unused in Ohio

The 19 News Vaccine team pored through a list of nearly 200 vaccine providers, mostly pharmacies and health departments statewide.

25-year-old man shot to death in Slavic Village

A 25-year-old man is dead after being shot several times in the torso on Sunday.

  Vaccine clinic at Tri-C carries on despite low turnout

A low turnout at a vaccine clinic is not dampening the hope of health officials Tuesday at Cuyahoga Community College’s Metropolitan Campus.

27-year-old Stark County found a day after going missing

He is 5′9″ tall, 144 pounds, has brown hair, brown eyes. and was last seen wearing a camouflage hoodie, and dark pants.

  DISRUPTIVE DAY FORECAST: Occasional showers & storms this evening; more rain Wednesday morning

A few early morning showers today then a risk of storms this afternoon

Love thunderstorms? Cleveland-area should have more than normal this summer

Summer 2021 thunderstorm outlook

  Portage County Health District vaccination clinic opens at Kent State University

The Portage County Health District vaccination clinic is up and running inside Kent State University’s Field House.

Olympics ban ‘Black Lives Matter’ apparel, could punish athletes for political demonstrations

The IOC also said that slogans such as “Black Lives Matter” will not be allowed on athlete apparel at Olympic venues, though it approved using the words “peace,” “respect,” “solidarity,” “inclusion” and “equality” on T-shirts.

Tri-C postpones athletics until fall 2022

Cuyahoga Community College has announced it will postpone all interscholastic athletics until the fall of 2022.

22-year-old accused of shooting man inside Lorain bar

The shooting inside the Cotton Club on April 11.

Jury finds Akron man guilty of murder, felonious assault

Tion Anthony, 18, died from his injuries.

Lorain police make arrest in fatal shooting

Lorain police said Joshua Oquendo, 28, shot and killed Edwin Guzman, 36.

  Cleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital now offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments

The vaccine clinic is open on Tuesdays at the hospital.

Summit County Sheriff’s deputies arrest man for allegedly masturbating in motel hallway

A 29-year-old man was arrested at a Green motel Sunday after police say he was caught masturbating in a hallway.

Multi-county human trafficking operation leads to arrest of 10 in Northeast Ohio; several victims identified

A joint-human trafficking operation conducted primarily out of Summit County resulted in the arrests of 10 individuals.

$28B in federal grants now up for grabs for restaurants, bars in pandemic relief

Beginning at noon on Mon. May 3, restaurants, bars, caterers, inns, and other eligible establishments hurt by the pandemic can apply for $28.6 billion in federal grants.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,285 new COVID-19 cases, adds 60 deaths to total

As of Tuesday, the Department of Health said 19,337 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 1,077,284 cases since the start of the pandemic.

  Children ages 12 to 15 years old wait for Pfizer to get COVID-19 vaccine approval from FDA

Pfizer has spent months testing their vaccine on 12- to 15-year-old children.

  Akron man pleads not guilty in murder of Hudson-area Lyft driver

Twenty-three-year-old Kahlyl Powe made his first appearance in court, accused of shooting 48-year-old ride share driver Kristopher Roukey of Hudson on Sunday

  Streetsboro councilman arrested after he sent inappropriate pictures to teenage boy

The man showed up at the boy's house in Mayfield Heights after sending inappropriate pictures on Snapchat.

  16-year-old Akron girl charged with murder

Imani Tolbert was shot and killed on March 11.

Some Black parents say remote learning gives racism reprieve

As school districts across the country rush to reopen schools, national and state polling suggests parents of color are more wary of reopening than white parents.

  India experiences massive spike in COVID cases; Cleveland Clinic steps in to donate emergency aid

As the United States continues its progress in getting past this COVID-19 Pandemic – other parts of the world are getting hit harder than ever, particularly India.

Proposal would ban drivers from holding phones, devices in Ohio

The bill was introduced Monday in the Ohio House of Representatives.

Cleveland Indians offer discounted tickets to fans who have been vaccinated

The Cleveland Indians are offering an incentive to those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

Authorities search for 3 children taken by non-custodial parent in Sandusky County

The Sandusky County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for help locating three children that were taken by a non-custodial parent.

Kent State to hold virtual vigil, commemoration on 51st anniversary of May 4 shootings

The online events will remember the four 4 students who were killed and 9 students who were injured on May 4, 1970.

Michael Symon to convert B Spot Burgers to Mabel’s BBQ in Eton by summer

Eton Chagrin Boulevard said their “comment to evolving and growing together” with Michael Symon Restaurants led to this concept filling “the void in the community for authentic ‘Cleveland’ BBQ and introduce new experiences including a BBQ + Bourbon club environment.”