Traffic on I-90 clears after early morning crashes

Rent assistance in Northeast Ohio: CHN Housing Partners and 19 News discuss resources

UFO sighting? Baker Mayfield sees ‘very bright ball of light’ fall out of sky

Left lane of I-77 in Canton reopens; ODOT crews relocate home that got stuck

  Northeast Ohio weather: Colder than normal pattern before the next warm up

  Scam Squad: How to protect yourself if your identity is used for unemployment fraud

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South Euclid Police search for missing 36-year-old woman last seen Feb. 27

SpaceX Starship lands upright, then explodes in latest test

2 new deaths; 40 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland

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

  New hope for grieving families as lawmakers reintroduce a bill that would change the law surrounding the cremation and burial of adult children

  COVID-19 vaccine booster in development, CDC issues new guidelines

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

A woman accused of pocketing thousands of dollars during her two-decade stint as a Chagrin Falls employee pleaded not guilty Wednesday at her arraignment at Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court.

  Former Cleveland school therapist has new lawyer in federal case connected to deadly riots at U.S. Capitol

A former Cleveland school therapist accused of violating three federal laws during the deadly siege at the U.S. Capitol in January has a new lawyer.

Cleveland State University to host Spring 2021 commencement in-person at Progressive Field

Cleveland State University Vikings graduating in Spring 2021 will turn their tassels alongside their classmates at Progressive Field for the school’s first in-person commencement since the pandemic started.

  3-year-old dies after falling through ice on Olmsted Twp. pond

A 3-year-old child died Wednesday afternoon after falling through the ice in a pond in Olmsted Township.

  Tenants see progress in conditions at Clarkwood Greens apartments

City of Cleveland to distribute COVID vaccine to residents and workers

‘Slave letter writing activity’ sparks outrage in Miss. school district

Community members ask if anyone ‘nose’ how strange sculpture got to Cleveland park

  Republican U.S. Senate candidate calls to remove mask mandate, completely reopen state

  University Hospitals uses targeted radiation to improve post-brain cancer surgery results

  Medina teen paralyzed after sledding accident on Hinckley Hill

Just one day before Natalie’s accident, an Akron teen died while sledding down the same hill.

  78-year-old Northeast Ohio widow signs up for grocery delivery instead of vaccine

Senior Lee Freund, a 78-year-old widow, tries to sign up for a COVID vaccine shot and gets grocery delivery instead, highlighting problems some older Americans have getting vaccinated

19 News First Alert Weather team awarded ‘most accurate’ designation for 17th straight year

The 19 First Alert Weather team has been awarded the Most Accurate designation for the 17th year in a row by WeatheRate, the nation’s leading independent and neutral service that rates the performance of local television weather teams.

Ohio reports single-day increase of 2,022 new COVID-19 cases

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health said 17,189 coronavirus deaths have been verified in the state of Ohio with at least 972,605 cases since the start of the pandemic.

  Driver leaves house on I-77 in Canton to avoid getting stuck

It’s an unbelievable sight for Canton-area drivers: A house stuck on I-77.

Oakwood police re-open all lanes of I-480 after truck accident

There were no injuries.

  Man accused of shooting Willowick police officer released from rehab facility

Patrolman Ben Bruno was shot in the chest, but was saved by his bullet-proof vest.

Attorney General Yost sues owners of Ohio youth residential treatment center, citing illegal use of restraints

The owners of Mohican Young Star Academy in Perrysville are facing a lawsuit.

Cleveland musician Michael Stanley ‘dealing with serious health issues’

Michael Stanley, 72, performed both solo and with his band,

35-year-old man dies in crash on State Route 14

The crash occurred around 8:25 a.m. on State Route 14.

Cleveland Clinic named 2nd-best hospital in the world

Once again, the Cleveland Clinic has been ranked among one of the best hospitals in the world.

  Northeast Ohio weather: Cooler-than-average ending to workweek, warms up next week

We'll see lake effect snow showers and gusty winds.

Kim Kardashian thanks Baker Mayfield for highlighting death row case of inmate who is claiming innocence

Mayfield was among the group of athletes Kardashian publicly thanked for their contributions to the social justice campaign.

  2nd person in custody for deadly drive-by of 6-year-old girl in South Collinwood

Lyric-Melodi Lawson suffered a gunshot wound to the head.

Amherst police look for teen missing since last week

Police said the teen has run away before, but not for this amount of time.

26-year-old man murdered in Euclid

James Haynes Jr. died on Monday.

  Suspect accused of beating 85-year-old Canton man behind bars

“So I rolled the window down to talk to him, and he curses me out and starts pounding on me."

One year ago today: Gov. DeWine announces Ohio’s first coronavirus cancellation

March 3, 2020 saw the first of many virus-related cancellations.

Driver runs away from OSHP after traffic stop leads to crash with another car, building

Nobody was hurt in the crash.

  Family of children injured during police chase file lawsuit

13-year-old twins Zelda and Zachery saw their friend get hit and killed by a car during a police chase in December 2019.

Elderly Northeast Ohio woman shot and killed while planning son’s funeral

89-year-old Ruth Lewis was sitting in her wheelchair when shots rang out.

  Residents upset after 2 Parma parks become trash can graveyards

Tens of thousands of trash cans is not something anyone wants to see in their local park.

  Neighbors demand traffic changes to Clifton, after high speed crash

Neighbors continue to call for traffic changes along Clifton Boulevard after a high-speed crash killed two 19-year-olds.

7 new deaths; infant among 36 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland

Health officials said the new confirmed cases include people whose ages range from under 1-year-old to their 80s.

Cleveland Department of Health received 37 COVID-19 non-compliance complaints since Jan. 1

CDPH said of the 79 total number of allegations, 16 were allegations of not properly sanitizing and 21 allegations were of there being an employee having COVID-19.

  Parents express concern over East Cleveland City School’s COVID-19 protocols

Some parents say their voices are being silenced. They say they’re being prevented from speaking out at school district meetings.

DeWine announces changes to pandemic public health order; mass gatherings and sporting events

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced changes to the public health orders regarding mass gatherings and sporting events.

  COVID-19 vaccine offers protection for Ohioans with Down syndrome

According to the CDC, Down syndrome puts her at high risk of severe complications from Covid-19.

  Captured: Suspect accused of beating 85-year-old Canton man arrested for attempted murder

Police have arrested the 32-year-old man accused of viciously beating an elderly retired steelworker after a car accident.

Roll clouds make appearance in Northeast Ohio (photos)

Roll clouds make an appearance in NE Ohio. What causes them?

  Funeral home operators and employees relieved to be next up on Ohio’s vaccination list

Funeral home operators and staff are part of the next wavy of Ohioans to be vaccinated.

Ohio Department of Health is no longer reporting COVID-19 death data daily; here’s why

As of Tuesday, the Department of Health said 17,189 have been verified in the state of Ohio from the coronavirus with at least 970,583 cases since the start of the pandemic.

  Dramatic video released of man shooting at Warren County deputy

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office has released video after a man fired at a deputy in Mason in February.

  2nd person charged in deadly drive-by of 6-year-old girl shot while sleeping in South Collinwood home

Lyric-Melodi Lawson suffered a gunshot wound to the head.

  Cleveland Indians manager Francona responds to son’s remarks regarding former coach’s alleged behavior

Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona was asked about the latest in the scandal involving Mickey Callaway as more reports of wrongdoings from the team’s pitching coach surfaced.

  Ohio’s rural counties face different challenges to get the community vaccinated

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine will hold a virtual town hall Tuesday, March 2 to discuss the challenges facing rural community getting resident vaccinated. Ashland has vaccinated 9.5% of its residents compared to the state average of 14.4% but they say they're only getting 100 doses of the vaccine.

Ohio’s US Rep. Jim Jordan calls for Congressional hearing to examine ‘cancel culture’

United States Rep. Jim Jordan is calling on a Congressional committee to hold a public hearing to examine “cancel culture.”

Lake Metroparks Farmpark set to reopen March 5

Visitors can enjoy maple sugaring demonstrations throughout March.

North Royalton woman faces judge for allegedly killing 2 Lakewood men while driving impaired, speeding

The victims, Maximus Close and Alejandro Mercado, graduated from Lakewood High School in 2020.

  US Marshals join search for ex-boyfriend of missing Shelby, Ohio woman

Shelby police said Melinda Kay Davis, 33, went missing on Feb. 25.

564 grams of drugs, more than $100,000 in cash, multiple guns seized by Akron police in raid

Among the substances found were fentanyl and meth.

  2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction will be held at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

The CEO and president of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame made a special announcement on Tuesday about the induction ceremony’s return to Cleveland in 2021.

  Cleveland mayor’s grandson, Frank Q. Jackson, appears in court for domestic violence charge

The 24-year-old also faces felony charges in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court for a separate incident.

  Fugitive runs away from troopers, hides in tree in Ashland County

The fugitive ran away while he was in the passenger seat of a car during a traffic stop.

Cedar Point looks to hire 6,500 employees for season

They're holding hiring events March 13.

  Aut-O-Rama Drive-In to open for the season on March 19

The drive-in theater closed for the season in December.

Akron police find 67-year-old man with dementia

Jerry Schwalbach drove away from his home early Tuesday morning.

  ‘It’s been a long time coming’: Ohio police officers included in the next vaccination group

Ohio police officers included in the next vaccination group

19 new deaths; 64 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland

Health officials said the new confirmed cases include people whose ages range from under 10-years-old to their 70s.

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

The Parma City School district plans to transition to full in-person learning on March 22nd after two months of a hybrid approach.

Canal Fulton police believe butane hash oil lab to blame for apartment complex explosion

When first responders arrived, they found a small fire and a male trying to piece together an apartment by placing bricks back in place on the three-unit complex, Chief Swartz said.

Village of Clinton Fire Department removes man from Tuscarawas River

The Village of Clinton removed a man Monday from the Tuscarawas River after he fled from police.

  East Cleveland police chief says he will take another look at his pursuit policy; department has chased at least 59 suspects so far this year

19 Investigates discovered that’s more than double the number of people officers had pursued at this time last year. Hannah Catlett sat down for a one-on-one interview with the police chief to discuss his policy.

  Embattled Cleveland landlord dodges questions for not fixing tenant’s heat for more than a month

It’s a story the 19 News Troubleshooter team has been following closely for a week: a woman living without heat in the City of Cleveland.

  High electric bills leave a local Cleveland woman shocked and struggling to pay

Geogene Feeman is on a fixed income. She has had a stroke and triple bypass heart surgery. So imagine the pulse-raising anxiety she felt when she received these electric bills for her fifth-floor apartment.

Cleveland Police arrest 15-year-old kidnapping suspect

Cleveland Police arrested a juvenile wanted for multiple west side carjackings, assaults, and a kidnapping Friday.

Firelands High School evacuated, searched after student receives bomb threat via text message

Lorain County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to Firelands High School Monday after a student received a bomb threat via text message.

Mother shows little remorse after confessing to killing son, police chief says

Police say they will be working with trained searchers in an attempt to recover James’s body.