E. Cleveland SWAT responds to standoff at Euclid Avenue motel

A man assaulted a manager with a firearm then barricaded himself in a room at a Euclid Avenue motel Thursday.

Champion Police search for suspect who used stolen credit card at Giant Eagle

Ohio snowbirds find it difficult to get vaccine due to ‘vaccine tourism’

Warrant issued for Cleveland mayor’s grandson after prosecutor files domestic violence charge

Gov. DeWine said Ohio’s curfew to curb COVID-19 spread will be extended again

How to get the COVID-19 vaccine in every Northeast Ohio county and Cleveland

  ODOT puts brakes on some new projects with gas tax revenue down due to COVID-19

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  Northeast Ohio weather: Lake effect snow develops overnight, continues through Friday

  North Olmsted police identify hit and run driver who struck 70-year-old man, charges pending

Ohio reports single-day spike of 109 COVID-19 deaths and 7,271 new cases

Former Bedford school teacher convicted of sexual battery involving student sentenced to 4 years in prison

Cuyahoga County Jail inmate facing criminal charges for killing his cellmate

Alliance High School student arrested with a gun after video posted on social media

Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper dies of COVID-19

Trooper Bradley Huffman died on Jan. 20.

Police: Man arrested with 2 loaded guns after breaking into vacant Akron home

Officers searched the suspect and found two guns, one with a 30 round extended magazine.

Ohio troopers seize $1 million worth of marijuana during traffic stop in Summit County

The Ohio State Highway Patrol confiscated a massive amount of marijuana during a traffic stop in Summit County.

Food assistance program for Ohio students approved through end of school year

Ohio students who normally receive free or reduced-price lunch will continue receiving P-EBT payments through the end of the school year

Cleveland Cavaliers score 3rd most points in team history against Kyrie Irving, Brooklyn Nets

Gov. DeWine urges President Biden to further supply vaccine, federal funding to Ohio

  Grand jury indicts man accused of stabbing Broadview Heights officer in the face, head

Cleveland Police officer fired after investigation reveals inaccurate reporting, drug use

  Car vs. Semi: 2 killed in overnight crash on I-71 near I-480

  Cleveland students celebrate history with ‘Her Story, My Story, Our Story’ for Inauguration

  Cleveland Council approves use of $400,000 in state grants to fight violent crime problem

19 News told you about shocking statistics on New Year’s Day that 2020 was one of the deadliest years in recent history for the city of Cleveland.

  Nearly 1,000 doses of COVID vaccine wasted in Columbus, Cleveland hospitals working to make sure that doesn’t happen here

Nearly 1,000 doses of COVID vaccine wasted in Columbus, Cleveland hospitals working to make sure that doesn’t happen here

  City of Cleveland runs out of vaccine just one day after beginning of Phase 1B

Just one day after Phase 1B of Ohio’s vaccine rollout began, the City of Cleveland is out of doses.

  Akron Police search for speeding driver who killed 62-year-old woman

Akron Police are on a mission to find the speeding driver of a fatal hit and run, and they need the entire community to help them.

2 new deaths, child among 145 more 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 90s.

  Parents plead for help finding hit-and-run driver who struck their son after Cavs game

Their son was flung onto the windshield of the car, and the driver kept going. Will their son’s accident become just another statistic or will he get justice? That may be up to you.

  Limited amount of students return to Oberlin High School after nearly 10 months

A total of 100 students were allowed back inside of the building, which is a limited amount compared to years past.

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

In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank is here to help, all with adhering to social distancing standards with a drive-thru distribution.

Joe Biden’s Inaugural Painting comes from renowned Cincinnati artist

The Smithsonian calls Robert Duncanson “America’s best known African American painter” of his era.

  Northeast Ohio weather: A chilly night ahead, snow returns on Friday

Light snow east, cloudy and blustery elsewhere this morning

Meijer to host virtual summit to find local products made in the Midwest

Do you own a small, local business and dream about having your products sold by national retailer?

  Video: This OVI arrest is the result of a tip to the Ohio State Highway Patrol

In the video, you can see the driver lose his balance and fall back onto a trooper during one of the sobriety tests.

  Northeast Ohioans react to inauguration of Joe Biden, Kamala Harris

19 News caught up with people in Cleveland to see what they had to say about the new administration being sworn in.

  Stow residents stunned following arrest of US serviceman for terrorism charges

Disbelief seems to be the word that fits best, according to those who live in the same Stow neighborhood as the family of U.S. Army Private Cole Bridges who was arrested this week and charged with conspiring to murder members of the U.S. Military.

Madison Township drug bust yields meth and rifle; suspect arrested

An investigation into drug activity at a house in Madison Township culminated with the discovery of a rifle and methamphetamine at a house in Perth Road.

Nearly 1K COVID-19 vaccines wasted, Ohio Department of Health says

The vaccine provider discovered they failed to appropriately monitor temperatures in their refrigerator and freezer, the ODH said in a news release.

Cleveland Clinic stops COVID-19 vaccinations of Ohio’s caregivers

The Cleveland Clinic will stop vaccinations of caregivers and will focus on the general public as Ohio moves from Phase 1A to 1B of Ohio's

Ohio reports single-day spike of 73 COVID-19 deaths and 6,378 new cases

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health reported 10,409 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 842,433 cases statewide since the start of the pandemic.

18-year-old killed in Cleveland’s Forest Hill neighborhood

Cleveland police said the murder happened during a suspected drug deal.

Fugitive wanted in Northeast Ohio for making a ‘terroristic threat’ against government officials arrested in Pennsylvania

A man wanted out of Ohio for allegedly making a terroristic threat was taken into custody across state lines in Pennsylvania.

2 men killed during shootout with each other, Maple Heights police say

Maple Heights police said two men were killed Wednesday morning during a deadly shootout.

Cleveland gas station clerk shoots man who opens fire on him

The suspect then crashed into a city salt truck while fleeing the gas station.

Gov. DeWine: 96% of public school districts committed to return to classroom in March

Teachers are eligible to be vaccinated starting Feb 1.

Akron police arrest man accused of shooting victim after argument

Akron police also recovered a handgun.

Akron home hit with gunfire from nearby shooting

The woman was home with her kids at the time the bullets hit her home.

Ohio Department of Health announces Phase 1B COVID-19 vaccine providers and how to register (list)

Here's a list of coronavirus vaccine providers in Ohio

  Stow councilman, veteran shocked to hear plans of Northeast Ohio soldier charged with terrorism

A local soldier is now facing terrorism charges after the FBI says he tried to give U.S. military tactical information and advice on how to attack to ISIS members.

City of Cleveland establishes coronavirus vaccine hotline

The number is 216-664-2222.

50-year-old Cleveland man dead, 2 others hospitalized from rollover crash in Olmsted Falls

When troopers arrived, they determined the 2011 Honda went off the left side of the road, struck the center concrete median, overturned several times, and ejected one of its riders, and stopped in a ditch on the north side of the roadway, the Highway Patrol said.

2 new deaths, infant among 229 more confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland from Jan. 18-19

Health officials said the new confirmed cases include people whose ages range from under 1-year-old to their 90s.

  East Cleveland City Council, mayor in court over CARES Act funding dispersal

Leaders of a local city are at odds over federal coronavirus relief money their municipality received last year.

2 Ohio National Guard members flagged by FBI, removed from inauguration

Around 200 Ohio guard members are deployed in a federal capacity in Washington D.C. to help with inauguration security.

Streetsboro Police search for suspects who broke into car and stole purse

Streetsboro Police said suspects in what appears to be this newer, dark-colored SUV looked into multiple cars in a parking lot before breaking a window and taking a purse.

Mother asks for public’s help finding missing Euclid 14-year-old girl

A Euclid mother is asking for the public’s help locating her missing 14-year-old daughter.

Bark & Brew indoor dog park and self-pour bar to open in downtown Cleveland this summer

The 20,000 square foot interactive space will also house a dog splash pad and pool, dog daycare, and rooftop patio.

  Emotional day as first group of eligible seniors receive COVID-19 vaccine at Cleveland Clinic

The Cleveland Clinic began administering COVID-19 vaccines to eligible seniors on Tuesday as part of Ohio’s Phase 1B plan.

  Mental Health experts urge those struggling with depression, suicidal thoughts to reach out for help

The isolation & uncertainty, along with all of the trauma that comes with Covid-19, Medical professionals say, has caused an increase in anxiety & depression.

  Disruptive Weather: Lake enhanced snows develop overnight, heavy snow will occur

Light snow east of Cleveland this morning

Cleveland Police locate missing 5-year-old girl

Cleveland Police said her mother reported her missing and her father does not have custody, so this may be a custody issue.

  Mentor business asked to vacate after racist merchandise found online

Hometown Clothing company is shut down after they were evicted by management of Great Lakes Mall.

US soldier arrested in alleged plot to blow up NYC 9/11 Memorial

Cole James Bridges of Stow, Ohio, was in custody on charges of attempted material support of a terrorist organization — the Islamic State group — and attempted murder of a military member, said Nicholas Biase, a spokesperson for Manhattan federal prosecutors.

Update: Missing Rocky River nursing home patient located

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.

  2 Guard members made extremist statements about inauguration

U.S. Secret Service tightened security in and around the Capitol days earlier than usual in preparation, and the city center is essentially on lockdown with streets blocked, high fencing installed and tens of thousands of troops and law enforcement officers stationed around the area.

  University Hospitals vaccinates more than 1 person a minute at its Shaker Heights facility

Ohioans 80 and older have started to get the vaccine as the first group in the general public with University Hospitals vaccinated more than a person a minute at its Shaker Heights facility

  Cleveland-based financial expert explains how Biden administration’s economic plans could affect your household budget

Cleveland-based financial adviser Chris Kirchurchak walks us through what could be changing when it comes to your bank account.

62-year-old woman killed in Akron hit-and-run

A 62-year-old woman was killed Monday evening after she was struck by a vehicle on South Arlington Street.

Fugitive of the week: Akron man wanted for aggravated murder

The US Marshals are offering a reward for information leading to the capture of a man wanted for aggravated murder.

Ohio reports 4,989 new COVID-19 cases, 55 additional deaths

Residents 80-years of age and older are able to get the COVID-19 vaccination this week.

  70-year-old North Olmsted man struck by car while trying to help crash victim

If you are the driver, this is your chance to contact us and take responsibility for your actions.

Lake County deputies use drones to find missing 55-year-old man

Family members said the man left his home because he was upset over personal matters.

Ohio officials, police departments remember slain Toledo police officer Brandon Stalker

Officer Stalker died in a standoff Monday night.

$1M bond set for man charged with shooting 2 Kent police officers during home invasion

"These officers selflessly put themselves in harms way to protect two innocent children from a gunman. We could not be more proud of these courageous and heroic officers,"

  Man accused of murdering 94-year-old Cleveland WWII veteran pleads guilty

Charles Vonderau was murdered inside his own home.

Police look for 10-year-old boy missing from South Euclid

Damien Fann was reported missing Tuesday morning.

  Downtown Cleveland residents asked to be on lookout ahead of possible Inauguration Day demonstrations

The city is also monitoring any possible demonstrations Wednesday.

  Doctors warn families to wait to visit loved ones after getting vaccine

As senior citizens across Northeast Ohio are set to be vaccinated this week, many families wonder how long before they can visit their loved ones. Local doctors warn that families shouldn’t rush, as it takes time for the vaccine to take effect once a person gets both doses.

  Garfield Heights Uber driver violently attacked by passengers in carjacking

For the second time in less than a week, a local ride share driver was violently attacked by passengers.

Home Depot robber wanted by Cleveland Police for shoving employee before taking off with cart full of tools

When a loss prevention employee stopped the suspect between the double door entrance, the suspect shoved the employee, escalating the theft to a robbery before bolting to the parking lot with the cart full of stolen tools, according to police.