It’s estimated that since last March, $63-Billion has been paid out nationwide for fraudulent claims related to Pandemic Unemployment programs. That’s according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Inspector General.
As the law stands now, when someone’s adult child passes, the body is included as part of the estate. For that reason, funeral homes have to get any living biological parents to sign off on plans for the body, no matter how involved the parent was in the child’s life.
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.
The City of Cleveland’s Department of Health announced Wednesday that it would be distributing COVID-19 vaccines to residents ages 60 and up, pregnant women, those with specific medical conditions, and workers in certain occupations.
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 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.
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.
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.