19 First Alert Weather Day: Storms develop Friday afternoon; some will produce strong winds

Suspected gunman still on the loose after Monday afternoon argument escalates on Cleveland’s West Side

  Cuyahoga County Prosecutors find a way to keep hope alive for sexual assault victims in cases where suspects are still unidentified decades later

Do you know who drives this SUV? Cleveland Police say they are suspected of shooting out 2 cars with BB gun

  Cleveland mother of a murdered 4-year-old testifies in accused killer’s trial

  19 First Alert Weather Day Friday: Storms will produce heavy rain and strong winds

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Cleveland Police search for suspect who stole portable generator and cooler from Spectrum truck in Tremont

No new deaths, but 45 more confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland range in age from under 10 to over 100-years-old

  $3 billion in unclaimed funds belongs to thousands of Ohioans, are you one of them?

  Northeast Ohio company develops technology to combat COVID-19

North Royalton City Schools announce they will move to all remote learning starting next Tuesday

  Twinsburg teachers have inside story of what is happening in your kids' school buildings during pandemic

  Investigators: No evidence indicating others involved in 2016 death of Lafayette Township trustee, scene appeared staged

An update to the investigation surrounding the 2016 death of Lafayette Township trustee Bryon Macron is expected on Thursday afternoon.

  Attorneys can’t agree on plea deal for man charged in 2017 death of Bedford teen

Daniel Baldwin remains out on bond.

'Don’t let up’: Dominoes demonstrate how quickly COVID-19 can spread in new Ohio Department of Health commercial

A video promoted by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine during Thursday’s briefing demonstrates how quickly the coronavirus can spread among the population.

Record-high 2,425 coronavirus cases reported in Ohio over last 24 hours; Cuyahoga County approaching highest threat level

As of Thursday, the Department of Health said 5,161 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 190,430 cases reported statewide since the start of the pandemic.

Man found dead in field on Cleveland’s East Side

Eastlake police search for man who sexually harassed two female Walmart employees

Cleveland man murdered outside West side pizza restaurant, after car crash

  Reward upped to $50,000 for tips leading to arrest of Lester Eubanks, man convicted in 1966 murder of teen girl

2 armed men carjack woman at Brooklyn’s Ridge Park Square

Fiery crash on I-77 shuts down traffic

Akron police arrest 28-year-old man on domestic violence, weapons charges

The victim told police Mitchell assaulted her, pointed a gun at her and shot inside their home.

Akron police, medical examiner investigate shooting death of man

The victim, whose identity is not yet released, suffered multiple gunshot wounds.

  Great Lakes Brewing taps Christmas Ale; coronavirus changes ‘First Pour’ event

The unofficial start of the holiday season in Cleveland, the First Pour of the traditional Christmas Ale has changed due to coronavirus with reservation-only seating and fewer people

101 defendants charged with federal crimes under Operation Legend in Cleveland

Nearly 5,500 people have been arrested since the project began on July 8, 2020.

It’s a boy! Cleveland Metroparks Zoo announces naming contest for new baby giraffe

The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo welcomed a new baby giraffe calf on Oct. 13, weighing 150 pounds and standing 6 feet tall at birth.

'Clean up dirty politics’: Westlake car wash has fun with upcoming presidential election

A Westlake car wash is trying to provide some fun for its customers as the upcoming presidential election nears.

Oberlin College: 6 positive COVID-19 cases on campus

The college urged people to answer their phones as contact tracing is conducted.

Ohio Education Association urges Gov. DeWine to further fund schools amid COVID-19

An Ohio Education Association statement said the “rainy day fund” contains 2.7 billion dollars.

Tri-C to offer free COVID-19 testing Thursday

You do not need symptoms to qualify for testing.

Ohio Department of Health issues COVID-19 travel advisory for 7 states

The advisory applies to Ohio residents returning to the state from one of the listed areas, as well as Ohio tourists.

Secretary of State LaRose says Russian, Iranian election interference efforts did not impact Ohio voters

LaRose referenced a FBI report that concluded Iran and Russia obtained voter registration information with the goal of interfering in the 2020 general election.

How to apply for The Salvation Army’s Christmas Distribution program

The program provides bags of food to all and toys to households with children 12 years old and younger.

Cleveland permits restaurants to keep extended outdoor dining areas through June 1, 2021

Patio season is here to stay, even through the winter.

  College of Wooster going to remote-learning for the rest of fall semester as state COVID-19 cases rise

There are currently 1,400 students on campus who can leave or stay on campus if needed. But, those who stay have agreed to strict guidelines which include grab and go dining, no off-campus visitors, and students aren’t allowed off-campus unless it’s an emergency.

  In 1st day of testimony, witness links accused killer to Cleveland property where 4-year-old boy’s remains were found

For the first time in the Eliazar Ruiz murder trial, accused killer Romaine Tolbert has been linked to the Cleveland property where the 4-year-old boy’s remains were found in 2017.

  Northeast Ohio weather: Heavy rain ends, additional storms move in overnight

A much warmer, but wet morning with rain and thunder in the area

  Cuyahoga County Prosecutors help New Orleans officials crack 45-year-old rape case; Victim now pushing to change Ohio’s ‘statute of limitations’ law

The victim lives right here in Northeast Ohio, but was attending college in Louisiana when she reported the assault in 1975. Had the crime happened here, the woman may not be able to get the justice she’s so thankful for tonight.

  Who shot and killed Cleveland brothers Domenique and Delvonte King? Their family members want justice

Detectives said one brother was seated in a Jeep and the other brother was outside the vehicle when two men wearing masks approached them and fired multiple shots.

Greater Cleveland Food Bank teams up with Cavaliers for drive-thru food distribution at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse on Friday

The first 1,000 to register will receive free fresh produce and PPE courtesy of Gov. Mike DeWine’s COVID-19 Minority Health Strikeforce.

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.

Lorain Police search for 15-year-old girl missing since Friday

Call Lorain Police at (440) 204-2100 if you see her or know where she may be.

No new deaths, but teen among 26 more confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland

Health officials said the new confirmed cases include males and females whose ages range from their teens to their 80s.

  Heavy rains bring flooding issues to Northeast Ohio

There has been an ongoing issue of flooded basements in that community according to multiple residents who told 19 News that their basements flood repeatedly during heavy rains.

Ohio sheriff offers one-way ticket for celebrities who ‘would like to leave’ the US if President Trump is re-elected

An outspoken Ohio sheriff is responding to the election-time trend of celebrities threatening to move out of the country if the candidate of their choosing is not elected.

  Troubleshooter: Collapsed roof forces apartment residents in Highland Hills to run for shelter

Faulty maintenance cause water damage and roof collapse.

  Man who complained of COVID-19 symptoms, found dead in Beachwood hotel

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner said the cause of death is still pending.

31-year-old man dies after shooting in Barberton, suspect in custody, police say

The victim was involved in an altercation before the shooting, police say.

Bay Village Schools changes plan due to COVID-19

PreK-8 are in building next week, Bay High is in a step-down model.

  Cleveland Police seek man who stuck Burger King employee with cone after being asked to wear mask

Cleveland police are asking for the public's help to identify a man who assaulted a Clark-Fulton Burger King employee with a large yellow cone after she asked him to wear a mask.

  Mayor Frank Jackson announces city to forgive 3 months of rent for West Side Market tenants

In early April, the city deferred the April, May, and June rental payments for the West Side Market tenants.

Odell Beckham Jr. banned from LSU for two years

Odell Beckham Junior receives a temporary ban from his alma mater

Drive up and drop off: Cleveland Main Post Office to accept ballots in parking lot starting next week

This service will be offered from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

66 new deaths, a record-breaking 2,366 coronavirus cases reported in Ohio in last 24 hours

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health said 5,149 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 188,005 cases reported statewide since the start of the pandemic.

TSA officers find gun in passenger’s bag at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

TSA officers said this is the 11th firearm found at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport this year.

Heavy rains cause raw sewage to flow into Lake Erie at Edgewater Beach

The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District issued a public advisory for Edgewater Beach because of a sewage overflow into Lake Erie that occurred as a result of Wednesday morning’s rainfall.

Cleveland Clinic partners with science technology company to develop rapid COVID-19 breath test

The Cleveland Clinic announced a collaboration with a science and technology development company to develop a breath test to detect COVID-19.

Pope pivots on same-sex marriage issue, signaling major change within the Catholic Church

This week in Rome, a documentary titled, “Francesco," will be released in which Pope Francis endorses a civil union law that would protect same-sex marriages according to the Associated Press.

RTA Transit Police employee tests positive for coronavirus

The employee last worked Oct. 16.

  Wayne County man indicted for murder of elderly Orrville resident

Ricky Ball is being held on a $1 million bond.

Dave’s Markets hiring at all locations

300 part-time position are available.

  Driver stranded by high water rescued from top of car by North Olmsted firefighters

Crews from the North Olmsted Fire Department helped rescue a man who was stranded on top of his car and surrounded by high water due to the flooding rains.

  Flash flood warnings, roads closed as heavy storms roll through Cuyahoga County

Parts of I-90 and MLK Jr. Drive are closed.

Beach Club Bistro in Euclid closed after employee tests positive for coronavirus

The restaurant is telling anybody who visited recently to monitor for symptoms.

  New program offers free rides to the polls for Cleveland voters

Voters who need a ride to the polls can call 216-294-4261.

10 p.m. curfew on alcohol sales will be in place for a while, Gov. DeWine says

DeWine said earlier this month he was considering changing or getting rid of the last call order.

  Northeast Ohio weather: Storms overnight may produce heavy rain

Light rain and drizzle this morning

Great Lakes Brewing Co.'s Christmas Ale available in cans for 1st time since 1992 debut

Here’s good news you can “cheers” to!

  Record number of Ohio Covid hospitalizations in 24-hour span, prompting hospitals to prepare for surge in patients

Coronavirus cases are on the rise in Ohio for a fifth straight day with over 2,000. Prior to that - it only happened once, and that was due to prison inmate testing back in April.

  Absentee ballot application rejected? Here are your options to vote

With less than two weeks until Election Day, concerns are growing as absentee ballots are still being rejected. 19 News looked into what options people have to make sure their vote is counted.

  Cleveland Police search for luggage thieves who stole a bag containing loved ones remains

Cleveland Police are searching for a pair of luggage thieves who they claim stole two bags right off the conveyer belt at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport this weekend.

Shaker Heights Schools postpones in-classroom learning after spike in COVID-19 cases in Cuyahoga County

Shaker Heights students will not return to the district’s school buildings for in-person learning on Monday, Oct. 26 as previously planned.

  Cleveland Councilman grateful for 19 News exposing huge hole in his ward that finally got filled

Two days after the 19 News Troubleshooter’s unit exposed the dangers of a massive hole on a lot of land just feet away from a local daycare, a team of construction workers finished the clean up that was left on the demolished Glenville property for over three months.

Akron man sentenced to life in prison for raping ‘young girl he knew’ over several years

“I am so proud of this young girl for showing the courage and strength to come forward and tell what happened. The community is safer with Mr. Jones locked up for a long time,” said Prosecutor Walsh.

  Cleveland family calls police after witnessing man steal ‘Black Lives Matter’ sign from their front yard

Karmean Turk tells 19 News she still can’t believe what happened to her family members at their home in Cleveland’s North Collinwood neighborhood.

Greater Cleveland Food Bank needs $43,500 by Thursday to put turkeys on Thanksgiving tables

For just $12.50, you can help put a turkey on the table.

  Opening statements made in the trial of Cleveland man accused of killing 4-year-old boy

With a large portrait of murdered 4-year-old Eliazar Ruiz facing the jury, opening statements were made in the Cleveland murder trial of his accused killer, Romaine Tolbert.

  U.S. Border Patrol apprehensions in region down nearly 60% during pandemic

19 Investigates has learned U.S. Border Patrol stops in our region dropped significantly this year as fewer people travel back and forth between the United States and Canada because of border closures during the pandemic.

No new deaths, but teen among 25 more confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland

Health officials said the new confirmed cases include males and females whose ages range from their teens to their 70s.