Black Lives Matter Cleveland will ‘call for justice’ after death of Minneapolis man

The organization is inviting the community to come to the Free Stamp at Williard Park, Saturday, May 30 at 1:30 p.m.

2,131 coronavirus deaths reported in Ohio, at least 34,566 cases statewide

High demand and long waits for backyard equipment and furniture

124th Annual Cuyahoga County Fair cancelled due to COVID-19

Police: Missing children and crimes against children see huge spike during pandemic

The Giving Tree branching out to Northeast Ohio communities with free face masks

Drive-by diplomas given to University of Akron graduates

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Shots fired in Mansfield lead police to man beating woman with firearm

Cleveland Police searching for suspect who shot 16-year-old boy overnight

Cleveland Homicide Unit investigating death of 3-week-old baby

Former Minneapolis police officer involved in death of George Floyd has been arrested

$1 million bond for man accused of killing daughter of Cleveland reverend

23-year-old man dies, 2 others taken to hospital after water rescue mission at Tinker’s Creek in Bedford

23-year-old man dies, 2 others taken to hospital after water rescue mission at Tinker’s Creek in Bedford

The family of 23-year-old Tarik Seaberry confirmed he drowned.

  Read along to ‘Monster Knows I’m Sorry’ on Story Time with Jamie Sullivan

Join us each weekday morning at 10 a.m. from the reading corner for a new book.

Police looking for leads related to suspect causing damage to homes, vehicles throughout Cuyahoga Falls

The Cuyahoga Falls Police Department is asking for residents to come forward if they have information or video of somebody damaging homes and vehicles throughout the city.

Youngstown man sentenced to 136 years in prison for multiple Lake County rapes of juvenile victims

A Lake County judge sentenced a convicted rapist to 136 years in prison on 37 separate charges related to an investigation that spanned over four years.

  More than 34% of individuals with COVID-19 infections in CCBH jurisdiction have recovered

  19 First Alert Weather Day: Thunderstorms could go severe, produce heavy rain on Friday

  Ohio Statehouse windows smashed by George Floyd protesters in Columbus (video)

Columbus police deploy tear gas to disperse George Floyd protesters (graphic language)

Traffic Alert: Pig no longer obstructing the road on I-90 E in Cleveland

  Ohio civil rights attorney urges public to focus on justice, not chaos, following George Floyd’s death

  Ohio unemployment claims slowed by a lack of voicemail and e-mail capabilities

The state of Ohio’s unemployment website, according to the Ohio Director of Job and Family Services, Kim Hall, is admittedly hard to navigate and the entire system has been broken, she says, for a decade.

  Northeast Ohio weather: First Alert Weather Day Friday for heavy rain and storms

Pretty humid today with rain in the area this morning.

  FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Expect severe storms and heavy rain tomorrow

Friday afternoon ALERT DAY for thunderstorms that could turn severe.

  Cedar Point making tweaks to its mobile app to keep visitors safe in hopes of re-opening soon

As the weather starts to warm up a lot of us are craving a fun-filled day of rollercoaster rides, but right now we still don’t know when amusement parks will re-open in Ohio.

  Revisiting Cleveland’s consent decree in light of George Floyd’s death

The events in Minnesota are stirring emotions nationwide; and reminding Clevelanders of the city’s own troubles with police.

  Covid-19 reaches Ohio juvenile detention centers, advocates call for mass testing in Cleveland

Efforts were made and precautions taken, but it wasn’t enough to stop the coronavirus from reaching Ohio’s juvenile detention facilities, including the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center.

  Covid-19 reaches Ohio juvenile detention centers, advocates call for mass testing in Cleveland

Efforts were made and precautions taken, but it wasn’t enough to stop the coronavirus from reaching Ohio’s juvenile detention facilities, including the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center.

2 Cleveland shootings connected that claimed lives of man and teen on West Side

A pair of Cleveland shootings that claimed the lives of a man and teen Monday night on the city’s West Side appear to be connected, Cleveland Police say.

  Ohio woman sees fraudulent charges on account days after her unemployment application data may have been exposed

Bernadette Nolen says she’s locked out of her Netspend account, after someone made $3000 dollars in fraudulent charges Saturday.

  Reverend still looking for answers after arrest in daughter’s 2018 Slavic Village murder

Jasmine, a 31-year-old mother of three, was beaten to death in 2018. Police just made an arrest in her case.

2020 Murder rate in Northeast Ohio (interactive map)

The interactive map below is based on records and statistics provided to 19 News from area law enforcement agencies.

  ‘Play Ball!’ for Parma senior softball league as Gov. Mike DeWine lifts ban on limited and no-contact sports

Rain cancels Huff-N-Puffers doubleheader but they’re ready to play

Ohio House passes sports gambling bill; meanwhile, Ohio Senate moves to pass its own betting legislation

By a vote of 83-10, the Ohio House passed a bill to legalize sports gambling in the state, which would be regulated by the Ohio Lottery Commission.

Ohio Gov. DeWine leaving decision to hold county fairs up to local leaders

The decisions to hold county fairs should be left with local leaders, according to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine.

Ohio amusement parks could be addressed next week, Gov. DeWine says

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said he is not ready yet to publicly map out a strategy that would allow the state’s amusement parks and museums to reopen during the coronavirus emergency.

Outdoor visitations to Ohio assisted living facilities can resume June 8

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said the state is loosening the COVID-19 restrictions when it comes to visitations to assisted living facilities.

Necco Wafers are returning! Here’s where you can buy the classic candy

You will soon see Necco Wafers on store shelves again after a two-year absence.

Interactive map shows where you can get tested for COVID-19 in Ohio

The Ohio Department of Health provided an interactive map that shows COVID-19 testing sites throughout the state.

2 Cleveland men shot during gun sale; 1 died

Christopher Webb, 21, was shot in the head.

Ohio’s coronavirus death toll up to 2,098; at least 33,915 cases reported statewide

As of Thursday, the Department of Health said 2,098 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 33,915 cases reported statewide.

176 COVID-19 deaths in Summit County

The youngest patient in Summit County was two and the oldest was 102.

24-year-old man found dead in the backyard of a home on Cleveland’s West Side

The victim was shot in the head and died the following day.

Thistledown live racing on track to start soon

The horses return

Ohio natives LeBron James, Machine Gun Kelly react to death of George Floyd while being arrested by Minneapolis police

Northeast Ohio natives LeBron James and Machine Gun Kelly took to social media to weigh in on the death of George Floyd, the man who died while being arrested by Minneapolis police officers.

Citizens help Garfield Heights police catch Walgreens robber

Police said Charles Jackson, 18, was armed with a gun.

Red Cross needs donors for blood drive at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

If you’re looking for a way to contribute to the community during the coronavirus crisis, the Red Cross is still looking for donors to give blood.

  ‘Look,' it’s another playful Story Time with Jamie Sullivan

Join us each weekday morning at 10 a.m. from the reading corner for a new book.

Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank hosting drive-thru distribution

The event is taking place from 3-5 p.m. on Thursday, May 28, at their facility on 350 Opportunity Pkwy.

  Family of 13-year-old girl who was struck, killed during pursuit of stolen car files lawsuit against Cleveland police

The family of a 13-year-old girl who was killed after being hit by a car during a high-speed chase is suing the Cleveland Division of Police in connection to her death.

Coronavirus crisis: 140,381 more Ohioans filed for unemployment in last 10 weeks than last 3 years

A total of 1,257,838 Ohioans filed for unemployment over the last 10 weeks.

Coronavirus crisis: Latest updates in Northeast Ohio for May 28, 2020

With strict guidelines, public pools and Ohio's Bureau of Motor Vehicles locations are among the business sectors allowed to reopen this week.

CVS Health opening 34 new COVID-19 testing sites across Ohio

Out of those 34 testing sites, eight will be located throughout the Greater Cleveland area and even more throughout Northeast Ohio, according to CVS.

Greater Cleveland Food Bank hosting drive-thru distribution in Muni Lot

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.

Cleveland Police searching for missing endangered 63-year-old man with special needs

According to the police report, Gregory Allen Dillard has no teeth, walks slowly, is missing a toe, and is schizophrenic, epileptic, diabetic, and has heart issues.

Cleveland Police: missing 11-year-old returned home

Police said Keaon Giles is 4′11″ tall, 70 lbs., and has short black hair.

ODOT pleads with public after 12th work zone crash since February

Staff at the Ohio Department of Transportation took to Facebook on Wednesday, after a tractor-trailer crashed into the back of a moving ODOT truck that was towing an active lane change sign on US 30 west.

Cleveland’s ‘Light Up the Lake’ Fourth of July fireworks show postponed till September

As many communities across the state continue to navigate safety procedures and best practices for mass gatherings, Light Up the Lake, Cleveland’s official Fourth of July fireworks show, is being rescheduled for Sept. 19.

  UH infectious disease specialist urges people to wear masks

Dr. Amy Edwards stresses masks are critical to stopping the spread of the virus and avoiding a second shutdown of the economy.

  UPDATE: 19 News helps Euclid Hill Villa tenants get A/C switched on

The hot temperatures can take a toll on just about anyone, especially with our elderly community.

  Ohio Representatives introduce bipartisan bill to get kids back to school safely in the fall

Ohio Representatives introduce bipartisan bill to get kids back to school safely in the fall

New ‘Hunger Games’ book sells more than 500,000 copies

A decade after the “Hunger Games” series had apparently ended, readers were clearly ready for more.

  Pediatricians concerned about dramatic drop in wellness visits during pandemic

Pediatricians at MetroHealth have noticed a 50 percent drop in wellness visits during the pandemic.

  Destination Cleveland launching ‘Undefeated’ movement to bring tourism back to city

Destination Cleveland announced a campaign to safely bring tourism back to the city and “lead the city out of the initial phase Covid-19 crisis.”

  Nursing home advocates speak out against state bills that would allow legal immunity during pandemic

Nursing home advocates said the bills would strip away accountability when their loved ones need it the most.

  Killer of reverend’s daughter arrested by officers and FBI, Cleveland Police say

A major development in a 2-year-old cold case: Members of the Cleveland Police Homicide Review Task Force arrested Jamal Kukla, 26, for the murder of Jasmine Washington on Wednesday.

  As some Cleveland businesses rush to reopen, others are taking a more cautious approach

Despite being allowed to reopen, there are still a handful of businesses that have not yet chosen to do so, out of an abundance of caution.

  Ohio EPA & Ohio BMV working through backlog of E-check inspections

E-check stations all over the state have been closed since March 19 because of the coronavirus pandemic, but they reopened on Monday.

  Blank Boutique in Mentor is adapting to changing clothing trends because of Covid-19

Pajama sales are up 150 percent and, bra sales are down 80 percent.

It’s not too late to register for food bank drive-thru

There is still time to register for the Cleveland Food Bank drive-thru distribution scheduled for Thursday, May 28 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the city of Cleveland Muni Lot.

Cleveland extends civil emergency through June 30

Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson signed an order on Tuesday, May 26

3 kids saved from Cleveland house fire

Firefighters said the kids were trapped on the second story of a home.

Coronavirus crisis: Latest updates in Northeast Ohio for May 27, 2020

With strict guidelines, public pools, child care facilities, and Ohio's Bureau of Motor Vehicles locations are among the business sectors allowed to reopen this week.

Officials discover new species of wildlife for Ohio after 45-year search

The Division of Wildlife says researchers have discovered a new species of crayfish for Ohio.

1 man killed, 3 others shot at East Cleveland gas station

There are no arrests at this time, but officers said they have “several persons of interest”.

  Reopening Ohio: Live music performances return to downtown Cleveland

Stella Music Club opens for live music and music fans for the first time since March 14th

Pennsylvania murder suspect believed to be hiding in Cleveland

U.S. Marshals said Marshawn Williams should be considered armed and dangerous.

Cleveland airport parking fees start again June 1

Back to paying for parking

Ohio’s coronavirus death toll up to 2,044; at least 33,439 cases reported statewide

Gov. Mike DeWine is not addressing Ohioans on Wednesday, but the state’s Department of Health still provided updated case numbers.