Ohio AG Dave Yost sues FirstEnergy, Householder and others over House Bill 6

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost filed a lawsuit in Franklin County on Tuesday, accusing FirstEnergy, former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and several others of a “pattern of corrupt activity.”

  Medina man accused of killing wife and mother-in-law pleads not guilty again in court

  Embattled Cleveland dance teacher charged in sexual abuse case claims he’s innocent

Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank hosting drive-thru distribution on Thursday

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

Breonna Taylor Case: Brett Hankison indicted on 3 counts of wanton endangerment

No new deaths, but 16 more confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland

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Protesters hold rally at Cleveland’s Free Stamp after Breonna Taylor ruling

  Cyclists riding from Cincinnati to Cleveland to raise awareness for suicide prevention

  6-year-old Akron girl dies nearly 2 weeks after she was shot while sitting in a vehicle

Wife of officer involved in Breonna Taylor shooting writes letter, empathizes with Taylor’s mother for her loss

Armed fugitive arrested after a nearly 2 hour standoff with Akron police, U.S. Marshals

  Northeast Ohio weather: Warming up through the weekend, rain returns on Sunday

52 deaths, an additional 903 COVID-19 cases reported in Ohio over the last 24 hours

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health said 4,687 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 146,753 cases reported statewide since the start of the pandemic.

Oh Fudge! Christmas Story Run canceled for 2020

If you have already registered for the 2020 event, refunds will be issued by Sept. 30.

  Kent State issues coronavirus alert to students; new rules include ban on parties

Kent State University has issued an alert to students, banning parties for two-weeks among other measures, as Portage County rose to a red risk level.

Former Cleveland dance teacher pleads not guilty to 74 felony crimes, including rape and kidnapping of former students

Terence Greene, 54, of Garfield Heights, was indicted on 74 felony counts including multiple counts of rape, sexual battery, felonious assault and kidnapping.

  Victim in court says former Solon Middle School band teacher inappropriately touched her when she was 12

Cleveland woman murdered on the city’s East side

Republican lawmakers file ‘Restore Ohio Now’ bill calling for end to COVID-19 state of emergency order

Greater Cleveland Aquarium to host ‘Pumpkins & Piranhas’ Halloween celebration

2 men shot in Canton drive-by, police say

Apparent drunken hiker faces criminal charges for calling police after he got lost

Several Northeast Ohio communities cancel city-organized Halloween events; list of trick-or-treat times

COVID-19 concerns have already prompted several Northeast Ohio communities to cancel city-promoted Halloween events.

Akron police find man shot to death in vehicle

The man's body had multiple gunshot wounds.

Man’s body found on ground in Cleveland

Police found the body of 26-year-old Mark Thompson Tuesday.

Kent State University warns students to avoid gatherings, parties for 2 weeks

Portage County is in Red Risk Level 3.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Public Square to close permanently

47 employees will lose their jobs.

2 die in fiery car crash, Cleveland fire says

The crash happened early Wednesday morning.

  Cleveland Metroparks Zoo to host Trick-or-Treat Fest with ‘spook-tacular’ live performances and social distancing

This year's safe and family-friendly Halloween event will take place on weekends from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. from Oct. 9-31.

  Lorain County SWAT officer won’t be criminally charged for 2018 of 62-year old man

Tuesday, a Lorain County grand jury refused to criminally charge an officer from the Lorain County SWAT, who was involved in the deadly shooting of Daniel Calala.

'Despondent’ suspect hospitalized after CMHA Police officer-involved shooting

According to the report, a Y-Haven employee called CMHA Police to the scene for a “despondent” male who was a threat to one of the employees.

  Cleveland Heights Police warn about phone scam targeting senior citizens

Cleveland Heights Police say several people have been getting phone calls from someone who claims to be with the Cleveland Heights Police Department.

Mentor Police search for Dodge Charger and suspects inside who were involved in burglary

Call Detective Vernick at (440) 255-1234 if you know who the Charger belongs to.

Brunswick Police search for suspected Dollar General shoplifter caught on security camera

Call Officer Kiernozek at (330) 225-9111 if you can identify him.

  New police body camera video shows Cleveland Heights officers save woman from burning house

The Cleveland Heights police Department released additional body camera video showing several officers rescue a woman from a house fire.

South Euclid Police searching for suspected T.J. Maxx thieves captured by security cameras

Call Det. Marabito at (216) 691-4257 if you can identify them.

South Euclid Police searching for missing 16-year-old girl

Call the South Euclid Police Department at (216) 381-1234 if you see her.

South Euclid Police searching for missing 13-year-old girl

Call the South Euclid Police Department at (216) 381-1234 if you see her.

  Northeast Ohio weather: A warm-up is on the way for the first few days of Fall

Another chilly morning

No new deaths, but 9 more confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland

Health officials said the new confirmed cases include males and females whose ages range from their 20s to their 70s.

  Victim in KSU ‘peeping Tom’ case says she was not notified of court date, prosecutor disagrees

Steven Franzreb was sentenced on Monday to probation, with strict guidelines to stay in mental health counseling, after he admitted that in 2 instances he walked onto the porches of Kent State University sorority houses, in a Speedo, and peered into the windows.

  University of Akron students determined to make their mark in election

Tuesday was National Voter Registration Day and college students all over the U.S. are taking steps for the big vote in November.

  MetroHealth is making sure people safely get their flu shot on time

Susan Baumgartner woke up bright & early to get her flu shot at MetroHealth in Middleburg Heights.

  Cleveland schools CEO: CMSD at critical crossroads as tax renewal vote approaches

In his annual state of the district address on Tuesday, the head of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, CEO Eric Gordon, called for the need to bridge the gaps in inequality to establish a long-term pattern of success.

Louisville mayor declares state of emergency, bans on-street parking ahead of Breonna Taylor announcement

Two executive orders were signed by Louisville mayor Greg Fischer ahead of an announcement concerning a decision in the Breonna Taylor case.

Interfaith organizations lead prayer as city awaits decision in Breonna Taylor case

Leaders of all different faiths participated in prayer, meditation, songs and chants.

Race and violence, the Supreme Court among topics for presidential debate in Cleveland (list)

The organization responsible for sponsoring the presidential debates said moderator Chris Wallace selected the topics ahead of Cleveland’s event.

  New, affordable high speed internet access being installed in 5 Cleveland neighborhoods

Digital C is a non profit working to install affordable high speed internet in five Cleveland neighborhoods.

Federal, county officials raid University Heights butcher shop

There is no word at this time if anyone was arrested.

‘System error’ impacts nearly 60,000 Ohio voter registration requests

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said a “system error” with the Ohio Benefits system impacted approximately 59,000 voter registration requests.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Road closures for the presidential debate in Cleveland

Road closures and traffic restrictions begin on Sept. 22 and last until Oct. 1.

12 deaths, an additional 685 COVID-19 cases reported in Ohio over the last 24 hours

As of Tuesday, the Department of Health said 4,635 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 145,850 cases reported statewide since the start of the pandemic.

  18-year-old held on $3 million bond in killing of Cleveland Detective James Skernivitz

The murders happened on Sept. 3 in the area of W. 65th Street and Storer Avenue.

  Cleveland woman wins Caregiver of the Year award, receives $5,000

Debbie Moorefield beat out more than 5,000 in-home caregivers across the country to win first place.

  Cuyahoga County Sheriff makes changes after May 30 riot in Downtown Cleveland

Changes include more deputies who completed the FEMA Mobile Field Force Training.

Cleveland schools CEO on reopening in November: ‘We have not made a decision yet’

Gordon’s remarks come as approximately 38,000 Cleveland school students are fully-immersed in remote learning for the first nine weeks of the school year

  Arraignment for driver charged in Akron Route 8 fiery crash which killed 18-year-old

Jared Marcum, 18, of North Canton, was struck and killed by the gasoline tanker truck around 7:45 a.m. on Aug. 25.

  GRAPHIC: Utah police release footage after officers shoot 13-year-old boy

A 13-year-old Utah boy with autism was shot by police after his mother asked for help getting him hospital mental-health treatment and officers agreed to talk with him, police footage released Monday showed.

Husband, wife found dead in Lorain County shooting

The Sheriff's Office checked the property after a man called them, unable to reach his sister or her husband.

Former Avon fire chief arrested again, now charged with public indecency

Frank Root Jr. remains out on bond.

President Trump’s Ohio supporters boo Gov. DeWine, face masks during campaign rally

Attendants at an Ohio campaign stop for President Donald Trump booed Gov. Mike DeWine on Monday.

$10 million gift donated to University Hospitals will boost cancer research

Last week, University Hospitals (UH) announced it received a $10 million gift that will put towards immunotherapy research in the Cleveland hospitals.

Man found dead in after Tuesday morning shooting in Akron

Police found the 27-year-old man dead in an apartment.

  President Trump during Ohio campaign rally: COVID-19 ‘affects virtually nobody’

During his appearance in Swanton, the president claimed that COVID-19 “affects virtually nobody” young because of their stronger immune systems.

Fire at Colfor Manufacturing in Malvern causes damage, closes schools

The fire started early Tuesday morning.

Closures and restrictions schedule one week before presidential debate

The presidential debate in Cleveland is a week away.

Substitute teacher job fair happening in Summit County Tuesday

Substitute teachers for 16 school districts will be hired at the job fair.

  Cleveland Clinic doctor offers advice for expectant mothers during the pandemic

COVID-19 has turned everything we know upside down, including the way we celebrate life’s most precious moments–like the birth of a baby. There are a lot of new rules and restrictions at hospitals that new parents should know before they go.

  Police chase ends with crash in North Olmsted

The chase started in East Cleveland.

Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse hosting National Voter Registration Day event Tuesday

National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 22.

Woman wanted by Willowick Police for allegedly stealing money from Savers thrift store

Police said the theft happened around 2 p.m. on Monday.

Willowick Police looking for woman wanted in connection to attempted theft

Police said the incident happened in the area of Baybridge Boulevard.

Man accused of assault and criminal damaging wanted by Elyria Police

Police said the incident happened on Saturday in the 300 block of Broad Street.

  Northeast Ohio weather: Warming trend begins Tuesday, the first day of fall

Clear and chilly morning

Elyria Police searching for suspected burglar caught on surveillance camera

Police said the burglary happened in the 1000 Block of Barbara Street on Wednesday.

John Carroll University ranked best regional university in Ohio by U.S. News & World Report

This is the second consecutive year JCU has ranked second best in the midwest and the 32nd consecutive year in the midwest’s top 10.

No new deaths, but child among 16 more confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Cleveland

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

Another RTA employee tests positive for COVID-19; bringing the total to 37

RTA officials said 34 employees previously diagnosed with COVID-19 have fully recovered and have returned to work.

  City Visitor group working with major employers to draw talent to Cleveland

City Visitor is working with JobsOhio and other local development groups to bring more job seekers and talent to Northeast Ohio.

  100 Progressive Insurance employees volunteer at Ohio’s unemployment offices to help process claims

Last week in an update from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, we learned that unemployment numbers in Ohio are still high.