$2 million bond for woman charged in 2012 Summit County murder of Army veteran

Cleveland police: No criminal charges filed against Myles Garrett for on-field altercation

One injured in an overnight bar shooting in South Euclid

  Myles Garrett on fight: ‘I lost my cool’

  Customers help deer trapped in Wooster Walmart

  Westlake police warning parents of a potentially dangerous social media platform

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  Commuter Cast for Friday, Nov. 15

Cleveland police: Dead homicide suspect identified after officer-involved shooting overnight

  Residents evacuated, school closed after explosion in Pepper Pike

Man looking for sex through dating app attacked with bat and shot in the head

  Baby deer caught in fence carefully freed by Euclid first responders (video)

ALDI now delivering beer and wine just in time for the holiday season

Plans unveiled for new Cleveland Police HQ along Opportunity Corridor

Mayor Frank Jackson unveiled an ambitious plan Thursday to build a new police headquarters in Cleveland’s Opportunity Corridor.

Dave Grohl rocks it on Sesame Street for show’s 50th season

Big Bird, David Grohl and Elmo sing their way across America in “Here We Go Song.”

  Electric ‘Endurance’ truck puts Lordstown back on the map

The Chevy Cruze sign at the shuttered Lordstown GM plant is down, but a new hope is on the horizon.

  'It was definitely a trigger’: Audio recordings detail what man told police after apparent suicide turned to alleged murder

For the first time, we’re hearing audio recordings from inside a hospital where a murder suspect was recovering.

Washington is the latest to allow people to change their gender designation to ‘X’ on driver licenses

Browns scout to attend Colin Kaepernick’s workout run by former Cleveland coach Hue Jackson

Cleveland Browns waive troubled wide receiver Antonio Callaway; reportedly faces 10-game suspension

Parma Police K-9 shows what he thinks Browns DE Myles Garrett will do to Steelers QB

  Driver changes plea, sentenced to 5 years for deadly Akron hit-skip crash

  Portage County Sheriff provides blank disc when jail assault video was promised

Former Cuyahoga County Jail Director pleads not guilty to additional criminal charges

7 inmates died while Kenneth Mills was in charge.

Suicide deaths increased by 45% in Ohio between 2007-2018, ODH reports

The Ohio Department of Health released startling new information regarding the state’s suicide rate.

Student brought weapon to Garfield Heights High School

Police say charges are pending.

Woman robbed in Akron home; suspects armed with handgun

Akron police are investigating a home invasion after a woman reports that several men broke into her home and robbed her with a weapon.

  Man indicted for leading East Cleveland police on a chase with a baby in the car

Danny McCall, 54, will be arraigned Nov. 18.

No-Shave November: Why you’ll see hairier anchors on 19 News this month

19 News anchors are participating in No-Shave November.

Cleveland Cavaliers star Kevin Love receives NBA Cares award for raising awareness about mental health

Kevin Love is an NBA champion, an All-Star, and he is now being recognized for his contributions off the court.

11-year-old girl starved, video-taped, forced to sleep on urine-stained mattress, Brown County prosecutor says

The child was just 47 lbs. and in a diaper when officers found her, prosecutors say

Semi crash injures one, scatters mail and closes traffic overnight on I-90 Eastbound in Avon

According to police, the highway is closed between State Route 611 and State Route 83.

  Commuter Cast for Thursday, Nov. 14

Here’s a look at what you can expect on your drive to work this morning.

  Lordstown Motors Corporation showing off newly purchased GM Lordstown Plant

Lordstown Motors Corporation recently purchased the closed GM Lordstown Plant and plans to produce an electric truck sometime in 2020.

  All you need to know for the Browns game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Cleveland

The Cleveland Browns are up against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football.

Giant Eagle hiring more than 250 employees in the Cleveland area

The positions are permanent full and part-time positions.

  Shelby police face backlash after running over alleged rabid raccoon; “reviewing policy"

The Shelby police department is facing some local backlash after a video surfaced of an officer running over a raccoon with a police cruiser.

Cleveland police find lost child

Police are looking for a 12-year-old boy who is considered to be in danger.

  Regular or diet pop can lead to circulatory and digestive issues that can be fatal, study says

Dietitians suggest that you go cold turkey to eliminate pop, a gradual reduction in your daily intake is the best way to try and eliminate soft drinks.

Russo Brothers filming at Chanel High School before it meets the wrecking ball

Joe and Anthony Russo, the blockbuster Marvel directors who grew up in Mayfield Village, have spent the last few weeks shooting in Northeast Ohio for their new film, “Cherry.”

  Cleveland review board recommends brief suspension for officer who tackled and detained Tamir Rice’s sister as he lay dying

An attorney for Tamir Rice’s family called a recent decision by a police review board “absurd.”

  Lung cancer survivor’s story shows how Ohio can improve treatment

Ohio has not been doing very well at helping patients with lung cancer.

  ‘I couldn’t even commit suicide right’: Trial continues for man accused of intentionally crashing car into oncoming traffic, killing driver

A man on trial for murder is accused of intentionally ramming his car into oncoming traffic in a suicide attempt.

Lorain City School District CEO unanimously ousted from position

The Lorain City School District community is unified in the decision to relieve CEO David Hardy Jr. of his duties, according to Board of Education President Mark Ballard.

  Disney Plus racks up 10 million subscribers, adds warning to some older shows

Disney Plus is projected to reach up to 90 million global subscribers by 2025.

Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad ‘Dinner on a Train’ returns for 2020 season

The dinner tours were hugely popular last year.

  Northeast Ohio organization pushing for criminal justice reform

Across the country, as well as in Cleveland, popular support for criminal justice reform is at an all-time high.

  Arrest made in death of 6-year-old Cleveland girl who was shot while sleeping

Arrest in shooting of 6 year old.

Cleveland Clinic gifted $261 million; largest monetary donation in hospital system’s history

Cleveland Clinic announced on Wednesday that the hospital system received is largest financial gift in the system’s 100-year history.

Sheffield Lake home shot into in broad daylight by men forcing their way in while residents were inside

According to police, the residents heard a noise at the back door and saw two or three men starting to force their way inside.

  Cleveland woman uses wine bottle in attack, wanted for felony assault

The Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department featured Cheryl Harris on this week’s Wanted Wednesday, who has several warrants for her arrest after allegedly attacking a person with a wine bottle.

Mystery artist draws giant snow spider web in downtown Cleveland (video)

Someone took advantage of the fresh coating of snow in downtown Cleveland on Tuesday.

Canton teen pleads guilty to murdering 14-year-old girl

Syliva McGee was shot in the head in a Canton alley

Cleveland police ask for public’s help after woman is victim of hit-skip

The suspect vehicle is unknown, but was described as a blue truck.

  Cleveland police arrest suspect in murder of 6-year-old girl who was fatally shot while sleeping in South Collinwood home

Lyric-Melodi Lawson was killed on Oct. 5.

Ohio State’s Chase Young will miss 1 more game for NCAA violation

The Ohio State University’s star defensive end Chase Young will have to sit out one last game as part of his punishment for accepting a personal loan back in 2018 against NCAA rules.

  Canadian teen under investigation for allegedly calling in fake murder call to Parma police

The teen could be charged with inducing panic.

Chase involving Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers ends in crash in Euclid

Suspect crashed in the 2500 block of N. Lakeland Blvd.

Euclid animal shelter pleads for donations to give severely emaciated puppy a fighting chance at life

“Any little bit helps because Rocky needs the best care we could possibly give him! He is the sweetest thing and needs a second chance on life to know there is love, there’s hope and the world isn’t as ugly as it has treated him. Let’s give this boy a fighting chance!”

Cleveland Heights courts to offer amnesty to individuals with misdemeanor warrants

For one day only, the Cleveland Heights Municipal Court system is hosting Warrant Amnesty Day.

  Judge sentences man to death for killing Garfield Heights siblings in front of their mother

The man convicted of killing his then-girlfriend’s children was sentenced to death on Wednesday afternoon.

  Two brothers sentenced for involvement in death of man outside of Cleveland’s Academy Tavern

Two brothers involved in the stabbing death of a cook are expected to be sentenced on Wednesday.

  Court still deciding if accused Akron serial arsonist is competent to stand trial

A total of 9 people were killed in the fires.

Costco says $75 coupons are a scam

If you’re on Facebook a lot, chances are you’ve seen Costco coupons circulating this week.

Bedford High School teacher placed on administrative leave

Police investigating alleged inappropriate relationship with a student.

Opening statements delivered as public impeachment hearing for President Trump begins (live video)

The impeachment inquiry regarding the investigation into a whistleblower complaint against President Donald Trump went public for the first time.

Cincinnati-area high school announces mandatory drug tests for all students beginning in 2020

A student's refusal to take the test will be considered a positive result.

Commuter Cast for Friday, Nov. 8

Here’s a look at what you can expect on your drive to work this morning.

North Olmsted Police looking for suspect who allegedly struck officer with car

North Olmsted police need help identifying a suspect who allegedly hit an officer with a car while fleeing.

  RTA in DC looking for millions in funding for maintenance, rail car replacement

Leaders for the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) are in Washington D.C. attempting to gain federal funding for the program.

  Despite new law, Ohioans struggle to get lifesaving prescription refills: ’I shouldn’t have to beg for a drug that’s going to keep my daughter alive’

One family’s heartbreak is now helping to save the lives of thousands of people, and they’re hoping for more awareness about a life saving law.

  ODOT variable speed limit program reducing accidents on treacherous stretch of I-90

The winter storm that swept through Northeast Ohio caused multiple accidents and some of those were severe, including a multi-car accident on Route 8 that included 95 cars.

  Mentor-on-the-Lake mother alerting parents after son suffers severe allergic reaction to flu shot

This time of year the signs are everywhere, telling you to get a flu shot.

Serial purse snatcher caught and slapped with felony charges, Summit County Sheriff reports

Jarod Lauderdale, who is accused of ripping purses from the arms of several elderly women in Summit and Stark counties, was arrested Tuesday by sheriff’s deputies.

  Man faces murder charges after failed suicide attempt triggered deadly crash in Willoughby Hills, prosecutors say

A failed attempt at suicide; that’s why a man accelerated and plowed into another car, according to prosecutors.

  Cleveland APL Pet of the Week: Winnie can be your sledding buddy this winter

Marc’s and the Cleveland Animal Protective League have teamed up with 19 News’ Chief Meteorologist Jason Nicholas to find a home for one special dog or cat every week.

Bainbridge Township police: Man said he fired gun because he thought Bigfoot was trying to enter his home

A Bainbridge Township man told investigators that he fired his firearm because he thought Bigfoot was trying to break into his house.

Akron man sentenced to life in prison for raping 7-year-old girl

A Summit County man will spend the rest of his life in prison after learning his sentence for sexually assaulting a young girl he knew.

Man who shot girlfriend after she denied him sex sent off to Ohio prison

Man shot girlfriend after he was denied sex.

  Police: Up to 95 vehicles tied up in Tuesday morning’s chain-reaction crash on State Route 8

Traffic came to a standstill on State Route 8 in Summit County as winter weather moved through the area.

Solon businesses hiring over 600 people

Job fair will be held on Fri, Nov. 15.