19 Investigates confirmed with East Cleveland Police that their officer who shot and killed a suspect after a high speed case is now back on the job, despite push back from city leaders and community members.
A doctor’s office in Northeast Ohio is at the center of a 19 News investigation after patients have filed complaints with Cuyahoga County, accusing staff of giving patients misleading information on COVID testing.
Ohio’s Department of Job and Family Services Director Kim Hall gave an honest and straight forward answer about what would happen if the unemployment system is flooded with claims like it was when the pandemic broke out.
Earlier this week, we showed you an employee we caught on camera, asking a customer to put his mask back on correctly. As we traveled across town, we discovered that not all workers take that initiative.
Victims who lost money trying to purchase cleaning products during the pandemic are getting some action.A federal judge in Northeast Ohio ordered several websites to take down fake ads for supplies after a lawsuit filed by the Federal Trade Commission’s Cleveland office.
The state of Ohio opened applications for three types of grants this week.One for small-business owners. One specifically for bars and restaurants. And one for people who need help with mortgage payments and utility bills.
Nurse practitioners are questioning their own education at some colleges. There’s no national standard on how to educate nurse practitioners, while medical education for doctors was standardized more than 100 years ago.
The United States Postal Service’s delivery performance has become a major point of contention, especially in battleground states this election since thousands of voters are mailing ballots instead of voting in person.
A local police supervisor is accused, by one of his officers, of attempting to steal drugs seized as evidence. 19 News obtained video of the incident and the internal investigation that followed.We’ve also confirmed the FBI is now investigating as well.
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.
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.