After receiving our questions on how to keep students safe, the Fire Marshal’s office put out guidance on how to carry out a drill, recognizing that it “may not be possible to maintain social distancing during all portions of a safety drill.”
The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Cleveland on Friday, comes after a 19 News investigation revealed decades of sexual assault allegations against Terence Greene, who taught dance at Cleveland School of the Arts.
19 News investigators have confirmed a local attorney is planning to file a federal lawsuit against the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and a former dance teacher who is under criminal investigation.
19 Investigates first reported this story Thursday at 6 p.m. The warrant states a former student told police Greene, 54, preformed oral sex on him in a dressing room at the Cleveland School of the Arts in 2008.
An outpouring of emotion from two women who describe sexual abuse by a former Solon high school band director. 19 News first reported these allegations back in June, but on Tuesday some of the victims shared their stories for the first time.
The federal government just announced it is ramping up Covid-19 testing in nursing homes, sending about 400 tests to each facility nationwide with rapid results that could come back as fast as 15 minutes.
Hubbard is throwing his support behind Ohio Senate Bill 256. The bill would abolish the sentence of life without the possibility of parole for kids and give juveniles serving long sentences in adult prison a chance at getting out early.
As scammers continue to take advantage of people during the pandemic, members of the Cuyahoga County Scam Squad are warning there is nothing you can buy or carry to exempt you from the mask mandate we’re all being told to follow right now in Cleveland.
19 Investigates discovered that Ohio departments have actually been getting significantly less equipment from the military in recent years, as the militarization of police continues to be a citizen concern.
An analysis of state nursing home inspections and records of COVID-19 infections associated with nursing homes by the Washington Post reveals dozens of facilities had infection-related violations in the months before coronavirus infections.