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Pen pals wanted to keep assisted living community company during the coronavirus crisis

After nearly four months into a strict no-visitor rule due to the coronavirus, a senior care center got crafty with connecting.

Arrive Alive: Summit County residents get a free ride home Fourth of July weekend

Cleveland Police receive 526 fireworks complaints just between June 1-21

  Free drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Wadsworth on Wednesday

FDA: Stay away from potentially toxic hand sanitizers

  Juneteenth celebrations planned across Northeast Ohio

  New study shows that depression among African Americans skyrocket after George Floyd’s death, protests

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Second Harvest Food Bank holding drive-thru ‘Mobile Pantry’ on Lorain County Fairgrounds

  Cleveland police and federal authorities seeking public’s help to bring violent rioters to justice

  Northeast Ohioans are struggling with depression and not seeking help due to the pandemic

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

  'Human Connection’: Ohio native singer Quinn L’Esperance’s new song sets to inspire during coronavirus crisis

Toyota adds 1.2M vehicles to US fuel pump recall

Lineup announced for 41st annual Tri-C JazzFest

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) has announced the lineup of ticketed concerts for the 41st annual Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland, presented by KeyBank, June 25-27 at Playhouse Square.

Be one of the first to ride Orion, Kings Island’s new giga coaster

Kings Island’s tallest, fastest and longest steel coaster will make its debut on Saturday, April 11 but you don’t have to wait that long to ride Orion.

UPS, Spectrum among companies at Ohio Means Jobs career fair

It will take place Tuesday, Oct. 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Holiday Inn 6001 Rockside Road in Independence.

Marshalls Launches New Online Store

Discount chain adds online shopping experience

Buehler’s recalling packaged salads due to possible foreign material contamination

Cleveland Metroparks to host job fair at zoo

Cavaliers holding Dancing Dad auditions Thursday night

Ford recalling Fusion, Ranger models due to transmission issues

  Sudden Union Eye Care closure has customers scrambling for refunds and medical records; 19 Investigates what affected patients need to know

  Cleveland Water Department corrects comical problem of hydrant blocking sidewalk

  Euclid woman reunited with support dog after emotional 2-month separation

Two months ago, we brought you the story of a missing emotional support animal. Peanut, the three-year-old Yorkie, had disappeared from his Euclid home in early February. His owner, Ashley Youngblood, was desperate to get him back. Today, the two are reunited.

Kraft will pay moms up to $100 to cover babysitting costs on Mother’s Day

It’s an offer that sounds too good to be true, but Kraft says they will pay for babysitting costs this upcoming Mother’s Day.

  Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil to Co-Host ‘CBS This Morning’

“This is a start of a new era for CBS News.”

  ’Race to Empower’ Comes to University Circle

Get your exercise while supporting a great cause. Sunday, May 5, people from across Northeast Ohio will put on their running shoes for the ‘Race to Empower'.The race supports the United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Cleveland.

  Stories behind the signs: Push to limit distracted driving in Ohio after increase in deaths

At the end of April 2019, 296 people have died on Ohio roads. That's up four fatalities from this time last year.

  See how Glenville is reshaping its future, brick-by-brick, with millions in new funding

The move is in an effort to boost economic growth and quality of life in one of Cleveland's most historic neighborhoods.

Life-size Mario Kart coming to High Voltage Indoor Karting in September

Tickets are on sale now.

University Hospitals is sponsoring a job fair Tuesday, April 23

Arrive with a positive attitude and SMILE!

  Brooklyn ordinance protects domestic violence victims from fees, penalties for moving

A law in Brooklyn will protect domestic violence victims who want to end their leases to get away from their abusers. The Brooklyn City Council passed the ordinance at its last meeting, which requires landlords to let tenants out of leases, as long as they have a restraining order.

Losartan recall expands for fourth time, targeting dozens more products

The recall has targeted losartan potassium tablets and losartan potassium/hydrochlorothiazide tablets. The pills have been flagged for containing an impurity known as NMBA.

Beyhive buzzing after Beyoncé drops surprise album overnight

The album dropped just minutes after the Netflix documentary “Homecoming”

Ben & Jerry’s issues partial recall of 2 flavors over undeclared nuts

Ben & Jerry’s has recalled a limited quantity of two flavors because they could contain nuts that aren’t declared in the ingredient lists or allergy information lists on the packages.

Mondelēz Global LLC announces limited voluntary recall on Chewy Chips Ahoy

Consumers who have these products should not eat them.

  Krandel Lee Newton, the original butt sketch artist draws the other side of Cleveland

Newton has been "doin' butts" for over 30 years and is widely recognized for his craft.

Bicycle recalled due to injury hazard

CPSC says the company has received two reports of forks breaking with one injury of minor scratches reported.

Cleveland Browns’ Myles Garrett hosting puppy play date at dog park in Kirtland

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  Medina County rape suspect linked to multiple murders in Ohio, Illinois

The former trucker is charged with two counts of aggravated rape, after DNA evidence connected him to the attack of a 17-year-old girl in Medina County.

  Refresh Collective uses creativity, clothing and culture to empower Cleveland youth

‘The Fresh Lab’ on West 54th Street and Denison doubles as a recording space and a storefront.

  Sunny Side Up: Four Young Brothers Taking the Catering World by Storm

They run a business selling cookies, cakes and other foods across the country and they aren’t even teenagers yet.The Yummy Brothers came to the Sunny Side Up studio to show us how the cookie crumbles.

  Gardening for good on Sunny Side Up: Unique urban farm in Willoughby helps train veterans

A Willoughby company is getting national recognition for its urban farm.

  Sunny Side Up: Are rising healthcare cost hurting your wallet?

Americans borrowed $88B to pay for healthcare last year.

  Stories behind the signs: Pedestrian deaths hit 30-year high

This year, 207 people have died on Ohio roadways. On Friday, March 15, Camilo Gabriel, a Cleveland father and husband, crossed the road with his wife, Vilma, to go to a medical appointment at Metro Health. That's when a white SUV headed toward the couple.

  Canton female hooper nicknamed ‘She-Bron’ wins Ms. Ohio Basketball third time (video)

Her name is Kierstan Bell, but you can call her ‘She-Bron.'

  With 200 killed on Ohio roads, bicyclists and scooter riders preach safety, alertness

Every year, there are fatal crashes on Ohio roads, collisions between smaller-wheeled machines like scooters and bikes--and much larger vehicles, like trucks and cars.

Sunny Side Up: Northeast Ohio raising smoking age due to popularity of e-cigarettes

The city followed behind Cleveland and Akron thanks in part to the popularity of e-cigarettes.

  Sunny Side Up: Eastlake man facing felony charges after beating rape suspect

Should charges be dropped?

  Top headlines for Monday, March 25

Here's what you need to look out for

Hill’s Pet Nutrition expands recall of dog food due to toxic levels of vitamin D

Hill’s initial recall involved 675,000 cases—or 13.5 million cans—and led to an unknown number of pet illnesses and deaths.

Tyson recalls 69,000 pounds of chicken strips over possible metal contamination

Retail locations across the U.S. received the recalled strips.

  Meatless ‘Impossible Burger’ is the real deal, we tried it ourselves at CityWorks in Pinecrest

“It cooks just like a burger, it’s kind of scary.”

  ADHD patients on amphetamines like Adderall might be at greater risk of psychosis, research finds

While the overall risk for psychosis is very low, more than twice the amount of patients in an amphetamine group in the study were affected by psychosis compared to those in a methylphenidate group.

Drinking hot tea doubles risk of cancer, study says

According to the University College of London, hot drinks in general are an established risk factor for cancer. (Source: CNN)

’That’s So Cleveland’ bracket: What represents ‘The Land’ the best?

Our That’s So Cleveland Bracket lets you crown what is the “most Cleveland.

  ODOT: If gas tax passage fails, ‘Dead Man’s Curve’ project will stall out

Debate continues over the proposal to increase Ohio's gas tax by 18 cents a gallon. The change, which is now in the hands of lawmakers, has met hurdles.

Join us for live newscasts at Hofbrauhaus to celebrate Odell Beckham Jr.'s trade to Cleveland

Come party with us from our 4, 5 and 6 p.m. broadcasts

  Cuyahoga County considers regulations to bring e-scooters to Cleveland streets

In summer 2018, electric scooters appeared on the streets of Cleveland. The company Bird dropped off a couple dozen of the e-scooters, which riders can pick up, pay for with a credit card, and then ride to their destination where they can drop it off anywhere they like.

  Akron task force issues recommendation to avoid another wintry mess

An Akron task force that has been looking into the city's response following the January 19 snow storm has released its recommendations for improving snow plowing in the future.

  GM Lordstown workers brace for the unknown as plant winds down production

More than 1,400 workers left the GM Lordstown plant for the last time on Wednesday.

  Expert provides tips on how to avoid a pileup following massive collision near Hudson

More than 60 cars were involved in a pileup on Route 8 near Stow, causing up to 25 people to be injured. Although none of the injuries are life-threatening, many of the drivers remain understandably shaken up.

  ‘Walls of Love’ signs disappear across Cleveland, volunteers step up to replace them

The founder of "Walls of Love," a project dedicated to providing cold-weather necessities for people in need around Cleveland, says six signs have disappeared. The signs were posted in some of the 52 locations where people can drop off mittens, hats, gloves, and other items for those who need them.

  Stories behind the sign: The deadly dangers of not ‘moving over’ for stopped vehicles

The Move Over law requires all drivers to move over one lane or slow down when they see flashing lights on the side of the interstate.

  13 black inventors in addition to Cleveland’s own Garrett Morgan (photos/video)

Staff at the Fatima Family Center set up an exhibit celebrating black inventors during the final days of February.

  Move Over: Why does this law matter?

The story behind the signs airs Thursday night at 6 p.m.

  Cleveland art exhibit attracts star-studded guests for a good cause (photos/video)

The show was a combination of international and Cleveland bred artists displaying what happens when art and the brand collide.

  Paranormal retail store opens up shop in Lakewood

The merchandise on the shelves is predictably paranormal.

You can become the next mascot for the Akron RubberDucks

The Akron RubberDucks are looking for entertaining and talented individuals to be one of the official mascots for the 2019 season.

  Power outages continue across Northeast Ohio

Power outages continue across Northeast Ohio, after high-speed winds toppled trees and knocked over power lines on Sunday. First Energy reported hundreds of customers still without electricity on Tuesday morning.

  Sunny Side Up: Should Youtube do more to monitor kids’ content?

A clip of a man teaching how to slit wrists was found spliced between a children's cartoon.

  Company who owns Cleveland parking garage responds to reported rape at the location

Cleveland 19 News is digging deeper, following the reported rape, robbery, and attempted kidnapping of a woman in a downtown parking garage on Valentine's Night.

You can send Valentines to patients at Children’s hospitals

Make a child's day by sending them some love.

  Cleveland artist uses pop culture to showcase changing faces of Black History

“I like to call it bridging the gap. You can learn about history and be cultural in the same breath.”

  Sunny Side Up: Which day are you celebrating Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day falls on a weekday this year, meaning couples are planning frantically around work schedules and kids.

  Couple accused of stealing 94-year-old man’s entire life savings has bond set at $5,000

They are accused of only leaving him $5.

  Watch this hilarious video celebrating Jeff Tanchak for National Weather Person’s Day

We dug through the archives to show clips of First Alert Meteorologist Jeff Tanchak this morning on Sunny Side Up.

Sunny Side Up: Should pit bulls be banned?

Parma City Council members recently voted on a resolution to allow residents to decide on a pit bull ban.

  Cleveland 19, Kitchen Saver serving up kitchen makeovers to Northeast Ohio veterans

Cleveland 19 and Kitchen Saver have teamed up to offer makeovers for military veterans.

  Ohio ties to Super Bowl LIII are strong, despite Cleveland Browns’ absence

There are a few familiar faces on the list, along with some that help out behind the scenes.

  Stories behind the sign: A closer look at the deaths on Ohio roads

You've seen the signs on Ohio roadways. As the days go on, they tell us how many people have died in traffic crashes and other road incidents so far that year. Last year, that number reached 1,071--the total number of fatalities in the year 2018.