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7th grade boy donates $15,000 earnings from Huron County Fair to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Western Reserve Schools is commending one of their seventh grade students for an act of kindness that is helping other kids his age in need.

New Middletown Police arrest 20-year-old man who allegedly threatened Jewish community

Backup QBs lead Browns past Colts 21-18 as Hunt returns

  25th Anniversary of ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ comes to Ohio prison where it was filmed

4-year-old Garfield Heights boy struck and killed by car in Portage County

  Plane carrying 153 passengers lands safely at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport after smoke fills cockpit

Firefighter injured battling garage fire in North Olmsted

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Dayton mayor receives threats after comments by Trump

Garfield Heights photographer who disappeared en route to a job returns home

Fatally shot woman found laying in the middle of the road, Maple Heights police investigating

3 men rescued after boat capsizes near Conneaut, 1 still missing

Ohio newspaper to begin publishing Vindicator edition

  Have you ever heard of metal gravel? Canton couple mistakenly buys it for driveway

Cleveland mail carrier robbed at gunpoint, police want help identifying suspect

“Don’t turn around or I’ll shoot you. Give me your wallet”.

  Sold out Cleveland Ice Cream Crawl is first of its kind

This hasn’t been done before – a Cleveland based Ice Cream Crawl

  Waiting in the dark for a scheduled ride is not sitting well with a blind woman using the RTA in Cuyahoga County

The RTA is working to expand its services to solve the issue.

  Parma City Schools invests over $40,000 for security barricades at all 15 schools

In a school climate where mass shootings have become the norm, Superintendent Charlie Smialek wants to ensure the district is doing everything it can to keep students safe.

1987 homicide in Cuyahoga Falls remains a mystery, new DNA tests could create profile to find killer

Don’t let someone scam you, know what to look for

Tallmadge police are asking for help identifying female who is suspect in Goodwill purse thefts

  Vandals destroy playground equipment

  Surveillance video shows burglar in Ohio fall, then fall again, oh, then fall again (video)

Doylestown Police searching for 63-year-old man last seen Sunday

9-year-old Canton girl bitten by shark at Florida beach infamous for being in world’s capital for shark bites

Safety officials said the Canton girl was wading in knee-deep water when she suffered the bite.

  I-77 closes for construction over the weekend

The lanes will close at 8 p.m. on Friday and are scheduled to reopen at 5 a.m. on Monday.

  Questions swirl around e-scooters coming to Cleveland suburbs

E-scooters are heading back to the area, and not just Cleveland, but the suburbs, too.

  Personnel file finally turned over for Cleveland officer charged with stealing from Walmart

Cleveland police officer Tashalee Norris has been arraigned on robbery and aggravated theft charges for allegedly stealing from a North Olmsted Super Walmart in March.

I-480 eastbound lanes reopened following 2-car crash

The lanes are starting to reopen as crews clear the scene.

  Perry High School students face $170 fine if caught vaping in school (Should they? POLL)

Students at Perry High School will start the school year with an expensive warning: a $170 fine for vaping in class.

US Marshals capture Akron man 48 hours after 18-year-old murdered in the street

U.S. Marshals hauled in a murder suspect on Friday afternoon who is accused of shooting a young man in the head on Aug. 14.

Algal bloom in Lake Erie captured on satellite imagery from space

Lake Erie’s algal bloom is so large this summer, it can even be seen from space.

  I-271 reopens in Macedonia after semi-truck carrying vehicles crashes

A semi-truck carrying several vehicles crashed early Friday morning on I-271 in Macedonia.

  Northeast Ohio weather: Waves of storms this weekend

ALERT for slow moving storms this afternoon that could turn severe

Street bike riders converge at Cleveland’s Muni Lot to bend gravity and dance with the pavement

According to the City of Cleveland, XDL Freeride Fest is an event for local and visiting bike riders who want a safe and legal space to practice.

Hathaway Brown makes history as first in U.S. with varsity esports team

They had a smiles on their faces, all while fighting the stigma that women don’t play video games.

Cuyahoga County adds 36 corrections officers to downtown Cleveland’s jail staff

The Cuyahoga County Jail is bolstering its staff at the downtown correctional facility.

  2 teens, ages 13 and 16, charged with allegedly assaulting homeless men with baseball bats in Wooster

The Wayne County prosecutor announced charges for two teenagers in connection to the brutal attack of a group of homeless men who were sleeping outside of a church.

Tyson recalling nearly 40,000 lbs. of chicken patties due to foreign matter contamination

The USDA classifies the health risk as "high."

  Sunny Side Up: Weight loss apps now targeting children?

Would you let your preteen use this weight loss app?

Police investigating after man stabbed to death at Elyria gas station

A man is dead and police are investigating after a bloody scene played out at an Elyria gas station early Friday morning.

Pepper Pike say missing teen boy returned safe

He left his home after an argument with his father.

  Northeast Ohio Weather: Low 80s and mostly cloudy today

Things are fairly quiet this morning.

  Russo brothers plans to shoot next movie in Cleveland are shot down

The temporary removal of Ohio’s tax credit for the film industry led to a change of production plans for the Russo’s next film.

  Tallmadge dog rescued after getting stuck in storm drain

One dog was having a “ruff” day when he slipped through a storm drain grate on Thursday.

  Controversy heating up over sale of Confederate flag at Lorain County Fair

“As a veteran. I fought for this country, and as a wounded veteran I bled for this country.”

  Willoughby-Eastlake High Schools delay opening until Sept. 3 due to unfinished construction and safety concerns

Willoughby-Eastlake North and South High Schools were supposed to open on Aug. 15. As we previously reported, of the first day of school has been moved to Sept. 3.

  19 Follow-up Files: Parma Heights bus stop no longer a hazard after 19 News intervenes

Thanks to phone calls made to the city, this bus stop -- located at the intersection of West 130th Street and Pearl Road -- is now much safer. The pickup spot was a major frustration for commuter Emery Pinter just a week ago.

  Clumsy burglar breaks into Ohio Dollar General, hilarity ensues (video)

That had to leave a bruise

  Akron newlyweds design arcade game for wedding ceremony

No garters, no bouquets, just a video game.

  Doctor convicted of raping co-worker after party sentenced to 3 years in prison

Attorney Kevin Spellacy has had several cases in recent weeks similar to today’s, where Doctor Kelly Roan was convicted of rape after an allegation by a co-worker.

Clear the City Dogs Cleveland shelter with reduced $21 adoption fee on Saturday

With the dog days of summer still here, now is the time to adopt your own four-legged friend.

Ohio doctor facing years behind bars after peddling tens of thousands of painkillers, prosecutors allege

A Mansfield physician is accused of illegally prescribing tens of thousands of painkillers and other controlled substances -- including oxycodone, hydrocodone, methadone and fentanyl -- and providing them to another man who sold the drugs.

Cleveland Police Homicide Unit investigating after woman found dead when odor was reported coming from West Side apartment

Police found a woman's dead body in an apartment 1300 block of West 93rd Street while officers conducted a wellness check after an odor was detected from the home.

  Suspect hauled from home in handcuffs during Internet Crimes Against Children raid on Cleveland’s West Side

A suspect was taken into custody in Cleveland on Thursday morning as part of an Internet Crimes Against Children investigation.

  Have you ever eaten a pawpaw? It’s Ohio’s native fruit and it’s almost in season

Most people have no idea Ohio has an official native fruit, let alone it’s the pawpaw.

Ashtabula man indicted on 12 counts of rape for allegedly sexually assaulting teen girls at his catering business

An Ashtabula County grand jury issued a 39-count indictment following a sex crimes investigation surrounding an area business owner.

Ohio committee rejects medical marijuana for anxiety, autism

A State Medical Board of Ohio committee has decided not to recommend adding anxiety and autism spectrum disorder to the state's list of qualifying conditions for purchasing medical marijuana

Ruckus at Cleveland bar nearly ends in murder after man shot in the face

A 27-year-old man was taken to University Hospitals after he was shot in the face early Thursday morning on Cleveland’s East Side.

  TSA stops passenger with a knife...shaped like a gun...trying to board a plane

Last week a passenger at Washington’s Paine Field tried to get through a TSA security checkpoint with a knife that was shaped like a gun.

Police activity closed stretch of Ohio Turnpike near Strongsville

The Ohio State Highway Patrol confirmed that troopers are on the scene of “police activity” on the Ohio Turnpike in Cuyahoga County.

121st Annual Feast of the Assumption underway in Little Italy

The 121st Annual Feast of the Assumption is underway in Little Italy and runs through the weekend.

Sunny Side Up: Lack of internet the ultimate vacation disaster?

QOTD: Would you rather be without AC, internet or your credit card on vacation?

  Akron Police searching for suspect after fatal shooting

Akron Police are investigating a double shooting.

  Cleveland Heights mother says 7-year-old daughter was sexually assaulted by classmate

Just days before the start of a new school year, a Cleveland Heights mother is afraid to send her daughter back to her elementary school. In fact, she filed a police report this week about an alleged sexual assault incident she claims was never investigated last school year.

  19 First Alert Weather Day: Strong storms possible Thursday afternoon

High pressure is well to our north.

  Cleveland City Council mulls benefits of installing 1,000 security cameras throughout city

Controversy over street lights lit up Cleveland City Council's Public Safety Committee meeting on Wednesday. With several residents protesting that the new LED lights shine too brightly into their homes and onto their porches, police promised to address the issue.

  Could Florida’s new student threat database work in Ohio?

Tracking student threats has become a priority for many schools.Now Florida just activated a database that will compile all of this under a new law. 19News is getting answers on whether this could help here in Ohio.

  Kitten rescued from Progressive Field was hiding under condiment table

Kitten rescued from Progressive Field ready for her life to begin

  18-year-old charged with sexually assaulting several Berea-Midpark football players at Case Western Reserve University dormitory

Three minors have also been implicated in the case.

  Fire on St. Clair damaged vacant apartment building, caught on video by surprised resident relaxing in library (video)

Resident in library turns to see flames shoot from building

Pipe bomb detonated in Akron after tip led police to makeshift explosive

Roads surrounding local auto businesses were shut down in Akron on Wednesday after a pipe bomb was found in the 1300 block of Kelly Avenue.

  3 Cleveland-area siblings drown off Texas beach during summer trip

Three siblings from the Cleveland area drowned on a summer trip. Family members say it happened while they were visiting their father at a beach in Texas.

  LeBron James Family Foundation unveils new facilities at I PROMISE School in Akron

The new facilities will be rolled out to the media Wednesday afternoon.

  Residents of Parma Heights apartment building fear they lost their home forever from deadly fire 3 weeks ago

It’s been three weeks since a deadly apartment fire in Parma Heights killed an elderly woman and her pet cat.

Committee approves plans for residential, retail development at former Geauga Lake and SeaWorld sites

The Aurora City Council will have the final say on whether the former Geauga Lake and SeaWorld sites will be developed residentially or commercially.

  Newburgh Heights police chase called off because of dangerous driver (video)

On Monday night what was supposed to be a traffic stop for speeding, turned into a high speed chase through Newburgh Heights.

  Man who murdered Parma Heights couple who took him in sentenced to death

Death penalty for killer of two who befriended him despite his saying he was framed.

Cleveland Browns’ Freddie Kitchens has 2nd best odds to win NFL Coach of the Year (poll)

Kitchens is already an early favorite for NFL Coach of the Year.

Dow tumbles as key recession indicator sounds alarm bells

An economic alarm bell has sounded in the U.S., sending warnings of a possible recession ahead.

  Lake Erie algal blooms are costing tax payers millions, could stretch into billions

A study released today, commission by the City of Toledo, Lucas County and the City of Oregon looked at how much harmful algal blooms, or microcystis cyanobacteria, are costing taxpayers and it’s in the millions.

BCI agents in Hartville ‘assisting in a search for evidence’

Officers were on Duquette Avenue