CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Flu activity has been on the rise every week for the past month. In the last several weeks alone, two Northeast Ohioans have died from the virus. “We’ve had more than 1,000 people go to emergency departments for fever and flu like illness in the last few weeks,” said Cuyahoga County […]

CLEVELAND – The local chapter of the NAACP is asking city and county leaders to share details of security planning for this summer’s GOP Convention, saying it is concerned about what may happen. Recalling protests that followed controversial police shootings, the NAACP writes in a letter that the protests “surrounding the Tamir Rice and Michael […]

CLEVELAND– There will be an increased number of security officers at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport in the wake of the deadly attacks in Brussels. Dozens were killed and hundreds were injured during three explosions at an airport and subway station in Brussels. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks. At least two U.S. cities — […]

All eyes will be on Cleveland when the Republican National Convention comes to town this summer. While a new report finds local residents are looking forward to the event, the findings also point out a majority of Northeast Ohioans also believe strengthening security should be the city’s greatest priority in the weeks leading up to […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The building superintendent is working on the water “pumping” issue in the Justice Center Courts Tower. According to a spokesperson, the water pressure is low in some parts of the Tower and other parts of the building are expected to lose water pressure in the next couple of hours. Many court […]

School officials and law enforcement are sounding alarms about phone apps that are popular with teens—and sexual predators. Police say a 15-year-old Brooklyn girl is now safe after she was abducted by a man she met on an app called Kik. The service allows users to send messages, pictures and video without a phone number. […]

After two deadly movie shootings shook the nation this year, Regal Cinemas is adding extra security measures to keep its patrons safe. From now on, moviegoers will have their bags checked before entering the theater. The new safety measure comes just after a report revealed that nearly half of moviegoers wouldn’t mind paying a little extra […]

The image of terrorism in America is slowly changing. New studies indicate White supremacists, anti-government persons, and other non-Islamic extremists have killed more people in the country than radical Muslims. Washington research center New America studied acts of terror in the country since September 11, 2001, reports the New York Times. In the past 14 years, deadly right-wing attacks have […]

  Michael Brown’s family, President Barack Obama, and others have all taken the call to ask for calm after an announcement has been made.   (CNN) – The parents of Michael Brown have been notified the grand jury has reached a decision regarding the police officer who shot and killed their 18-year-old son. A news […]

  DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Cuyahoga County and Cleveland Health Officials now say the ‘all clear’ date for Ohio Ebola contacts is November 4. There are 142 contacts statewide and three people in Ohio are under quarantine. Officials stress that nobody in Ohio has Ebola. Over the weekend, Cleveland Firefighters, Cleveland Police Officers and […]

  AKRON, OH (WOIO) – Summit County Health Officials answer some of the most frequently asked questions about Ebola. What if I attended the bridal shop Coming Attractions Bridal & Formal? If you attended the bridal shop Coming Attractions Bridal & Formal, Inc. (located at on 1220 East Tallmadge Ave) on Saturday October 11, 2014 […]

  The Centers for Disease Control says the virus needs to be stopped in West Africa, where it originated.   OAKLAND, CA (KGO/CNN) – As a second healthcare worker is diagnosed with Ebola, a nurses’ union is making some major allegations against a Dallas hospital, where the first U.S. Ebola death occurred. Amid concerns about […]