Cuyahoga County

Northeast Ohio is heading into Flu season and COVID-19 is still moving full steam ahead so much so that during Governor Mike DeWine’s Thursday update that it looks like the state of Ohio is turning red and not republican red either.  With 38 counties in Ohio being reported at a Level Red, it seems Cuyahoga […]

Governor Mike DeWine commended Ohioans thus far with how they have been handling the COVID-19 pandemic, however his message was clear, wear your mask because we are not out of the woods yet. Which brings us to yesterday, Cuyahoga County went from a Level 4 to a Level 3 as the safety level of contamination […]

This is the day when you can sing ♫ Hot in, so hot in herre !!  ♫ or say things like it’s hotter than fish grease out here !!  But what ever your favorite temperature analogy is today is the day to use it as well as, make sure our elderly stay inside and for […]

Our small businesses have been on the front line providing essential services before now during the COVID-19 pandemic.  However with stimulus checks rolling out to Americans to help them get through as unemployment is at a ridiculous high during these uncertain times, our small businesses have been wondering where is the relief for them? Now […]

CLEVELAND — A 36-year-old inmate at Cuyahoga County Jail, later identified as Nicholas Colbert, died Friday afternoon, a county official confirmed. Colbert was booked into the jail on Wednesday afternoon on drug possession charges, according to county spokeswoman Mary Louise Madigan. On Friday morning, Colbert was approved for transfer to the veteran’s pod, which is […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – A grand jury has indicted five corrections officers for their involvement in three separate incidents at the Cuyahoga County Corrections Center. Attorney General Dave Yost announced the indictments on Monday. According to the attorney general, Idris-Farid Clark and Robert P. Marsh were indicted for offenses that occurred on July 16, 2018. […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Those plastic bags you use for groceries may soon be on their way out in Cuyahoga County. Members of Cuyahoga County council wants to limit the waste non-recyclable use bags create by eliminating them from retail stores. The council will discuss the ban this week. Cuyahoga County council members Sunny Simon […]

CLEVELAND — The FOX 8 I-Team has learned authorities including BCI and the FBI are searching the office of Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish. Director of Communications, Mary Louise Madigan, told the I-Team: “Law enforcement is here. We’re cooperating. And we’ll continue to cooperate.” Dave O’Neil at the state Attorney General office said they cannot comment on […]

CLEVELAND – Inmates who reside in the Cuyahoga County Jail are forced to live in unacceptable conditions in an inhumane environment where basic civil liberties are withheld, sometimes as a form of punishment by staff, according to a facility review report conducted by the U.S. Marshals Service. The federal review was initiated at the behest […]

CLEVELAND – Overall voter turnout in Cuyahoga County has unofficially surpassed the total turnout in the county during the last midterm general election in 2014. The total turnout in Cuyahoga County on November 4, 2014 was 39.56 percent, according to certified election results from the county’s Board of Elections. A total of 350,534 votes were […]

Cleveland – It was a historic night in Cuyahoga County as it became the first in the state to adopt legislation to add protections to those in the LGBTQ community. On Tuesday, council members approved the proposal that would include sexual orientation and gender identity to classes already covered by state law. RELATED: Cuyahoga County looks […]

CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH (WOIO) – A Cuyahoga County school district was ranked second in the country. Niche.com listed Solon City School District as the top district in Ohio and the No. 2 best school district in the country. The website said they analyzed more than 10,000 school districts. Here are some of the factors that impacted […]