CLEVELAND– The Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus held a news conference on Tuesday about the proposed renovations to Quicken Loans Arena. Cleveland City Councilman Jeff Johnson and the CCPC accused Mayor Frank Jackson and the rest of city council of blocking residents from voting on the proposal. Johnson said he wants to put the Q issue […]

  (WOIO) – An Ohio federal judge announced Friday he intends to issue a written order by April 14, striking down Ohio’s ban on recognizing legal gay marriages. Judge Timothy Black says the ban is unconstitutional. This does not mean Ohio will allow gay marriages, but the state would have to recognize marriages of gay […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The Indians wouldn’t need another dramatic, walk-off win on Wednesday night, but their 7-2 victory was just as important as Tuesday’s spectacular rally, as it kept the Tribe in the second Wild Card spot, with four games to go in the regular season. Nick Swisher’s two-run home run in the 5th […]

  The body of the man was found days after the incident occured.   (CNN) — A woman in Montana is accused of pushing her husband off a cliff after an argument. The pair had been married for just more than a week. Jordan Linn Graham made an initial appearance in court Monday to face […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – A Cleveland city council committee passes a proposal on new restrictions for where many city workers can live. 19 Action News broke the story last week of a proposal for sweeping new regulations. This comes as a result of some firefighters living out of state. Most city workers would have to live […]

CLEVELAND, OH – 19 Action News has learned of a new push to restrict where Cleveland city workers live. This is new fallout from a story we broke more than a year ago — three firefighters were living out of state, including one in California. The new law would require many kinds of city workers to live […]

AKRON, Ohio – The same 14-year-old girl whose arm was reportedly broken by an Akron police officer is now accused of assaulting a teacher at Litchfield Middle School. The incident happened around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Police said the 14-year-old girl was screaming at a 12-year-old student while chasing him down the hallways. Authorities said she […]

AKRON, Ohio – The superintendent of Akron’s Jennings Community Learning Center said Friday that he asked the Akron Police Department to temporarily remove an officer from the school after a mother accused the officer of breaking her 14-year-old daughter’s arm. Superintendent David W. James said the decision is effective on Monday when students return to […]

Every time you think you’ve seen everything under the sun, regarding Republican antics over President Barack Obama’s re-election last week, someone else does something that takes the bellyaching to a whole other level. Enter Florida resident and sun-tanning store owner Henry Hamilton. What could possibly have happened this time? After Hamilton learned that Obama won […]

Former GOP vice-presidential nominee and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is blaming President Barack Obama’s win on his turnout in cities. In one of a series of first interviews following the loss by Ryan and Mitt Romney last Tuesday, Ryan told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, “Well, he got turnout. The president should get credit for achieving record-breaking […]

Officials from Miami-Dade County say they have finished counting absentee ballots and will begin counting the county’s 2,800 provisional ballots on Thursday afternoon. Election officials worked overnight to finish counting the outstanding ballots – votes that are largely to blame for holding up the process of declaring a presidential winner in Florida. Penelope Townsley, supervisor […]

It’s been a grueling campaign. You just want to sit down with a bowl of popcorn and find out who will be president for the next four years. So when will we know? Technically speaking — who the heck can say? With a race that went into Election Day neck and neck, and plenty of […]