AKRON, Ohio — Residents in Akron will have the chance to tell the city what went wrong during a recent snowstorm that left residential streets unplowed and school buses stuck in the snow, according to the Akron Beacon Journal. Marilyn Keith, Ward 9 councilwoman, will lead six meetings spread across the city to gather information from […]

EAST CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – About 260 residents are without water due to a water main break at an East Cleveland apartment complex. The East Cleveland police chief learned about the situation and with the help of EMS, the city and the fire department they delivered 2 pallets of water to the residents. The Owl’s Nest […]

LORAIN, Ohio – Lorain residents and some city leaders say the removal of some 40 traffic lights is a risky way to save money and help the cash strapped city budget. The traffic light removal began after a study indicated the signals could be taken down without creating safety issues. The move to remove the […]

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Some parts of downtown were busy last week with the Republican National Convention. Some restaurants like the Alley Cat in the flats saw a lot of business, but not all restaurants and businesses flourished. The barriers kept a lot of foot traffic away. READ MORE: Cleveland19.com Article Courtesy of WOIO Cleveland 19 News […]

CLEVELAND — Have you ever wanted your face in the spotlight? A casting call will be held Saturday, April 16 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Global Center for Health Innovation. The Cleveland 2016 Host Committee is looking for local faces to grace temporary signage that will welcome visitors in town for the […]

Officials were made aware of the lead levels in November 2015, but issued a notice to residents last Thursday.   As the Flint, Michigan water crisis finally reaches media prominence, the small town of Sebring, Ohio is facing a similar plight after high levels of lead were found in the drinking water. The town was notified of […]

The group “occupying” the land has since made claims that the community supports their efforts, despite disagreements from community leaders.   BURNS, Ore. — Hundreds of locals from Harney County, Oregon, packed a fairgrounds building on a freezing Wednesday evening to urge armed militants occupying a federal building to go home. But even though the […]

CLEVELAND – A new law takes effect in Cleveland Monday that requires gun offenders who reside in Cleveland to register with the city. The law was approved by city council in April.  At the time, Councilman Matt Zone told newsnet5.com that the new law was designed to keep guns out of the hands of children and […]

EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio — Some residents ihere want to oust Mayor Gary Norton. A meeting is set for 5 p.m. tonight (March 5) East Cleveland library. City Councilman Nate Martin, who calls Norton a friend, is among those who wants to replace him. Norton took office in 2010. He runs a city in desperate financial […]

Six Missouri residents have filed a lawsuit against the City of Ferguson, St. Louis, and numerous police officers, stemming from the violent protests over Michael Brown’s murder. RELATED: [WATCH] Don Lemon Comments On The Firing Of Cop Who Pushed Him The residents are accusing Ferguson police of using excessive force in quelling the outbursts. As widely […]

  As storms and high winds cut across Northeast Ohio, we are already have reports of power outages. FirstEnergy is reporting thousands of customers without power just before 32 p.m. Several hundred are without power in Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Summit and Mahoning counties.   READ MORE: WKYC.com Article and Picture Courtesy of WKYC […]

  SUMMIT COUNTY, OH (WOIO) – On May 16, Summit County Executive Russ Pry declared a state of emergency in response to the May 12 storm that caused widespread flooding and damage in a number of Summit County communities. The declaration allowed the Summit County Emergency Management Agency to assemble damage assessment reports to see if […]