Tune in Tuesday, November 10th at 6pm for a virtual discussion titled “Your Community, Your Police Officers – A Candid Conversation About Law Enforcement in Cleveland & How YOU Can Make a Difference”. 93.1 WZAK’s DJ Haz Matt and Z 107.9’s Ro Digga are joined by Director Karrie D. Howard, Department of Public Safety, Chief […]

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Division of Police has announced a parking ban will be implemented in the Warehouse District Monday due to New Year’s Eve celebrations. The Warehouse District parking ban, normally implemented on weekends, will be in effect through New Year’s Eve. There will be no parking on signed streets from 9 p.m. […]

The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office is offering free taxi rides for Summit County residents starting at 6 p.m. on July 3 until 6 a.m. on July 5. Police said officials are doing this to make sure no one drinks and drives. The campaign is called Arrive Alive. The number to call to set up a […]

BEACHWOOD, OH (WOIO) – The Beachwood Place mall reopened Sunday following two shootings that took place on Saturday, but some shoppers said they are thinking twice about returning to the mall. “I don’t know if I’ll have enough nerve to go back,” says Laura, a Beachwood Place shopper. A Cleveland 19 News Facebook poll asked if […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The 2018 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Cleveland is just two days away. Cleveland Police said it is important parade goers should hydrate with lots of water on Saturday. Police said kids should have cell numbers of their parents. Groups should have rally points if people get separated, according to Cleveland Police. […]

CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Indians will expand the safety netting at Progressive Field for the 2018 season, the team announced on Wednesday. The net will extend from Section 164 down the third-base line to Section 140 down the first-base line. The Indians said they plan to use the latest technology in order to, “minimize the intrusion […]

A new study lists Parma, Ohio as one of the safest cities in the United States. The list of 100 was compiled by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Parma was ranked 64th, the only Ohio city to make the list. Thornton, Colorado, 10 miles north of Denver, was ranked number one. Citing the […]

CHARDON, Ohio – The Ohio Department of Transportation installed on Thursday new stop signs with LED lights at an intersection in Chardon Township where two teens were killed earlier this month. News 5 found that there have been 20 crashes at the intersection of Route 44 and Hosford Road in the last ten years. On June 6, 17-year-old […]

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson swore in 35 fire cadets Friday. Officials say the new firefighters will help increase critical services to Cleveland neighborhoods and improve response times. The cadet class has completed 18 weeks of rigorous training to reach graduation. The cadets’ comprehensive training program included: Fire behavior Hands-on training with tools […]

  Chances are your child has grown since last summer. If they have, you’ll need to adjust their bike seat accordingly. “What you want to do is have the child sit on the bike – and you want the child comfortable on the bike. So, normally, you have just a little bit of bend in […]

As thrill seekers eagerly await Cedar Point’s opening next month, state inspectors are hard at work ensuring those thrills are safe. Cedar Point, which has 16 roller coasters, kicks off its summer season on May 6, but inspectors have been on the grounds for several weeks to thoroughly examine the safety of about 70 rides […]