It is yet another weekend of relaxation and fun activities and this time we are celebrating Earth Day. While we celebrate this weekend, don’t forget to show your support for environmental protection. Check out some of the activities going on around your community this weekend. Party for the Planet Cleveland Metroparks Zoo What: Learn how […]


Another weekend of relaxation is here. You can always count on us to deliver the most exciting events going on around Northeast Ohio from making Easter baskets to interacting with the Easter Bunny to gaining some knowledge about the past. Check out some of the activities going on around your community this weekend. Sesame Street […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – After several shootings in three days, including five deadly, Cleveland’s leaders offered updates and answered questions at a press conference on Monday. Over the weekend, five people were killed in separate shootings and several more injured, including a 10-year-old boy who witnessed his father’s death. Deputy Chief Edward Tomba provided updates on all five cases. […]

Seven-year-old Amari Brown was among the victims of ten fatal shootings in Chicago over the long Fourth of July weekend, which saw 64 shootings in total, highlighting the problem of intractable violence in the embattled city, according to The Chicago Tribune. Brown was playing in a front yard in the city’s Humboldt Park community when he […]

Here is a list of Fourth of July fireworks displays by county. If you don’t see a fireworks display for your city, email the information to web@19actionnews.com.   Cuyahoga County: Berea: July 4, 2015 at 10:00 p.m. at Coe Lake Bay Village: July 4, 2015 at 9:45 p.m. at Cahoon Memorial Park—West Bratenahl: July 3, 2015 […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –An additional Red Line rail is being put into service by the RTA this weekend. RTA officials say extra transportation is needed for the Rock Hall Induction Ceremony and Watch party on Saturday, April 18 and for the Q for the Cavs game at 3 p.m. Sunday against the Celtics. The idea is to […]

  While many enjoyed celebrating Independence Day all across the nation, Chicago’s violence raged on with a vengeance that left 60 wounded and nine dead from gun wounds, according to ABC 7 News. SEE ALSO: Sentencing Nears For Former New Orleans Mayor The first reported shooting took place in the wee hours of Friday morning, […]

  CLEVELAND – As a February centennial gift to the community, the Cleveland Foundation is offering free programming at the Great Lakes Science Center and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum this weekend. This Saturday, February 22, families can visit Great Lakes Science Center and receive free admission. Live science demonstrations every hour, […]

“White House Down” is a flop, no matter how many fans of the film chastise the American public for not showing up. Roland Emmerich’s latest feature was budgeted at a reported $150 million, but earned just $25.7 million at the box office this past weekend. That’s a lower opening weekend tally than 2013 disasters like […]

CLEVELAND – Clevelanders will be parading and partying this Saturday. Two yearly, ever-growing events are will bring thousands to city streets rain or shine. The 24th annual Parade the Circle will kickoff at noon at Wade Oval in University Circle on Cleveland’s east side. At the same time, festivities will be revving up in the […]

NORTHEAST OHIO (WOIO) – The pain at the pump is back with gas prices creeping up towards the $4 mark just in time for Memorial Day. “You want to get out and travel.  You want to get out and see the different things that are going on around the city but the way gas is […]

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Provisional numbers show fewer motorists were killed on Ohio’s roadways this Thanksgiving holiday, the Ohio State Highway Patrol reports. Eleven people were killed this Thanksgiving holiday period, a decrease from the past three years when 17 were killed in 2011, 18 in 2010 and 20 in 2009. The reporting period began Nov. […]