Tiffany Tarpley, WKYC Channel 3 News

Tiffany Tarpley

WKYC Channel 3 News

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Tiffany:

The pandemic and the bottom line: A look at economic recovery, concerns

Economist: June retail sales are almost back to where they were a year earlier but buying habits are changing → Read More

Local retired nurse shares her battle against COVID-19

coronavirus Local retired nurse shares her battle against COVID-19 “I’d rather be the nurse than be the patient." CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — In her sixty years as a nurse, Martie Allen says she’s seen a lot in her career and doesn’t get scared very often. But her fight with COVID-19 put that to the test. “I felt like I was in darkness and very, very short breath and couldn’t see things around me… → Read More

As coronavirus cases rise, places of worship adjust to keep members safe

The spike has been partially linked to church services. → Read More

Small businesses building new foundation for success during pandemic

Many are trying to support each other during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Black Lives Matter mural being painted on Akron street where Na'Kia Crawford was murdered

The 18-year-old Crawford was shot and killed over the weekend while driving with her grandmother. → Read More

Movement for change: A new push to ban the Confederate flag at the Medina County Fair

A woman started a petition on that’s received thousands of signatures. → Read More

Local family supports NASCAR ban on Confederate flag

The Lucas family are huge NASCAR fans. → Read More

Popular brands are taking a stand against racism, but is it effective?

We’re seeing social justice play out on social media. Several companies have come forward to take a public stand against racism. → Read More

Cleveland music community rallies to help local artist after Saturday unrest

Corry Michaels' equipment was stolen from Stella's Music Club → Read More

'Stand up for what is right & just': Cleveland area mother shares story of raising her sons, one white & one black

She hopes her words can help people rethink implicit biases that lead to inequities across the country. → Read More

Student photographer captures moment black police officer sheds tear while face-to-face with protesters in Cleveland

In his own words, Ofc. Kevin Jones responds to the photo and the events of that day. → Read More

Mayor Jackson, Chief of Police respond to praise & criticism over Cleveland unrest

Business owners ask, why weren't police protecting their property? → Read More

Hope for healing: Moving forward after Cleveland protests

How do we move forward after the protests and unrest? Local leaders weigh in → Read More

Youth athlete injuries a concern as sports resume amid COVID-19 pandemic

With restrictions now lifted on some sports in Ohio, student athletes are starting to train for the first time in months. → Read More

Gyms exercise caution while reopening under 'Stay Safe Ohio' order

3News got a look inside two local facilities to see the changes in place. → Read More

Need a haircut or color? Salons and barbershops are now at your service in Ohio

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, salons and barbershops are now allowed to open and there are mixed emotions for owners. → Read More

Staying safe: Essential worker hasn't seen wife, children in weeks

His family stayed behind in Tiffin when he started a new job at Amazon. → Read More

In his own words: A message from a Lorain man who lost his battle with COVID-19

Clarence Ballard was a gospel singer, radio broadcaster, entrepreneur, volunteer, church elder and deacon. → Read More

Parade offers sign of support to first responders, healthcare workers and patients in Akron

A salute to Akron's heroes. → Read More

Non-essential dental & medical procedures resume in Ohio

Some dental and medical practices are starting to expand services, beyond emergencies, which is in line with Governor Mike Dewine’s May 1st directive. → Read More