Scott Noll, News 5 Cleveland

Scott Noll

News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Scott:

Ex-jailer charged with assaulting inmate at Cuyahoga County Jail

A former Cuyahoga County corrections officer has been charged with assaulting an inmate in the troubled jail's mental health unit. On Thursday, prosecutors charged 40 year-old Charles Enoch with one count of misdemeanor assault for the November 2018 attack. → Read More

Search underway for Toledo boy missing since Friday

A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to recovery of a three year old non-verbal boy missing since Friday in Toledo. Police said Braylen Noble's mother reported him missing from the family's apartment around noon Friday. → Read More

U.S. Marshals seek person of interest for Lorain hit-skip crash that killed unborn baby

The U.S. Marshals Service have identified a person of interest sought in connection with a hit-skip crash that happened in Lorain last week and claimed the life of an unborn child. → Read More

Lorain police ask for tips to identify driver in crash that killed unborn baby

Lorain police said Tuesday that US Marshals Service has joined the search for a "person of interest" in a violent hit and run crash that critically injured a mother and her two sons and killed her unborn baby Friday night. → Read More

Classes may be online, but school buses still rolling

While many public school districts decided to begin the year with on-line classes, it doesn't mean school buses will remain parked. That's because state law requires districts to transport private school students to and from classes if they return to in-person learning. → Read More

West Geauga families get ready for start of school year

When students head back to school Tuesday in the West Geauga School District, the halls will be largely empty as the district begins its 2020-2021 school year virtually. → Read More

3 more killed overnight as homicides in Cleveland are up 24% over previous year

Cleveland police are investigating three more deadly shootings overnight in what has already been an especially violent year so far on city streets. → Read More

'We've never seen a situation like this'

Cleveland city leaders said Thursday that loss of tax revenue attributed to the coronavirus pandemic left a $13 million shortfall in the budget through the end of July. → Read More

Mother killed after telling driver to slow down while speeding down Cleveland street

The family of a 40 year old mother shot and killed after a birthday party Saturday, said she was shot in the back after telling a passing car to slow down because kids were playing nearby. → Read More

Union representing Cleveland waste workers says city provided workers expired PPE

The union representing some of Cleveland's Division of Waste workers claims the city provided employees with expired personal protective wipes amid fears of COVID-19. → Read More

Airport rebound could take years, director says

Cleveland's director of airports said Wednesday it could be 2024 until passenger levels return to what they were before the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Schools face new decisions after county re-opening recommendations

School districts across Cuyahoga County face new decisions about re-opening in the fall, after the county's board of health recommended school resume with virtual classes and all extra-curricular activities should be suspended. → Read More

Ex-jailer, inmate plead guilty in Cuyahoga County jail smuggling

A former Cuyahoga County corrections officer and the inmate charged with paying her off to smuggle drugs into the troubled county jail pleaded guilty Thursday to their roles in what prosecutors say was a two-year smuggling operation behind bars. → Read More

Cuyahoga County corrections officer arrested after attempting to rob people in Brooklyn

A Cuyahoga County corrections officer is free on bond after being arrested for allegedly trying to rob people at gunpoint early Sunday morning, according to a union representative. → Read More

New COVID-19 cases continue spiking in suburban Cuyahoga County

For a third straight week in July, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Cleveland's Cuyahoga County suburbs set a record high according to county health officials. → Read More

Cuyahoga County investigating allegations of smuggling at jail

The 5 On Your Side Investigators have confirmed the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's department is investigating allegations of "contraband" being smuggled into the troubled Cuyahoga County jail. → Read More

Controversial sign in bakery window comes down in Kent

The owner of Stahl's Bakery removed a controversial sign warning of "patriotic disobedience" of laws and orders connected to the coronavirus pandemic after online complaints Tuesday. → Read More

Demonstrators call for end to housing kids in county office building

More than a dozen protesters gathered outside Cuyahoga County's Department of Children and Family Services headquarters Tuesday, calling for an end to the practice of housing kids in the county's office building as they await placement in the foster care system. → Read More

COVID-19 cases soar in people under 30 years old

More than one-third of Ohio's COVID-19 patients who began showing symptoms in June was less than 30 years old, according to an analysis of state health data. → Read More

Kids found living inside Cuyahoga County office building

Kids are living inside of a Cuyahoga County office building. Cuyahoga County's Department of Children and Family Services calls it a "last resort." A child advocacy group calls it concerning. Both agree something needs to change in Ohio's foster care system. → Read More