Paul Kiska, News 5 Cleveland

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News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Past articles by Paul:

Family of murdered 11-year-old appears at vigil at Streetsboro High School stadium

Hundreds of community members showed up at the Streetsboro High School stadium Sunday to remember an 11-year-old boy who was shot and killed last week.. → Read More

Several developers eye downtown Lorain; plans for hotel, brewery, townhouses

Downtown Lorain could be poised for a comeback as renovations to the historic Spitzer Hotel are set to start this summer and sparking other developers to put their plans into action. → Read More

FDA bans bulk sale of powdered caffeine after death of Ohio high schooler

Logan Stiner was just 18 years old when he died in 2014 — only three days short of graduating from Keystone High School in Lagrange, Ohio. The cause of death: a lethal amount of caffeine in his system. → Read More

FDA bans bulk sale of powdered caffeine after death of Lorain County high schooler

Logan Stiner was just 18 years old when he died in 2014 - only three days before graduating from Keystone High School in Lagrange. Cause of death: a lethal amount of caffeine in his system. → Read More

Cleveland police union concerned about police staffing shortage on city's east side

A shortage of officers at the Cleveland Police Department's fourth district on the city's east side, which is known to be a high-crime area, has union leaders concerned. → Read More

Rock week expected to be a big economic boost for downtown Cleveland businesses

Downtown Cleveland restaurant managers like Chris Yonish at Bar Louie on West 6th Street said they're getting numerous calls from groups wanting to rent party rooms during next weekend's rock hall festivities. → Read More

Man driving through Lakewood has windshield shot out, police investigating

Man driving through Lakewood has windshield shot out by unknown person → Read More

Father, friend remember slain Westerville officer from Massillon: He was 'a great friend to many'

“I talked to a lot of my friends over the weekend, a lot of us had sleepless nights just thinking about this,” said George Roknich who was friends with slain Westerville officer Tony Morelli. → Read More

Will compromise work to keep Avon High School's baseball team playing at Crushers stadium?

For eight years, Avon High School's baseball team has played 16 home games a season at the city owned stadium for the minor league Lake Erie Crushers. → Read More

A violent weekend in Cleveland as eight shootings leave eight people injured

The weekend turned out to be a violent one on the streets of Cleveland with at least eight people shot in separate shootings across the city. → Read More

Brooklyn boy bit by dog while walking home from school, parents upset owner left without helping

13 year old Timothy Hartman was walking home from school Monday along Memphis Avenue in Brooklyn, when he was attacked by a dog. → Read More

Annual homeless sleep out event for Northeast Ohio students expected to be the coldest one yet

Temperatures are expected to plummet this weekend, with lows in the single digits by Saturday night. That will make Lakewood's annual homeless sleep out event the coldest one ever. → Read More

Lakewood City Council to discuss ending pit bull ban, but they could add other restrictions

Lakewood City Council will discuss Tuesday evening an ordinance that wouldn't just end the ban. It would replace it with restrictions that some dog owners say go too far. → Read More

Owner of dog kicked on camera at dog daycare speaks out, wants lawmakers to regulate dog daycares

Mike LaSalvia owns Leo a one and a half year old pit bull. He was on vacation watching cameras that showed his dog being boarded at Tails R Waggin’ Dog Daycare in Tallmadge and was shocked by what he saw. → Read More

Driver who crashed into Amherst Township home killing woman, injuring her baby wants early release

Debra and her husband James Majkut were sitting on their couch in 2015 when a car crashed through their Amherst Township home and landed on them, killing Debra and critically injuring their baby. → Read More

Massillon mom's act of kindness is rewarded as she deals with heartache

A mother of two in Massillon believes in paying it forward, and her recent act of kindness towards two deputies isn't going unnoticed. → Read More

More surveillance cameras coming to the city of Lakewood to help solve and deter crime

Large police departments, like Cleveland, have been using city owned surveillance cameras for years to solve and deter crime. Now, it’s a trend showing up in the suburbs like Lakewood. → Read More

Amazon using Uber-style service to deliver packages in Northeast Ohio

Shopping sites like Amazon have so many deliveries during the holiday season they're now advertising what's called Amazon Flex, a new way to deliver packages that you might not have heard of. → Read More

Summit County photographer has thousands of dollars in cameras and gear stolen from his jeep

Green township resident Ryan Weiss is a photographer and an artist. Weiss does artwork on custom cranial helmets that must be worn by children for months to reshape their skulls, for what is called flat head syndrome. “This just betters their lives. It gives them something more appealing to wear during this time frame of having the helmet on.” Weiss said. Weiss said he believes in pay it… → Read More

Construction of Shoppes on Clifton makes major progress toward opening in April

Noise from a major construction project is the sound of progress for the Shoppes on Clifton. → Read More