Taneisha Cordell, News 5 Cleveland

Taneisha Cordell

News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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'7 Floors of Hell' fears closure, urging customers to follow social distancing requirements

"7 Floors of Hell' haunted house fearing closure if customers don't follow social distancing guidelines following state recommendations for similar attractions to remain closed because of coronavirus exposure concerns among crowds. → Read More

Rootstown Friday night football game met with protest over racial slur incident

The Rootstown High School football team carried on with its season on the field Friday night, but outside the stadium students, alumni and community members held a protest. → Read More

Racism declaration fails amid tension between Maple Heights city council members

Racism has been deemed a public health crisis in counties and cities across the nation, but in Maple Heights legislation that calls for that same action has failed once again. → Read More

Parma City Schools eyeing new buildings, taxpayers question timing while facing pandemic

The Parma city school district is asking voters to approve a school levy on the November ballot. But as the district pushes for approval, some people who live in Parma say they simply can't afford it. → Read More

'She deserves better': Willoughby man says COVID-19 cases at his mother's nursing home are out of control

A Willoughby man is calling on the state and National Guard to step in at Heartland of Willoughby after his 63-year-old mother tested positive for coronavirus. The long-term care facility reporting the most coronavirus cases in Northeast Ohio this week. → Read More

Medina County couple's painful loss sparks hope, highlights need for grief support

After losing their two-year-old son unexpectedly to cancer, the Taylor family’s story and struggle to cope with their loss sparked the creation of grief kits to help children and families heal together. → Read More

'This isn't working': Local restaurants pushing to end alcohol curfew

The Ohio Restaurant Association says reports from members show the state's alcohol curfew is hurting businesses and pushing bars and restaurants to possibly close down the line if it continues. → Read More

Parma parents push for in-person schooling option, fall sports under county's new orange alert rating

A group of Parma parents are urging the school board to give them the choice to send their kids back to school in person and play sports after Cuyahoga County dropped to an orange risk level regarding the spread and risk of coronavirus exposure. → Read More

Cleveland car shops vouch for Goodyear tire quality, partnership despite White House criticism

Goodyear's ban of political attire in the workplace sparks calls controversy and calls for boycotts, which could impact employees and small businesses affiliated with the brand. → Read More

Drive-in theaters banking on indoor theater reopenings to help maintain success

State shutdowns and fear of spreading coronavirus sparked new life into drive-in movie theaters across the nation and theater owners in Northeast Ohio are hoping to maintain the momentum. → Read More

'Enough is enough,' Akron city leaders looking to curb gun violence after fifth homicide of a child

The Summit County Medical Examiner’s Office reports four children, all under the age of 18, have been killed since June and five total so far this year. → Read More

US Postal service scrambling for funding to ensure mail-in ballots are counted in time

The U.S. postal service said its funding battles could have a very real effect on the 2020 presidential election. → Read More

Second Harvest Food Bank seeks volunteers to continue efforts as food demands spike

New data from the federal government shows the cost of groceries is on the rise and many families are struggling to afford them, but The Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio is trying to keep up with the demand for affordable food. → Read More

Akron businesses facing setback with MAC fall sports cancelation

Local businesses in Akron that rely on game day for part of their revenue are coping with the the cancelation of MAC fall sports. → Read More

Ohio moving forward to expand antigen testing despite DeWine's conflicting test results

The controversy surrounding COVID-19 testing continues as some question the reliability of rapid or antigen tests after Gov. Mike DeWine’s conflicting test results, but it’s not stopping the state from spending your tax dollars for more of those tests. → Read More

Bars and restaurants coping with estimated financial loss with new alcohol cutoff time

Some bar leaders are upset about seemingly having to take the blame for recent coronavirus outbreaks as the state's new alcohol cutoff time goes into effect. → Read More

Community donations save Cleveland 100-year-old church from closing after battling pandemic and maintenance repairs

A Cleveland pastor is thanking the community and those thousands of miles away for saving her family’s church after fearing the massive costs of needed repairs and the pandemic would have forced her to abandon the church and her mission. → Read More

White House task force requests Ohio bars, restaurants close early to slow coronavirus spread

During a three-hour closed door meeting at the Ohio statehouse, White House Coronavirus Task Force officials warned state leaders that bars and restaurants need to close earlier to avoid overwhelming hospitals across the state with a surge of COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Music and entertainment venues seeking a legislative lifeline to survive the pandemic

The Indians’ opening night gave music and entertainment venues a financial break Friday night, but some say it’s not enough to make up for the losses they endured during the state’s coronavirus shutdown. → Read More

Ex-law enforcement officer creates suitcase and bookbag initiative to help displaced children in Northeast Ohio

Nearly 16,000 Ohio children are living without their parents and state reports show most of them are being raised in the foster care system, but one retired law enforcement officer is working to help one bag at a time. → Read More