Jennifer Jordan, fox8news

Jennifer Jordan


Cleveland, OH, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Canton woman donates kidney to father; runs Akron Marathon 6 months later

A Canton father and daughter are raising awareness about the importance of organ donation on the eve of World Kidney Day on Thursday, March 9. → Read More

Rescuers scramble in Turkey, Syria after quake kills 3,400

Rescuers in Turkey and war-ravaged Syria searched through the frigid night into Tuesday, hoping to pull more survivors from the rubble after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake killed more than 3,400 people and toppled thousands of buildings across a wide region. → Read More

Cleveland could see new designated outdoor drinking space

A new view of downtown living, retail and entertainment is being proposed for Cleveland’s E. 4th Street. The city’s first outdoor drinking area would include plans to relocate the valet area to Prospect and Euclid avenues, making way for swings and canopies along the 450-foot long stretch of E. 4th Street. → Read More

Long COVID caused teen’s temporary paralysis despite mild symptoms

Doctors say long-haul COVID-19 symptoms could still happen in children who had mild or no COVID symptoms at all. → Read More

Frozen, bursting pipes causing damage across NE Ohio — how to prevent it

The owner of Urban Kutz barber shop got the call on Christmas morning — busted pipes believed to be from an apartment above his business on Detroit Avenue were creating an indoor waterfall and causing major flooding. → Read More

Cleveland toddler to spend first Christmas at home after rare, life-saving surgery

A Cleveland toddler is spending first Christmas at home after rare, life-saving surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. → Read More

‘Return the urn’: Stolen Kia had beloved family member’s ashes inside

Shattered glass from the window of her navy blue 2020 Kia Sportage was all that was left behind. → Read More

Hospitalizations spike amid worst flu outbreak in more than a decade

A virus that was overshadowed during the COVID-19 pandemic is making a comeback and with a vengeance. → Read More

‘He was a great kid’: Police chief speaks about sextortion dangers after teen’s suicide

Streetsboro police are speaking out one day after announcing the suicide death of 17-year-old James Woods. His family hopes, by telling his story, they can save another family from tragedy. → Read More

Northeast Ohio restaurants pulling salads, lettuce from menus amid shortage

The quality of lettuce is decreasing and the cost is spiking amid a shortage, which is mainly caused by a major lettuce-growing area in California hit hard by a mystery virus, drought and heavy rains. → Read More

Veterans Voices: How two veterans use their experience to keep Ohio streets safe

Two veterans are using their experiences to keep northeast Ohio streets safe. → Read More

Man found guilty of Na’Kia Crawford’s murder

The man charged with killing an 18-year-old Akron teenager was convicted of murder on Tuesday. A Summit County jury found 19-year-old Adarus Black guilty of the 2020 murder of Na’Kia Crawford. → Read More

Cleveland Clinic study finds dietary supplements for heart health are no-good

Millions of Americans are prescribed statins, like Lipitor or Crestor, to reduce the risk of a heart attack or stroke. But potential side effects shy many people away from taking them. Dietary supplements often marketed to promote heart health were a better option for many. → Read More

Lakewood to reduce sewage discharges into Lake Erie, Rocky River as part of settlement

The City of Lakewood has agree to perform work that will reduce discharges of untreated sewage into Lake Erie and the Rocky River to the tune of millions of dollars. → Read More

Ohio photographer thanking vets, military with free headshots on Veteran’s Day

An Ohio photographer will be offering free headshots to active-duty men and women and reservists transitioning into civilian jobs, including long-time veterans, as a way to thank them for their service on Nov. 11. → Read More

Study working to improve early detection for invasive breast cancer

Cleveland Clinic nurse Dawn Wiklinski admits avoiding getting a mammogram for three years, until the spring 2021. → Read More

‘Hoping and praying’: Family speaks out as endangered NE Ohio teen still missing

Eleanor Linek of Twinsburg has been distraught since the disappearance of her daughter Emma Linek. → Read More

North Ridgeville raising fines for drivers who pass stopped school buses

North Ridgeville Mayor Kevin Corcoran says, on several occasions, he’s seen with his own eyes drivers failing to stop for yellow school buses picking up or dropping off students in the city. Monday night, North Ridgeville City Council voted unanimously to stiffen fines for violators. → Read More

Cleveland EMS doubles ambulance fees

As of July 1, for the first time in nearly two decades, new rates billed to insurers for ambulance runs will be between $750 and $1,300. That’s more than double the previous base rates that were between $350 and $500. → Read More

Black-owned funeral home puts up anti-violence billboards in Cleveland area

E.F. Boyd & Son Funeral Home, the oldest black-owned funeral home in Greater Cleveland, put up billboards in an attempt to stop violence. → Read More