Olivia Fecteau, News 5 Cleveland

Olivia Fecteau

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Columbus, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Olivia:

Influenza, RSV and COVID-19: what to expect this fall and winter

Medical experts are warning that this flu season could be more complicated than usual with COVID-19 in the mix. → Read More

Mansfield man arrested for sending threatening message on social media to mother of football player

The Cleveland Division of the FBI – Painesville Resident Agency and the United States Attorneys Office – Northern District of Ohio announced Friday afternoon that they had arrested Bryan Shane Wolfe, 44, of Mansfield, Ohio, in connection with a threatening social media message. → Read More

Cuyahoga Co. approves ballot collection at libraries, but Secretary of State says sites can't operate

Hours after the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections unanimously voted on a bipartisan basis to establish seven temporary collection locations for ballots and ballot applications, the Secretary of State's office said these sites cannot operate while there is pending litigation about ballot drop boxes. → Read More

Local veteran is raising money to restore boat, teach other veterans how to sail

From 2003 to 2006, Jim Alunni-Finley served as a Navy Corpsman, a medical professional, of Marines for the 3rd Battalion, 25th Marines. He was deployed to Iraq in 2005. Even then, he dreamed of sailing. → Read More

Cleveland, other cities nationwide light up in for 'Red Alert RESTART'

Buildings and venues across Cleveland were lit up in red Tuesday night to raise awareness about the devastation COVID-19 has brought to the live event and entertainment industry. → Read More

Restaurants could face more challenges when colder weather arrives

Across Ohio, about 800 of the state's 23,000 restaurants have closed for good during the pandemic, according to the Ohio Restaurant Association. → Read More

Minority-owned businesses in Stark County receive 'ELITE' training

Twelve minority-owned businesses in Stark County are taking part in ELITE, a business development program that provides resources and strategies to help them achieve their goals. → Read More

K-12 schools must have 'reporting mechanism' for COVID-19 cases

K-12 schools have a new requirement from the state of Ohio, following an order issued by Governor Mike DeWine Thursday, in order to make sure the public is informed about what's going on with COVID-19 inside the schools. → Read More

Protesters in Northeast Ohio push for change after police shoot Wisconsin man

From protesters in Shaker Heights to the Cleveland NAACP, people continue to call for an end to police violence against Black people. → Read More

Entertainment venues can reopen at maximum 15% capacity

Entertainment venues in Ohio can reopen with a maximum capacity of 15%, according to a health order signed Tuesday. → Read More

Most cases in Medina County are the result of community spread, health department says

The Medina County Health Department said it is now seeing cases primarily through community spread, with an average of 85 cases a week in the county. → Read More

Are rapid COVID-19 tests accurate?

Many people have questions about the reliability of rapid COVID-19 tests and whether they yield false negatives or false positives at times. → Read More

Four student-athletes in two Northeast Ohio districts test positive for COVID-19

Four student-athletes in Northeast Ohio have tested positive for COVID-19, including one football player in Strongsville and three varsity volleyball players in Mayfield. → Read More

Ohio's travel advisory been updated to 4 states

Ohio updated its travel advisory on Wednesday, recommending anyone who travels to Florida, Idaho, Mississippi or Nevada quarantine for 14 days when they come back to Ohio. → Read More

Preparations underway for Sept. 29 presidential debate in Cleveland

With one night left of the Democratic National Convention, and the Republican National Convention set to take place next week, Northeast Ohio is looking ahead to the first Presidential debate, which will be held September 29 in Cleveland. → Read More

Lakewood will allow 'parklets' to give restaurants, bars more seating

The City of Lakewood is deciding whether to approve an application for one of its restaurants to install a parklet, expanded seating outside the restaurant that stretches into metered parking spaces. → Read More

Cleveland Heights boutique to be featured during Democratic National Convention

Northeast Ohio will be featured during the Democratic National Convention this week. The DNC plans to air a segment with a Cleveland Heights boutique to highlight the challenges faced by small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

North Canton boy gets pop-up camper from Make-A-Wish

During the pandemic, The Make-A-Wish Foundation had to change the types of wishes it could grant. For Joshua Detweiler of North Canton, that meant no trip to Disney World. → Read More

Advocates find ways to protect rights of Ohioans with disabilities during COVID-19

From Zoom meetings to virtual conferences, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we do many things. For Ohioans with disabilities, that includes how the facilities in which some of them live are monitored. → Read More

Coaches not surprised, but sad about Big Ten postponing college football season

The Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday it would postpone its college football season this fall, leaving open the option of playing in the spring. → Read More