Taeler De Haes, News 5 Cleveland

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Past articles by Taeler:

Virtual doctor visits now covered by insurance in Ohio

Families in Ohio can visit the doctor from a phone or laptop at a lower out-of-pocket cost now that private insurance companies are required to cover visits under Ohio law. → Read More

Stark State swaps land for tuition for Akron employees

Stark State College agreed to lease property from the city of Akron to build a training program to train people wanting a commercial driver's license, or CDL. → Read More

VeloSano 'Bike to cure' ride brings in millions of dollars for cancer research

The VeloSano ride for the cure is bringing in millions of dollars through the community fundraiser for cancer research. → Read More

Nothing New: Parma still dealing with flooding after spending thousands to prevent it

Flooding has plagued the City of Parma for years, even after hundreds of thousands of dollars have been spent to fix it. → Read More

Mother whose son was burned in accident warns parents of fireworks dangers

A Lakewood mother is warning other families about the dangers of fireworks after her then three-year-old son was severely burned from a malfunction. → Read More

Kent firefighters monitoring Cuyahoga River after 20 rescues in a week

After nearly two dozen rescues in one week, Kent firefighters are monitoring the Cuyahoga River, as the water current is still above the average level. → Read More

Vigil held for Akron teen struck, killed by motorcycle

A vigil was held on Saturday night honoring the teen who was hit and killed by a motorcycle in Akron. → Read More

SWAT standoff leaves Akron police empty handed, suspect still on the run

A SWAT standoff ended with no arrests Tuesday evening. → Read More

Cleveland City Council introduces lead-safe legislation

After decades of damage, thousands of poisoned children and cries from those demanding change, Cleveland City Council introduced legislation to fight the city’s lead poisoning crisis Monday. → Read More

Baker Mayfield hosts youth football camp in Mayfield Heights, teaches football safety

All weekend, youngsters aspiring to tackle like Baker Mayfield are learning the tricks of the trade through his youth football camp in Mayfield Heights. → Read More

Hail storm sends Akron soap box derby racers rushing for cover

A hail storm knocked down trees and power lines in several Akron neighborhoods on Saturday. → Read More

Continual mail mixups in Ohio City, Tremont leaves neighbors frustrated

Some neighbors in Ohio City are getting the wrong mail, leaving them frustrated, missing important letters and bills. → Read More

Lakewood police launch online portal to build community relationships

The City of Lakewood launched its online Police-2-Citizen Portal to build a stronger relationship with the community. → Read More

Community comes together for tow truck driver who lost part of his leg on the job

The community in North Royalton came together to raise money for medical bills for a tow truck driver who lost his leg on the job in March. → Read More

Are women 'trolled' online more than men? Experts answer

For teenagers or working moms, in the spotlight or out – there is no mercy for them on the internet. Two women from Northeast Ohio recently became the targets of trolls, and took a lot of heat in the spotlight. → Read More

Questions, skepticism surround possible Lordstown GM plant deal

People in Lordstown were given cautious hope after President Donald Trump tweeted new jobs would be coming to the town. → Read More

Plastic bags could be banned in Cuyahoga County by October

Members of the Cuyahoga County Council voiced their support for a single-use plastic bag ban on Wednesday. → Read More

Wadsworth sends crews to wire power to homes in Navajo Nation in New Mexico

The City of Wadsworth sent a crew to light up homes in Navajo Nation in New Mexico. More than 15,000 homes have never had electricity. → Read More

ACLU celebrates 100th anniversary on Public Square

For 100 years, the American Civil Liberties Union has been fighting to protect the rights of people in the United States. On Saturday, the group marked its centennial with celebrations nationwide, including on Public Square in Cleveland. → Read More

What to expect when new payday loan law goes into effect Saturday

Imagine taking out an interest loan with 500 percent interest. It's happening in Ohio everyday. On Saturday, a new law goes into effect that takes aim at those payday loans. → Read More