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Past articles by Jessica:

Cleveland student fatally shot at bus stop identified

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Officials have identified the Cleveland student who was fatally shot at a bus stop near John Adams College and Career Academy after school on Tuesday. Pierre McCoy, 18, was identified as the student who was killed in the 3800 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, according to the Cuyahoga County medical examiner. […] → Read More

Local police respond to rash of car break-ins

Kia and Hyundai automakers are providing people with free club wheel locks in two Northeast Ohio cities. This comes after a TikTok trend caused a rash of car break-ins across the country. → Read More

Tonight: You could win largest lottery prize ever

Today is your chance to become a billionaire and take home the largest lottery prize ever. → Read More

Suspects charged in murder of Elyria teen

The city of Elyria is providing updates Tuesday morning on the murder of 14-year-old Shayne Edwards, who was shot and killed in September. → Read More

Akron Amber Alert: What’s next for Castro, now in jail

The man accused of abducting a 4-year-old after shooting the child’s mother in Akron was handed a $1 million bond at his arraignment Wednesday. Jose Alexis Claudio Castro, 24, who is reportedly the child’s father, has been charged with kidnapping and felonious assault. → Read More

Browns begin training camp, still no Watson decision

The Cleveland Browns will be in Berea on Wednesday as training camp officially starts. But we still don’t know what’s going to happen to quarterback Deshaun Watson. → Read More

Giant Eagle stops using plastic bags in Cuyahoga County

Giant Eagle is eliminating plastic grocery bags in its Cuyahoga County stores starting Friday. → Read More

Vigil held for Akron woman found shot to death in car, likely ambushed by someone she knew

Family and friends gathered Sunday to remember 50-year-old Tina Case. Case was shot and killed Thursday night. She leaves behind two daughters and four grandchildren. → Read More

Painesville police officers honored at gala after saving 4-year-old from drowning

The Painesville police officers saved a 4-year-old boy who was drowning in a fishing pond. He made a full recovery but paramedics say had the boy been in the water 15 seconds longer he would be brain dead. → Read More

2 Strongsville men headed to Poland to help Ukrainian refugees

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio (WJW) – Two Strongsville men are making the trip to Poland to help Ukrainian refugees. They’re bringing bag loads of medical supplies as well as their years of experience in helping those in need. Patrick Greco and Brian Krusz are loading up boxes of medical supplies to take to Poland next week. “We’re […] → Read More

Medina teen in hospital after fall at Hinckley Reservation’s Whipps Ledges

A Medina High School student is fighting for his life after falling from a ledge at Hinckley Reservation. → Read More

‘Feels so unreal’: Fans, players gather for Selection Sunday fun at University of Akron

AKRON, Ohio (WJW) — The University of Akron Men’s Basketball Team is back in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2013. And ironically they are a 13 seed. Sunday the Zips learned they will play 4th seeded UCLA on Thursday in Portland. “It’s amazing,” said Zips player Enrique Freeman. “I’m speechless, no words […] → Read More

‘Heartbreaking’: Parma residents come together to show support for Ukraine

PARMA, Ohio (WJW) – The city of Parma is filled with Ukrainians who are watching their loved ones fight to protect their homeland. “My cousin said ‘We’re under attack, please let everyone know we’re a peace loving country and we just want our land and we want to raise our children in peace and harmony,’” […] → Read More

‘Just want to make a difference’: Northeast Ohio man helps Ukrainian refugees at border

A business owner at Put-In-Bay dropped everything he was doing and flew to Poland to help Ukrainian refugees at the border. He started handing out $100 bills to families. → Read More

Local charity gives gift of adventure to families with children facing life-threatening conditions

A children’s charity in Northeast Ohio is looking to help more families who have a child suffering from a life-threatening illness. The program A Kid Again provides free adventures to the entire family. → Read More

NBA fans take in the All-Star Game ‘awesome’ spectacle in Cleveland

CLEVELAND (WJW) – The city of Cleveland has been celebrating all week but with the NBA All-Star Game finally hitting Sunday night, Clevelanders were taking it in. “Last minute we decided to get tickets because I didn’t want to miss it honestly,” said Clevelander Paul Alex. “It’s something I wanted to be here for and […] → Read More

‘Showing off the city’: Fans crowd Cleveland for NBA All-Star Weekend

From virtual reality to shooting hoops to snagging a picture with the Championship Trophy, the Public Auditorium continues to be packed with Clevelanders. → Read More

‘A safe haven’: All-Star Weekend brings big changes to Cudell Rec Center

NBA All-Star Weekend is underway and while the glitz and the glamour may eventually come to an end, parts of our city will be forever changed. There is now a newly renovated, multi-purpose room and meditation center at the Cudell Recreation Center. → Read More

Why more women are choosing to deliver babies at home

More and more parents are choosing to skip the hospital and have their babies at home. The pandemic has caused an increase in home births in Ohio and nationwide. → Read More

‘Huge for our economy’: Cleveland businesses prepare for NBA All-Star Week

The 2022 NBA All-Star Game may be a week away but the city is already buzzing. Dozens of hotels are already fully booked and tickets are starting to sell. → Read More