Ron Regan, News 5 Cleveland

Ron Regan

News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Ron:

Ohio reconsidering releasing COVID-19 deaths in each nursing home across state

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says he will ask his legal team to reconsider releasing the total number of COVID-19 deaths in each nursing home across the state. → Read More

West Side residents concerned over crime preceding fatal shooting of detective

Residents in the neighborhood surrounding Thursday night's shooting that left a veteran Cleveland police detective and another man dead have been voicing concerns for months over crime and safety. → Read More

Ohioans mailed debit cards with fraudulent unemployment benefits

Federal prosecutors are investigating a massive data breach containing the personal information of millions of Americans and now being used to obtain fraudulent unemployment benefits in at least a dozen states across the country--including Ohio. → Read More

Elderly Lakewood woman swindled out of fortune by handyman

An 83-year-old Lakewood woman was swindled out of at least $90,000 in a series of schemes underscoring a growing threat of financial exploitation among the elderly. → Read More

Company targeted in FBI raid in Downtown Cleveland embroiled in separate lawsuit alleging fraud

The company swept up in Tuesday's raid by FBI agents is facing separate fraud allegations contained in a lawsuit filed in Delaware last year. → Read More

George Floyd death renews painful memories for Tanisha Anderson's family

The death of George Floyd is renewing painful memories for the family of a Cleveland woman who died under similar circumstances after being restrained by Cleveland police nearly six years ago. → Read More

Concerns growing over Cleveland's planning, response to weekend protests

There are growing concerns over both the planning and response by Cleveland's mayor and police chief over the city's handling over protests that grew violence over the weekend. → Read More

Cameras may be allowed in Ohio nursing homes to deter abuse, neglect

Ohio lawmakers are considering proposed legislation that would allow cameras in nursing homes as a deterrent to abuse and neglect. → Read More

Ohio home health care agencies face closing amid future state budget cuts, COVID-19 crisis

Home health care agencies across Ohio are facing an uncertain future with looming state budget cutbacks and limited financial aid associated with federal COVID-19 funding. → Read More

Nursing homes among groups seeking increased protection against COVID-19 lawsuits

Nursing homes, medical provides and private businesses are seeking protection against COVID-19 lawsuits as Ohio lawmakers consider new legislation that would increase immunity from civil litigation. → Read More

Ohio pushes back on Trump suggestion all nursing homes should be tested for coronavirus

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is questioning the value and practicality of testing all residents in long-term care facilities in Ohio following a suggestion by President Trump that "all states should be." → Read More

Ohio nursing home COVID-19 cases, deaths continue to climb

Since April 15, 497 deaths have been reported in long term care facilities--making up 40.5% of the 1,125 total deaths reported since early March across Ohio. → Read More

Ohio prison guards question COVID-19 safety steps in Ohio prisons

The Ohio Civil Service Employees Association representing prison guards remains concerned that not enough is being done to protect inmates, staff and guards at Ohio's 28 prisons. → Read More

Award-winning Cleveland restaurant closes, among hundreds across Ohio hit by economic fallout

An award winning Cleveland restaurant is among hundreds of others across Ohio closing for good as a result of the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Ohio nursing homes report hundreds of COVID-19 deaths

The Ohio Department of Health has released the first reports of COVID-19 deaths in longterm care facilities across Ohio, revealing at least 276 have died since just April 15. → Read More

From National Guard to small businesses: Tracking the stimulus money pouring into Ohio

Ohio is receiving $4.5 billion in federal stimulus funds that are being spread across scores of state agencies and local governments, while many Ohio small businesses are still awaiting funding. → Read More

State report identifies COVID-19 hot spots at Ohio nursing homes

The Ohio Department of Health says 558 patients and 223 employees at longterm care facilities are currently battling the coronavirus. → Read More

Financially strapped hospitals begin furloughing nurses

While nurses are being pushed to the extreme in hospitals across Ohio, others are being sent home as financially strapped hospitals furlough nurses across the state. → Read More

Easter, Passover bring renewed warnings over gatherings during stay at home order

Public health officials are issuing renewed calls to refrain from public worship services during the coronavirus outbreak as both Easter and Passover approach this weekend. → Read More

Healthcare workers' rights in question as coronavirus pandemic pushes hospitals, staff to unheard limits

Healthcare workers across Ohio are raising new questions concerning their legal rights as the coronavirus pushes hospitals and staff to unimaginable limits. → Read More