Alex Hider, News 5 Cleveland

Alex Hider

News 5 Cleveland

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Alex:

Scottie Pippen announces death of his oldest son, Antron

It’s unclear how Antron Pippen died. → Read More

What is the Super League? And why are many fans so upset about its formation?

How did 12 teams come to reshape the soccer world? And why has the announcement sparked so much backlash? → Read More

Adam Toledo shooting: Peaceful demonstrations take place in Chicago following release of video

Several groups of demonstrators took to the streets in Chicago on Thursday evening to protest the fatal police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo, hours after police-worn body camera footage of the shooting was released publicly. → Read More

'The most delightful person you could have met': Family remembers Daunte Wright in emotional presser

In an emotional press conference on Thursday, the family of Daunte Wright spoke publicly to the media, shortly before the officer who fired the fatal shot that killed Wright was scheduled to appear in court. → Read More

Every Major League Baseball player will wear No. 42 today. Here's why

Thursday marks Jackie Robinson Day — the 74th anniversary of Robinson breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball. → Read More

Officer who shot Daunte Wright to appear in court Thursday after a night of calmer protests in MN

The former Minnesota police officer who shot and killed a Black motorist during a traffic stop earlier this week will make her first court appearance Thursday, a day after she was arrested and charged with second-degree manslaughter. → Read More

Officer who shot Daunte Wright to face manslaughter charge, reports say

Prosecutors plan to file a second-degree manslaughter charge against the police officer who fatally shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop on Sunday, → Read More

Fauci hopes pause in Johnson & Johnson vaccine leads to increased confidence in vaccine safety

While the joint decision by the FDA and CDC to recommend a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine sparked concern in the public on Tuesday, Dr. Anthony Fauci says the decision should underscore how seriously the government takes vaccine safety. → Read More

Cops can pull over drivers in Minnesota, other states for hanging air fresheners on rearview mirrors

The shooting death of Daunte Wright in Minnesota earlier this week has sparked new criticism of laws that critics say allow police to racially profile drivers. Among those are laws in several states that prohibit drivers from hanging air fresheners from their rearview mirrors. → Read More

Biden will wait until Sept. 11 to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan

President Joe Biden said Tuesday that he will withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 → Read More

Officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright identified as Twin Cities sees another night of unrest

Forty people were arrested Monday night in a second night of unrest in the Twin Cities amid the police shooting of Daunte Wright and the ongoing murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. → Read More

White House to hold COVID-19 briefing as vaccine rate, cases continue to rise

The White House COVID-19 response team will hold a regularly scheduled briefing on Monday as both the vaccination rate in the U.S. and numbers of new cases of the virus continue to rise. → Read More

Woman arrested, charged with hate crime after making anti-Asian remarks to plainclothes NYPD cop

A woman in New York City was arrested by an undercover police officer and charged with a hate crime on Tuesday after she yelled racist sentiments at him and other Asian people in Chinatown. → Read More

White House COVID-19 response team to hold briefing as vaccinations surge

The White House COVID-19 response team will hold a regularly-scheduled briefing Friday as the Biden administration races to vaccinate as many Americans as possible while variant strains of the virus continue to spreads. → Read More

McConnell walks back 'warning' he had issued to corporations to stay out of politics

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Wednesday walked back a “warning” he had issued to corporations earlier in the week to “stay out of politics.” → Read More

Jeff Bezos: Amazon CEO says he supports Biden's infrastructure plan & a raise in corporate tax rates

In a statement released Tuesday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos came out in support of President Joe Biden’s proposed infrastructure plan, even though the package would significantly raise the corporate tax rate. → Read More

LA County Sheriff to release cause of Tiger Woods car crash Wednesday

The Los Angeles County Sheriff on Wednesday will announce the cause of the February car crash that seriously injured golfer Tiger Woods. → Read More

Countries face pressure to boycott upcoming Beijing Olympics over China's human rights abuses

With the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China quickly approaching, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and countries around the world are facing pressure from advocacy groups who say the games should be moved or boycotted over the country’s notorious human rights abuses. → Read More

14% of hospitalized COVID-19 patients have since been diagnosed with diabetes, findings say

The American Diabetes Association thinks about 14% of hospitalized patients are developing newly diagnosed diabetes. → Read More

US saw a record-breaking weekend in COVID-19 vaccine distribution

On Saturday, the U.S. distributed 4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines in a single day for the first time, and Easter marked the country's highest-ever vaccine output on a Sunday. → Read More