Suzanne Stratford, fox8news

Suzanne Stratford


Des Moines, IA, United States

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Past articles by Suzanne:

‘The whole house shook’: Truck crashing into Willowick home almost caused explosion

A Willowick couple survived a surprise early morning crash that nearly caused their house to explode. → Read More

Norfolk Southern CEO expected to apologize for East Palestine during Senate hearing

The CEO of Norfolk Southern is expected to apologize for the massive toxic train derailment in East Palestine when he testifies before Congress Thursday. → Read More

Video: East Palestine residents emotional at town hall, nearly 1 month after derailment

One month after the toxic train derailment in East Palestine, residents became emotional at a town hall hosted by various local, state and federal agencies. → Read More

‘So much misinformation’: Residents frustrated by disparities since train derailment

It was standing room only at a town hall style event in downtown East Palestine Thursday night. Many people say they are frustrated with the ongoing disparities between what they’re experiencing and what they’re hearing from officials after the train derailment on Feb. 3. → Read More

‘Something just blew’: 911 calls reveal terrifying moments after Oakwood Village explosion

Local, state and federal investigators are now trying to determine what caused a massive fatal explosion and fire at I. Schumann & Company foundry. → Read More

WATCH: East Palestine residents seek answers at town hall

“I live here. I hunt. I fish. That’s what I do. Go down there today and step on a rock and you can watch the oil come up from under the rocks,” said Ted Murphy. → Read More

Humane agents hope to feed, rescue pets left during East Palestine evacuation

Columbiana Humane Society officials are hoping they can soon go to several homes in East Palestine to feed and possibly rescue pets left behind when owners had to quickly evacuate due to the train derailment. → Read More

‘He was a part of us’: Friends, family, Guardians pay respects to John Adams

People from across NE Ohio are paying their final respects to Cleveland baseball’s number one fan, John Adams. → Read More

How AI connects people to deceased loved ones

FOX 8’s Suzanne Stratford shows us a company that claims to keep the conversations going for eternity. See how in the video above. → Read More

‘Really messes up your life’: Strongsville police investigate rash of stolen checks

Strongsville police are investigating a rash of checks stolen from the mail. → Read More

Local firefighter helps save fellow firefighter while vacationing in Hawaii

A Bay Village firefighter is being hailed as a hero after saving a fellow firefighter’s life while on vacation. → Read More

‘A heart of gold’: Daughter reflects on Cleveland Clinic nurse’s murder, 10 years later

Aliza Sherman, 53, was stabbed to death in front of Erieview Plaza in downtown Cleveland. But as the family prepares for the anniversary, her daughter has announced a new initiative honoring her mother. → Read More

‘Such a sweet girl’: Family, friends mourn cashier killed in Dollar Tree murder

A young cashier and newlywed who was murdered by a man with a machete while she was working at Dollar Tree is being remembered by family and friends. → Read More

Training program gives ‘unadoptable’ shelter dogs a chance at finding forever homes

A new training program is giving previously “unadoptable” shelter dogs a chance at finally finding a forever home. → Read More

Blue box mail thefts on the rise in NE Ohio, Postal Service warns

The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is confirming a “recent trend in blue box thefts” in Northern Ohio. → Read More

Ohio bill would let younger teens work later hours during school year

Should younger teenagers be permitted to work longer hours during the school year? They’re currently limited to a cutoff of 7 p.m., but a new bill in Ohio will allow 14 and 15-year-olds to work until 9 p.m. on school days. → Read More

‘What the world needs’: Salvation Army bell ringer spreads cheer with singing, dancing

There’s a dancing, singing and sometimes lip-syncing Salvation Army Captain in Cleveland Heights who is not only collecting donations, but smiles this holiday season. → Read More

A very close call: Firefighters were inside burning Kent mill during explosion

Crews remain on the scene of a massive fire that continues to smolder in Kent’s Historic Mill District. Firefighters were inside of the burning structure when something exploded; blasting a huge gaping hole into an outer brick wall. → Read More

‘Absolute chaos’: Teachers union calls for change amid violence at Akron Schools

A 17-year-old male student was stabbed at John R. Buchtel Community Learning Center Wednesday afternoon and transported to Akron Children’s Hospital. → Read More

Family of boy with cancer has car stolen from hospital

While a child was undergoing treatment for an aggressive form of cancer, an unbelievably cruel thief stole the family’s vehicle from the parking deck at University Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland. → Read More