Emily Hamilton, News 5 Cleveland

Emily Hamilton

News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Emily:

Unsuspecting Wadsworth woman finds close relatives through genetic testing

Tiffany Leonard was raised by a loving father and kept her skepticism tucked away for years. → Read More

Northeast Ohioans pay tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Three letters were heard around the country this weekend following the death of the woman who served as a justice of the Supreme Court for 27 years: RBG. → Read More

From tailgating to benefitting — Muni Lot serves a different purpose on home opening day

Thousands of Northeast Ohioans struggling financially due to the pandemic show up to the Muni Lot each Thursday to stock up on essentials. → Read More

'They need more help there,' woman grieving the death of her husband after he contracted COVID-19 at Willoughby nursing home

Mike Lewis died less than a week after his wife said she was informed he had contracted COVID-19 at the nursing home facility. → Read More

'They were not ready for this outbreak to happen': nursing home employee speaks out about COVID-19 outbreak

Several concerned family members of residents at a Willoughby nursing home have contacted News 5 expressing outrage over the care their loved ones are receiving. Since the pandemic began, 67 residents at Heartland of Willoughby have tested positive for COVID-19 and twelve residents have died. → Read More

You Can't Always Get What You Want: Rolling Stones fans left without refund months after scheduled concert

The couple says tour management’s choice to use the terminology “postponed” vs. “canceled” has prevented them from getting their money back. → Read More

High demand for bus drivers and substitute teachers in Northeast Ohio

As some districts in Northeast Ohio are back in school for face-to-face learning, there’s an added pressure for employers: beefing up their substitute and support staff. → Read More

Parma homeowners fed up with repeated basement flooding caused by storms

Parma homeowners say they dread seeing rain in the forecast because it will mean hours of cleaning and repairs. → Read More

Violent high-speed chase in East Cleveland de-escalated with the help of a local pastor

A road rage incident turned high-speed chase with police Friday morning ended in the arrest of one man and a story one Good Samaritan will likely never forget. → Read More

2 young boys selling snacks to raise money for families of fallen Cleveland police officers

The community is coming together to rally around the Cleveland Police Department after the tragic losses of two officers this week. → Read More

Newly issued eviction moratorium causing confusion

In an unprecedented move, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a temporary eviction moratorium through the end of the year. → Read More

Hybrid classroom instruction begins at the University of Akron

Faculty has been instructed to be lenient regarding face-to-face attendance to prevent classroom contamination. → Read More

Thousands of students return to campus for move-in day at Kent State

Housing facilities are operating at a smaller capacity with approximately 3,800 students spread among 23 residence halls. → Read More

Substitute teachers coming up short as school year begins

Many substitute teachers are struggling to find work in a market they say was already overly competitive before the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Mail-in vs. absentee voting: Is there a difference in Ohio?

Political rhetoric is swirling as many states are increasing their mail-in voting options in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Thousands of Ohioans still struggling to receive employment compensation

More than 1.5 million Ohioans have filed for unemployment since the COVID-19 pandemic began. → Read More

Stark State College boasts no COVID-19 cases after 3 months of in-person instruction

A local community college has been holding in-person classroom instruction for three months and has been able to stay free of any COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Cleveland police officer allegedly claims to be exempt from wearing a mask

A traffic stop by a Cleveland Police officer is raising questions about who, if anyone, is exempt from wearing a mask. → Read More

Lakewood considering parklet applications for outdoor dining

Restaurateurs in Lakewood are hoping to give new meaning to the term “curbside service.” → Read More

Special election in Maple Heights gives glimpse of what polls may look like in November

With 300 polling locations but only one voting drop box in the county, state officials are considering creating more ballot drop boxes. → Read More