Maia Belay, fox8news

Maia Belay


Cleveland, OH, United States

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Past articles by Maia:

Dog flu vaccine in high demand, often back-ordered

“Most of the time it can be a mild upper respiratory infection, but it can cause pneumonia or severe bronchitis in some cases. If it gets very severe, patients can be hospitalized,” said veterinarian Dr. Yesenia Garcia-Vega. → Read More

How Daylight Saving Time could become permanent in Ohio

A renewed push at the federal level is underway to make Daylight Saving Time permanent, and it’s happening right as the effort in Ohio is set to be revitalized. → Read More

‘I’m terminal’ at 60: Why are colorectal cancer patients getting younger?

Ann Ritchie was given just months to live when she was diagnoses with stage IIIC colorectal cancer. Patients are getting diagnosed younger. Here are the symptoms. → Read More

Local superintendent recalls being among the first desegregated classes in Cleveland

“Maybe it was a fear of the unknown. I had never gone to school with white students.” → Read More

Plans for Euclid Beach would eliminate mobile home community

There’s a new plan to develop more green space near Euclid Beach, but it will eventually displace residents of a long-time mobile home community. → Read More

Neighbors outraged after attack on local man with disabilities

Residents of Cleveland’s Puritas-Longmead neighborhood are rallying behind a man with disabilities beaten and robbed by teenagers. → Read More

High school musical canceled due to vulgarity gets star support from original Broadway cast

Just days after FOX 8 reported on an abruptly canceled high school musical, the student cast and crew received some star-powered support from the Broadway cast. → Read More

Local high school musical abruptly halted, deemed ‘vulgar’

After months of planning Cardinal Local Schools abruptly canceled its musical claiming it was “vulgar.” → Read More

Local med student diagnosed with thyroid cancer, urges others about warning signs

Danielle Herman, a 26-year-old medical student at Case Western Reserve University, was one of the millions unaware of her body’s struggle with thyroid disease. → Read More

‘Free classes, free certificates’: New grant invests in local health professionals

Case Western Reserve University announced a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The university partnered with the Cleveland Department of Public Health to offer scholarships to prospective or advancing public health professionals in order to increase the number of local practitioners. → Read More

Family advocates for preventive heart screenings in children after loss of teenage son

In Beachwood, Ohio, the mother of Alec Kornet, a Brush High School hockey player who died from sudden cardiac arrest, said Hamlin's collapse should draw attention to heart care standards. → Read More

How should Cleveland spend millions in funding? Your input wanted

A grassroots campaign of Cleveland residents is advocating for an innovative plan that would change how Cleveland spends some of its $500 million from the American Rescue Plan & Recovery Act (ARPA). → Read More

Delivery nurse gives birth to Lorain County’s first baby of 2023

A labor and delivery nurse is celebrating the birth of her baby — the first baby born in the new year in Lorain County. → Read More

Paid safe leave approved for city of Cleveland employees

New legislation by Cleveland City Council aims to protect city employees and their children who are survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence or stalking with up to 60 hours paid time off. → Read More

Family attorney responds to video of Akron officers removing “Justice for Jayland” poster

The family of Jayland Walker, shot more than 40 times by Akron police, said they were “astonished” after a video surfaced this week of two Akron officers removing a “Justice for Jayland” sign from a neighborhood. → Read More

Amoxicillin shortage frustrates providers trying to locate in-stock medicine

More than one month after the FDA reported a shortage of the commonly used antibiotic amoxicillin, some providers are struggling to locate pharmacies that have the medicine. → Read More

‘These criminals are pretty savvy’: Police warn of check washing mail thefts

An unusual spike in stolen checks from mailboxes has several police departments reminding residents to be vigilant about check washing thefts. → Read More

Teacher to be living donor for former 4th grade student, 27 years later

Fourth-grade was a decades-old memory for a Summit County man, when suddenly right when he needed it most, his elementary school teacher came back into his life just in time to help save it. → Read More

Shoppers search for the best deals on Black Friday

Thousands of Black Friday shoppers spent the day hunting for the best available deals at the South Park Mall. → Read More

‘Show support to the heroes’: Red ribbons downtown honor Cleveland firefighter Johnny Tetrick

“It’s important we show support for the heroes and especially to the family to show that there is love and support for them,” said Makenna Sedlak, a firefighter paramedic. → Read More