Andrew Horansky, WKYC Channel 3 News

Andrew Horansky

WKYC Channel 3 News

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Recent:
  • WKYC Channel 3 News
Past:
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • WLTX
  • USA TODAY
  • 12NewsNow
  • NewarkAdvocate.com

Recent articles by Andrew:

Resident questions speed of response in Westlake condo fire

cuyahoga-county Resident questions speed of response in Westlake condo fire Woman claims backup took too long to arrive WESTLAKE, Ohio — A woman who lived in a west side condo complex said the fire that destroyed her building should have been put out sooner. It was just after 11 A.M. Sunday when Bria Lucas saw something was wrong. “I heard a loud knock at our neighbors', pounding, ‘Get out, get… → Read More

Ohio’s Sales Tax holiday is back!

From now through Sunday, you can save up to 8% on many of your purchases in Ohio. → Read More

When should kids who had COVID-19 return to school and sports?

Ohio is now 12th in the country when it comes to COVID-19 in children. More than 5,000 cases have been reported, and Cuyahoga County now has the second-highest numb → Read More

Cleveland bar owners say new closing times are a buzzkill

Saturday was an early night at bars across Cleveland. → Read More

Northeast Ohio's student-athletes brace for uncertain fall season

Several county boards of health have recommended that sports be postponed due to COVID-19. → Read More

Parents brace for uncertain start to school year

Families consider adjusting work schedules. → Read More

New Rock Hall exhibit explores race, civil rights

Music has been a leading voice all along. → Read More

Local teachers unions demand remote learning this fall

Educators say there are too many unknowns. → Read More

State and local leaders pay tribute to late civil rights icon and congressman John Lewis

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine called the 80-year-old Lewis "an extraordinary leader, teacher, and role model for us all." → Read More

12 Ohio businesses cited for not enforcing COVID-19 safety guidelines

They include the owners of Luchita's Mexican Restaurant in Cleveland. → Read More

Ohio University is now at center of state's coronavirus crisis

Students blame Fourth of July behavior. → Read More

What could a 2nd coronavirus shutdown mean for Ohio?

Businesses weigh in on the scary possibility. → Read More

Parma to consider new logo for high school

The "Redmen" could be replaced. → Read More

Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan introduces legislation requiring face coverings be worn 'under most circumstances'

The legislation will be considered by council on Monday, and if passed, would take effect immediately. → Read More

Should school athletes have to sign COVID-19 waivers?

Attorneys say some waivers are going too far. → Read More

Man arrested for climbing onto habitat at Cleveland Zoo

Witnesses say he touched a snow leopard. → Read More

Art embracing message of Tamir Rice's family

cuyahoga-county Art embracing message of Tamir Rice's family 'You all should be fed up with this.' CLEVELAND — On Saturday afternoon, a small crowd gathered outside Saint Martin de Porres High School in Cleveland. There were grab bags for kids, while a mother shared her grief. "He is one of the faces of America that has been slain, lynched, assassinated with law enforcement," Samaria Rice said.… → Read More

How Ohio's COVID spike is different from the south's

Fewer patients are being hospitalized here in Ohio. → Read More

Face masks are becoming as divisive as politics

Aren't they a civic duty? → Read More

Cleveland's East 93rd Street becomes canvas for new 'Black Lives Matter' mural; GALLERY

Cleveland is one of the many cities across the U.S. to paint the message on its streets. → Read More