Amani Abraham, WKYC Channel 3 News

Amani Abraham

WKYC Channel 3 News

Akron, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Amani:

Local and state health officials face personal backlash during pandemic

Criticism, threats and protests. It’s what public health officials across the country have seen during the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

How hotels are keeping it clean in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic

From robots to sealed doors, hotels are stepping up their safety and cleaning measures due to COVID-19. → Read More

LeBron James Family Foundation ready to welcome families into 'I PROMISE Village'

The renovated Akron apartment building will provide transitional housing for students & their families who may be facing challenges, including homelessness. → Read More

Local fire officials stress safety during at-home fireworks celebrations

"We’ve heard complaints that it sounds like a warzone outside." → Read More

Akron councilwoman to propose making face masks mandatory in public

The face coverings debate continues in Ohio with Columbus now joining the city of Dayton in the move to make wearing masks mandatory in public. → Read More

Banners from LeBron James Family Foundation sparking positive conversation and change

"We hope our banners serve as unification amongst the community as well as the world." → Read More

Challenges may be ahead for local teens searching for summer jobs

The gradual reopening phase in the state, paired with social distancing and safety requirements, has led to limited opportunities available for students. → Read More

On the Clock: Cleveland prepares for 2021 NFL Draft

Officials stress they will be ready for the mega-event. → Read More

Local libraries turn to virtual storytelling, activities during coronavirus pandemic

Digital membership & online visitors have increased in the past few weeks as libraries turn their focus on a virtual format. → Read More

Green High School students working to build more effective vaping sensors

They could also earn money for their school's STEM program. → Read More

Training future teachers with virtual reality

The National Science Foundation has awarded Kent State's team of researchers a three-year grant for $1.48 million. → Read More

BigShots golf facility may be coming to Akron

Early site and building plans released by the city of Akron shows the Firestone 9 Range on Swartz Road transforming into a BigShots Golf facility. → Read More

Art x Love installs A-shaped benches throughout Akron

The benches will be set up in four different locations across the city to encourage people to explore and discover. → Read More

Local young athletes react to tragic death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant

"It really just woke me up and gave me a reality check." → Read More

Akron bookstore closing, holding clearance sale until Saturday evening

All books must go – and that means all 4,000 of them that are left. → Read More

Police searching for nude man seen on sorority house porches at Kent State University

While some say it may be a prank, police say they're taking this seriously and charges could be next. → Read More

Gov. Mike DeWine considering ban of flavored e-cigarettes

States and communities across Ohio and the nation have labeled vaping a public health crisis. → Read More

Empty seat at Avon High School stadium dedicated to POWs, MIAs

The chair will remain empty, representing prisoners of war or military members missing in action. → Read More

What to know about rescheduling, canceling flights due to Hurricane Dorian

Airline companies like Delta, American and United are allowing customers traveling in the hurricane's path to reschedule their trips without facing a change fee. → Read More

Strongsville police warns of email scam claiming crime increase in neighborhood

The email was sent to a resident with the sender's name listed as "Strongsville Council." → Read More