Good Thursday morning northeast Ohio! Fast Food workers across the nation are protesting today for better pay, including workers right here in Cleveland. They are asking for $15 dollars an hour, and the
The Ohio Highway Patrol released their final report Wednesday on their investigation into the suicide of convicted kidnapper Ariel Castro. The report includes handwritten notes from Castro; one about confessing to Jesus and God forgiving sinners.
A big announcement from Michelle Knight. The kidnapping survivor has signed a book deal. Knight says she plans to tell her full story about her experience being held in captivity for more than 11 years by convicted kidnapper Ariel Castro.
Good morning Northeast Ohio Michelle Knight opens up in an emotional interview, talking about her decade of torture at the hands of Ariel Castro. Millions have seen the interview, and many Northeast Ohioans
Cleveland voters elected to keep incumbent Mayor Frank Jackson at City Hall. Mayor Jackson easily defeated his opponent, businessman Ken Lanci, with 66% of the vote. The mayor stopped by 19 Action News on Wednesday morning to talk about his...
Hi, It's Romona Robinson in the 19 Action Newsroom. We are working on a number of new stories for tonight at 11. Search for a killer! We're uncovering breaking details as police hunt for the person who gunned down a beloved local Fire Lieutenant. A...
Not long after the rescue of the three women on Seymour Avenue, a man accused of raping, and convicted of kidnapping another woman showed up at the home of Gina DeJesus and her family. What was he doing there? And why didn't anyone warn Gina and her parents?