19 News Investigates tonight at 11: Many say their loved ones have been disrespected at Resthaven Memory Gardens in Avon. Grave markers have been cracked and grave sites at the cemetery have been flooded.
Kwame Ajamu and two other men have waited years and still haven't received for Cleveland Police to turn over documents from a public records request revealing why they became the suspects in a 1975 murder.
The Uniform Crime Reporting Act of 1988 requires federal law enforcement agencies to submit information about their cases to a federal database maintained by the FBI; however, those agencies are currently not submitting data, including information about hate crimes.
This year, 207 people have died on Ohio roadways. On Friday, March 15, Camilo Gabriel, a Cleveland father and husband, crossed the road with his wife, Vilma, to go to a medical appointment at Metro Health. That's when a white SUV headed toward the couple.
A convicted sex offender and former attorney, who once led the National Teenage Republicans and Michigan Federation of Young Republicans organizations, is accused of raping a woman last summer in Euclid.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau provides information about financial institutions, including complaints. But NerdWallet and InvestigateTV have found examples of complaints that don't show up in the database.
The Cleveland19 Investigative Unit reviewed city employee overtime from January 1 to February 5 of this year. The highest overtime earner was a police sergeant, who pulled in more than $12,000 in OT during that time period.
We rely on them to save our lives in emergencies, but who's looking out for paramedics and EMTs when the people they're supposed to save turn violent?Cleveland19 found in Cleveland, ambulances sometimes beat police to the scene, putting paramedics’ lives at risk in dangerous situations.
We’ve all grown to love, and in many cases depend, on technology. Our phones do more than ever, our televisions are tracking your habits, we even have devices that take care of our grocery lists and orders.
According to government reports, there is evidence that the main oversight agency for seafood, the Food and Drug Administration, has failed to meet new mandates to increase inspections at foreign food facilities.
You've seen the signs on Ohio roadways. As the days go on, they tell us how many people have died in traffic crashes and other road incidents so far that year. Last year, that number reached 1,071--the total number of fatalities in the year 2018.
A northeast Ohio man says his energy efficient windows are causing fires in his yard and even melting his neighbor’s siding. Cleveland 19 investigated and found the terrifying phenomenon is happening across the country.
The people we rely on to save us in an emergency could be facing a mental health crisis themselves. Cleveland 19 spoke to three Cleveland EMS paramedics and a former commander who shared their stories of PTSD and mental health trauma.
Frustrations continue for retired Ohio police and firefighters. Cleveland 19 News has been investigating problems after a pension overhaul causing healthcare prices to skyrocket and many retired first responders footing expensive bills.
ODOT says a bridge over I-76 in Akron is safe. The debris that fell on someone's car was actually from a conduit that protects utilities like cables. Cleveland19 is looking at inspection reports for other busy bridges in Northeast Ohio.
Hunt was part of a violent confrontation in the hallway of the Metropolitan at the 9 hotel in Cleveland in February.The former Kansas City Chiefs running back apologized to the victim in a televised interview.
There has been a lot of talk about 3-D printers lately. The devices, which are still fairly costly but can be as cheap as $200, print actual objects from a single blueprint, typically out of plastic. So how safe are they?
Sbeih-Maddox, who eluded law enforcement for more than a year, was arrested on a fugitive warrant in Las Vegas in August. She had been living under an alias at a Las Vegas youth homeless shelter since May.