19 Investigates took a deeper look into the background of the Conn-Selmer plant based in Eastlake. Both OSHA and the Ohio EPA have found the company in violation of a number of health and safety issues.
Our partners with the Cuyahoga County Scam Squad want to warn you about an alarming new con that is wiping out people’s life savings. Officials say it targets folks who are typically savvy about potential scams — yet some are still falling for this one. This sinister scam is popping up throughout the country and the feds say it t often tricks people by using pop-ups to get their attention. Then it claims to be generated from a legitimate government agency that’s warning them that their financial information has been hacked.
The City of Cleveland has already spent tens of millions of dollars in overtime this year alone. As of mid-September, Cleveland has paid workers more than $40M. The CPD accounts for nearly half of the city's overtime expenditures.
Studies show that increased police training can lead to more sexual assault convictions. 19 Investigates discovered that the state of Ohio does not require law enforcement officers to complete regular sexual assault training.
Could money be the reason some violent juvenile offenders are getting off with just a slap on the wrist? 19 Investigates looked into a troubling trend that could be behind the spike in violent juvenile crime.
Avvie Johnson has been waiting, waiting since October of 2022 when she said she first reported to Cleveland Public Power that someone had driven into the light pole on the tree lawn of her home on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
“One of the things I tell them is that if we all we got, then we got to be all we need because losing ain’t an option,” Fred Ward said. “Just because you might have done that don’t mean that you have to stay that.”
Organizations are working to help people with disabilities gain more independence in everyday life, thanks to technology. The first Smart Home in Stark County is a model people are hoping to copy for more homes across Ohio.