Native Clevelander Brian Duffy is thrilled to be doing what he loves in the city that he loves.
"It's a dream come true to work in the city that I love," he says.
Brian, an Emmy Award winner, is the co-anchor of Cleveland 19 News This Morning. He began his career in the sports department where he’s worked as a reporter and anchor and as the host of Cleveland 19’s Cleveland Browns coverage on Tailgate 19 and The 5th Quarter. Brian also hosted the Cleveland Cavaliers pre-game and post games shows on CLE43.
Brian began his career in Erie, PA where he was the Sports Director at WJET-TV before he made the move to Cleveland in 1999. He was honored with five AP "Best Sportscast" awards.
Born in Euclid and raised in Mayfield Heights, Brian graduated from St. Joseph High School, where he earned several letters in football and basketball. He carried his enthusiasm for sports with him to college at Edinboro University, where he received a B.A. in Communication. In college, he earned three letters in basketball, and ultimately became team captain for the Edinboro Fighting Scots. The Fighting Scots advanced to the NCAA Division II National Tournament during his senior year.
It was in July when Ohio Department of Job and Family Services officials uncovered large scale suspected fraud, as some were using fake social security numbers and fake names to make claims for pandemic unemployment assistance.
Rep. Larry Householder, the former Ohio Speaker of the House, showed up at the Ohio Statehouse on Tuesday, took his spot among the general assembly and worked his way through a busy day of legislating.
The $600 weekly CARES Act unemployment benefit ran out at the end of July, and without a congressional plan in place to replace those benefits, President Trump signed an executive order to divert funds from FEMA to pay for additional benefits.
University Hospitals and Athersys, a Cleveland based biotech company, have announced the start of the Macovia study, a clinical trial that will test the effectiveness of cell therapy for COVID-19 patients suffering from Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) which is the leading cause of death.
The Centers for Disease Control reports that calls to state- and regional-based poison control centers are up just about 20 percent from the same time last year, as people may be taking extreme measures to keep their homes safe from COVID-19.
As a police officer you always want as much information as possible when you are going on a call, and in these times, the information required involves issues like flu symptoms, fever and shortness of breath.
Despite the governor’s stay-at-home mandate, Ohioans are free to make trips for household necessities, but University Hospitals’ Dr. Amy Edwards is hoping you play it smart and limit those trips out of your home.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says that 1,157 people died on Ohio roadways in 2019, the 2nd highest total in the last decade and that five contributing causes accounted for just about 75 percent of those fatalities.
Leonard Miller was in his Perry Township home, when he heard someone screaming and then pounding on his front door. Miller’s neighbor, a 13-year-old girl, told him her 10-year-old sister was being attacked by the family pit bull.
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