Steph Krane

Steph Krane

Digital & Broadcast Producer

Cleveland, OH

Steph Krane joined 19 News as a digital and broadcast producer in July 2020. A Pennsylvania native, she graduated from Penn State with a degree in broadcast journalism and is excited to be living and working in Cleveland.

While at Penn State, she interned at State College's NPR member station WPSU and at C-SPAN in Washington, D.C. She was also involved with the student radio and TV stations on campus.

Outside of work, Steph loves hiking, reading, and being outside.

Recent Articles by Steph

Streetsboro councilman arrested after he sent inappropriate pictures to teenage boy

Kent State to hold virtual vigil, commemoration on 51st anniversary of May 4 shootings

Rep. Tim Ryan announces campaign for U.S. Senate

Tiger cubs make debut at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

New alcohol delivery law takes effect Monday in Ohio

Update: Missing man with dementia found

Ohio BMV to end expansion of expiration dates for driver licenses, vehicle registrations

NBA unveils logo for 2022 All-Star Game in Cleveland

One year ago today: Gov. DeWine announces Ohio’s first coronavirus cancellation

Akron police find 67-year-old man with dementia

2020 was deadliest year in more than a decade on Ohio roads, Highway Patrol says

2 injured after impaired driver crashes into ODOT truck

People 65 years and older now eligible for coronavirus vaccine in Ohio

Pizza restaurants in Ohio to raise money for employee relief fund

18-year-old identified after he was shot, killed by East Cleveland police (video)

Gov. Mike DeWine: ‘hope to have every kid back in school’ by March

Customer leaves $5,600 tip at Ohio restaurant

Ohio healthcare workers receive first doses of coronavirus vaccine (video)

Taylor Swift makes donation to Twinsburg food bank after local family uses song in light display

Ohio Education Association urges schools to ‘reset,’ go to remote learning until Jan. 11

Ohio State Highway Patrol warns against drunken driving this Thanksgiving

Drive-by parades, virtual tree trimmings: Ohio Department of Health releases holiday guidelines

Akron City Council passes legislation that limits private gatherings to no more than 6 guests

Early voting open until 7 p.m. this week in Ohio

10 p.m. curfew on alcohol sales will be in place for a while, Gov. DeWine says

Youngstown State faculty starts strike today

Ohio Department of Health signs order allowing oral, nasal piercings to continue

Gov. DeWine reviewing restrictions on nursing homes, restaurants and bars

Joe Biden to kick off train tour through Ohio, Pennsylvania

Ohio makes General Motors return $28 million in tax credits, invest $12 million in community