Morning Headlines

Top headlines: Security officer stabbed, severely injured at Akron’s St. Thomas Hospital; Akron’s First Energy reports fourth quarter losses, higher net earnings overall; Cleveland police arrest three people in connection to Monday shooting

Photo of the winter weather in Northeast Ohio.
Michael Bratton / WKSU

Top headlines: Cleveland police investigating SWAT call to store in the city’s Warehouse District; Cleveland police recruit arrested in Columbus over the weekend; Downtown Cleveland hotel looks to hire 300 people ahead of the Republican National Convention

Top headlines: Kent officers back to work after being cleared in fatal December shooting; Chelsea Clinton campaigns in Cleveland today for her mother while Gov. Kasich campaigns in Michigan; Registration deadline to vote in Ohio’s March presidential primary looms

Morning headlines for Monday, February 15, 2016:

Top headlines: Officials confirm case of tuberculosis at Akron’s North High School; Annual Taste of Hudson food festival canceled; Second teen arrested for alleged involvement in the death of a Kent State freshman

Morning headlines for Friday, February 12, 2016:

Family photo of Tamir Rice
Family of Tamir Rice

Top headlines: Heavy snow creates whiteout conditions, causes major accidents in Northeast Ohio; Barberton man sentenced for helping woman obtain heroin that led to her death; New York governor urges federal regulators to reject Key Corp. buyout of First Niagara Financial Group


Morning headlines for Thursday, February 11, 2016: