Tia Myers-Rocker


Tia is a senior journalism major at Kent State University with experience in broadcast, print, visual and digital journalism. Tia works as a member of Kent State student media's TV2 and is an ambassador for the College of Communication and Information

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The head of a nonprofit organization in Cleveland says there are a lot of residents who are not getting dental care because they don’t have insurance.

That’s why MedWorks will treat anyone for free at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland on Saturday. The center is located at 300 Lakeside Ave, Cleveland, OH, 44113. 

MedWorks CEO Jerome Belinson says 400 dental professionals have volunteered to clean teeth, do fillings, or pull teeth if necessary. It’s first come, first serve.

Belinson  says they expect to treat 1,500 to 2,000 people.

A military veteran who’s studying at the University of Akron got a surprise from the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The City of Columbus

Former Franklin County rivals have combined efforts to create an Issue 1 alternative that they say will change the criminal justice system.

A stock photo of stethoscope and chart.

Health officials are raising awareness about a Hepatitis A outbreak.


Parents from the Cleveland area are making an unusual request.