Tyisha Blade is a Northeast Ohio native raised in East Cleveland. She expressed her love for writing and journalism while attending Cleveland State University. She graduated from CSU with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies.
Since graduation, Tyisha has worked at Cleveland 19 producing newscasts for "19 News This Morning" and "Cribbs in the CLE: Josh and Maria Live."
She also freelances for Cleveland Magazine and Cleveland Scene Magazine.
She proudly represents her city through her work and hopes to continue presenting diverse content that expresses the community she serves.
According to a new report from the CDC, four out of five pregnancy-related deaths are preventable. The leading causes of pregnancy-related deaths include opioid overdose, stress exacerbating mental health conditions, excessive bleeding, heart problems and infections.
The Cleveland Clinic will host free community health fairs on Sept. 22 for people of all genders ages 18 and up to address health disparities in underserved and minority communities. The fairs offer free health screenings for prostate cancer, diabetes, hepatitis C and other conditions.
More children are being sent to Northeast Ohio emergency rooms with severe respiratory illnesses caused by a resurgence in two viruses, University Hospitals' (UH) pediatric doctors say.