Reporter at CBS Chicago.National Edward R. Murrow, SPJ & regional Emmy award-winning TV reporter. CLE native. Sun Devil and Cronkite School Master's grad.
Tara Molina is a reporter at News 5 in Cleveland, OH.
AFTER THE SUPER BOWL... Most of us welcomed the thaw-out after those subzero temps earlier this week, but it wreaked havoc on a home that means everything to 22 families in need. They can’t stay here 👇🏻, so they’re hoping the community will step up to help Ronald McDonald House continue to help them. It will be months before this place is fully up and running again.19 days ago
GM LORDSTOWN CLOSING: When you pull off the Lordstown exit on the turnpike, you see an industrial complex and a massive blue Chevy Cruze, but to locals this is so much more than a big metal building with a sign on it. This is the 6.2 million square foot heart of their community. Beating since 1966. Set to stop in March. I spent the day talking to residents, former factory workers, current workers' families, small businesses, politicians and union reps to bring you full coverage of the General Motors changes, their implications and how the community is responding. Watch News 5 Cleveland.3 months ago
ANOTHER ANIMAL ABANDONMENT CASE IN LORAIN: After being starved for months & abandoned, this sweet baby has no reason to trust people, but he does. 😭 What makes this story even more heartbreaking? He and the dog he's recovering with at Lorain Animal Clinic aren't alone...they're part of a troubling, growing problem. Story on News 5 Cleveland at 6PM.6 months ago
114 people arrested by immigrations officials at Corso's Flower & Garden Centers two Erie County locations this morning...I'll bring you the latest at 4, 5, & 6PM on News 5 Cleveland from outside their wholesale location. MORE: https://www.news5cleveland.com/news/local-news/immigration-agents-arrest-114-in-landscaper-sting-in-sandusky9 months ago
News 5 Cleveland is still in Ashtabula County tonight in an area (Williamsfield) that bore the brunt of those storms last night- more than a few total losses on this street. Thankfully, everyone made it to their basements or a safe place before those 125mph winds hit. Hear from them in my final report coming up at 6PM.1 year ago