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FBI investigating Cleveland City councilman Ken Johnson, report says: Overnight News Links

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Cleveland City Council member, two others under FBI investigation (WKYC Channel 3)

House votes to impeach President Trump after last week’s U.S. Capitol riot, with all Ohio Democrats and one Ohio Republican in the majority (cleveland.com)

Rocky River Republican Anthony Gonzalez votes to impeach President Donald Trump (cleveland.com)

U.K. variant of coronavirus found in Ohio; strain spreads more easily from person to person (cleveland.com)

The Ohio Department of Health on Wednesday reported an additional 206 coronavirus deaths involving nursing home patients.Rich Exner, cleveland.com

Ohio reports 6,701 new coronavirus cases, 17,299 more vaccine doses given: Wednesday update (cleveland.com)

Ohio nursing home deaths due to coronavirus now total 5,265; cases drop in last week (cleveland.com)

Can I get a coronavirus vaccine if someone doesn’t show up for theirs? Answers to COVID-19 vaccine questions (cleveland.com)

Willoughby Hills police car

Willoughby Hills police are searching for suspects involved in a carjacking Wednesday night in the parking lot of an apartment complex on Chardon Road.cleveland.com file photo

Man shot, wounded during carjacking in Willoughby Hills apartment complex parking lot (cleveland.com)

Woman dies eight days after boyfriend shot her in the face in Cleveland’s Central neighborhood, officials say (cleveland.com)

Cleveland police officer wrongfully arrested woman, left toddler with man accused of child abuse, investigators say (cleveland.com)

Woman, 24, dies in stabbing in Akron (cleveland.com)

Authorities intercept 10,000 fentanyl pills headed for Cleveland; two arrested on federal conspiracy charges (cleveland.com)

Interstate 77 police pursuit ends with Broadview Heights officer cut in the face and suspect shot, authorities say (cleveland.com)

Summit County prosecutor fights parole of ‘violent offender’ convicted of kidnapping, rape, murder (WOIO Channel 19)

Springfield first responder COVID vaccines

The Cuyahoga County Board of Health was given 4,000 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. 1,400 doses were given to firefighter/EMS workers in the county. (Don Treeger, The Republican file photo)

Potential for inauguration trouble barely mentioned as Cleveland council panel reviews May 30 rioting, police response (cleveland.com)

FirstEnergy’s fight to undercut Cleveland Public Power exposes a dark-money group with ties to House Bill 6 (cleveland.com)

Coronavirus vaccine distribution for school staff in Cuyahoga County could utilize ‘pods,’ but timeline in flux (cleveland.com)

Cuyahoga County Board of Health to offer coronavirus vaccines Saturday in Euclid, plans additional sites as doses become available (cleveland.com)

7 things to know from the Cleveland Clinic’s State of the Clinic speech (cleveland.com)

Cleveland records 200th death attributed to COVID-19 coronavirus, confirms 184 new cases: Wednesday update (cleveland.com)

Construction begins on five-story, 240-unit apartment building near Cleveland’s West Side Market (cleveland.com)

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to reopen Sunday in preparation for Martin Luther King Jr. Day (cleveland.com)

Cleveland postal workers claim OT hours not paid correctly, they’re getting money orders (WEWS Channel 5)

Chagrin Falls Schools Superintendent Robert Hunt accepts position in Chicago (cleveland.com)

Parma Heights Senior Center using grant to install bus air purification systems and driver barriers (cleveland.com)

Fairview Park City Schools announces tentative return to all-in instruction (cleveland.com)

Summit County to receive 5,750 coronavirus vaccines for people 80+ on Jan. 19 or 20; no countywide registration database (cleveland.com)

What Ohio’s Jim Jordan said as he led President Trump’s impeachment defense on the House floor (cleveland.com)

Ohio school board member Kirsten Hill explains participation in protests that preceded U.S. Capitol riot (cleveland.com)

Ohio starts $300 supplemental unemployment payments; applications may start Friday for others closed out in December (cleveland.com)

Gov. Mike DeWine signs bills regulating electric scooters, overhauling Ohio’s workplace discrimination laws (cleveland.com)

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