CLEVELAND — On Tuesday's 3News Now with Stephanie Haney, the top headlines include the latest on the coronavirus in Cuyahoga County, with three confirmed cases announced on Monday, ahead of Governor Mike DeWine's press conference at 2 p.m.
As we work to bring you #FactsNotFear, we're sharing updates on ways places are taking precautions to prevent more widespread cases in Ohio, including the self-quarantine of two students in Solon.
As part of that course of action, The Ohio State University with its main campus in Columbus has decided to have all courses meet online rather than in-person for the time being.
Harvard University has also announced today it will do the same, with the Ivy League canceling its men's and women's basketball tournaments due to concerns regarding the coronavirus. 3News sports analyst Ben Axelrod joins the live show to talk through what that means for March Madness.
Ben also shares news of the Cleveland Browns announcing that they have released veteran linebacker Christian Kirksey, the man who brought us all 'Dawg check!'
Supporters of President Donald Trump can get together tonight at a meetup in Xenia.
3News' Romney Smith joins the show to talk about health safety when attending large gatherings.
Looking ahead to March 17, St. Patrick's Day is also on everyone's mind, and as of now the Cleveland's St. Patrick's Day parade will occur as planned, kicking off at 1:04 p.m.
Cedar Point also continues to move full steam ahead with plans for its 150th season, including free admission for a special pre-season event on May 2-3, before the park opens to the general public.