Ed is an award-winning reporter who brings an enterprising professionalism and uncanny ability to break big stories to 19 Action News.
Before joining the 19 Action News team, Ed spent four years at the Cleveland ABC affiliate, WEWS-TV, as a featured reporter. Prior to arriving in Cleveland, he spent five years as investigative reporter for WCNC-TV in Charlotte, N.C., and three years as a reporter for CBS's WHP-TV/AM/FM in Harrisburg, Pa.
Ed cut his teeth in the industry as assignment editor for the ABC affiliate WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pa., and then went on to CBS affiliate WTAJ-TV in Altoona, Pa.
Ed is a graduate of Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, summa cum laude, with a degree in Telecommunications and Journalism. He holds numerous awards for outstanding overall journalism and for his investigative work in North Carolina. He is active in his church.
Monday, June 17 2013 9:22 PM EDT2013-06-18 01:22:37 GMT
(CNN) - General Motors is recalling nearly 194,000 vehicles because of a fire danger. GM said water can get into an electronic module in the door, causing it to short circuit and catch on fire. The recallMore >>
GM said water can get into an electronic module in the door, causing it to short circuit and catch on fire.More >>
"Sesame Street" has helped kids deal with divorce, death and even hurricanes. The show is now introducing its first Muppet to have a dad in jail. 1 in 29 children in the U.S. has a parent behind bars. The Sesame Workshop has an online tool kit parents can use to help kids. More >>
Tuesday, June 11 2013 1:36 PM EDT2013-06-11 17:36:50 GMT
The Boys & Girls Clubs' Race for Kids & Wellness Festival presented by Cleveland Clinic is a family-friendly combination of a 5K run, or a 1 mile run/walk, and a celebration of health! The event willMore >>
The Boys & Girls Clubs' Race for Kids & Wellness Festival presented by Cleveland Clinic is a family-friendly combination of a 5K run, or a 1 mile run/walk, and a celebration of healthMore >>
For the 2013-14 rankings, U.S. News surveyed 179 pediatric centers to obtain clinical data in 10 specialties and asked 150 pediatric specialists in each specialty where they would send the sickest children.More >>