CLEVELAND — On Thursday's episode of What's New with Betsy Kling and Jay Crawford, the new bill to be introduced by Governor Mike Dewine to cut down on distracted driving accidents, how Giant Eagle is making changes to it's popular advantage points program, and the heartwarming wish granted to a local girl hoping to go to Disney World.
The anchors weigh in on a viral video that has created an argument online on whether or not it is okay to recline your seat on a plane.
Meteorologist Matt Wintz discusses what you need to know about the weather patterns affecting northeast Ohio in the next few days and weeks.
3News' Stephanie Haney talked with Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh and self defense expert Rob Fletcher of SDI7 Safety and Self Defense Program about how to protect yourself when you’re online dating, and Fletcher stops by the studio to demonstrate self defense techniques you can use to take down an attacker.
In "Clicking in Cleveland," Stephanie breaks down the Ohio Medical Board's ruling that says Browns fandom is not a qualification for a medical marijuana prescription, and the follow up to the Norwalk Basketball hair pulling story from earlier this week.
Happy Galentine's Day! Betsy and Stephanie celebrate the holiday (created by NBC's Parks and Recreations), with treats and fun.
Mike Polk goes live at FatHeads Brewery in Middleburg Heights to get in on the Galentine's Day celebration with a special event just for the girls.
Lindsey Buckingham brings another "Love in the Land" story about how one local couple makes love last.
Will Ujek goes live at Great Lakes Brewing Co. to unveil the new changes and renovations just recently completed.
What's New airs Monday through Friday at 5 p.m. Eastern on 3News, and streams live on WKYC.com, YouTube, and on our 3News app.