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Bishop Perez departing, new jail locations in OH, the Cleveland International Film Festivals' move to Playhouse, and more on What's New!

Plus healthy workout habits, a touching story out of Ashland, and the latest impeachment updates

CLEVELAND — During Thursday's episode of What's New with Betsy Kling and Jay Crawford, the Catholic church promotes a Cleveland Bishop to Archbishop of Philadelphia, 3News' Mark Naymik discusses the proposed new jails opening in Ohio, and the exciting announcement from the Cleveland International Film Fest.

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Jay Crawford recaps his night at the Greater Cleveland Sports Awards, including his presentation of the 2020 Courage Award winner.

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Digital Anchor Stephanie Haney covers what's "Clicking in Cleveland" including an Ohio brewery putting shelter dogs on beer cans to help them find homes, Jarvis Landry's unforgettable gift to a military veteran, and the U.S.A. National Softball teams decision to train in Ashland this summer. 

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In "Pop Break," Haney discusses Kim Kardashian-West's new legal trouble, Sarah Jessica Parker's statement to end a popular Sex and the City debate, and the new internet challenge that the WKYC team joins in on.

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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.