CLEVELAND — It's time to check out the day's top stories with Will Ujek as we present a special online edition of "What's Next" for Saturday Night.
Among the stories you can check out from our newscast:
--The chant, "my body my choice," was heard across the country today, including in Northeast Ohio. The Cleveland Women’s March took place Saturday afternoon and brought more than 1,000 people onto the city's streets, all looking to show support for women’s civil and reproductive rights. Lydia Esparra was at the event.
--Republican Matt Dolan kicked off his campaign for the U.S. Senate with an event in Strongsville. Dolan is among a wide field of candidates who will be vying for the GOP nomination in the race to replace the retiring Rob Portman.
--COVID-19 in Ohio: We check out the latest coronavirus numbers from the Ohio Department of Health.
--Meteorologist Jason Mikell has a look at the weather forecast for Sunday.
--Plus, we check the college football scoreboard from Saturday, including a big day for C.J. Stroud and the Ohio State Buckeyes at Rutgers.
Saturday night's edition of "What's Next" is on digital because we are bringing you a comedy special featuring Mike Polk Jr. on WKYC at 11 p.m. to help us kick off the 47th season of NBC's Saturday Night Live. "The Saturday Social with Mike Polk Jr." features Mike's special brand of humor, entertainment, and music.
Editor's Note: You can watch Saturday night's 'What's New' in the player above or below.