Weeks leading up to the eclipse, eye doctors were warning patients to not look directly into the sun.
Those looking for alternative ways to protect their eyes from Monday’s solar eclipse are now seeking medical treatment.
It took 90 minutes for the shadow of the moon to travel across the country.
If you looked at the sun on Monday without the proper eye gear, your eyesight could be at risk.
Authorities say two women watching the eclipse while standing on a sidewalk in Kentucky were struck by a car, and one has died.
All three wore special glasses for safe viewing of the sun.
Ohio is in the path of totality for the next total solar eclipse in seven years.
WKBN 27 First News Meteorologist Paul Wetzl looked at temperature data after the solar eclipse.
The last eclipse in 1979 is what got Megan Turillo, a 5th grade teacher, interested in science. Now she wants to spark her students’ interes…
Meteorologist Matt Jones caught the solar eclipse in Highlands, North Carolina.
It was the first total solar eclipse to sweep coast-to-coast across the U.S. in practically a century.
Minor league teams from Oregon to South Carolina have scheduled games Monday to coincide with the total eclipse.
NASA is warning photographers to protect their cameras when trying to photograph the upcoming solar eclipse.
Astronomers consider a full solar eclipse the grandest of cosmic spectacles.
The line moved quickly and people were able to get their glasses within a half hour.
The tech team at Boardman schools will be using their video cameras to show the eclipse.
A man in Pennsylvania explained what happened to him when he stared at a solar eclipse decades ago.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says to not wear the special eclipse glasses behind the wheel.
While Monday’s total solar eclipse in the U.S. will be a once-in-a-lifetime sky show for millions, there’s a small group of people who have …
Curtis and Linda Beblo drove over an hour from Pennsylvania on a whim. They plan to drive to Kentucky to see the eclipse.
A senior “EDUtainer” at OH WOW! in Youngstown showed us how to create a safe viewing device using items from your home.
The next time a total solar eclipse will happen is in 2024, and it will pass right over Newton Falls.