Cleveland Police Deputy Chief Edward Tomba was honored as an "Unsung Hero" Wednesday night for his work in at least two very important investigations.
CLEVELAND - New information was released Tuesday afternoon regarding the downtown Cleveland homicide of Aliza Sherman.
The Cleveland Clinic nurse from Beachwood, Ohio, was stabbed 11 times.
Now, information on the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's website reports that Sherman suffered stab wounds to the head, neck, back and right arm.
Sherman was brutally murdered in downtown Cleveland on Sunday, March 24.
Cleveland police have video evidence of the attack submitted by the Galleria, but can not clearly identify the person in the video.
The case is nearly two weeks old and Cleveland police have not named any suspects or made any arrests. Chief McGrath told NewsChannel5 last week that investigators believe Sherman was targeted, and the public is not in immediate danger.
Sherman and her estranged husband were set to finalize their divorce on Tuesday, March 26.
The daughter of murder victim Aliza Sherman announced Tuesday that the reward for information leading to an arrest is now up to $50,000.
The group Justice for Aliza is hosting free self-defense training for women.
Cleveland Public Safety Director Martin Flask responded to a recent petition about the murder of Aliza Sherman.
An online campaign is pushing for Cleveland officials to do more about safety downtown after a Cleveland Clinic nurse was murdered in March.
Family and friends of Aliza Sherman are holding another rally May 30 to promote awareness of her brutal murder and to ensure safety in downtown Cleveland.
The estranged husband of the Cleveland Clinic nurse who was murdered in downtown Cleveland earlier this year has hired a prominent attorney to represent him.
A community walk for Aliza Sherman, the mother brutally murdered in broad daylight, will take place on Sunday.
The Maple Heights man who spent final moments with Aliza Sherman and called 911 for help has reached out to her family, upset an arrest still hasn't been made in her stabbing death.
A Facebook page "Justice for Aliza Sherman" has been created in hopes it will help lead to information about the person who brutally murdered the Cleveland Clinic nurse downtown.