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'What's New': Biden & Sanders cancel Cleveland rallies, several northeast Ohio universities move to online classes over coronavirus concerns

Kent State, John Carroll, and Case Western among others deciding to halt in person classes

CLEVELAND — On Tuesday's episode of 'What's New with Betsy Kling and Jay Crawford,' both Democratic nominees, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden have decided to postpone rallies originally scheduled for tonight due to the coronavirus, and schools across the state begin cancelling classes to stop any spread. 

Plus, Romney Smith is live at Gervasi Vineyards in Canton, where they're celebrating their 10th anniversary. Tune in as we try some specially-made wines for the anniversary, and for your chance to win!

At 5:30, be the third caller to win a chance at a romantic overnight stay at Gervasi's beautiful hotel or villa boutique. 

3News' senior health correspondent Monica Robins gives the three latest updates on COVID-19 and what you need to know to stay healthy. 

Betsy and Jay weigh in on the high school principal from Louisiana who is requiring all female students and dates to send her pictures of their prom dresses for her to approve. 

In 'Clicking in Cleveland,' digital anchor Stephanie Haney breaks down what has Cleveland buzzing, including one local boy making an appearance on 'Ellen.' 

In 'Pop Break,' Haney covers Coachella's postponement, Blue Ivy Carter's starstruck moment, and more.