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The Miami Heat staved off elimination with a 103-100 overtime victory over the ...
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Vigil/fundraiser Tuesday night for Taylor Robinson, missing since May 3 from Akron
What started out as a teen prank turned into a vicious attack.
Two are wanted in connection with the murder of 17-year old Mustafa McWhorter of Cleveland on May 28
There's no nuclear power being made in Perry while maintenance workers repair a contained leak of radioactive steam.
Big changes are underway at Cleveland Hopkins International airport and drivers will take notice as soon as they pull up.
Removal of dams along the scenic Cuyahoga River is a project decades in the making
There's another movie coming out that was entirely "Made in Cleveland."
The City of Cleveland is open for convention business once again after a two-decade drought.
It's "Tressel Time." Jim Tressel, the vice president of strategic development at the University of Akron, joins us tonight.
Ryan Taylor of the FBI identified defendant Joshua Stafford on Wednesday as a key member of the conspiracy.
Examining police supervisor punishment is Brian Betley, President of the Cleveland Fraternal Order of Police
The family of a special needs student says she was left out of her school's Kindergarten graduation ceremony.
Ariel Castro, accused of kidnapping three women and holding them captive, has been indicted in a 142-page indictment
Imagine having a graduating class of only seven people. It's a reality on Put-in-Bay.
He's the man who led the Chardon Schools through the unthinkable and today marked his last day as superintendent.
A missing link has been added to the Emerald Necklace
Provision in bill being considered by Ohio Senate would allow chiropractors to make call on student athletes with head injuries
Critics have called the security screeners 'virtual strip searchers' and said that they are too revealing
Police advise to just leave the bears alone and keep your distance, do not try to get close and do not feed
Businesses all along Detroit Avenue west of downtown Cleveland are benefiting from the new audience
If you're feeling a bit pessimistic about the potential West Shoreway traffic tie-ups, there may be a silver lining
Who is responsible for maintaining the ladders off piers at Cleveland's waterfront?
Implemented new guidelines regarding narcotic pain pills.
A new call center hopes to make it easier for families to get the help they need.
It's "Tressel Time" as we spent a moment with Jim Tressel, Vice President of Strategic Development at the University of Akron
A former Department of Justice attorney weighs in on two Pilot Flying J employees pleading guilty today
Just how are Ohio bridges ranked when it comes to safety concerns?
A few communities will have to cut back hours or are shutting down their pools altogether because of budget issues.
He impacted and mentored many lives and two men look back on his legacy.