Channel 3 News reporter Kim Wendel's, take on the latest news and happenings.
This seasoned investigative, political and community-oriented reporter and columnist has won awards locally, statewide and nationally. Her awards have come from the National Federation of Professional Writers, the Ohio Newspaper Association, the Cleveland Press Club, the Society of Professional Journalists and Suburban Newspapers of America. She was named SNA's national Journalist of the Year in 2000.
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There's the very first kiss ever in your life, and then there's the first kiss as you start other relationships. Remember?
The next time you visit Dunkin' Donuts, remember that customers should be as gracious as the employees
Covering a trial can be challenging for reporters trying to get the inside story but paying to use the restrooms?
Zimmerman trial in Florida and bridge bomber trial in Akron both get underway on Monday
If there was ever any doubt that "Big Brother is watching you," all doubts should be erased now.
It was 39 years ago June 4 that the Cleveland Indians held the first and last "10-cent Beer Night" promotion
Just when the image of Greater Cleveland is rising higher, something like this makes national news
Why aren't we surprised that Ohio State's Gordon Gee is mired in controversy again for his remarks?
Starbucks is in an appeals court over whether the tips you drop in the tip jars are for baristas only.....really?
Barbara Eden slipped back into her trademark "I Dream of Jeannie" harem costume for her new "master"
Comic book and movie heroes are created in neat, organized packages; real-life heroes like Charles Ramsey just appear
A member was recognized among the ranks of Cleveland's TV legends Tuesday with another legend looking on.
It will be 50 years Oct. 11 that TV viewers had their first glimpse of The Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"
For $600 million? Powerball/USAToday Research tells us the most chosen and least chosen Powerball winning numbers
I intended to write about Tiger Woods and his "lie" during the TPC Sawgrass but this Chicago-area guy trumped him.
Once again the American public will be subjected to watching O.J. Simpson plead his case in court.
With the likes of Anthony Sowell and now Ariel Castro, we learn after the fact that "monsters" do live among us
Cleveland will be playing the role of Cleveland when "Draft Day" begins filming in earnest on Wednesday
No surprise that two 16-year-olds pleaded guilty for tweeting threats to the victim in the Steubenville rape case
Trials and tribulation of former Florida/ Denver/Jets quarterback Tim Tebow getting more buzz than the NFL draft?
One Fund Boston at $26 million in two weeks since Marathon bombings; now we learn one suspect discussed 'jihad'
If nothing else, the Browns' 1st round draft pick has a perfect name to appeal to the Dawg Pound
Reese Witherspoon's "Do you know my name?" or Jennifer Aniston's "bridezilla" wedding delay -- which was worse?
North Korea still threatening a missile launch as U.S., Boston recovers from terrorism inside our own borders
Two examples of separate sets of circumstances involving the same people aren't necessarily connected.
This particular week in April already had its fair share of tragedies before the Boston Marathon killings.
Age doesn't always bring wisdom and youth doesn't always mean lack of wisdom. Justin Bieber is an exception.
I hear it all the time -- off-duty police officer, off-duty firefighter. Let me tell you, there is no such thing.
NFL prospects in Radio City Music Hall for 2013 NFL Draft to be joined by actors Kevin Costner, Denis Leary
Sometimes you just can't make this stuff up. The 'People of Walmart' may have just been trumped.