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Strongsville company, owner's wife pleaded guilty of dumping liquid cyanide into drain that flowed into the Rocky River
Authorities say a 52-year-old man died when he fell from a cliff while rappelling in southeastern Ohio over the weekend.
As the weather warms up, the marinas get busy around here with people heading out onto Lake Erie.
Parma firefighters rescue deer trapped in trench
The Ohio Wildlife Council will consider proposals next week allowing deer-gun hunting in early January.
Conservation organizations are joining together to turn 2,500 acres along western Lake Erie back into wetlands.
Record numbers of visitors expected at Ohio birding festival means economic boom for area.
This year marks the 75th anniversary for the March for Babies, an effort by the March of Dimes.
For twenty years, honeybee populations have been declining in the United States -- and they're approaching critical lows.
CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland City Council has approved a plan that would transfer several state parks into the Cleveland Metroparks system.
Dead shad are to blame for that fishy smell coming from near Lake Erie.
For four years, a nesting pair has made the Rocky River Reservation home.
A nesting male eagle has gone missing in the Cleveland area.
ODNR's Division of Wildlife is investigating a 'fish kill' near the East 72nd Street pier where boats are launched into Lake Erie
Report says at least some Asian carp probably have reached the Great Lakes
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says Great Lakes levels probably will remain below average for the next six months
A big "brood" of cicadas is forecast to emerge from the ground this spring along the East Coast.
Thousands of dead fish are washing up on the Lake Erie shoreline in the Buffalo area, but state Department of Environmental Conservation officials say it's nothing to be alarmed about.
A homemade tonic including soda and beer has shown to lead to a healthy lawn.
WKYC Meteorologist Marcus Walter was out at the Avon Pettiti Garden Center location to get tips for your spring garden
Judge has ruled against environmentalists who sought to make public lists of ingredients that go into hydraulic fracturing fluids
The Cleveland Botanical Garden has a new exhibit that will get you ready for spring with lots of flowers!
Plaintiffs' attorneys have rested their case in trial over deadly Deepwater Horizon rig explosion, massive 2010 oil spill
Third upstate New York town has won a court challenge to its ban on natural gas drilling.
The state says officials won't voluntarily publicize the types of animals at Ohio's new holding facility for exotic creatures
If bullets are what you're buying, don't expect it to be easy.
Caught on 'helmet-cam' as deer slams into cyclist
Experts are concerned statewide production could be lower than the 100,000 gallons or more reported each of the past two years.
U.S. Air Force is saying it will ground its Thunderbirds jet demonstration team without a federal budget deal
U.S. Coast Guard says it's highly unlikely that Asian carp will reach the Great Lakes by stowing away in barge ballast tanks.