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Police have developed possible leads after a 26-year-old man was shot in the back just off Cuyahoga Community College's Metro Campus Friday morning.
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Car accidents have been an all too common sight on roadways across Northeast Ohio this winter, making this an especially busy one for collision repair shops.
Police arrested 26-year-old Storm D. Blunt at the Fairbridge Hotel on Ridgehills Drive, and charged him with felony heroin possession, according to a Thursday night release.
A woman was wounded in the leg Thursday night in a drive-by shooting on the city's East Side, police said.
It's been about three years since Mayor Frank Jackson launched a push to combine the city's Fire Department and EMS.
The developers envision more than 1,500 apartments on the lakefront, restaurants and shops ringing the harbor and a school linked to the Great Lakes Science Center.
Grant Cleveland is a man with a deep-seated love of plants. He founded a company, DuneCraft, Inc., to foster the love of growing things among kids.
A Parma woman was among the three fatalities reported Wednesday afternoon after a huge pileup on the Ohio Turnpike northeast of Clyde.
A northeast Ohio man whose girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter died from injuries suffered while he was baby-sitting has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter.
If you're looking to the city of Cleveland to help pay for repairs to your vehicle caused by potholes, don't hold your breath.
The Cleveland Cavaliers kicked off a weekend of retirement festivities for long-time favorite player Zydrunas Ilgauskas on March 7 at the Ritz-Carlton in Downtown Cleveland.
The city ushered in a new era in public safety this week after appointing a new police and fire chief in the last few weeks.
A big dose of heavy, blowing snow is hitting much of northern Ohio. At least seven counties in the northwestern part of the state around Toledo have told drivers to stay off the roads unless they are emergency or essential personnel.
The shrinking staff of the Plain Dealer gathered outside its soon-to-be former headquarters building at 18th Street and Superior Avenue to take a group picture.
The longtime owner of a company that ran the Cleveland Job Corps Academy was indicted late Tuesday on federal charges that he failed to pay the Internal Revenue Service $872,000 in employee taxes.
A woman told police several men wielding weapons tore their way into her East Side home and assaulted her Tuesday morning.
The winter of 2013-14, however, could end up with the most snow since that record year.