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An earlier version of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History's expansion plan, shown here, will evolve as a design team finishes plans between now and 2016.
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An altercation on Cleveland's East Side led to shots being fired, leaving a 21-year-old man seriously injured, police said.
The manager of the U.S. Postal Service's Vehicle Maintenance Facility in Cleveland has been charged with taking cash bribes in exchange for awarding business and contacts.
"This new policy was put in place to make sure that events like that that led up to that don't happen again in the city," said Williams.
A man attacked a 57-year-old woman from behind at a walk-up ATM in the Cedar-Lee business district and robbed her.
The merger of city and county jail operations, gun violence and conditions at the city kennel are among the topics that headline the agenda for Cleveland City Council's Safety Committee this season.
Drat! Only eight more days of winter. That's just a little over a week to be able to indulge with seasonal abandon in the comforting comfort food at The Standard.
Police say none of the three Jeep Cherokee owners are related in anyway. All three are similar early 2000 models, police say.
The Cleveland Ballet Youth Company will be performing at the Hanna Theatre on April 25, 2014.
Water-taxi service may return to the Cuyahoga River as early as next year, with the help of Leadership Cleveland alumni.
The boy's mother, Carla Rivera was arrested after the child's injuries allegedly didn't match up with information she gave to hospital staff about what happened.
The 2014 edition of one our most popular annual dining guides -- "50 Things to Eat and Drink in Greater Cleveland" -- makes its online debut Thursday, March 6. It's our annual list of the best dishes, drinks and desserts in Northeast Ohio, selected by the writers, critics and editors who cover food, restaurants and dining, nightlife, happy hours ... (more)
If you ask many Clevelanders to name what's currently the most important issue City Hall should be concerned with, many will say "fixing the potholes."
East Cleveland police Chief Ralph Spotts has confirmed to Channel 3 that the area around Heritage Middle School, where the deadly November 2012 Cleveland police chase ended, will be blocked off Saturday morning by Cuyahoga County sheriff's deputies.
The rambling, 99-year-old red barn is gone, burning so hotly it melted the plastic bumper on a car 50 feet away.
Visit with the Cat in the Hat The Children's Museum of Cleveland 10730 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 44106-2208 Phone: 216-791-7114 www.ClevelandChildrensMuseum.org Sunday, March 9, 2014 Noon to 3:00 pm One of the most beloved children characters of all time is making a surprise visit to the Children's Museum of Cleveland on Sunday, March 9, 2014.