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Yesterday | Cleveland.com
Cleveland Municipal Judge Angela Stokes is under fire for how she runs her courtroom.
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Saturday | Planetizen
Comparing the demographic changes of Cleveland and Chicago, the results might surprise you: "Cleveland is experiencing brain gain.
Saturday | The Plain Dealer
St. Patrick's Day Parade Grand Marshal Andrew Dever says "hopefully have a beautiful day" Monday.
Saturday | Cleveland.com
Access to the ballot in Ohio is better than the national average and light years better than it is in the bluest states in nation.
Fentanyl, the powerful prescription pain killer that's shown up in a recent batch of heroin for what's believed to be the first time in Cleveland, has likely killed again.
At 7 that night, West Park Historical Society will present "Cleveland's West Side Then & Now" at Cretan Party Center, 3853 W. 168th St., in Cleveland's West Park neighborhood.
A new report outlines proposals for either upgrading or replacing major portions of Cuyahoga County's aging Justice Center at a cost to taxpayers ranging from $295 million to as much as $429 million.
The award-winning daily program about business and finance puts a human face on the global economy, with insight from anchor Kai Ryssdal.
Ed FitzGerald's St. Patrick's Day revelry gets off to an early start Friday evening with a swing through Washington for the White House's festivities.
The medical examiner in Northeast Ohio's Cuyahoga County said Thursday that heroin killed 195 people there in 2013, shattering the previous record of 161 fatal overdoses in 2012.
The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office identified the victims as Candice R. and Michael A. Incorvia.
Cuyahoga County Public Library is teaming up with the Warrensville Heights, Garfield Heights, Bedford and Maple Heights school districts to provide free "Kindergarten Club" Kindergarten readiness programs at four branch locations.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio says the state's juvenile court judges should not be allowed to shackle youths indiscriminately in their courtrooms.
The legal arm of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has called for Cuyahoga County to stop bundling and auctioning off its property tax liens to outside debt collection firms.
Sean Szaller, who was initially accused of having sexual contact with a Magnificat student, was sentenced to five years probation and will eventually serve 20 days in jail after he pleaded guilty to assault charges, Rocky River prosecutor Mike O'Shea said Wednesday evening.
Gov. John Kasich is proposing a 60-cent hike in the state tax on cigarettes, as part of a plan to pay for an income tax cut.