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  1. Cleveland Clinic, parents clash over girl's brain tumor treatment; court to decideRead the original story

    Sunday May 13 | Cleveland.com

    How we reported this story: The Plain Dealer gained access to the juvenile court hearings detailed in this story, by agreeing not to identify the family members involved to protect their privacy. Though they are American born, some of them have adopted names to reflect their Moorish American culture.

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  2. A glimpse of Cleveland's global exhibition in the making with FRONT directorRead the original story

    Sunday May 13 | The Plain Dealer

    She is producing new work for the FRONT International Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art , which opens its inaugural summer-long run in Cleveland, Akron and Oberlin on July 14. As of last week, however, Yeager didn't know where FRONT would show her assemblage sculptures, made of large discarded household and commercial items, including a wading pool and a bottle drying rack. "I'll consider anything," she told Michelle Grabner , the show's artistic director, during her visit to Yeager's studio last week in a Perkins Avenue factory building on Cleveland's East Side.

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  3. Children's Museum of Cleveland gets gift, milestone visitorRead the original story

    Sunday May 13 | The Plain Dealer

    When JoAnn and Bob Glick visited The Children's Museum of Cleveland over Thanksgiving with their daughter and two grandchildren, the couple was so impressed that they've donated $250,000 to support the museum's mission. "We loved everything about it, to be honest," JoAnn Glick said of the experience.

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  4. Restored B-17 bomber Memphis Belle debuts Thursday at Air Force museum in DaytonRead the original story

    Sunday May 13 | The Plain Dealer

    On Thursday one of the most celebrated aircraft of World War II will embark on a new mission when the B-17F Memphis Belle is unveiled after 13 years of restoration at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Dayton. Three days of special programs and events , May 17-19, are planned in conjunction with the unveiling, including World War II static aircraft displays, re-enactors with vintage vehicles, memorabilia and artifact displays, and guest speakers.

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  5. Here's a different kind of Cleveland Browns huddle worth watching: Phillip MorrisRead the original story

    Sunday May 13 | Cleveland.com

    Passions were running hot after members of the Cleveland Browns took a protest knee during the playing of the national anthem this past preseason. Cleveland's police and EMS unions said they would decline to hold a large American flag during pregame ceremonies for the team's home opener.

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  6. Canalway Partners RiverSweep holds 28th annual clean-up of Cuyahoga River ValleyRead the original story

    Saturday May 12 | The Plain Dealer

    This time, the riverbanks and nearby areas burned with the enthusiasm of more than 700 volunteers participating in the annual Canalway Partners RiverSweep trash-collection effort. In the past 28 years more than 24,000 tires and 623 tons of trash have been gathered by some 19,000 RiverSweep volunteers.

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  7. Cleveland Indians put Tyler Naquin on DL, activate Tyler Olson from paternity listRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 12 | Cleveland.com

    Just as Tyler Naquin had started to heat up at the plate, the Cleveland Indians announced Saturday that the 27-year-old outfielder is heading to the disabled list with a sore left hamstring. In a corresponding move, the Indians activated reliever Tyler Olson from the paternity list to take Naquin's spot on the 25-man roster.

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  8. Relevance of Ray Bradbury's 'Fahrenheit 451' stressed in HBO filmRead the original story

    Saturday May 12 | Cleveland.com

    CLEVELAND, Ohio - When Ray Bradbury departed this planet at the age of 91, he left behind a towering stack of incredibly influential imaginative fiction. It was a marvelous gift from a generous writer whose books included "The Martian Chronicles," "Dandelion Wine," "The Illustrated Man" and "Something Wicked This Way Comes."

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  9. A future Gov. Cordray or Gov. DeWine needs to start planning now for...Read the original story

    Saturday May 12 | Cleveland.com

    Richard Cordray won Cuyahoga County, but not Cleveland and some suburbs, in his gubernatorial primary against Dennis Kucinich and four other candidates, the unofficial tally shows. . * Democratic State Chair David Pepper claimed the GOP primary wounded Republican Senate nominee Jim Renacci, of suburban Akron, The Columbus Dispatch reported last week.

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  10. RTA bus driver logs 40 years and a million miles without an accidentRead the original story

    Saturday May 12 | The Plain Dealer

    But Godwin McNeal's done it over an estimated 1.2 million miles behind the wheels of Regional Transit Authority buses, passing potholes, ice, bicyclists and pedestrians deep in thought and drivers who think their cars qualify for bus lanes. McNeal has had plenty of different routes and shifts over the years.

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  11. Neighbor refuses to return basketball to children until she consults her lawyer:...Read the original story

    Friday May 11 | Cleveland.com

    Neighbor Trouble, Muirwood Court: A woman reported that her neighbor was photographing her children and stole their basketball when it rolled into her yard May 6. She said it was an ongoing issue. Police spoke with the neighbor woman who claimed the children were trespassing.

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  12. Woman files police complaint against church lemonade stand: Chagrin Falls Police BlotterRead the original story

    Friday May 11 | Cleveland.com

    Complaint, Main Street : A woman called police 11:23 a.m. May 5 after seeing a lemonade stand near the entrance to Riverside Park. She said the group needs to apply for a permit, but that she is familiar with the park commission and they would be turned down.

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  13. Attacking pit bull leaves gash on greyhound: Orange Police BlotterRead the original story

    Friday May 11 | Cleveland.com

    Animal bites, Lander Road: A seven-year-old pit bull with no history of attacks ran off its property unleashed shortly after noon on May 6 and went after a greyhound being walked by a neighbor. The man watching the pit bull for his daughter said it had gotten away from him, and owners of the greyhound said they expected their costs to be fully covered for a trip to the vet to treat a cut of several inches suffered by the greyhound.

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  14. Cleveland musician Robert O'Lexa celebrates birthday by playing in four bands -- in one nightRead the original story

    Friday May 11 | The Plain Dealer

    Having a birthday party thrown in your honor is fine and all. But Robert "Darkmatter" O'Lexa won't have much time to enjoy it.

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  15. Street repaving to begin Monday in northeast Cleveland: Here's the listRead the original story

    Friday May 11 | Cleveland.com

    Work is expected to begin Monday on eight side streets in Ward 10 in the northeast area of Cleveland as part of the city's 2018 street resurfacing program. One lane will be maintained for local traffic during each project and no detours are expected.

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  16. The Queen of Hearts reigns as Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine...Read the original story

    Friday May 11 | Cleveland.com

    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said Queen of Hearts raffles, similar to the one played at the Grayton Road Tavern, can continue as long as the owner doesn't retain a portion of the winnings. "Based upon the information provided by the prosecutor, games such as this would not violate the law if the game had a meticulous and defined set of rules, all money collected from participants was distributed to winners by the game's final round, and the proprietor did not take a cut of the prize pool," DeWine said in a statement released Friday.

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  17. Man steals library employee's keys, car: Shaker Heights police blotterRead the original story

    Friday May 11 | Cleveland.com

    Theft, Van Aken Boulevard: At 10:30 a.m. May 8, police detained a Cleveland man, 26, who stole the car keys of an employee at the Shaker Heights Main Library, 16500 Van Aken Blvd. The thief located the car in the employee's lot and drove off. By using the car's tracking device, police were able to locate and apprehend the suspect in only about seven minutes.

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  18. Car partially submerges in wet cement: Pepper Pike Police BlotterRead the original story

    Friday May 11 | Cleveland.com

    Damage to property; Cedar, Brainard roads: Police responded to a construction zone around 1 p.m. on May 8 where a vehicle was stuck in wet cement. The driver, from the Kamm's Corners section of Cleveland, did not appear to be injured and had insurance.

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  19. Royal welcome: Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Royals lineups for Friday, Game No. 37Read the original story

    Friday May 11 | Cleveland.com

    CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Trevor Bauer makes his eighth start of the season Friday as the Cleveland Indians welcome the Kansas City Royals to Progressive Field. It marks Bauer's first start since taking a loss last week at Yankee Stadium in an outing that saw him retire the first 12 batters he faced before allowing four runs on two hits with three walks and eight strikeouts.

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  20. Undocumented father of four takes sanctuary inside Pilgrim Congregational ChurchRead the original story

    Tuesday May 1 | Cleveland.com

    Eulogio Hernandez-Box, at the microphone, is a married father of four who has taken sanctuary inside Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ on Cleveland's West Side rather than be deported back to Guatemala. He said he couldn't bear the thought of letting his young sons, ages 9, 8, 3 1/2, and 2, grow up without a father.

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