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National Geographic editor-in-chief Susan Goldberg speaks at City Club: Watch live


The City Club of Cleveland welcomes National Geographic editor-in-chief Susan Goldberg today to discuss the importance of diversity in storytelling.

LeBron James' big decision: editorial

Whatever LeBron James decides, Cleveland should support him. He delivered for our town when we were down, and he has modeled for the rest of us what it means to be an elite athlete and a statesman, too, writes the editorial board.

ICE arrested 146 workers at Ohio's Fresh Mark meat plant


U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's and Homeland Security agents executed a search warrant about 4 p.m. at the Fresh Mark, a meat processing plant, and arrested the employees for immigration violations, according to an ICE news…

Ohio Supreme Court strikes down order blocking traffic camera law


The Ohio Supreme Court struck down an injunction on a state law taking local government fund money from cities that don't comply with restrictions on traffic cameras.

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Sen. Sherrod Brown drafts bill to overturn Ohio voter roll purging upheld by Supreme Court


U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown - who served as Ohio's chief election official in the 1980s - said his SAVE VOTERS Act would amend the National Voter Registration Act to clarify that states can't use someone's failure to vote or respond to a state…


'Stand your ground' bill will advance: Capitol Letter


House Speaker Ryan Smith said his caucus is prepared to approve "stand your ground" legislation but doesn't yet support Gov. John Kasich's proposed gun policy changes.


Summertime fun takes the focus at Westlake's Crossings Village: Apartment of the week (photos)


Westlake's Crossings Village apartments are an ideal place for summertime fun.

Trio set to open in Tremont - first look


Trio is opening in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood from the owners who run 111 Bistro in Medina.


Trump doubles down on inhumanity: Darcy cartoon


Trump now has something else in common with Kim Jong Un, they are both repugnant human rights abusers

Cleveland street repaving project to affect traffic on East Side artery


The work is part of a project expected to cost Cleveland about $2,8 million.


Those sometimes lame 'reason codes' behind why your credit score isn't higher: Money Matters

We recently applied for a mortgage, and received our credit score from the bank. It is in the exceptional range, but I was curious about the "factors adversely affecting our scores."


New $12 million housing development proposed for Akron


Akronites could soon see the city's first new housing development built in the 21st Century. Akron Planning Commission recently approved conditional use for the development called the Crossings at Auldfarm. The city issued a request for…


Independence firm will pay Brecksville $5 million to redevelop former Veterans Affairs hospital property

DiGeroniimo Development LLC, an Independence developer, will pay the city of Brecksville $5 million over 15 years to redevelop the former U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs hospital site at the northwest corner of Brecksville and Miler…


ICE in Ohio arrests 100 during undocumented immigrant raid at meat packing plants


The 100 people who were arrested will be held in either in facilities in either Michigan and Ohio as they await removal proceedings, authorities said.


Community weighs in on gun control at Medina Library discussion


Both sides of the gun control debate were on display June 18 at the Medina Library as the library district hosted 90.3 WCPN NPR's Sound of Ideas Community Tour panel discussion on gun rights and gun control.

Cleveland Bishop Nelson Perez on immigration policy separating families: 'human rights cross borders'


Cleveland Bishop Nelson Perez, the current immigration policy separating parents from their children isn't a political issue. It's a moral one. Here's what he said following a biannual meeting.


Women's voices have become deeper over decades, report says


Modern women speak in a deeper tone than they did in the 1940s, a new study found, according to the BBC.


Rock & Roll Hall of Fame exec Todd Mesek leaving to join Ideastream


Todd Mesek, one of the key executives at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, is leaving the museum where he's worked for nearly 20 years to become chief marketing and development officer at Ideastream.


Carrabba's Italian Grill offers extensive gluten-free menu, including pasta


Find out what gluten-free choices are available at national chain Carrabba's Italian Grill.

Woman suffers broken jaw in Akron road rage incident


The woman was taken to Akron City Hospital for treatment. The man had no visible injuries, police said.

Tuesday, Jun 19

American Greetings laying off staff today at creative studios

American Greetings is laying off staff today at its Creative Studios at Crocker Park in Westlake, as part of a restructuring plan.

26 of the best family dining restaurants in Cleveland: 2018 A-List Dining Guide


Family-friendly favorites range from hot dog joints to farm-to-table cooking to Latin and Asian favorites.

Monday, Jun 18

Rep. Marcy Kaptur meets with immigrants detained in Ohio raid


The immigrants detained in a raid on a Sandusky landscaping operation earlier this month are being held as part of an ongoing investigation into document falsification, U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur said after a Monday meeting with several dozen…

DNA clears long imprisoned man of Cleveland Heights rape, new trial sought


Christopher Miller, 41, who has spent 15 years in prison, could be released from prison in a matter of days after Cuyahoga County prosecutors agreed with the Ohio Innocence Project that Miller's conviction should be vacated.

Historic Bratenahl mansion tops local May home sales, fetching $5 million

A local CEO bought the Howard M. Hanna, Jr., property overlooking Lake Erie in late May, grabbing a piece of Cleveland-area history for $5 million.

Body camera video shows East Cleveland police officer shoot man


The video shows East Cleveland responding to an incident. A man enters the frame and throws at T-Shirt at the patrol SUV. A woman can been seen lying on the pavement near the sidewalk and screaming for help, as officers exited their patrol…

Sunday, Jun 17

Northeast Ohio's Top Workplaces 2018: The list

Northeast Ohio's Top 150 Workplaces: The list

At Progressive, workers love choices, flexibility: Top Workplaces 2018

Progressive grabbed top honors among Northeast Ohio workplaces this year, ranking first among businesses with 500 or more employees.

Cleveland orders frustrated residents to leave lead hazard homes the city helped them clean up


It is unclear whether the city gave inaccurate information to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) about some of the homes that were placarded or whether the information submitted to HUD was accurate but wasn't shared…

Saturday, Jun 16

Maple Heights man who claimed he killed his wife died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, medical examiner says


Aclee Dudley, 56, was found dead Monday morning along with Arlene Dudley, 57, by a Maple Heights SWAT team.

Man's body recovered from Lake Erie at Edgewater Beach


Police found the man just before midnight in the water at Edgewater Park, Cleveland police spokesman Det. Reginald Lanton said.

Friday, Jun 15

RTA and board member Valarie McCall battle over why she sought compensation from transit system


CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority and one of its board members, Valarie McCall, are at odds over why McCall sought compensation from the RTA in 2014 after having declined the payments for eight years.McCall…

Wave of intimidation and violence spooks witnesses in Heartless Felon's murder trial, prosecutors say


Da'Montais Banks has reaped the benefits of a campaign of violence and threats against witnesses in his trial on charges tied to four fatal shootings, prosecutors claim.

Road work this summer at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport likely to heighten traffic congestion

Beginning in August, access to the upper-level departure deck will be limited while crews replace worn expansion joints, though the roadway will never be closed.

Ohioans lose 519,471 years of life from opioid overdose deaths in 7 years


The opioid overdose deaths knocked an average of almost 40 years off the lives of the 13,059 Ohioans who died,