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Founded in 1796, Cleveland became a manufacturing center due to its location at the head of numerous canals and railroad lines. Eventually, the city diversified into the service economy. Cleveland's many immigrant groups have long played an important role in defining the regional cuisine, and, in 2007, Cleveland's culinary scene began to receive international attention. Cleveland is also home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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Local Newspapers: The Plain Dealer
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Local Colleges: Cleveland State University Case Western Reserve University

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2017 Cleveland International Film Festival opens tonight

The 41st annual festival, which runs until April 9 at Tower City Cinemas and other venues around town, will feature 416 films from 71 countries over 12 days. A limited number of tickets are available for the opening night movie and gala reception, at clevelandfilm.org .

Cleveland's gay bars evolve in age of greater tolerance

Customers lined the bar at Bounce Nightclub on a recent Friday after watching a screening of "RuPaul's Drag Race." They waited patiently for the main attraction, a drag show from a handful of performers who would dance to popular hip-hop and R&B songs on a small stage at the back of the club.

Cleveland teens killed in weekend shootouts identified

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office released the names of two teenagers killed Sunday during a shootout in Cleveland's Kinsman neighborhood. The 17-year-olds from Cleveland were identified as Tyrone McClinton Jr. and Winston Lancaster, according to the medical examiner's office and Cleveland police Sgt.

Former East Cleveland cop accused of assaulting prisoner charged with threatening victim

A warrant was issued after a grand jury charged former East Cleveland police officer Denayne Davidson-Dixon with obstructing justice and intimidation of a crime victim. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A former East Cleveland police officer charged with driving a prisoner to a park and beating him faces A warrant was issued Tuesday after a grand jury charged Denayne Davidson-Dixon with two counts each of obstructing justice and intimidation of a crime victim.

Brain and arm implants help paralyzed US man feed himself

In this undated photo made available on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 by Case Western Reserve University, Bill Kochevar feeds himself, in Cleveland, Ohio. A paralyzed man was able to feed himself for the first time in eight years, after doctors implanted electronic sensors into his brain and arm that restored the broken connection between them.

Ex-fugitive found hiding under toddler's bed gets 21 years for Cleveland killing

A Cleveland man has been sentenced to spend the next 21 years in prison after he admitted killing a friend of his ex-girlfriend last summer. Jonathan Vargas, 28, of Puerto Rico pleaded guilty Monday to voluntary manslaughter, felonious assault and aggravated burglary in the Aug. 15 slaying of Julio Perez at his ex-girlfriend's house on Lawn Avenue in Cleveland.

Cleveland gang member charged in drive-by shooting that wounded two children

An 18-year-old admitted gang member has been charged in an October drive-by shooting that wounded two young girls. A grand jury on Monday charged Jeron High, of Cleveland, with attempted murder, felonious assault and gang charges in the Oct. 4 shooting at a home on Dudley Avenue in the city's Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood.

Talk it out: How can Cleveland curtail youth gun violence?

A string of recent shootings in Cleveland that claimed the lives of four people and left five more with gunshot wounds reignited a seemingly perpetual discussion about how to address youth gun violence . Mayor Frank Jackson and Cleveland police Chief Calvin Williams held a press conference at city hall Monday in the wake of the fatalities, where they addressed kids, violent crimes, and the guns they use to commit them.

Jenna Fournier of Cleveland's Nights talks new solo EP

Since 2010, Jenna Fournier has led the shoegazey Cleveland rock band Nights. The vocalist and guitarist releases her first solo EP in a decade, "The little dreamer," this April 19 with physical copies available exclusively in Japan.

Rising stage star Marcia Custer finds her 'Selfie' at Cleveland Public Theatre

Marcia Custer is a chameleon. You're as likely to see her choreographing work with an established modern dance troupe, such as Cleveland's esteemed the Movement Project, as you are to see her on the bill of an experimental concert at a dimly-lit punk rock club.

Cleveland 2 mins ago 6:55 p.m.Did city ignore warning signs of I-X Center chaos?

"There was a certain amount of information that we had that we weren't allowed to follow up on because of the overtime," Loomis said. "That's tragic.

Prosecutors can't use marijuana candy seized during Cleveland traffic stop at trial

An appellate court agreed with a lower-court ruling that a Cleveland State University police officer illegally seized 150 pieces of edible marijuana candies from a man during a downtown traffic stop. The Ohio Eighth District Court of Appeals on Friday refused to revisit its February decision upholding a Cuyahoga County judge's decision to bar prosecutors from using the candies as evidence in the felony drug trafficking trial of Edwin Vega.

Man who kidnapped teen from Cleveland bus stop, raped her gets 30 years in prison

A Cleveland man was sentenced Monday to spend 30 years in prison after a jury convicted him of kidnapping a 17-year-old girl from a Cleveland bus stop at gunpoint, dragging her into a van and raping her. Common Pleas Judge Michael Jackson imposed the sentence after he found Eric Buchanan, 38, to be a repeat violent offender, citing a violent criminal history that includes a 2000 attack that involved another 17-year-old girl at another Cleveland bus stop.

Cleveland State University teacher identified as fatal shooting victim

A Cleveland State University adjunct professor was one of several victims of a series of weekend shootings on the city's East Side, a university spokesman confirmed Monday. David Wilder, 61, died Saturday after he was shot about 1:35 p.m. at East 89th Street and Woodland Avenue on the border of Cleveland's Kinsman and Fairfax neighborhoods.

Lawyers for convicted Cleveland killer produce 3D video that says victim committed suicide

Lawyers for a Cleveland man sentenced to life in prison in the 1989 death of his roommate say they have unearthed new evidence that shows the victim might have committed suicide. John Tiedjen's defense team paid a Cleveland company to create a 3D animated video re-enactment of the April 1, 1989 death of Brian McGary that shows the 18 year old placing a rifle to his own forehead and pulling the trigger, court records show.

Cleveland's magnet schools score as well on state tests as St. Ignatius

Donte Compton, left, and Michael Ricks, students at the Cleveland School of Architecture and Design, put finishing touches on their architectural model during a workshop three years ago. Their school, part of the Cleveland school district's John Hay campus, scores as well, or better, than private voucher schools in the city on state tests.

If you shop at Harbor Freight, you may be due a refund

If you have shopped at a Harbor Freight store in the last five years, you may be eligible for a refund. Harbor Freight Tools settled a class action lawsuit this week that could give shoppers up to 30% back on all their purchases.

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