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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.

Population: 478403
Local Newspapers: The Plain Dealer
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns (NFL) Cleveland Indians (MLB) Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Cleveland State University Case Western Reserve University

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Woman found dead in garbage can in abandoned Cleveland home is missing Cleveland Heights mother

A woman found dead in a garbage can at an abandoned Cleveland home was identified Friday as a Cleveland Heights mother who has been missing for a month. Johnson's death is being investigated as a suspected homicide, but police and the medical examiner have not yet said how Johnson died.

Trio vowed 'street justice' before stabbing two teens in Cleveland, police say

A trio who attacked and stabbed two teenagers Thursday vowed 'street justice' shortly before attacking them, according to a police report. Two teens, ages 15 and 17, suffered several stab and slice wounds in the attack.

Cleveland's nuCLEus project appears to be target of proposed tax ...

A new state tax credit being considered by the General Assembly appears tailor-made for a downtown Cleveland project - the high-rise nuCLEus development in the Gateway District. House Bill 469 would create a tax credit for "transformational mixed-use developments" with specific parameters: A project must cost at least $400 million.

Spice Companies announces dinner dates, including Cleveland Metroparks sites

Spice Companies announced its full 2018 schedule today for the four new Plated Landscape dinners in Cleveland Metroparks and other sites, including its home base of Spice Acres in the Cuyahoga Valley. Most dinners will be held outdoors, with options during inclement weather.

At least one suspect committed another rape among 60 cases Cleveland detective failed to...

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Police Chief Calvin Williams announce discipline for three officers earlier this month in connection with more than 60 sex crimes and child abuse cases that were not properly investigated.( Cleveland, Ohio -- A Cleveland police internal investigation into more than 60 sex crimes and child abuse cases that went largely uninvestigated, some for two years, revealed frustrated victims and at least one suspect who raped again. The more than 250-page file includes recorded interviews with several victims who were upset about cases they reported in 2014 that were not followed up on by then-Det.

Cleveland 'March for Our Lives' rally: What you need to know

On Saturday, thousands of people will meet in Public Square for the local "March for Our Lives," part of a nationwide effort to grab the attention of lawmakers on gun control. On the Cleveland March for Our Lives Facebook page, organizers wrote: "On March 24, we will March For Our Lives in Cleveland, Ohio to stand up and say we will not tolerate inaction.

Public Square Eagles: Long-gone statues from Cleveland's glory days resurface, go on sale

The historic granite eagles from the Chamber of Commerce of Building at Public Square that was demolished in 1955 are on the market for a new owner, after years of mystery about where they had landed following the building's demise. The eagles first roosted on Public Square in 1898, in front of the grand Beaux Arts- Chamber of Commerce Building designed by Boston's famed Peabody & Stearns firm.

Blended family's transition made smoother with family counseling: A Greater Cleveland

Five-year-old Sally Miller lets out a small cry as she scampers onto the sofa to avoid the tussle breaking out between her 11-year-old brother, Jonathan, and 8-year-old cousin, Theo. Annette Miller rushes in from the kitchen in time to see the two boys shove one another.

Cold again with on-and-off sun, few clouds Friday in Cleveland: Weather forecast

If you're up early enough, you may run into temperatures in the upper 20s, but later in the morning will hit the low 30s. Light winds will make that feel closer to the low 20s.

Chicago Wolves knock off Cleveland Monsters

Paul Thompson scored two goals to lead the Chicago Wolves to a 5-1 victory over the Cleveland Monsters in an American Hockey League game on Thursday at Quicken Loans Arena. Chicago defeated the Monsters in overtime on Tuesday, 3-2, and won the season series, 6-1-1.

Salem man secretly indicted for sex with minor

Authorities have caught up with a Salem man wanted on a secret indictment accusing him of having sex with a minor. Moore was secretly indicted by the county grand jury in February on one count of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.

25 things to do in Cleveland the weekend of March 22-25

Spring has finally arrived, and there's no shortage of fun throughout Cleveland as the weather begins to warm up. From concerts to art shows to movies, you'll find something for everything this weekend in Northeast Ohio.

East Cleveland prosecutors ask for trial date in case against...

Prosecutors in East Cleveland asked a judge to set a trial date for five Cleveland police supervisors charged with dereliction of duty in the deadly 2012 chase and shooting. The supervisors are, from left: Sgt.

University Circle police chase ends in crash in East Cleveland

The impact threw one person from the car, and a second person was trapped in the vehicle when it crashed just after 1:15 a.m. near Nemo's Liquor Store on Euclid Avenue near Forest Hills Boulevard, according to a police report. East Cleveland police did not say why University Circle officers were chasing the car.

Watch 13-year-old boy accidentally fire gunshot in Glenville Rec Center, shot not reported...

Surveillance video released on Thursday shows a 13-year-old boy accidentally firing a gunshot during a dice game inside Glenville Recreation Center and the aftermath in which the shooting was not reported for 95 minutes despite an off-duty Cleveland police officer working security in the building. The incident prompted two investigations.

Ohio Senate backs change in teacher evaluations over Cleveland objections

The Ohio Senate voted Wednesday to drastically change how test scores are used to rate teachers -- a shift that teachers applaud but which is drawing some complaints from Cleveland, the school district that uses the ratings the most. Senate Bill 216 is still far from becoming law, since it also needs approval from the Ohio House.

Cleveland girl gets invite to White House Easter Egg Roll

A Cleveland family is heading to the White House next month. Lucia Innocenzi and her daughter, Adrianna , will be on the South Lawn of the White House for the 140th annual Easter Egg Roll .

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