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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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East Cleveland ranked America's 4th poorest city, study says

Since 1950, East Cleveland has experienced a dramatic rise in poverty, a fall in home values, and a loss of more than half its population. The typical American household earned $55,322 in 2016, roughly $4,000 higher than 2009's median income of $51,425.

Jackie Demaline, former Enquirer theater critic, dead at age 68

Jackie Demaline, former Enquirer theater critic, dead at age 68 Jackie Demaline, who covered theater and the arts for The Enquirer for decades, died Sunday at age 68 Check out this story on cincinnati.com: https://cin.ci/2JXchRM Jackie Demaline, who covered theater and the arts for The Enquirer for 20 years, a tough critic but a passionate believer in the arts, died on Sunday at St. Elizabeth Hospice after a four-year struggle with cancer. She was 68. She was the theater critic during a time that the Cincinnati theater scene was growing, with a flowering of new companies and theaters.

Central Ohio schools absorbing Puerto Rican students in wake of hurricane Updated at

Whenever a world event forces people to move en masse, Ed Kennedy knows some of them inevitably end up in central Ohio. That is proving true yet again in the South-Western City Schools near Grove City, where Kennedy is the coordinator for services for English language learners.

Working toward electric aircraft

A lot of research effort is occurring right now, focused on electric propulsion for aircraft. One US-based program is NASA's Scalable Convergent Electric Propulsion Technology and Operations Research subproject, which is developing the manned X-57 Maxwell experimental aircraft.

Progress For Transgender Employment Despite Uneven Legal Protections

"My previous employer, the one I transitioned at, I'll never forget the day I came out to them," said Natalia Hodlik a Senior Technology Specialist at PNC. "I was shaking like a leaf."

Khloe Kardashian and True showered with gifts on return to Los Angeles

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star took to Snapchat on Sunday to share a video of the gifts she and her two-month-old daughter were welcomed with when they arrived home this weekend, including balloons from her half-sister Kylie Jenner and her little girl Stormi, four months, and cookies and cupcakes with True's face on them from her close pals. "Look how cute my girls are at my home, look what they did for me.

New York garage rock record company moving to Cleveland

Norton Records of Brooklyn, New York, plans to open an office in the renowned Franklin Castle and move its record warehouse into the Screw Factory in Lakewood. Norton co-founder Miriam Linna spent much of her musical formative years in Cleveland in the 1970s.

READ | Redacted version of Cleveland's Amazon HQ2 proposal obtained by WKYC

The 161-page bid includes letters of support from state and local political leaders, along with information on the region's labor, workforce, education, and transportation. WKYC has obtained a redacted version of the proposal submitted by the city of Cleveland for Amazon's second headquarters.

President's popularity is holding up, Ohioians lose 519,471 years to...

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz, in a comprehensive and at-times scathing report on the handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, exposed extraordinary text messages by a top FBI official vowing to "stop" Donald Trump -- while calling then-director James Comey's actions in the case "insubordinate." Morning Consult just released its latest edition of President Trump's approval ratings by state.

Alert issued for 'endangered' missing Cleveland man with dementia; son now missing as well

Cleveland police say Donald Morrison was last seen by his family around 8:30 a.m. Thursday in the 13100 block of Puritas Avenue. When his son returned home later Thursday evening, Morrison was gone.

Anyone with information regarding the car's owner is asked to call Cleveland police.

The Cleveland Division of Police has released multiple surveillance photos of the car they believe struck and killed a 15-year-old boy Wednesday afternoon. The incident occurred on the 6800 block of Union Ave. while David Bourne was crossing the road.

Annual FreedomFest featuring family fun, food

The City of Green's FreedomFest and Taste of Green is returning this year to kick off July Fourth festivities. The event is June 22 from 6 to 9 p.m. and June 23 from noon to 11 p.m. at Boettler Park, 5300 Massillon Road.

Raycom Media announces launch of 'InvestigateTV' OTT app

Raycom Media, the parent company of WTOL 11, announced the launch of InvestigateTV, an innovative over-the-top app designed to deliver quality, impactful on-demand journalism content. InvestigateTV is available now on Roku and will be released to other digital streaming services soon.

State AG Files Motion To Keep Opioid Case In OK

The state attorney general will file a motion to keep an opioid lawsuit in Oklahoma rather than having it moved to federal court in Ohio. State Attorney General Mike Hunter said the state's legal team was working to keep the state's opioid case against Purdue Pharma in the state after the company filed a motion to have the case moved to be heard in federal court in Cleveland, Ohio.

Arm-wrestling league comes to Cleveland

Now, it's the basis for a league of men and women from all walks of life, trying to lay claim to the title, best arm wrestler in the world. The World Armwrestling League is the largest professional arm-wrestling league in the world.

Ita s a bird! Ita s a plane! Ita s a holiday

If a Cleveland-area lawmaker is able to win approval for his bill in the Statehouse, June 12th could officially become Superman Day in Ohio. House Bill 135 would create an annual holiday honoring Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, who created the Man of Steel while attending Glenville High School in Cleveland in the 1930s.

Kentucky sues Walgreens over opioid epidemic

Attorney General Andy Beshear, a Democrat, sued Walgreens for its role as both a distributor and a pharmacy. The lawsuit alleges that the company failed to report suspicious shipments of opioids to authorities and that it dispensed large quantities of the painkiller.

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