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Lawyer, now a judge, failed to investigate her client's defense in 2014 rape trial,...

A Cleveland man convicted in 2014 of a 1993 rape should get a chance to argue in court that the work of his defense attorney, who is now a Cuyahoga County judge, was so inadequate that his right to a fair trial was denied, an appeals court has found. The Ohio Eight District Court of Appeals found that Kelly Ann Gallagher failed to adequately investigate claims by her client, Kevin Bell, that he had consensual sex with the victim in the days before she was raped in 1993.

Cleveland 50 mins ago 6:57 p.m.Inaugural Relay for Life held at Cleveland's Public Square

On Friday, hundreds united in downtown Cleveland in an effort to fight the disease. The American Cancer Society held its first Relay For Life on Public Square.

Cleveland police to host special phone bank to help solve crimes

Cleveland police will be hosting a special phone bank to encourage residents to help solve some of the city's crime. Detectives will be answering the phones Sunday and Monday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., according to a city news release.

Judge vacates man's conviction in violent Cleveland home invasion after wrongful...

Deontae Wilson, who was hours away from being sentenced to prison in July for a violent armed home invasion, walked out of the Cuyahoga County Jail late Thursday after a judge vacated his conviction. Deontae Wilson, who was hours away from being sentenced to prison in July for a violent armed home invasion, walked out of the Cuyahoga County Jail late Thursday after a judge vacated his conviction.( CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A Euclid man who was minutes away from being sentenced to prison last month is now a free man after prosecutors determined he "cannot be guilty" of a violent home invasion.

Euclid man charged in death of motorcyclist in Cleveland

A 32-year-old man is charged with a misdemeanor vehicular homicide charge after he blew a stop sign and killed a 20-year-old motorcyclist, police said. The crash happened about 7 a.m. at West 140th Street and Beech Avenue in the city's Jefferson neighborhood.

Cleveland 8 mins ago 3:39 p.m.Accused rapist arrested in Cleveland

Authorities took Garrett Patrick Hughes Jr. into custody earlier today after obtaining a warrant for his arrest. Police located Hughes through tips they received from the public.

Venturing out to witness first total solar eclipse in 99 years? Send your...

For the first time in almost a century, a total solar eclipse will stretch from coast to coast in the United States on Monday. While us Clevelanders will only see a partial eclipse , it's still pretty cool.

Nun, 71, carjacked at gunpoint in Cleveland's Collinwood neighborhood

The woman is a nun at the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland and has been a teacher for more than 40 years, according to Ursuline spokeswoman Mary Moran. The nun is also teacher at one of the local schools and had $300 in school supplies, keys to St. Aloysius School and Church, basketball uniforms and track and field equipment in the car that was stolen, police reports say.

GLO Cleveland hosts The Garage, a multi-sensory extravaganza

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- On Saturday, GLO Cleveland -- art studio, urban art incubator and idea factory -- will host its second in The Garage Series. The event runs from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. at GLO's 5,000 square foot space, 2460 Lakeside Ave. There will be live music, art exhibits, a fashion show, vendor market and other surprises that manager Shelly Gracon is still creating.

Cleveland wins compromise adding retail to garage for Playhouse Square apartment tower

Playhouse Square agreed Thursday after some pressure from city planning officials to install a 20-foot-deep retail strip on the ground floor of a parking garage designed to serve a proposed 34-story apartment tower. Business headlines from Crain's Cleveland Business and other Ohio newspapers - delivered FREE to your inbox every morning.

Charlottesville is and#8216;wake-up calland#8217; for police, Cleveland chief tells Akron crowd

Williams, widely credited for helping to keep the peace during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last summer, said the key is to be prepared. "You can never plan too much," said Williams, who has been chief since 2014 and has been with the department for 31 years.

Cleveland convention center names Ron King as new general manager

Ron King, executive director of the Dallas Convention Center, has been named the new general manager of the Huntington Convention Center. "Ron has been an outstanding leader of multiple large convention center complexes in Dallas and San Diego, as well as leading SMG's efforts in Salt Lake City and San Juan," Gregg Caren, executive vice president of SMG, said in a release.

Kevin Kelley in Cleveland Ward 13 primary: endorsement editorial

Vino Veritas, an urban winery, opened in Cleveland's Old Brooklyn neighborhood in Ward 13 on Aug. 3. It has a large greenhouse for sipping wine, and the grounds include a bocce court and picnic tables. Despite such new ventures, concerns about maintaining housing stock, reducing crime and providing support for local business dominate discussions in the Ward 13 City Council primary contest.

Man attacks, rapes woman in Cleveland's Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood

A 46-year-old woman was attacked and raped Monday at a home in the city's Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood, Cleveland police said. The man went to the home with a friend of the 46-year-old woman, police said.

Hey, cord cutters: YouTube's cable TV competitor coming to Cleveland

The subscription service, launched in April, serves more than 30 markets covering 50 percent of the U.S. and, in the coming weeks, Variety reports the Cleveland-Akron area will be one of them, YouTube TV, not to be confused with YouTube website, where you can watch videos for free, or YouTube Red, a paid service that offers original content, gives subscribers access to a "skinny bundle" of broadcast and cable television networks. For $35 a month, viewers can stream local networks and about 50 other pay TV channels including ESPN, FS1, FX, AMC, Disney Channel, Fox News and more.

Akron man accused of leaving 3-year-old in car at Jack Casino in Cleveland

An Akron man is accused of leaving a 3-year-old boy inside a car parked in the garage parking deck at Jack Casino while he went inside. John McCalister, 28, is charged with child endangering, a first-degree misdemeanor.

Shania Twain announces first Cleveland concert in 15 years

Live Nation announced Thursday that Twain's latest tour will come to The Q on June 16, 2018. Tickets for the show go on sale Aug. 25 at 10 a.m. Prices for the June 16 show start at $29.95.

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