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Chef Michael Symon's Cleveland Heights home hits the market for about $550k

When you come across the words "chef's kitchen" in a listing, you usually take it with a grain of salt, but the chef's kitchen inside the home at 2080 Kent Road truly is one. That's because the current owner is Cleveland celebrity chef Michael Symon, co-host of "The Chew" on ABC, one of the stars of "Iron Chef America" on Food Network, and owner of Lola Bistro.

Drunk driving and armed ex-con nabbed: Pepper Pike police blotter

Drunk driving, having weapons under disability, improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, open container, car impounded; Chagrin Boulevard: Police stopped a Cleveland man, 28, around 1:45 a.m. on June 12 in a car matching the description of one earlier driving the wrong way on I-271. Police said the car was now speeding and weaving near Eton Park and the Pepper Pike Health Center, and the driver was found to be "appreciably impaired."

Man charged in armed robbery during Tremont drug deal

A Cleveland man is charged in a Thursday armed robbery that happened during a drug deal in the city's Tremont neighborhood, police said. Officers arrested the man after the robbery on Abbey Avenue near West 20th Street but are still searching for a gun-wielding woman who was also involved in the hold-up, according to a police report.

Judge mulls case against Cleveland police officer charged in deadly...

Defense attorneys said Friday that a burglary suspect reached for a Cleveland police officer's gun before he was shot and killed, but prosecutors contended there is no evidence to support the officer's self-defense claim. Closing argument in Cleveland police officer Alan Buford's three-day trial focused on whether the officer acted reasonably when he fatally shot Brandon Jones on March 19, 2015 outside a grocery store in the city's Glenville neighborhood.

Cleveland man accused in carjacking, pistol-whipping in the Flats West Bank

Javier Santiago, 30, is charged with first-degree aggravated robbery in the May 22 incident, according to court records. An arrest warrant was issued Thursday but Santiago is not in police custody.

Plain Dealer food writers talk their favorite Cleveland A-List restaurants

Plain Dealer food writers Debbi Snook and Laura DeMarco have visited dozens of the top restaurants in this years' A-List of top 100 restaurants in the Cleveland area. Snook's recommendation of octopus might come as a surprise to many foodies, but she says it's tender and much better than you might expect.

Cleveland Municipal Court's bail reform delayed slightly: Justice for All

Cleveland Municipal Court's plan to adopt a "public safety assessment" method in order to make better bail determinations has been slightly delayed, Ronald Adrine, the court's administrative judge said Thursday. Adrine said it will take a little longer than expected because the court's information technology specialists had to be pulled off the project temporarily to address what he called the " misdemeanor snafu ."

Cleveland Catholic Diocese to send nine to 'unprecedented' gathering of 3,000 church leaders

Chris Knight, superinterndent of schools for the Cleveland Diocese, shown here at an event at Holy Name High School, will be part of a nine-person delegation to the Convocation of Catholic Leaders July 1-4. Chris Knight, superinterndent of schools for the Cleveland Diocese, shown here at an event at Holy Name High School, will be part of a nine-person delegation to the Convocation of Catholic Leaders July 1-4.

Cleveland State and College Now partner to get people to reenroll and earn a degree

Cleveland State University has received a $50,000 grant to work with College Now Greater Cleveland to identify students who have dropped out of school and provide help so they can re-enroll. CSU was one of 12 colleges awarded Collaborative Opportunity Grants by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities and Coalition of Urban Serving Universities.

One-armed Cleveland teen indicted in armed carjacking, Subway shooting

Krillian Howard, 17, who lost part of his right arm in a 2015 train accident while fleeing from police, is charged as an adult in the March 31 shooting of a teen employee at a Subway on Memphis Avenue and the carjacking of a man at Warren Village Shopping Plaza, both in Cleveland. Krillian Howard, 17, who lost part of his right arm in a 2015 train accident while fleeing from police, is charged as an adult in the March 31 shooting of a teen employee at a Subway on Memphis Avenue and the carjacking of a man at Warren Village Shopping Plaza, both in Cleveland.( CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A Cuyahoga County grand jury has indicted a one-armed teenager in the shooting of a Subway worker and the armed carjacking of a man at a Cleveland shopping plaza.

Second Cleveland man accused in fatal shooting at Broadway-Slavic Village gas station

A second man is accused in the fatal shooting of a man as he walked out of a gas station in Cleveland's Broadway-Slavic Village neighborhood. Marquez Williams, 26, is charged with aggravated murder in the death of 21-year-old Elante Johnson , who was shot April 9 outside the Speedy gas station on Broadway Avenue between Morton and Hinde avenues, according to court records.

Live coverage as men walk in high heels in downtown Cleveland for tonight's Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Men will be traversing in high heels through Cleveland's Warehouse District Thursday evening to raise awareness for rape, sexual assault and violence against women. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes was created by a man named Frank Baird in 2001.

Vice President Mike Pence to visit Cleveland area on June 28

Mike Pence is set to make his first visit to Northeast Ohio as vice president next Wednesday afternoon, according to an email from the Cuyahoga County Republican Party. The vice president is scheduled to visit Tendon Manufacturing, a sheet-metal fabricator, in Bedford, a Cleveland suburb, according to an invitation sent out by the county GOP to supporters.

Proposed Cleveland offshore wind farm seeking suppliers

The proposed Icebreaker wind farm in Lake Erie still doesn't have a green light, but that hasn't stopped the developer from lining up suppliers. Earlier this month, the Lake Erie Energy Development Corp. put two phases of the proposed 6-turbine wind farm out to bid, said LEEDCo.

Cleveland 29 mins ago 12:38 a.m.Cementing Cleveland's Hollywood...

With a wrap on the movie 'White Boy Rick,' Cleveland has taken another step toward cementing it's place as a destination for filmmakers. Before they left town, WKYC Channel 3's Sara Shookman got to talk to the film's other Matthew, as in Krul, its executive producer, who says he's already working to bring his next movie to the CLE.

Cleveland 45 mins ago 10:19 p.m.Vigil for Cleveland man fatally shot...

The vigil for a Cleveland man shot in front of his 13-year-old nephew after he tried to break up a fight on an east-side playground will be held Thursday, family says. Police say Aramis Roey was fatally shot before 7:20 p.m last Thursday at Gawron Park, located at East 136th and Harvard.

Cleveland man nabbed for car break-ins: Shaker Heights police blotter

Theft, Van Aken Boulevard: At 5:45 a.m. June 17, a resident called police after spotting someone in their car, parked near their residence in the 17000 block of Van Aken Boulevard. Police found, inside the car, a Cleveland man, 49, who was in possession of stolen property.

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