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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
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Have the Cleveland Cavaliers turned into road Warriors? -- Bud Shaw's You Said It

You Said It was created on the premise that the only thing Cleveland sports fans needed more than a championship was a sense of humor. Now that this city is winning pennants and championships left and right you might think You Said It has run its course.

Cleveland Orchestra knocks out crowd with one-two 20th-century punch

Talk about a "transfigured" night. Not in recent memory has another Cleveland Orchestra program followed a path quite like this week's, beginning in perfect order and breaking down into magnificent, controlled chaos.

Fight over Quicken Loans Arena deal becoming a fight for democracy, lawyer says

Rev. Jawanza Colvin and Rev. Richard Gibson hold out their arms Monday in the foyer of City Council offices at Cleveland City Hall as if awaiting handcuffs.

Inmate recaptured after using corrections van to escape Cleveland...

An inmate at the Cleveland House of Corrections was recaptured Friday morning after she commandeered a prisoner van, drove it through a fence and escaped the property, police say. Crystal Bullins, 37, was in custody for petty theft and a warrant for contempt of court when the incident happened around 11 a.m. at the facility on Northfield Road, according to Cleveland police Sgt.

Cleveland 46 mins ago 9:22 a.m.Officials to announce new task force to fight human trafficking

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Cuyahoga County Sheriff Clifford Pinkney will announce the creation of a new task force to combat human trafficking across Cuyahoga County. Officials will provide details on the new task force in a news conference around 10:30 a.m. WKYC plans to stream it live here and on Facebook.

Wednesday was a tale of two cities in Cleveland's Glenville: Phillip Morris

Steady rain did nothing to deter several armed robbers who terrorized four small Cleveland businesses along a stretch of St. Clair Avenue Wednesday morning and afternoon. The same downpour failed to discourage nearly 50 employees of KeyBank from spending several hours sprucing up Kimberly Avenue, in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood.

Guns N' Roses will finally perform in Cleveland this fall

It's been the one show seemingly avoiding Cleveland the past two years. But fans who had a little patience will be rewarded this October with the return of Guns N' Roses.

Cleveland launches demolition program to boost safety around grade schools

Mayor Frank Jackson explains his plan to demolish abandoned homes to make the it safer for children to walk to schools. The demolition work is part of Jackson's Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative.

Feuding Cleveland neighbors exchange gunfire across street, police say

Edward Panza, 37, and Tony Powell II, 19, are each charged with third-degree discharging a firearm on or over a public roadway. Bullets from the exchange ended up in the homes of two nearby neighbors, but no one was hurt in the shooting, according to a Cleveland police report.

Show your favorite bartender some love and nominate them for best in Greater Cleveland

Bartenders are always there for you, whether it's for a stiff drink or a friendly ear. Now it's time to show them how much you care.

Edgewater Park: Vintage photos of Cleveland's 123-year old beach

The upcoming Edgewater Beach House, slated to open this month, is set to become the crown jewel in Cleveland's premiere lakeside park and beach. The Cleveland Metroparks, who took over the park in 2013, are also adding more trails, landscaping and improved access from the Detroit-Shoreway area.

Cleveland 50 mins ago 11:59 a.m.Tonight on Channel 3 News at 6: Raids, overdoses, NBA Finals geara

Tonight on Channel 3 News at Six, we dig into what prompted the FBI and IRS to raid three local businesses including the Bank St. Wine and Spirits on West Sixth Street. And the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner released startling statistics on the number of drug related deaths last year.

Census Bureau says Cleveland's population slips to 385,809;...

Cleveland's population estimate now stands at 385,809, down 2,003 from the projection made last year. But, in a bit of good news, the Census Bureau continues to estimate slower losses than those that occurred in the city a decade ago.

Q&A: Will the Cleveland petition drive increase the cost of renovations to Quicken Loans Arena?

Rev. Jawanza Colvin and Rev. Richard Gibson hold out their arms in the foyer of City Council offices at Cleveland City Hall on Monday as if awaiting handcuffs.

Wahlburgers Cleveland officially opens its doors

The burger joint founded by famous brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg made it official Wednesday afternoon, declaring on Facebook the business is indeed open to paying customers. "We couldn't have found a better location," Mark Wahlberg said at a VIP sneak preview of the restaurant earlier this month.

Cleveland 15 mins ago 5:28 p.m.FBI, IRS raid 3 Cleveland businesses

Acting on a warrant, agents fanned through Bank Street Wine & Spirits on West 6th Street, Mr. C's Food Mart on Shaw Avenue, and Mr. C's II on Superior Avenue. Nader did not have anything to say to WKYC Channel 3 News when agents left, as attorney Don Tittle shared some insight.

Indianapolis police use beanbag rounds to subdue suspect in fatal Cleveland stabbing

A man charged in the fatal stabbing of a 14-year-old Cleveland boy was arrested Tuesday in Indianapolis, police said. Police have been searching for Jacque Renode, 24, since the Dec. 4 slaying of Jason Davis.

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