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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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Lawsuit claims Cleveland officers beat, wrongfully arrested man as he entered his own house

The Cleveland Branch of the NAACP filed a lawsuit last week in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court on behalf of 21-year-old Shase Howse accusing two Cleveland police detectives of using excessive force during an illegal arrest. The Cleveland Branch of the NAACP filed a lawsuit last week in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court on behalf of 21-year-old Shase Howse accusing two Cleveland police detectives of using excessive force during an illegal arrest.( CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Two Cleveland police officers are accused in a lawsuit of beating a man and filing a false police report to justify the man's arrest and charge him with assault.

Editorial: Medical Mutual and University Hospitals deal a competitive win for Cleveland

Last year, University Hospitals unveiled a $30 million proton therapy center, first of its kind in Ohio, enabling targeted radiation therapy for cancer patients. Today's agreement between Medical Mutual of Ohio and UH expanding Medical Mutual coverage to all UH facilities will give those in the Medical Mutual networks access to UH's specialized proton therapy treatments as of Oct.1, the companies said in a joint announcement.

Huntington opens 3 new branches in Cleveland, closes 8 in suburbs

Huntington Bank today opened a new branch in Cleveland and announced plans to open two more in under-served neighborhoods in the city. At the same time, Huntington is closing eight suburban branches and drive-thru's.

Cleveland police find potent sedative disguised as OxyContin

Officials in northeast Ohio are issuing a warning after detecting a large animal sedative in pills disguised as the pain medication OxyContin. Cuyahoga County's medical examiner, Dr. Thomas Gilson, said in a statement Wednesday that the pills were discovered by Cleveland police.

Cleveland 8 mins ago 12:14 a.m.Ohio Supreme Court strikes down traffic cam restrictions

Wednesday, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled parts of that law are unconstitutional. In short, you may be seeing more red light and speed cameras popping up in cities near you.

See a free screening of 'My Friend Dahmer' film based on graphic novel by Cleveland's Derf

"My Friend Dahmer," based on the best-selling graphic novel by Cleveland artist John "Derf" Backderf, will host a free pre-screening ahead of its fall release day. "My Friend Dahmer," based on the best-selling graphic novel by Cleveland artist John "Derf" Backderf, will host a free pre-screening ahead of its fall release day.

Man pulls gun, gets shot at Cleveland gas station

A 23-year-old man pulled out a gun at a gas station and ended up getting shot in the leg, police said. The shooting happened about 2 a.m. Wednesday at the Marathon gas station on St. Clair Avenue near East 140th Street in the city's Collinwood neighborhood, police said.

Cleveland anti-violence advocate indicted in triple shooting

A grand jury indicted a man who helped organize weekly youth basketball tournaments to combat gun violence in a shooting that hurt three people, including a 9-year-old girl. Carlos Anderson, 34, is set to appear in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Aug. 3 on multiple counts of felonious assault and weapons charges in the July 13 shooting at an apartment complex near East 30th Street and Cedar Avenue.

Tiffani Tucker's side business is nothing bundt fun for Cleveland 19 News anchor

Just like many offices across the city, there is a "free table" at WOIO Channel 19 where employees bring in food, candy or anything, really, for the staff to enjoy. Two years ago, Tiffani Tucker, who co-anchors Cleveland 19 News at 5, 9 and 11 p.m., started bringing scratch-made bundt cakes to the table a couple times a month.

Cleveland 4 hour ago 9:04 a.m.10-foot pill bottle coming to Public Square to raise opioid awareness

A 10-foot prescription pill bottle will be installed at Public Square on Tuesday in effort to open the public's eyes to the ongoing opioid epidemic. Know the Risks , a citywide community campaign, will unveil the bottle in which a person will climb inside.

Donovan-Live 57 mins ago 9:45 p.m.A visit from City Dogs Cleveland, finding common ground: Tuesday'sa

We began Tuesday's Donovan Live! with an update on President Trump's rally in Youngstown, plus other headlines with Chris Tye on '77 Seconds at 7.' We also learned about a great program in Lorain County, Operation Open Heart , and Jasmine Monroe previews an event in Cuyahoga County called 'Common Ground,' which hopes to bring the community together for forward-looking conversations. Last week on WKYC, we told the story about the Cleveland City Kennel being overloaded with dogs who needed adoption.

Senate committee withdraws Manafort subpoena

In this July 17, 2016 file photo, then-Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort talks to reporters on the floor of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. The Senate Judiciary Committee has issued a subpoena to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort seeking his testimony at a public hearing on Wednesday, July 26, 2017.

Cleveland couple guilty in ambush killing of drug dealer

A jury on Tuesday found a Cleveland man and woman guilty of planning and carrying out the killing of a drug dealer in November 2015. The former couple, Anthony Simmons and Cierra Johnson , both 25, were each convicted of aggravated murder and other charges in the death of 36-year-old Delshawn Hurd.

Man cleared in deadly 2012 shooting accused of shooting woman in mouth

A Cleveland man cleared in a deadly 2012 shooting is accused of putting a gun in a woman's mouth and shooting her with her four kids inside the home. Scotty Ward, 23, is charged with felonious assault.

Cleveland motorcyclist, 20, killed after car turns into his path, police say

The crash happened around 7 a.m. Monday at West 140th Street and Beech Avenue in the city's Jefferson neighborhood. Braun was on a 1992 Honda motorcycle southbound on West 140th Street when a 2005 Infinity G35X turned left off Beech Avenue and crossed into Braun's path, Cleveland police Detective Reginald Lanton said.

Police search for missing Cleveland man after siblings receive texts saying he's dead

Cleveland police are asking for help after a missing man's family received messages saying he is dead, police say. Charles Bailey was last seen around 8:30 a.m. Sunday near Clark Avenue and Fulton Road on the city's West Side, Cleveland police Sgt.

Fuel Cleveland show brings gritty motorcycle art, design and culture to Cleveland

It was more than a bike show - it had the feel of a gallery exhibit filled with the artists, photographers and builders that make up the community. Arnold, a photographer at Lowbrow Customs and his own Forever the Chaos Life project, had good reason to see a need for a regional event - Ohio is one of the top five states for motorcycle licenses.

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