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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
Local Newspapers: The Plain Dealer
Local Sports Teams: Cleveland Browns (NFL) Cleveland Indians (MLB) Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Cleveland State University Case Western Reserve University

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Man charged in fatal shooting of Cleveland man playing basketball

A Cleveland man is accused of fatally shooting a 28-year-old who was playing basketball in the city's Kinsman neighborhood. Diante Colthirst, 27, is charged with aggravated murder in the July 9 killing of Juantez Anderson.

Two men killed in separate drive-by shootings within 30 minutes in Cleveland

Two men were killed in separate drive-by shootings that happened approximately a half-hour apart Monday in Cleveland, police said. A 39-year-old man was shot in the chest about 8 p.m. in the city's Union-Miles neighborhood.

Cleveland cop killer Quisi Bryan to be executed in 2022, Ohio Supreme Court orders

The Ohio Supreme Court has set an Oct. 26, 2022 execution date for Cleveland murderer Quisi Bryan, who shot and killed Cleveland police officer Wayne Leon during a traffic stop in 2000. The state's high court set Bryan's execution Tuesday, after the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this year denied another challenge to his convictions and sentence .

Nonstop from Cleveland Hopkins airport: Which destinations do you...

It's been nearly four years since United Airlines announced plans to close its hub at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. By some measures, the airport has recovered surprisingly quickly: the airport announced last month that it was on pace to welcome more than 9 million travelers in 2017 , and may surpass the number of passengers in the year before United's downsizing.

New 'Cleveland Sessions' video series showcases national,...

Welcome to the "Cleveland Sessions," a live-music concert series showcasing new music coming the heart -- and the fringes -- of rock 'n' roll. Music is part of Cleveland's soul.

Snow showers, gusty winds cause chills to dip to single digits Tuesday in Cleveland: Weather forecast

The lake-effect snow machine will be in full swing today in Cleveland, with another dip back to frigid temperatures. For the morning commute, wind chills will hover around 10 degrees with very cloudy skies and scattered snow.

One suspect has been arrested after the car crashed into another...

A stolen car carrying five kids led Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers on a frantic chase from Parma into Brook Park before it crashed into another vehicle on Monday evening. One suspect has been arrested.

Men accused of extorting Cleveland barbershop owner investigated in...

Two brothers accused of threatening to burn down a Cleveland barbershop in an extortion attempt are also being investigated in connection with a deadly shooting in Bedford Heights, police said. Jerry Baker Jr., 27 -- also known as Jerry Bogarty -- and his brother Daryon Bogarty, 22, are both charged with extortion, a third-degree felony, in the Cleveland case.

Cleveland city worker at center of moonlight raid tried to resign in 2015

The mid-level Cleveland worker at the center of Wednesday's moonlight raid at City Hall tried to resign in 2015, according to his personnel file. Engineering and construction manager Khalil Ewais submitted a letter of resignation from the Mayor's Office of Capital Projects in June 2015, arguing that he was underpaid and that his job duties were far beyond those listed when he was hired for the job in 2011, records show.

Cleveland officials investigating possible cheating on firefighters' promotional exam

No firefighters have been disciplined, said Tim Corcoran, the president of the Cleveland Firefighters IAFF 93 union that represents the city's firefighters. Corcoran said 149 firefighters took the test -- 63 vying for a promotion to captain and 86 seeking a promotion to lieutenant.

Man indicted in deadly shooting of Cleveland Salvation Army worker, carjacking spree

A Cleveland man was indicted Monday on dozens of charges related to a crime spree that started with the killing of a Salvation Army worker. A Cuyahoga County grand jury handed up a 35-count indictment charging William T. Jones with aggravated murder in the Dec. 2 death of Jared Plesec.

Beefsteak to open in Cleveland, first location in Ohio

Beefsteak is planning to open its first restaurant in the Great Lakes region with plans to move into the Cleveland Clinic in March. Despite the oxymoronic name, the fast-casual restaurant is billed as "vegetable-centric."

Jim Renacci to introduce running mate Amy Murray in Cleveland

Ohio governor candidate Jim Renacci made it official Monday, picking Cincinnati City Council member Amy Murray as his running mate. The two will hold a news conference in Cleveland Monday afternoon.

Donut Fest to return to Cleveland in 2018

The fest founded by Cleveland native Rebecca Skoch will take place on Feb. 10, 2018. The venue has not yet been announced.

How to build the ultimate Cleveland foodie gift pack

So you want to give someone special a taste of Northeast Ohio. Whether it's a gift for the holidays, hostess or just a fellow foodie, it's easy to bundle up some of the best locally made eats.

Attorney General DeWine Files Consumer Protection Action Against Cleveland Used Car Seller

CLEVELAND)-Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced a consumer protection lawsuit against a Cleveland used car seller accused of failing to deliver vehicle titles to customers. The Ohio Attorney General's Office has received dozens of complaints against New School Auto of 3855 Ridge Road in Cleveland.

Ohio school-voucher bill's $48 million price tag is too much already - and likely to rise: editorial

Priest Robinson, who was in the ninth grade at Cleveland Central Catholic High School in March when this photo was taken, is one of about 37,000 students in Ohio getting state tuition vouchers toward the cost of their private and parochial school tuition. A House bill that seeks to change and expand the voucher program to include better-off students in suburban communities would grandfather in Priest and other current recipients and their siblings.

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