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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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Will it rain during Taylor Swift's Cleveland concert at FirstEnergy Stadium? Tuesday...

Rain chances are less than 5 percent, and skies should be clear and sunny for the 7 p.m. concert start time. And fans will definitely want to dress for slightly cooler weather.

Cleveland man fatally shot father, buried him in backyard of home, police say

A 20-year-old man is accused of fatally shooting his father and burying him in the backyard of his home in the city's Union-Miles neighborhood, according to court records. Brown was arrested on Sunday by Washtenaw County Sheriff's deputies in Michigan, according to Cleveland police.

HUD Secretary Ben Carson to visit Cleveland Tuesday

Ben Carson, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development, tours the Columbus Choice Neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, on April 27, 2017. Carson will visit Cleveland on Tuesday to tour an agency that provides services to the homeless.( CLEVELAND, Ohio, -- Ben Carson, the U.S. Housing and Urban Development secretary, will visit Cleveland on Tuesday to tour a local nonprofit that provides services to the homeless.

Cleveland Orchestra takes up rarities on refreshing night at Blossom

Never mind the blazing sun and chirping birds. In terms of the music it hosted, Blossom Music Center Sunday evening could have been Severance Hall.

Device from Cleveland startup helps people taking blood thinners

Case Western Reserve University innovators have created a blood testing device, about the size of a cellphone, that could improve health care and decrease costs for millions of Americans who take blood thinners. This proposed device, called the ClotChip, can evaluate blood coagulation with a finger-prick blood sample from people with heart arrhythmias , pulmonary embolism , or who recently had surgery.

The 5 best waterfalls in the Cleveland area

We're going on a journey from familiar tourist attractions in Cuyahoga Valley National Park to little urban hideaways in your own backyard to find the top waterfalls in the Cleveland area. Two on our list were ones I had never even been to before.

'Suits,' 'Snowfall' and 'SharkFest' among top viewing choices

CLEVELAND, Ohio - The sixth annual "SharkFest," along with returning cable series "Suits," "Snowfall" and "Wynonna Earp," are among the viewing choices for the week: "SharkFest" : The sixth annual "SharkFest" gets a jump on that older summer shark-a-thon, Discovery Channel's "Shark Week" , then goes for a bigger bite of the audience by expanding to two weeks of shark-centric programming.

Wallet stolen during fireworks show: Bay Village Police Blotter

Drugs, Lake Road: On July 1 the driver of a black Honda was operating recklessly. Officers stopped the car and saw a large, silver fixed blade knife lying on the floorboard.

Teenager shot in Cleveland's Broadway-Slavic Village neighborhood

The teen was shot about 1 p.m. on the 6500 block of Newman Avenue, just east of Hyacinth Park in the city's Broadway-Slavic Village neighborhood, Cleveland police spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia said.

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A Cuyahoga County prosecutor bit her tongue ever so slightly last week during a sentencing hearing for Tequila Crump, a Cleveland mother, convicted of killing her young daughter. Crump had groused about the prosecution's portrayal of her as a "monster" during her trial for the murder of her 5-year-old daughter.

Drive-by shooting kills two men in car on Interstate 90 exit ramp in Cleveland, police say

Two men in their 20s were killed Saturday night in a drive-by shooting on an Interstate 90 exit ramp, police say. Police were called about 7:20 p.m. to the Interstate 90 exit ramp at West 117th Street and found two dead men inside a Chevy Cobalt.

Keeper of the flame: New Cleveland museum preserves fire-fighting history

A dream that has smoldered for the past 46 years finally burst into flame late last year with the opening of the Western Reserve Fire Museum and Education Center, 310 Carnegie Avenue. The museum, located in an old 1926 Cleveland fire station, has only been open in recent years for special temporary exhibits.

Artist Yayoi Kusama peers into the infinite at Cleveland art museum

Five decades before social media became dominant in our culture, Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama began offering the experience of "virtual reality" through her artistic study of infinite space. Still a prolific creator producing daily in her Japan studio, the 89-year-old artist continues to be spotlighted in the traveling exhibition Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors .

Cleveland not yet enforcing lead cleanup, legal action gets results elsewhere

Some Ohio cities and counties have started using the civil and criminal court process more routinely to get property owners to clean up longstanding lead hazards. It's a step that Cleveland has not taken, except sporadically in the past.

Ohio Highway Patrol cruiser struck by suspected drunk driver in Cleveland

Authorities say the suspect, 28-year-old Laronda J. Meworter, of Cleveland, was drunk at the time of the collision. The Ohio State Highway Patrol says one of its cruisers was hit by a suspected drunk driver while conducted a traffic stop early Saturday morning in Cleveland.

Cleveland police located skeletal remains buried on E 147th St. after ...

Cleveland police located skeletal remains buried on E 147th St. after a tip from a sheriff's department in Michigan. Officials discovered human remains on Cleveland's southeast side Friday night after receiving a tip from a sheriff's department up in Michigan.

Bird electric scooters now in Columbus: What are they, are they legal ...

City officials don't know how to deal with the scooters, which don't have seats and can go up to 15 mph. It's a common theme with the company, which often drops the scooters in without consulting city officials.

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