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High schools and manufacturing are starting to mix again. Just ask Michael Wilson and Gabriel Wojnarowski, seniors at Cleveland Heights High School.
Michael Bourn slides into second with a double in the first inning of action against Seattle on Sunday.
Police made regular crime runs to the Cleveland street where three women were held captive in a house over a decade before escaping.
Seeking African-Americans for webisode series, "The Greek Chronicles," that follows the Greeks and wannabes of fictitious Bindford College.
Long-time missing teenagers Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus were found alive in Cleveland along with another young woman, Michelle Knight.
Footage from a security camera showed four suspects drive this van into a BP gas station in Westlake on May 7. The suspects stole an ATM shortly after 4 a.m. that morning.
Students enjoy themselves during the Olmsted Falls High School Prom at the Windows on the River in downtown Cleveland Saturday.
Then she stepped forward, holding a crying baby. It was really her, the missing girl they had searched for for 10 years.
Her grandparents and father live in Elizabethton, Tennessee and Saturday we caught up with the young woman's grandfather to hear more about his trip to reunite with his granddaughter.
Cleveland Fire Chief Daryl McGinnis said in a press conference Thursday that the indictment of 13 firefighters for charges including illegally paying co-workers to cover their shifts, theft in office and improper compensation is not a reflection of the generally high quality and heroic work the department continually produces.
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Gray Container LLC and its affiliates are being ordered to pay $1.05 million for hazardous waste and air pollution violations.
A deer tick is shown under a microscope. Common in the Northeast and now every county in Pennsylvania, the tiny ticks spread dangerous Lyme Disease, named after Lyme, Conn., where the disease was first recognized.
"This is a full replacement for a building that is much, much older than what we want," said University Hospitals' Heidi Gartland, A rendering of University Hospitals' proposed new medical office building to be built at the corner of East 185th Street and Lake Shore Boulevard.
The city of Cleveland is still vetting ways to deal with hundreds of thousands of tons of garbage it collects every year.
"Captain America: Winter Soldier" is ready for his epic return to Cleveland as the action-packed movie sequel starts production in town.