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38 min ago | The Plain Dealer
Gov. John Kasich delivers his 2014 State of the State address in Medina Feb. 24. With soaring rhetoric that reeked of compassion, Gov. John Kasich's State of the State speech was everything he said it was not.
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4 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
Law enforcement officials this morning have reconstructed the scene where 13 Cleveland police officers fired more than 100 shots into a car at the end a long police pursuit in late 2012.
9 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
Shaker Heights teen Chloe Biskind is raising funds to help fight childhood hunger.
Libraries in communities across the country will partner with Redbox, America's destination for entertainment, and OCLC to produce free, fun, public entertainment events.
County social workers and police are investigating after a daycare center found a 4-year-old boy with whip marks on his back and head.
State Rep. Armond Budish declined this week to firmly commit to dropping an advertising contract between his paid television show and MetroHealth if he's elected as Cuyahoga County executive to avoid any conflicts of interest with the county-subsidized hospital system.
Here's a look at what's been going on in South Euclid recently and what to expect in weeks to come.
St. Patrick's Day will be a little more special this year for Lakewood resident Kevin McDonough, who was chosen as the West Side Irish American Club's Man of the Year.
Other morning headlines: Cleveland police chief to announce pursuit policy changes; Amish family wants Supreme Court to hear chemotherapy case Cuyahoga County: Three heroin deaths in one day tied to powerful painkiller Cuyahoga County is reporting three suspected heroin deaths in one day Tuesday.
Law enforcement agencies say they have arrested two men believed to be involved in selling a lethal mix of heroin that may have caused one fatal overdose and several near overdoses on Cleveland's West Side this week.
"This new policy was put in place to make sure that events like that that led up to that don't happen again in the city," said Williams.
Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald has formally submitted legislation to County Council asserting his right to mail out unsolicited absentee ballot applications to all registered voters in the county, a move that would be in direct contradiction to a recently-passed state law.
Here are some of today's top stories from around the area, including an early resignation date for Youngstown State University President Randy J. Dunn, a deadly heroin cocktail in Cuyahoga County and an Akron man suing the city over a false hit-skip arrest.
The business-backed campaign trying to convince voters to renew Cuyahoga County's tax on cigarettes and alcohol continues to churn out photo-ops.
County judges this week sentenced two serial rapists connected lengthy prison terms after DNA connected them to unsolved 1990s rapes.
Data collected by Positively Cleveland showed that only 34 percent of people living in Cuyahoga County would recommend the city as a place to visit.