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Cuyahoga County prosecutors say that the case against WMMS radio personality Shane French should not be dismissed because of an accidentally deleted interview with a key witness - the off duty Cleveland police officer who said the host, known as "Rover," assaulted him this summer.
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Today we share a conversation with acclaimed author and Oberlin graduate - Ishmael Beah - discussing his life as a child soldier in Sierra Leone captured in the pages of his memoir - A Long Way Gone - prior to an appearance next week for the Cuyahoga County Public Library.
Zach Davis was a 19-year-old art student when heroin consumed his life and, five years later, led to his death.
Ralph and Rafael Torres were arraigned in one of two heroin related deaths that occurred in Cleveland last week.
The Cleveland man who sold a fatal dose of heroin on the city's West Side last October has entered plea of guilty to involuntary manslaughter.
Neighborhoods in Greater Cleveland are on the rise, and East 185th Street is no exception, straddling the Cities of Cleveland and Euclid The Cuyahoga County Planning Commission, Northeast Shores Development Corporation, and the Cities of Euclid and Cleveland are very pleased to announce the receipt of an $88,000 Transportation for Livable ... (more)
A substitute teacher and five students at a suburban Cleveland high school face charges after police say a 14-year-old developmentally disabled boy was bullied in gym class.
Daniel Veytsman, 38, of Cleveland Heights, also expressed his gratitude for the Good Samaritan who reported him to the Norwalk Police Department.
This morning on WCPN 90.3 was another good Sound of Ideas radio program on voting rights in Ohio.
The Village of Boston Heights Council is considering an ordinance establishing the 2014-16 water line installation program.
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.
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.
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.