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Beck Center Youth Theater presents Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit in the Studio Theater tonight, December 13-15 and 20-22, 2013.
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10 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
But because sometimes they do, if only for brief periods when hydrant water is diverted to homes after a water main breaks, the U.S. EPA wants to be extra sure the water is lead-free.
14 hrs ago | WKYC-TV Cleveland
He's been director of multiple city departments. And most recently, he's been Cleveland's first Chief of Regional Development.
21 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
New Richmond Heights Mayor Miesha Headen fired Finance Director Paul Ellis and broke the news to city council in an executive session at Tuesday's city council meeting.
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Janet R. Burnside sentenced Israel Wingo to 13 and a half years in prison today, according to County Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty.
There is an upward trend of sexually transmitted diseases in our area. Teenagers have the highest infection rates in Cuyahoga County and the numbers are increasing.
A former worker at the Parmadale Institute has been charged with two counts of rape and two counts of kidnapping involving allegations that she had sex with a 13-year-old girl in May. Authorities arrested Cassondra Goodson, 34, of Cleveland on Friday on a criminal complaint, filed by Cuyahoga County sheriff's deputies.
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge Cassandra Collier-Williams this week found a teen father not guilty of killing his 3-month-old son.
Nearly four years into Cuyahoga County's experiment with charter government, some members of county council contend that their part-time status is in conflict with the full-time demands of their jobs as legislators and checks on the powers of the county executive.
A man accused of two rapes nearly 18 years apart pleaded guilty to charges in both cases this week - shortly after his trial began.
Holiday-themed raffles and silent auctions helped the Guardian Ad Litem Project of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Foundation raise approximately $15,000 at the group's annual holiday gala this year on Dec. 6 at Cafe Sausalito in the Galleria downtown.
Ohio state Sen. Eric Kearney will no longer be on the Democratic ticket with gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald following revelations that Kearney owes more than $800,000 in back taxes.
Before Dayshawn Dukes was sentenced to the term at the Cuyahoga County Corrections Center he is currently serving, he said his employer, a Cleveland bishop, told him he would need to finish his high school education.
Here are snapshots of some recent Numbers Behind the News, from how early it's been getting dark recently to the price homes are fetching in each Cuyahoga County community.
Bedford city and municipal court officials have refused to release records -- specifically grand jury subpoenas -- related to a county public corruption investigation.
A school-based sex education program is showing promise. Seven inner ring school districts in Cuyahoga County were targeted because of their teen birth rates and, since the program started, there has been a drop in birth rates for teens.
James Walsh, 71, of Willoughby Hills, had nothing to say to our cameras when we showed up for his pretrial hearing Tuesday morning.