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Army Staff Sgt. Bryan Bachman gets a group hug from Citizens Leadership Academy students, clockwise from top, A'Vyon Chapman, Nasir Sali and Agiaraya Jordan who wrote about the soldier for a book telling the stories of Cleveland area veterans and active duty service members which they presented to some of the subjects of that book on Friday. Comment?
When second-base umpire Jeff Nelson missed the clear tag of Detroit's Omar Infante by the Yankees' Robinson Cano in last year's ALCS, it just added to the call for expanded replay. Comment?
The Gladiators' Lenny Wicks makes sure San Antonio's Jomo Wilson is stopped a yard short of the end zone during the first half of Saturday's game at The Q. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A struggling arena team cannot afford to lose a quarterback with a hot hand and expect to win. Comment?
OK, Browns fans ... exactly how does the way Rob Chudzinski threw out the first pitch at Saturday's Indians game have an impact on Brandon Weeden's future with the Browns? Browns' head coach Rob Chudzinski threw out the first pitch at the Indians-Mariners game Saturday. Comment?
"I think there's a lot of respect," Case Western Reserve University malaria researcher Brian Grimberg, right, said of the relationship with his business partner, graduate student John Lewandowski. Comment?
Nerlens Noel may not be ready to return to action until December, but his ability to change the game defensively intrigues Terry Pluto when he considers the Cavaliers' draft options next month. Comment?
She never gave in and accepted the cycle of urban violence that took her daughter's life. Comment?
Police and animal control officers said they broke up a cockfighting ring believed based in a home on Madison Avenue. Comment?
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. Comment?
Brandon Caesar, 24, of Cleveland: Trial resumes on Monday on charges of aggravated murder, attempted murder, felonious assault, kidnapping, aggravated burglary and violating a protection order. Comment?
Police responded and took crime reports on Ariel Castro's stretch of Seymour Avenue almost 160 times in the decade three women were in the home. Comment?
Hippies in the weirdest garments; barefoot girls in tight pants wearing sweaters edged with fox-tails; children, dogs and long-haired men. Comment?
Entries must be received by noon Monday, with name and phone number included. All correct entries will be listed in the following week's edition and entered in a monthly prize drawing. Comment?
Chris Evans portrayed Captain America in "Marvel's The Avengers." He's in Cleveland filming his new movie, "Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier." CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The start of filming for "Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier" begins this weekend -- meaning temporary road closures have begun. Comment?
Hawken School's seventh-grade students continue taking steps to restore and improve the environmental landscape at one of the 23 Cleveland Cultural Gardens in Rockefeller Park near University Circle. Comment?
BlueBridge Networks LLC: Nicole Ponstingle was promoted to client services director and Brad Farnsworth was hired as an account executive for the data protection and disaster recovery firm in Cleveland. Comment?
Turner Construction Co.'s Ohio region led the company nationally in 2012 in partnering with minority- and women-owned business enterprises. Comment?
The Company: MedCity Media is a digital media company that covers the business of health care and life sciences innovation through its website MedCitynews.com . It also hosts events and provides content marketing services. Comment?
The city Police Department has released a video interviewing officers who were first on the scene on Seymour Avenue for the rescue of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight. Comment?
A display of celebration is visible Monday at the intersection of West 110th Street and Lorain Avenue outside the Burger King where Amanda Berry worked 10 years ago and was last seen until she, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight were found on May 6. CLEVELAND, Ohio - A charity established to help Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight has ... (more) Comment?