Beto O’Rourke makes presidential campaign stop at Cleveland bar

Less than a week after announcing his intention to run for president of the United States, Beto O’Rourke is expected to make a campaign stop in Cleveland.

Cleveland officials provide traffic, safety tips ahead of St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Richmond Heights cops buy new American flag to replace elderly resident’s tattered one

  Cleveland remembers victims killed in Alabama tornadoes

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Tree worker rescued after being hit by a branch in Twinsburg

3 eggs spotted as baby bird watch continues on the Avon Lake Bald Eagle Cam

  Economics teacher celebrating rap career with album release

  Toledo grants Lake Erie same rights as US citizen in hopes of curbing giant, toxic algal blooms

  2 leading Cleveland professionals shine during Women’s History Month

Northeast Ohio veterans collect 12,000 pairs of socks to give to homeless veterans

  Family breaks barriers for son with special needs by creating bow tie business

A local family is breaking barriers for their son with special needs. It’s because, in Ohio, there’s disappointing news when it comes to employment for people with disabilities in the state.

  Uncapped late fees for stolen Life magazine from Cuyahoga County library would have exceeded $1,800

We all have overdue library books, but do you have any that are 50 years overdue? One Cuyahoga County native named Brian did, but he did something about it.

  New speed cameras coming to Portage County community

More speed cameras coming to Northeast Ohio.

'We want to remove barriers’: Cleveland Public Library system to eliminate late fines

During the Cleveland Public Library’s “State of the Library” address, Executive Director Felton Thomas Jr. announced that the system will be going fine free.

You can become the next mascot for the Akron RubberDucks

Warming centers open in Northeast Ohio as high winds cause widespread power outages

  More than 100 local girls sworn in as Scouts BSA, formerly known as Boy Scouts

Playhouse Square will host a sensory-friendly version of ‘The Lion King’

  Northeast Ohio restaurant helping Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis

Lost Canal Fulton pet fox found safe and sound

Painesville judge known for his creative sentencing set to retire

A Northeast Ohio judge made famous for his creative sentences is hanging up his robe after 25 years.

Summit County dog adopted after being in shelter for over 3 years returned by new owner after 5 days

The search continues to find Geronimo a "furever" home!

  Cleveland’s new multi-million dollar Eastside Market opening its doors to community this week

The new Eastside Market opens Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. It is located at East 105th Street and St. Clair Avenue in Cleveland.

  Homeless woman murdered in Cleveland loved to sing Louis Armstrong’s ‘What a Wonderful World,’ friend says

Carroll was homeless. Police say she was beaten to death only a few feet away from where the vigil was held in her memory at the corner of East 79th Street and Euclid Avenue.

Over 1,000 prom gowns available for free to Northeast Ohio high school girls

An Akron-area organization is helping fulfill the prom dreams of high school girls across Northeast Ohio.

City Dogs will be getting new Cleveland home

Still plenty of dogs to adopt, but call ahead during move

Final weekend for City Dogs Cleveland ‘Be Mine’ adoption promotion (photos)

It’s not too late to find your belated Valentine! There are nearly 100 dogs looking for their FURever homes.

  Chagrin Falls dog day care expert offers pet owners a how-to on picking the right kennel

Things to be sure of when putting a pet in a boarding facility.

  Warrensville Heights denies man’s claim of car damaged by snow thrown onto highway by plow

Chris Vatty was driving his truck on I-271 at exactly the wrong place and at exactly the wrong moment.

Willoughby Police send out warnings, last year Americans lost $143 million to romance scams

Warning: Love can be costly

Barberton police officer shot in the line of duty, home from the hospital

Barberton Police Officer Brandon Watson released from the hospital after being shot in the line of duty.

  Owners of missing dogs fear ‘dognapper’ may be at work in Northeast Ohio

They may never have known of each other without the internet; people drawn together on a website due to the disappearance of a family dog.

  ‘Conversations In Courage: The Meeting,' a fictional reading between Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

As part of its observance of African American History Month, the Shaker Arts Council is presenting “Conversations in Courage: The Meeting,” a fictional reading between Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Akron council forms snow task force to prevent future plowing problems during winter storms

The Akron City Council has developed the Snow and Ice Control Task Force.

Strongsville teen convicted in 2017 deadly accident learns her fate

Teen driver sentenced for causing deadly crash in Strongsville.

  Special young man named Middleburg Heights Mayor for the day

Dozens filled the Middleburg Heights community center to celebrate the occasion held by the ‘Friends and Fans of Special Athletes’.

  Cleveland celebrates Black History Month with ceremonial flag raising

Black History Month was celebrated with the 45th annual ceremonial flag raising at Cleveland City Hall.

  Cleveland’s Donut Fest gives a sweet treat to attendees and charity

Attendees satisfied their sweet tooth while contributing to a great cause with each ticket sold benefiting the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

  East Cleveland residents host “100 Coats for 100 Kids” event

For the past 3 years, radio personality Jeff Brown has put on this coat drive, right here in his hometown. He says he does it because there’s a need.

Sandusky makes Election Day a paid holiday, taking Columbus Day’s place

Sandusky follows many other cities that are booting out Columbus Day as a paid holiday

  Invasive or essential? Crocker Park Wi-Fi will track shoppers and send alerts to your phone

Shoppers who opt in receive info, discounts as they walk by storefronts, restaurants

Caged dogs rescued from Richmond Heights house fire

Caged dogs trapped in burning Richmond Heights home.

  Budget-busting water bills raise suspicions at Cleveland mobile home park

People living in mobile home park question water charges by landlord.

Firefighters close road after a partial building collapse in Lorain

A portion of Broadway Avenue in Lorain closed after parts of a building facade fall onto the road.

You may soon have to be 21 to buy tobacco products in Stow

Stow City Council members considering raising the age to buy tobacco products to 21.

  Hard Rock Rocksino thanks Woodmere’s safety forces for work, dedication during deep freeze

Scenes of first responders doing what they do best gripped a lot of people during Northeast Ohio’s frigid week.

Parma city council to consider lifting pit bull ban

The Parma city council will consider adding a proposal to the May ballot that would remove the city’s pit bull ban.

Dominion nearly done restoring gas service to some Rocky River homes

Dominion finishing restoring natural gas service to some Rocky River homes.

It’s below zero and Edwins Butcher Shop is giving away free ice cream

A butcher shop on Cleveland’s East side is trying to bring some cheer on this miserably cold day.

Republic Services cancels trash and recycling pickup for some customers until Feb. 6

Republics Services updates their garbage pick-up plan for the week.

  Rocky River nixes trash pickup, citing concern for hands-on garbage workers

Many cities in the area are postponing or canceling garbage pickups during the cold snap.

Winter takes peculiar shapes at Euclid Beach Park (photos)

Pictures show winter taking shape at Euclid Beach Park

  St. Augustine Hunger Center welcoming homeless ahead of freezing temperatures

The coldest temperatures in years are on the way. It will be very dangerous outside and also for anyone whose heat is out.

  Akron mother who shared her cancer journey on Facebook passes away

Through shaving her head to special moments with her family, she blogged and shared everything on her throughout her journey.

  Country singers Russell Dickerson and Carly Pearce visit Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital before kicking off tour in Cleveland

"Music heals and brings joy to people"

Cuyahoga County VSC assisting furloughed veterans during shutdown

The CCVSC may be able to assist with mortgage or rent, utilities, food and hygiene products for those in need.

Saturday marks 2 years since Alianna DeFreeze was reported missing before her murder

A community gathering is planned on Saturday to remember Alianna DeFreeze, the teen girl who was abducted and found slain inside an abandoned Cleveland home.

  Pet Food Pantry available in Geauga County for those in need

"We feel so strongly about keeping people and their animals together."

Several Akron school buses get stuck in snow, city apologizes for conditions of the streets days after storm

Akron school buses get stuck in the snow Wednesday.

  City officials introduce safe solution for lead exposure in Cleveland

City officials announced a lead-safe solution regarding the toxic exposure throughout Cleveland.

  Does Cleveland need a taco train?

Reddit user creates imaginary rail line that stops at all Cleveland Taco Bells

7 free things to do on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 21, in Cleveland and Akron

Cleveland & Akron's museums are free for this one day

Canal Fulton police shop for disabled man before snowstorm

Canal Fulton officers do grocery shopping for disabled man, after his van breaks down.

  Brook Park program helps Northeast Ohio children impacted by family drug addiction

There are 3 million children in the country living with at least one parent who is battling addiction.

Bay Village residents helping Coast Guard members during the government shutdown

Bay Village residents are collecting gift cards for the Coast Guard.

  Cleveland Metroparks brings bird banding to Rocky River Sunday, snow is definitely a plus

Public invited to learn all about bird banding, an essential tool for learning intricate details

  Family, Akron community gather to remember teen who vanished over 44 years ago

An Akron 17-year-old vanished without a trace in 1974. Her remains were identified in July 2018, more than 44 years after her disappearance.

Valentine’s Day cards being collected for children battling cancer at Northeast Ohio hospitals

A local organization is hoping to share some love on Valentine’s Day by collecting cards and sweets for children with cancer at Akron Children’s Hospital and Rainbow Babies Children’s Hospital.

  Cleveland woman who used to be homeless now giving away hats and gloves with new ‘Wall of Love’ in city

“I wanted to find a way to help the community where people didn’t necessarily have to come out and ask for things. It’s just kind of anonymous and anyone who needs something, they can come to the wall."

  Pothole patrol: More potholes popping up, fewer dollars available to make repairs

A woman in Parma Heights may have summed up the feeling of many in greater Cleveland about road conditions saying, “As far as I’m concerned, no matter where you are in Cleveland. Bad, you’re gonna have bumpy roads.”

Family asks for help with funeral expenses for 14-year-old boy who died in Stark County house fire

The 14-year-old boy who died in a Plain Township house fire Monday afternoon has been identified.

Free admission to the Akron Zoo on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The Akron Zoo is free for MLK Day

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame offering free admission to any furloughed government employee

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame wants to provide a distraction for those affected by the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.

  9 delicious reasons to visit Cleveland’s West Side Market

The West Side Market is recognized as one of the best

  Interactive music studio coming to Cleveland’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is expanding its footprint

Stouffer’s providing free meal to federal workers in Cleveland area affected by the shutdown

Stouffer’s will provide a free meal to furloughed government employees in the Cleveland area to thank those serving the community.

Cleveland Indians Tribe Fest 2019 hits it out of the park

The Cleveland Indians' seventh annual Tribe Fest hit it out of the park with the multitude of activities for all ages to see and do.

  Barber who used to be homeless helps out the less fortunate

Hands-on Northeast Ohio held an event today to help hundreds who are living in our region without a home.