20-year-old dead after shooting at Union-Miles gas station

A 20-year-old is dead after a shooting at a gas station in Cleveland’s Union - Miles neighborhood.

Half of US adults now have received at least 1 COVID shot

The United States will likely move to resume Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine this coming week, possibly with restrictions or broader warnings after reports of some very rare blood clot cases, the government’s top infectious diseases expert said Sunday.
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  Video: Chicago police critics call for charges in shooting of boy

A review board initially said it couldn’t release the video because it involved the shooting of a minor, but it changed course after the mayor and police superintendent called for the video’s release.

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Brunswick: Center Road closed due to crash

Ohio Investigative Unit cites 2 businesses for violating Gov. DeWine’s health orders

Man with 10 prior OVI convictions now faces felony, East Cleveland police say

  Family of elderly man beaten to death at an East Cleveland AutoZone speaks out

  Stark County Sheriff’s Office arrests former teacher for rape

Jason Neading, 39, of East Sparta, was arrested Friday.
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Suspect apprehended in fatal shooting at Wisconsin tavern

Three people were killed and two were seriously wounded in a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern Wisconsin early Sunday, sheriff’s officials said.

Trumbull County woman found safe after going missing from her Warren home

  Summa Health hosts a drive-through vaccination in Akron

Lakewoodites meet with city council members over removal of Madison Park basketball hoops in the wake of shootings

  Northeast Ohio weather: Few showers Sunday before another round of winter early next week

  1 injured in shooting at Cedar Point Sports Complex in Sandusky

Shaker Heights community gathers for ‘Rally for Black Lives’ (video)

Ohio reports single-day increase of 1,987 new COVID-19 cases

9 arrested after authorities seize drugs, guns during bust in Kent (photos)

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Pandemic good Samaritan faces $16,000 tax bill for his efforts

A Connecticut middle school teacher who raised $41,000 to help hundreds of his struggling neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic is facing a potential tax bill of over $16,000.

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  Westlake’s JaQuan Hardy working his way right into NFL Draft

Running back overcame long odds to rise on draft boards

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Police: 30-year-old man shot at Ridge Café in Cleveland

‘Boom boom’: Police need help identifying man who robbed Eastlake store at finger point

Springfield Local Schools employee arrested on federal charges, FBI says

  South Asian Americans speak out about their Unique experiences being a minority in America

  Family of 98-year-old Wadsworth woman killed, abused by 17-year-old fears new law could eventually set him free

The family of an elderly Wadsworth woman who was brutally killed by a 17-year-old is now facing the agonizing fear that one day the killer could walk free.

  Northeast Ohio weather: Cool pattern hangs on into next week; a few flakes mid-week

  Mother of Shaker Heights woman murdered allegedly by man shot and killed by police; says she had already forgiven him

2nd arrest made in Lakewood’s Madison Park shooting

Retired Geauga County, Ohio, Sheriff, K9 partner die on same day

Sandusky physician charged with prescribing medically unnecessary controlled substances and health care fraud