Biden’s pick for intelligence chief says agencies have no room for politics

President-elect Joe Biden's nominee to lead the intelligence community, Avril Haines, promised Tuesday to “speak truth to power" and keep politics out of intelligence agencies to ensure their work is trusted.
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Missing Houston mom checks in days after baby discovered alone

Laura “Lacie” Read has contacted her father via text from Utah and answered questions only she would know, the search organization said Monday.

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Police look for 10-year-old boy missing from South Euclid

Downtown Cleveland residents asked to be on lookout ahead of possible Inauguration Day demonstrations

Ohio Department of Health announces Phase 1B COVID-19 vaccine providers and how to register (list)

  Doctors warn families to wait to visit loved ones after getting vaccine

  Garfield Heights Uber driver violently attacked by passengers in carjacking

For the second time in less than a week, a local ride share driver was violently attacked by passengers.
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  A new COVID-19 challenge: Mutations rise along with cases

The coronavirus is becoming more genetically diverse, and health officials say the high rate of new cases is the main reason.

Home Depot robber wanted by Cleveland Police for shoving employee before taking off with cart full of tools

Aggravated robber wanted by Cleveland Police for attacking woman at West Side gas station

Toledo Police officer shot in standoff dies

Elyria Police search for man who stole from adult entertainment store

  Cuyahoga Falls resident shoots and kills Akron man he claims was an armed intruder

  Geauga County non-profit in need following rescue of 40 puppies

  Ohio’s largest police organization calls on Gov. DeWine to reverse course and include cops in vaccine rollout

  Local drugstores stepping up to combat COVID-19

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‘We’re surviving’: Mother, daughter battle COVID-19 at same Calif. hospital

The two believe the mother came into contact with someone who had COVID-19 while working at Walgreens.

SPORTS

‘Worst rule in football’: NFL world reacts to costly goal-line turnover by the Browns

  Browns fell short. But it was a great game for everyone - including Cleveland business

The Cleveland Browns fought hard until the end, but it wasn’t enough to beat the Kansas City Chiefs. But the teams’ loss was still a big win for local bars and restaurants.

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  Who can get a COVID-19 vaccination in Ohio this week?

  Northeast Ohio weather: Tracking a few flakes Monday night

  2 Kent officers, suspect shot during home invasion; 1 officer saved by his bullet-proof vest

  Tributes made across Cleveland in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  Alcohol sales rise during COVID-19 pandemic: Good for the economy, but bad for your health

Throughout the pandemic, many of us have felt lonely, stressed, and downright bored.

‘Worst rule in football’: NFL world reacts to costly goal-line turnover by the Browns

Cleveland Browns coach Stefanski holds end-of-season press conference following playoffs loss

Ohio reports single-day spike of 81 COVID-19 deaths and 4,312 new cases

Agents cite Cleveland, Euclid bars for violating health orders during Browns game

Should cancer patients and survivors get the COVID-19 vaccine?