- Arrangements are being made for Glenn to lie in state at the Statehouse rotunda in Columbus.
- Investigators have released video from an armed robbery at an Internet cafe in Summit County.
- Winter returned to Northeast Ohio with a snowy, lake-effect punch, closing schools and making roads dangerous. More snow is expected Friday night, and another line of squalls will hit on Sunday.
- The 63-year-old man was not injured in the robbery which occurred Sunday. A large amount of his money was taken.
- Denzal Johnson is charged with felonious assault and ethnic intimidation in the Nov. 26 shooting of a 16-year-old boy who is Muslim.
- East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton and Councilman Thomas Wheeler were recalled Tuesday, unofficial election results show. The two join 23 other Northeast Ohio public officials who have faced recall since 2009.
- Ohio University President Roderick McDavis, who planned to step down in June, will leave in February to become chief executive officer of AGB Search, a higher education executive search firm.
- Today in Northeast Ohio over 9 inches of snow has already fallen.
- When it comes to fitness, looks and certain physiological data can be incredibly deceiving, masking great athletic ability behind irrelevant or misunderstood standards.
- Lake-effect snow is slowing traffic on highways east of Cleveland.
- Lake-effect snow is slowing traffic on highways east of Cleveland.
- Cleveland's Second District police station is without heat.
- Cleveland schools plan to add a new Bard early college high school, an aviation and maritime high school and a school of environmental studies next fall.
- Out of nowhere late Thursday night, Taylor Swift and ex-One Directioner Zayn dropped a single called "I Don't Wanna Live Forever." Written by the pop megastar herself, along with Jack Antonoff and Sam Dew, the song is from the soundtrack of "Fifty Shades Darker," the upcoming sequel to "Fifty Shades of Grey."
- The Browns face off against the Bengals this Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium. Check out the weather forecast.
- Ten of 12 members of the Ohio Parole Board recommended Gov. John Kasich not reduce Phillips' death sentence. Two urged it be converted to life in prison without a chance of parole.
- A Cleveland man accidentally shot and killed his friend during a dinner party at his West Side apartment, police say.
- Ohio insurers must cover services for people with autism spectrum disorders under a bill passed Thursday by the Ohio General Assembly.
- D.C. Pasta Co. in Stronsgville features lots of great housemade pasta, a few fabulous meatballs, and some fine accompanying dishes, many that your Italian grandmama could have made. Restaurateurs Dante Boccuzzi and Carmela DelBusso's collaboration celebrates casual, but thoughtful, value-priced dining off the beaten track.
- Former Cleveland Indians player Jim Thome and his wife, Andrea, a former Cleveland broadcaster, are pitching in to help Tennessee wildfire victims with "comfort quilts" and cash donations. Andrea recently wrote a fictional love story, Walland set in Tennessee.
- A Cleveland man accidentally shot his wife while trying to learn how to use the safety on his gun, police say.
- Rock legend Tom Petty and his band, The Heartbreakers, plan to stop in Cleveland this summer for their 40th Anniversary tour.
- CLEVELAND– Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers will bring their 40th anniversary tour to Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland next year. The iconic band will perform on June 10 at 8 p.m. with special guest Joe Walsh. Petty announced the tour on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Thursday night. It begins on April 20 in Oklahoma City. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Dec. 16. They can be purchased at TheQArena.com at 888-894-9424. Tickets will also be available […]
- The Browns are approaching a one-year anniversary. There won't be a party.
Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court officials' bad behavior earns them the door - and Jeer of the Day: editorialThree Cuyahoga Court Juvenile Court employees earn our Jeer of the Day after an internal probe accused some of altering their timecards and, in one case, lacking the proper credentials, writes the editorial board.
- The National Weather Service in Cleveland has issued the past 12 hours of snowfall totals across Northeast Ohio.
- East Cleveland Police Michael Cardilli found the windows of the mayor's office door and the mayor's secretary door broken into Monday.
- The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating multiple crashes that occurred on Interstate 90 Thursday afternoon in Leroy Township after a heavy snowfall.
- This week's quiz features several questions on the life of John Glenn.
3 candidates locked in tight race for November Person of the Month award; vote until 5 p.m Friday (poll)Three candidate have separated themselves from the pack for cleveland.com's Person of the Month. Polls will remain open until 5 p.m. Friday.
Muskingum University honors John and Annie Glenn in Pearl Harbor program just hours before Glenn's passingThe program on Thursday, "A Call to Service: A Remembrance," had been in the works for months, a commemoration of both the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor and John Glenn's 95th birthday. It became a memorial service, of sorts, for Glenn, who died just a few hours after the program had finished.
- Disney investors' have rising concerns about a big part of its business: ESPN, whose struggle to stay afloat in an era of TV disruption and cord-cutting has many shareholders spooked.
- With the holidays approaching, and performance halls in Northeast Ohio again featuring performances of "The Nutcracker," we took a look through our archives and collected some of our best pictures of Tchaikovsky's ballet.
- One of the many thoughtful surprises, in Fox's underappreciated series version of "The Exorcist" this fall came early in the story, when a jaded, veteran demon-chaser, Father Marcus Keane (Ben Daniels), meets Mother Bernadette (Deanna Dunagan), a cloistered nun whose exorcism technique is altogether modern and, in a more sublime sense, feminine. Instead of trying to cast the demon out, Mother Bernadette and her sisters offer a warm embrace and the power of forgiveness.
University of Akron plans to invest a significant amount to attract international students to combat shrinking enrollmentThe University of Akron, facing declining enrollment and budget deficits, plans to spend a significant amount to recruit international students and expand study abroad opportunities.
- Without hardcore punk pioneers Bad Brains, acts like Rage Against the Machine, Sublime, Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Beastie Boys may never have been.
- Set in the early 1900's The Little Foxes tells the story of a family and the greed that tears them apart.
- A 29-year-old man was fatally shot on Cleveland's West Side Thursday night.
- It has been a rough fall for the five broadcast networks, which saw their collective share of the audience fall 8 percent among adult viewers during the last three months.
Cleveland's Kelli Klus of Swell Skin earns investor deal on Project Runway: Fashion Startup (photos)Clevelander Kelli Klus, creator of Swell Skin, earned an investor deal on Project Runway: Fashion Startup last night.
- Backers of mayor's courts in Ohio claim that they're helping alleviate caseloads for municipal courts. Yet many of these cases wouldn't exist if municipalities with mayor's courts didn't view motorists as revenue possibilities, writes Mike Cunnington.
- A man crashed his car into a Save-A-Lot after overdosing Thursday night.
- The Virginia State Police arrived -- heavily armed and ready for anything -- on the Virginia Tech campus in 2007, too late to save 32 people who had been shot to death by a single gunman. The police can't be...
- There's a line of pet apparel out so your pooch can watch NFL games in style.
- A brand new Cleveland-based beer distributor is launching a Columbus brewery in the Northeast Ohio market.
Cleveland Flea December 2016 Preview: indoor holiday theme, schedule, vendors, food, parking and hours (photos)The Cleveland Fleacelebrates the season at the Cleveland Masonic Auditorium at 3615 Euclid Ave. beginning Friday Dec. 8 at 5 p.m. The three-day event is all about the holidays withfood, drinks and the most unique shopping in town.
- In 2002, the John and Annie Glenn Museum opened in the house that Clara and John Herschel Glenn built in New Concord in 1923. Since then, thousands of visitors have traveled back to the 1930s and 1940s, getting a glimpse of life during the Depression and America's war years.
- A domestic violence charge was dropped against Sydney Saffold, the daughter of Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge Shirley Strickland Saffold.
- This year's collection of holiday releases includes Jennifer Nettles, Garth Brooks, Jimmy Buffett, Pentatonix and more.
- As stunning as last year's heroin figures are, the latest numbers are crueler.
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