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Police reported that 10 teenagers were involved in carjacking rashes shot, gun flogged and robbed in Cleveland.Continue reading)

Ohio Legislature Approves Bill Limiting Governor Mike DeWine’s Powers Over Health Care Orders, creating a potential veto (Continue reading)

A federal judge in Cleveland rules the CDC has exceeded its authority to issue the eviction moratorium (Continue reading)

Joe Tait, the voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers for two generations, dies at the age of 83 (Continue reading)

Ohio Reports 1,868 New Coronavirus Cases: Wednesday Update (Continue reading)

Ohio will no longer issue coronavirus travel warnings from state to state (Continue reading)

2 pop-up coronavirus mass vaccination clinics opening 50,000 doses in Columbus, Cincinnati (Continue reading)

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Solon’s city attorney said he would not bring charges against headmistress Erin Short if she was accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student more than a decade ago. (Ed Wittenberg, especially for

Solon Principal will not prosecute an emailed complaint after the prosecutor has found no criminal activity (Continue reading)

Mentor sets fire to her own house, lets it burn, say the police (Continue reading)

Victim of authorities shooting found dead in the back yard of Akron’s home (Continue reading)

Man shot dead in front of Maple Heights tavern, police say (Continue reading)

The Cleveland man accused of shooting his neighbor during a dog fight was found incapable of standing on trialContinue reading)

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Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center staff administered the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine to Nancy Heber, 84, last week at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus. (Logan Wallace, Ohio State University)Ohio State University / Logan Wallace

Registration for mass vaccination for the Cleveland Coronavirus begins Thursday morning (Continue reading)

University clinics study to investigate a new drug that could help patients recover faster from mild cases of COVID-19 (Continue reading)

The Cleveland Clinic opens a weekly coronavirus vaccination center in the Fairfax neighborhood (Continue reading)

Cleveland Reaches 400 Coronavirus Deaths With 2 New Deaths And Records 44 New Cases: Wednesday Update (Continue reading)

Jason Harris focuses on visualization, poetry: shimmering light in a pandemic year (Continue reading)

Lakewood, Lakewood City Schools and Neighborhood Family Practice Team Up to Create First COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic (Continue reading)

The Superintendent of North Olmsted City Schools provides the virtual address for the state of the schools (Continue reading)

Flood problems and solutions will be the focus of Parma’s virtual water summit on March 11th (Continue reading)

Geraldo Rivera is considering running for the U.S. Senate in Ohio (Continue reading)

MP Bill Seitz denies that the corruption at Ohio House led to the rescue of the nuclear power plant despite culpable pleas in federal proceedings (Continue reading)

Ohio regulators are expanding the FirstEnergy audit to determine whether customers should receive refunds (Continue reading)

Ohio House Passes Nuclear Subsidy Repeal Bill (Continue reading)

Senate confirms MP Marcia Fudge as Secretary for Housing and Urban Development to President Biden (Continue reading)

The state may remove the limit on the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in Ohio (Continue reading)

Ohio Intends to Establish a New Nationwide Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Support System (Continue reading)