Beachwood's Suburban Temple Kol-Ami is using the shofar, an instrument that dates back to Judaism's beginning, to engage children during the the High Holy Days
- NASA effort to bring home asteroid rocks will end this weekend in triumph or a crash
- UAW to significantly ramp up strikes against GM and Stellantis — but not Ford
- From cornhole to garage fridges, ‘Midwestern Conversation’ runs the (polite) gamut
- Akron launches new citywide glass recycling program
- Cleveland moves forward with proposal to bring low-cost internet to every resident
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Dwayne Brooks' 1988 murder conviction was overturned after police reports pointing to a different suspect were released in 2021 as part of a public records request.
This year, Rail Safety Week is Sep. 18 to Sep. 24. The week is observed every year across the United States, Canada and Mexico to raise awareness about ways to stop track tragedies.
Majority Republicans on the Ohio Redistricting Commission reject maps drawn by Democrats and choose to go with their own working maps at next week's public hearings.
Despite years of shyness, singer-songwriter Ngina Fayola found her voice as a musician in Cleveland. She will soon find her way back to her homeland of Guyana to record her next album.
Once they’re on the market, autonomous technologies like self-driving tractors could change the way Ohio farmers manage their crops and, hopefully, help with a widespread farm labor shortage.
The U.S. census asked for more details about people's race and ethnicity in 2020 than ever before. New results show how many responded with identities such as Irish, Jamaican, Arab and Salvadoran.
The company said one of its wrapping machines developed a temporary issue that makes it possible for a thin strip of film to remain on the slice even after it's been removed from the wrapper.
On Monday, city council raised the limit for parking Downtown to $8 per hour and up to $5 per hour in city neighborhoods.
During a press conference Wednesday, city leaders announced charges against 50 landlords who they said have ignored lead hazard control orders mandating them to make improvements to their properties.
In 1970, university students Mary Petry and Bill Sproat were murdered in a Columbus apartment. The case remains unsolved, but new forensic evidence has given family members hope the killer will finally be found. New episodes every Wednesday.
Is Cleveland really the worst city for Black women? New podcast available from Ideastream Public Media.