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Leon Bibb commentary: 'The summer of the gun'

CLEVELAND, Ohio — One week ago, a gunman opened fire on a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois. Seven people died and many more were injured, on a day they gathered to celebrate our nation's freedom. Yet, we are a country, currently in the grips of a...
HIGHLAND PARK, IL
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'Burning Leaves': A poem by Leon Bibb for Father's Day

CLEVELAND — The below poem, "Burning Leaves," was written by Leon Bibb:. By city workers driving big city trucks. Wiggling waves of smoldering tobacco. Emptied branches of our stand of trees. The same matches he struck to. Kindle his pipe. Also fired the sycamore leaves. Making two smoky streams.
CLEVELAND, OH
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'I love this community. I love this city': 3News' Leon Bibb honored with proclamation from Cleveland City Council

CLEVELAND — It was another night of well-deserved recognition for our very own Leon Bibb. On Monday evening, Cleveland City Council presented a proclamation to the broadcasting legend, saluting his 51 years of service in television. The honor from council came just weeks after a street was renamed for Bibb on Parkgate Avenue in Glenville, the street where he grew up.
CLEVELAND, OH
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Leon Bibb reports: A treasured photograph and a lasting memory of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

CLEVELAND — When we take photographs, sometimes we wonder what will become of them. They may find their way into albums or archives which may grow dusty with age but are still cherished years later for what the camera saw for a single moment. Many times photographs are taken to record important events or times. One of my old photographs is in that category. It is among my most precious for it marks a day when a great man looked my way.
CLEVELAND, OH
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Cleveland's 'Balloon Girl' inspires us to never let go of hope: Leon Bibb Reports

CLEVELAND — When the ticks on the clock moved us from last year to this year, we crossed a threshold filled with hope and expectation. We all want hope for better times and expectation on any horizon. In these early days of 2022, we are still pushing through the pandemic. In these times, hope becomes more than a casual word. It is a stronger center point of life.
CLEVELAND, OH