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Father who tried to hire hit-man will be sentenced
A local father is facing potential prison time for trying to hire a hitman to murder his son.
Strongsville teenager accused in double fatal accident to be tried as an adult
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The 18-year-old Strongsville woman accused of killing two people in a July car accident will be tried for her crimes as an adult. Mackenzie Shirilla, 18, was arrested on Nov. 4, 2022 by Strongsville police following the crash, which occurred on July 31. Court officials previously said she was to remain behind bars.
'Please avoid the area': Water main break causes road collapse in downtown Cleveland
CLEVELAND — Heads up!. The Cleveland Police Department is asking everybody to "please avoid the area" of Ontario Street and St. Clair Avenue. That request from police was posted shortly before 10:30 a.m. Sunday due to a water main break in downtown Cleveland. In an update provided to 3News...
Nurenberg Paris mark National Reading Month
Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy in Cleveland is celebrating National Reading Month with a bookshop gift card giveaway. Through the initiative, the firm will be giving away 20 $50 gift cards to Bookshop, an online bookstore that connects readers to independent bookstores worldwide. The entry period runs through March 29.
Evicted, barricaded guest gets room service with pepper spray: Orange Police Blotter
Disturbance (unwanted guest), trespassing, resisting arrest, psychiatric situation: Orange Place. Police were called to the Extended Stay South at 12:45 p.m. March 12 after a Garfield Heights man, 32, claimed he had reserved a first-floor room where staff said he had been a guest of someone else who made the reservations.
Cleveland just had one of the mildest winters ever. Is it a fluke or climate change?
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Despite the best efforts of some early March snow, it can no longer be denied. This was one of the mildest winters in Cleveland’s history. Only 22.6 inches of snow fell from October through Sunday afternoon, the lowest amount through this point over the last 50 years.
Gas prices drop again across Northeast Ohio: See how Akron and Cleveland compare
AKRON, Ohio — Drivers are getting more relief at the gas pump as price have dropped once again across Northeast Ohio. In Akron, gas prices dipped 12.7 cents within the last week. That brings the city’s average down to $3.11 per gallon, according to new data released early Monday morning by GasBuddy.
Macaroni and cheese: Experts reveal how to make an exceptionally tasty dish
CLEVELAND, Ohio – After eating my way through 18 interpretations of mac ‘n’ cheese at the Mac ‘N’ Cheese Throwdown this month, I know there’s not one perfect macaroni and cheese recipe. There are many. Different people like different things, and different moods inspire different cravings.
'I am what a scientist looks like': Meet NASA Glenn engineer Dr. Lyndsey McMillon-Brown
CLEVELAND — Ever since she was a little girl, Dr. Lyndsey McMillon-Brown has loved to explore. Over the years, her curiosity has taken her from her own backyard, to the Great Lakes Science Center, to space camp, and off to further her education. Today, she works at NASA Glenn Research Center, where her work on perovskites may one day fuel space exploration.
High eviction areas in Cleveland echo the city's history of redlining
Time and time again Clevelanders are presented with data maps that illustrate stark inequities suffered by disadvantaged communities, and each time, the maps seem to echo the city's legacy of redlining. A recent report on the use of the city's relatively new right to counsel law is just the latest...
Officials searching for missing Geauga County woman
Officials are asking for the public's help in locating an elderly woman who is missing.
Families wanted: Sweet Cleveland pups soon available for $21
With spring just around the corner, City Dogs Cleveland is working to clear at least 25 of its temporary cages as they say they are out of room. And that's where you come in.
"Standby" living comes to Northeast Ohio
Have you ever wanted to live in a fully furnished apartment in one of Cleveland's premier nightlife neighborhoods with no lease, no security deposit and all utilities included?. Details: "Standby" living is a new residential offering from Landing, a subscription-based nationwide rental network of furnished apartments whose tagline is "Live...
Cleveland area military veteran seeks kidney transplant following News 5 Story
HUDSON, Ohio — A Cleveland area veteran is working to find a match for a kidney transplant. It all comes after Dr. Douglas Cabarle saw the initial story on News 5's Good Morning Cleveland and discovered DOVE Transplant. DOVE is the nonprofit that connects living donors with military veterans...
It's mid-March and the Great Lakes are virtually ice-free. That's a problem.
It’s the middle of March and the Great Lakes are virtually ice-free. Ice has been far below average this year, with only 7% of the lakes covered as of last Monday — and no ice at all on Lake Erie. Lake Erie's average ice coverage for this time of year is 40%, based on measurements over the past half-century. The lake typically freezes over the quickest and has the most ice cover because it's the shallowest of the five Great Lakes.
Former Cleveland City Councilwoman Mamie Mitchell dies
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Former Cleveland City Councilwoman Mamie Mitchell, who served in Ward 6 for nine years, died on Friday. A Cleveland City Council spokesperson confirmed the March 17 passing. Mitchell was appointed in 2008 to replace former Councilwoman Pat Britt when she became the Clerk of City Council,...
Mothers, babies showered with support at giveaway in Maple Heights
A local volunteer organization hosted a community baby shower for more than 100 women in the Maple Heights community on Saturday afternoon.
Have Clevelanders lost interest in police reforms?
As the Cleveland Division of Police nears its eighth year under federal oversight, “consent decree fatigue” is hampering the city’s efforts to keep residents interested in the required reforms.
Massive sinkhole in Downtown Cleveland caused by water main break
A massive sinkhole in Downtown Cleveland at St. Clair and Ontario opened up over the weekend because of a water main break. A 10-inch water main broke, said Elizabeth Barlik with Cleveland Water. The cause of the break is unknown. The power to the water line has been turned off and no customers are without service, Barlik said.
City agencies to announce efforts to improve traffic safety in East Cleveland on Monday
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - City agencies plan to announce efforts to improve traffic throughout East Cleveland on Monday, according to a news release. The East Cleveland Mayor Brandon King, the East Cleveland Police Department Chief Brian Gerhard, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol Sgt. Ray Santigo, will announce the plans at 11 a.m. on March 20.
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