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Menchie's Frozen Yogurt permanently closes all Northeast Ohio locations, cites pandemic as reason

Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt announced Monday that it has closed all of its Northeast Ohio locations permanently, citing the COVID-19 pandemic as the reason. → Read More

3 Browns players return to practice from injury, provide glimmer of hope for injury-riddled secondary

An area of great concern for the Cleveland Browns this season has been the secondary, which has been riddled with injuries since the start of training camp, but things are looking up now that several key players appear to be making their way back. → Read More

Man dies months after being shot in head in Cleveland; homicide investigation initiated

Cleveland police have initiated a homicide investigation after a 26-year-old man who had been shot in the head in January recently died. → Read More

Akron police investigating after drive-thru broken into twice in less than 3 hours

The Akron Police Department is investigating after a drive-thru was broken into twice in less than three hours. → Read More

US Marshals Service operation recovers 35 missing children; search continues for 5 children

The United States Marshals Service announced that its Operation Safety Net has concluded and a total of 35 missing children recovered as a result. → Read More

Parma shelter rescues 30 cats from Alabama in aftermath of Hurricane Sally

The Northeast Ohio SPCA is soon to be looking to find homes for the 30 cats rescued from a shelter in Alabama that was flooded during Hurricane Sally. → Read More

Donald Trump to make 2 stops in Ohio Monday evening

President Donald Trump is visiting Ohio Monday evening, making stops in the Dayton area for a private event and Toledo area for a public rally. → Read More

Reward offered in case of 27-year-old man shot, killed at Cleveland shopping plaza

A reward is being offered for information in the shooting death of 27-year-old Allante Riggins, who was gunned down on Cleveland's East Side in July. → Read More

Cleveland Ballet to hold live performances at 2 local wineries

This year, countless concerts and performances have been canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 concerns, but the Cleveland Ballet is working to bring some normalcy back into the area by holding a series of performances around Northeast Ohio. → Read More

Beloved Cleveland Bishop J. Delano Ellis dies at age of 75

J. Delano Ellis, Metropolitan Archbishop of the Joint College of Bishops, presiding prelate of the Pentecostal Churches of Christ and senior pastor of the Pentecostal Church of Christ in Cleveland, died Saturday at the age of 75, according to his family. → Read More

Return of the Crunch: After nearly 20 years, professional indoor soccer is returning to Cleveland

In the years that professional indoor soccer has been out of Cleveland, some have long forgotten about the exciting championship caliber team of the 90s—but that was not the case for Luciano Ruscitto and Eric Davis who have teamed up to bring the Crunch back to Cleveland. → Read More

Cleveland's rescheduled 'Light Up the Lake' fireworks show canceled

Cleveland’s annual Light Up the Lake Fourth of July fireworks show, rescheduled for Saturday, has been canceled, according to the Downtown Cleveland Alliance. → Read More

Could the MAC reverse decision to cancel fall football season?

The Mid-American Conference, which houses the University of Akron and Kent State University, made the decision at the beginning of August to postpone the fall sports season due to COVID-19 concerns. Discussions about the possibility to resume a fall football season have since been held. → Read More

Troopers investigating fatal crash involving motorcycle in Erie County

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash that occurred in Perkins Township Friday afternoon. → Read More

Cleveland APL pet of the weekend: Sable

The Cleveland Animal Protective League is looking for a home for a 2-year-old husky-mix named Sable. → Read More

36-year-old man killed in crash on I-271 in Boston Township

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash that occurred on Interstate 271 in Boston Township Friday morning. → Read More

Gov. Mike DeWine orders flags to fly at half-staff to honor life, legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The morning after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine ordered flags to be flown at half-staff to honor her life and legacy. → Read More

Congress members urge LaRose to follow court ruling, allow counties to have multiple ballot drop boxes

Members of the United States Congress are calling on Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose to comply with the Franklin County Common Pleas ruling to block LaRose’s order limiting one drop box per county. → Read More

Ohio leaders mourning loss of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a longtime member of the United States Supreme Court, died Friday at the age of 87 from complications of metastatic pancreas cancer, surrounded by her family at her home in Washington D.C., and Ohio leaders are mourning the monumental loss. → Read More

Mansfield man arrested for sending threatening message on social media to mother of football player

The Cleveland Division of the FBI – Painesville Resident Agency and the United States Attorneys Office – Northern District of Ohio announced Friday afternoon that they had arrested Bryan Shane Wolfe, 44, of Mansfield, Ohio, in connection with a threatening social media message. → Read More