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Four bank robbery suspects arrested when police chase ends in Cleveland crash, FBI says

An image pulled from a surveillance camera shows a suspect in a Tuesday robbery at Best Rewards Credit Union on Smith Road in Brook Park. Four suspects were arrested after they crashed a stolen car during a police chase that ended in Cleveland, the FBI said.

Cleveland boy charged with fatally shooting man in the back during botched robbery

A 15-year-old Cleveland boy is charged with fatally shooting a 36-year-old man in the back during a daytime robbery last month. The teenager is charged alongside 22-year-old Johnny Lowe III in the Aug. 29 shooting of 36-year-old Andre Block outside a convenience store on Cedar Avenue near East 28th Street, according to court records.

Cleveland police, FBI form task force to address 'unacceptable' low rate of solved homicides

Cleveland police homicide and violent crimes detectives will have more resources to analyze crime trends and help with investigations after the FBI and other local agencies promised Tuesday to dedicate more resources to helping city detectives solve more cases. Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams said his department, the FBI, and Cuyahoga County Sheriff and Prosecutor's offices are still working out the details of how the Cleveland Homicide Review Task Force will work.

Frontier Airlines adds Cleveland-to-Austin route; fares start at $39 one way

The new route will start Monday, April 9, and run four days per week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The flight will leave Cleveland at 4:39 p.m., arriving in Austin three hours and 10 minutes later, at 6:49 p.m. The return flight leaves Austin at 12:04 p.m., landing in Cleveland at 3:49 p.m. The airline announced the new route Tuesday with some bargain prices - fares on select days start as low as $39 one way.

Bond default brings attention to Forest Hills Park Apartments in East Cleveland

A 174-unit apartment complex that serves low-income renters is on financially rocky ground, barely two years after an affordable-housing group bought Forest Hills Park Apartments with the ostensible goal of sprucing it up. The out-of-town landlord, LEDAHF-East Cleveland, LLC, recently missed a debt-service payment on bonds issued to fund the company's September 2015 purchase and renovation of the property.

Federal task force officer given overdose reversal drug after exposure during Cleveland...

Cleveland EMS technicians administered a dose of the opioid overdose-reversal drug naloxone to a member of the U.S. Marshal's Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force after the officer was exposed to drugs during an arrest. Cleveland EMS technicians administered a dose of the opioid overdose-reversal drug naloxone to a member of the U.S. Marshal's Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force after the officer was exposed to drugs during an arrest.( CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A police officer on a federal fugitive task force was given a dose of an opioid overdose antidote and briefly hospitalized Monday after he came in contact with drugs while arresting a man under federal indictment, officials said.

What would you try to take with you in the event of a house fire or...

What would you try to take from your house in case of a fire or natural disaster? Share your thoughts in the box below. What would you try to take from your house in case of a fire or natural disaster? Share your thoughts in the box below.

Greater Cleveland Urban Film Fest now in sixth year: Event preview

CLEVELAND, Ohio- Donna Dabbs, co-founder and executive director of the Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival, now in its' sixth year, said the whole thing originally came together because of SOUP. But she isn't talking chicken noodle.

Paul Manafort Reportedly Wiretapped By Feds

Campaign manager Paul Manafort talks to daughter Ivanka Trump as Donald Trump checks the lectern at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 20, 2016. Federal investigators allegedly secretly wiretapped former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort before and after the 2016 election, according to a CNN report Monday.

Judge rejects request by robber paralyzed by Cleveland police shooting to dismiss suit...

Alex Littlejohn listed several reasons he wanted to drop his lawsuit in a motion filed Monday, including illness and the loss of his stepfather. He sought to drop the suit with the ability to bring the case again if and when his life is in a better place.

Online upgrades make Cleveland City Council more transparent with just a click

The new online system, similar to ones used in Milwaukee, New York and Chicago, allows users to search through 20,000 pieces of legislation dating from 2003 by using keywords. The materials also can be searched by year and by ordinance number.

Man impersonates DEA agent to charge drivers for downtown Cleveland parking, police say

A 21-year-old man working security for a downtown Cleveland nightclub is accused of wearing a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration badge and charging people $20 to watch their cars. Malik Ross, 21, of Youngstown, is charged with robbery and impersonating a police officer, both third-degree felonies.

Elyria man shot dead in Cleveland, police investigating link to stabbing at basketball...

Cleveland police are investigating a possible connection between the shooting death of an Elyria man and a stabbing that happened moments earlier. Adrian Wallace, 43, was shot in the back of the head about 8 p.m. Saturday on the East 133rd Street and Harvard Avenue in the city's Union-Miles neighborhood, according to police reports.

Philippe de Montebello to give free lecture Wednesday at Cleveland Museum of Art

Philippe de Montebello at a 2008 press conference in which he announced his plans to retire after leading the Metropolitan Museum of Art for 31 years. At his side was James R. Houghton, then chairman of the Metropolitan's board of trustees.

Cleveland 25 mins ago 11:13 a.m.Congressman John Lewis receives Louis Stokes Visionary award

Civil rights leader Congressman John Lewis was honored with the 16th Louis Stokes Community Visionary Award Friday in Cleveland. He led the march in Selma to secure equal voting rights, as well as many other peaceful civil rights demonstrations in history.

First Year Cleveland Targets the Racial Disparities Behind Infant Mortality

Christin Farmer is founder of Birthing Beautiful Communities. The group provides prenatal and family support services free of charge to women in Cleveland's east side neighborhoods.

A Greater Cleveland: Mom hopes new Lakewood boutique is path to brighter future for kids...

Ten-year-old Michaela Jones shares her mother's optimism for the clothing shop her mother recently opened with a business partner in Lakewood. That optimism is rooted in their belief that the store is a path to a brighter future away from Cleveland's impoverished Central neighborhood where they live.

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