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Founded in 1796, Cleveland became a manufacturing center due to its location at the head of numerous canals and railroad lines. Eventually, the city diversified into the service economy. Cleveland's many immigrant groups have long played an important role in defining the regional cuisine, and, in 2007, Cleveland's culinary scene began to receive international attention. Cleveland is also home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Population: 478403
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Cleveland 24 mins ago 12:46 p.m.Cleveland police union president Steve Loomis loses election

Cleveland police sources confirm to WKYC that outspoken union president Steve Loomis has been ousted in a union member vote Tuesday. Loomis has served as police union president from 2006 to 2011, and began his latest term in November of 2014.

Cleveland man harassed 70-year-old with racial slurs, stabbing threats, police say

A Cleveland man is accused of repeatedly harassing his 70-year-old neighbor with a barrage of racial slurs, including coaxing his 4-year-old son to call the woman the n-word, according to police. Keirian Kelly, who is white, also threatened to stab the woman, who is black, several times over the course of a three-month span at their downtown Cleveland apartment building, according to police reports.

Cleveland 5 mins ago 8:00 a.m.Dale Peters in court: Accused of killing ex-girlfriend on front lawn

The charges are connected with the death of 65-year-old Laura Fruscella, who was killed on Oct. 29. She was found on her front lawn with extensive wounds to her neck.

27 restaurants in Greater Cleveland serving Thanksgiving dinner

CLEVELAND, Ohio Just don't feel like cooking this Thanksgiving? No problem plenty of feasts are being served all over Northeast Ohio. Just find the one that suits you, and have your turkey and all the fixings made fresh and hassle-free.

Cleveland's Very Own Variety Circus Theatre Filled with Professional Misbehavers WIZBANG

Cleveland Public Theatre is proud to present Pinch and Squeal's WIZBANG!, originated by Jason and Danielle Tilk, featuring multiple acts performed by world-class variety performers, onstage December 8 and 9, 2017, in CPT's James Levin Theatre. CPT welcomes Pinch and Squeal's WIZBANG! -Cleveland's very own variety circus theatre-to the James Levin Theatre stage.

Cleveland City Council looks to force petition drives to disclose their backers

City Council is expected Monday to approve new reporting requirements meant to track groups that hire professionals to gather signatures to get issues on the ballot. The requirements, which match those already in place at the state level and in non-charter cities, would require a group seeking a referendum on an issue or a new law by initiative petition to disclose who kicked in money, who was hired and what was paid.

Man charged in deadly shooting of woman, man during ambush-style robbery in Cleveland

A Cleveland man is charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a man and woman during an ambush-style robbery in the city's West Boulevard neighborhood. Lawrence East, 27, is charged with aggravated murder.

Grand jury indicts accused accomplices in Cleveland car dealership killings

A Cuyahoga County grand jury has charged two men accused of acting as accomplices in the April killing of a couple at their Collinwood car dealership. Jerome Diggs Jr., 23, and Andrew Keener, 24, both of Cleveland, are each charged with multiple counts of aggravated murder, aggravated robbery, cruelty to animals, grand theft and other charges in the deaths of Michael Kuznik, 47, and Trina Tomola, 46. The two men are accused of helping Joseph McAlpin rob the Mr. Cars lot on East 185th Street as Kuznik and Tomola closed for the day on April 14, prosecutors say.

Woman shot in head after car follows her, friends from Cleveland gas station

A 23-year-old woman was shot in the back of the head by a car that followed her and a group of friends from a gas station, according to police. A man inside the car at the time of the shooting told police that the group was at a gas station on East 123rd Street and St. Clair Avenue, police reports say.

Josh Mandel's strange Jewish journey to Trumpland from suburban Cleveland

When the Senate took on immigration reform in 2006, it was a Jewish Republican who led the way to approving a comprehensive bill that would provide millions of undocumented immigrants with a path to citizenship. The late Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania explained that his decision was guided by his own experience, as the son of immigrants who came to the United States from Russia in the late 1800s.

Cleveland on the upswing: Ron King talks about why he left Dallas to...

Not everyone was happy when, back in July 2014, Cleveland received word that it would host the 2016 Republican National Convention. At the time, Ron King was executive director of the convention center in Dallas, one of two final contenders for the GOP gathering.

Adella Prentiss Hughes founded Musical Arts Association, backbone of Cleveland Orchestra: PD 175

For The Plain Dealer's final 175th anniversary section, publishing Thanksgiving Day , we pay tribute to Cleveland leaders. They are the politicians and public figures, inventors, business owners and philanthropists, musicians, entertainers and athletes who helped shape our city into what it is today.

Family asking for help to find missing Cleveland man with mental illness

A local family is asking for the public's help to find a missing Cleveland man who suffers from mental illness. Rodney Rutledge, 60, was last heard from around 6 p.m. Friday, his brother Darwin Rutledge told cleveland.com Sunday.

Hector Boiardi or Chef Boyardee cooked his way to fame in Cleveland: PD 175

Dates of career: Worked at New York City's Plaza Hotel around 1914, opened his first Cleveland restaurant in 1924, launched his own pre-packaged food company in 1928. Had a home in Shaker Heights.

Woman shot in head in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood

The shooting happened around 9 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Eddy Road and Sellers Avenue, several blocks south of Interstate 90 in the city's Glenville neighborhood, Cleveland police spokesman Det. Reginald Lanton said.

Cleveland Museum of Art pays tribute to artistic heritage of Wadsworth and Jae Jarrell

Wadsworth and Jae Jarrell could have responded to the racial turmoil of the 1960s with images of protest and anger. They took a different route instead.

'Godless' is rousing Netflix Western that seems familiar and fresh

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Every few years, the once-mighty Western comes riding back in full gallop to remind us why the genre was so potent for so long. In 1989, it was the miniseries "Lonesome Dove," starring Robert Duvall and based on the novel by Larry McMurtry.

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