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Cleveland woman makes sure immigrant families in Norwalk are not forgotten

In June, more than 100 undocumented workers were arrested at two Corso's Flower and Garden Center locations in Erie County. In June, more than 100 undocumented workers were arrested at two Corso's Flower and Garden Center locations in Erie County .

'Something people would cherish:' Virginia Tanno McMonagle, 100, reflects on life at Tanno Jewelers

Virginia Tanno McMonagle beamed with a gracious smile, fine-tuned by nearly seven decades of customer service, as she recently stood in the nearly empty Rickey C. Tanno Jewelers shop, steeped in the marbled, wood-paneled aura of the historic Union Trust building at East 9th Street and Euclid Avenue. The shop, one of the last in the 1924 building's ground-level arcade, is a survivor of bygone retailing history, when downtown Cleveland surged with shoppers, chauffeurs, trolleys and boom times.

Judge says he may toss cop beating suit because attorney missed court proceeding

A federal judge said he is considering dismissing a lawsuit filed by a motorist against a Euclid police officer who repeatedly punched him during a traffic stop, because the motorist's attorney missed a filing deadline and court proceeding. U.S. District Judge Dan Polster wrote Friday that attorney Chris McNeal, who represents Richard Hubbard III in a lawsuit against officer Michael Amiott and the city of Euclid, did not talk with defense counsel about a case management plan, as the judge previously ordered.

Five people injured after six shootings overnight on Cleveland's East Side, police say

Cleveland police responded to six shootings that hospitalized five people over the span of three hours late Friday and early Saturday. Officers responded about 11:20 p.m. Friday for a call about a shooting at Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority's Woodhill Homes properties on the 2400 block of Woodhill Road on Cleveland's East Side, police said.

Disciplinary board recommends Cleveland attorney, former stand-up comic, be suspended

A well-known Cleveland defense lawyer who was once a nationally renowned stand-up comic should be suspended from practicing law for two years, a disciplinary counsel has recommended. Michael Cheselka failed to file timely appeals for clients who had already paid him, misled a client who later made national news when a judge ordered his mouth taped shut during a hearing, and made false claims in a motion to get a client convicted of murder out of prison, according to a report issued this week by The Ohio Supreme Court's Board of Professional Conduct.

Our brunch and breakfast series takes us to Townhall in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood.

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Our brunch and breakfast series continues as we check out Townhall in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood. Here's a look at what to expect: Location + hours: 1909 W. 25th St., Cleveland.

Arts-centric plans for Cleveland's Astrup building to reset Seymour Avenue's story

Developer Rick Foran stands inside the future studio and performance space for Inlet Dance Theatre, in a nearly century-old wing of the former Astrup Co. complex on Cleveland's near-West Side.

Polars bringing brand-new music to Cleveland Sessions show on Dec. 22: Tickets on sale now

Cleveland indie-rock band Polars has been hard at work on its new forthcoming album, "Native Carbon Bloom." You'll have the chance to hear that music at the Grog Shop on Saturday, Dec. 22. Polars will be performing along with Columbus rock band Captain Kidd and Cleveland indie band Ottawa.

Duo charged in armed robbery at Taco Bell on Cleveland's West Side

Deon Hicks, 25, and Willie Davis, 22, are each charged with aggravated robbery in the Monday incident at the fast-food restaurant on West 150th Street near Lorain Avenue in Cleveland, according to court records. Hicks and Davis wore ski masks when they broke into the Taco Bell, which was closed when the armed robbery occurred, according to police reports and court records.

Cleveland man shot six times in city's St. Clair-Superior neighborhood

A Cleveland man was shot six times as he and a friend walked through the city's St. Clair-Superior neighborhood. The 45-year-old man was shot four times in the left leg and twice in the left arm Wednesday on Norwood Road near Bonna Avenue, according to a police report.

Cleveland pop musician Ricks Art debuts new song - M.I.A.'

Derrick Arthur, a Cleveland-based pop artist who creates music under the name Ricks Art , has found recent success thanks to Spotify. Arthur released his music on streaming platforms, and some of the songs got picked up on Spotify's curated playlists.

Man with road rage threatens other driver; intoxicated man crashes pick-up truck into...

Menacing, Snow Road: A man exited his vehicle and threatened another driver during a traffic altercation at about 3:20 p.m. Nov. 21 on Snow near Giant Eagle, 14650 Snow. The victim had blown his horn at the man, who had stopped his car in the middle of the street.

A Battle Looms As New Group Plans Summit On Cleveland's Economic Future

The makeup of a new economic development planning group is raising questions about who's getting invited to the table. The new group met for the first time Thursday in Cleveland while a dozen local activists from Cuyahoga County Progressives, Black Lives Matter and the Democratic Socialists rallied outside.

Radiohead to Rolling Stones: Ranking every Rock Hall Inductee

CLEVELAND, Ohio The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has announced its impressive Class of 2019, adding seven big names to its list of iconic inductees. To celebrate the occasion, we've taken a look at the artists that have been inducted into the Rock Hall since the very beginning and ranked them all.

Longtime Cleveland meteorologist, TV host Don Webster has died

Don Webster, who as both a meteorologist and television host graced Cleveland's airwaves for more than 30 years, has died. WEWS News 5 confirmed the news Thursday afternoon.

15 things to do in Cleveland the weekend of Dec. 14-16

Special holiday-themed markets will be taking place at the Beachland Ballroom, Screw Factory and Cleveland Flea. A polka-themed Christmas show will take over the Happy Dog on Friday, and several Christmas plays will continue their runs at downtown venues.

Ohio City Singers celebrate 11 years of holiday cheer: Minister of Culture

"From the stage, it looked like somebody had thrown up Christmas," said Chris Allen, speaking of the Ohio City Singers' sold-out family show Saturday afternoon at the Music Box Supper Club in the Flats. I knew what he meant.

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