Cleveland's Building and Housing Deputy Director David Cooper has been let go.
After being placed on paid administrative earlier this year Mr. Cooper was fired Tuesday.More >>
Police in Warrensville Heights have very little to go on but they continue to search for the hit, skip driver that critically injured a little boy.
Little Caylen Holloway, 6, was hit by a car as he played in a parking lot just feet from his Walford Road home on Sunday night.More >>
The medals are made, clear bags for runners belongings are ready and security plans are in place for Cleveland's big race.
It's day five of the National Senior Games. With 11,000 athletes plus friends and family coming to watch them, some 30,000 people are expected to make their way through the convention center.More >>
It's day five of competition at the National Senior Games and by all accounts the city is serving as a great host. With 11,000 athletes plus friends and family coming to watch them compete, more than 30,000 people are expected to make their way through the convention center. And the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission hopes that is just the beginning.More >>