Man’s remains stuck in Eastlake Police evidence locker with nowhere to go

Eastlake Police are hoping that someone in the public can lead them to surviving members of William E. Reeher’s family.

Michelle Obama will bring book tour to Cleveland in 2019

Gingerbread event promotion draws backlash for reference to sex slaves, Cleveland foreclosure crisis

Youngstown community rallies behind family following fatal house fire

Parma police rescue deer from icy pond

Couple who named their baby after Baker Mayfield announce it’s a boy

Toy drive in honor of slain Mayfield Heights girl kicks off

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  Steph Curry fulfills Christmas wish of 4-year-old boy with cancer at game against Cavs

Here’s how you can get a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts for $1

Romona’s Kids: Scouts give back to community

Adorable baby elephant born at Ohio zoo

Cleveland Heights firefighters rescue injured arborist

Snowmaking begins at Boston Mills/Brandywine, Alpine Valley ski resorts

  Share your holidays prompting others to share in the season of giving

Share your holidays prompting others to share in the season of giving

Cleveland’s Department of Aging provides dozens of services for seniors

Every day in the United States, 10,000 people turn 65. By 2030, Cleveland’s elderly population will comprise its majority, according the Director of Aging for Cleveland, Mary McNamara.

  Community leaders work to replace what ‘Grinch’ stole from foundation honoring Aniya Day-Garrett

“Grinches” broke into the home of Aniya Day-Garrett’s father. The thieves broke windows and doors, and stole money and toys.

Cheerleader who says she was body-shamed by Shaker Heights coach dances with Cavalier Girls

The Shaker Heights cheerleader who said her high school coach criticized her for her weight was recently given an opportunity of a lifetime.

  St. Edward Eagles football team celebrates Ohio championship with high school rally

Burglar escapes with shirts after smashing windows at downtown CLE Clothing Co. shop

Haitian immigrant imprisoned in Northeast Ohio released from ICE custody

Christmas lighting ceremonies tie up traffic in The Land

Bill banning plastic bag fees passed by Ohio House

Akron no longer accepts glass, textiles as part of recycling program

Wadsworth resident goes Griswold with home from ’National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation’

A Wadsworth resident is bringing cheer to his neighborhood with Christmas decorations resembling Clark Griswold’s house from “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.”

Expectant parents are naming their babies after Browns QB Baker Mayfield

Baker Mayfield has won over Cleveland Browns fans. NFL experts have even declared the Browns as America’s team.

Drivers holding a pet will be cited under Ohio city’s new distracted driving law

A new law set to go into effect in Mantua will classify drivers who are holding an animal while operating a motor vehicle as distracted drivers.

Middleburg Heights church set to distribute winter kits for the homeless

According to the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless, there are more than 22,000 homeless every year in the Cleveland area. About 4,000 don’t have a place to sleep at night.

Small Business Saturday makes big impact with 9th annual event

Local businesses from all over Northeast Ohio are showing appreciation to customers who are still deciding to show their support even still in this new digital age.

Winterfest lights up Public Square to kick off Cleveland holiday season

Winterfest is officially kicking off the holiday season in Cleveland to get your holly jolly on this Saturday.

ODOT’s Thanksgiving weekend highway signs will make you laugh out loud

The Ohio Department of Transportation injected some humor into the stresses that usually come with holiday travel.

Funeral arrangements announced for mother and daughter killed in Mayfield Heights

Arrangements to say good-bye to Rebecca Pletnewski and her young daughter Olivia Schneider who were tragically killed in Mayfield Heights on Tuesday have been made.

Chills and thrills at Strongsville’s Toboggan chutes, which drop you 70 feet at 50 mph

The Toboggan chutes at the Chalet are open and waiting for visitors who want to take the 70 foot drop.

Ohio couple closes Foote’s Valley Farm after 62 years of growth

After more than six decades in business, Earl and Sue Foote have closed the doors at Foote’s Valley Farm.

Ohio’s tallest, fastest toboggan chutes in Strongsville set to open for the season

The pair of twin toboggan chutes send riders down a 70-foot vertical drop along 700 feet of ice.

LeBron James returned to Akron’s I Promise School before Cavs, Lakers game

James dropped in to visit students on Wednesday during his return to Northeast Ohio.

12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot by Cleveland police 4 years ago

Thursday marks the fourth year since the deadly shooting of Tamir Rice. He would have been 16 today.

Pint-sized rescue dog named to Ohio police K-9 team

Marblehead police introduced a Chihuahua as the newest member of the department’s K-9 force.

St. Augustine Hunger Center serving thousands in longstanding Thanksgiving tradition

It takes a village to feed the entire Greater Cleveland area.

Lego builder needs help making ‘A Christmas Story’ house an official set

A builder who created a replica of the house from “A Christmas Story” with Lego blocks is asking for help making the creation an official set.

OSU hospital dresses newborn babies in Buckeyes gear before Michigan rivalry game

Newborns at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have been given Buckeyes-themed baby gear ahead of the rivalry game against the University of Michigan Wolverines.

Chesterland golf course transforms into Christmas showcase

Owner, Walter Miraglia, has been developing the idea for years.

Shaker Heights community holds remembrance for slain 6th grade teacher

The Shaker Heights community plans to gather Monday evening at Woodbury Elementary to remember longtime teacher Aisha Fraser, who was found dead at her home on Saturday.

Strongsville girl with Down syndrome celebrates 2nd birthday after beating cancer twice

A 2-year-old girl celebrated her first birthday at home after defying all odds.

Mentor Police’s holiday Fill-A-Cruiser collects food, money for kids in need

The Mentor Police Department’s 6th Annual event is being called a “huge success” after community members stocked three cruisers with donations.

Shaker Heights City School District mourns slain elementary school teacher

Former Judge Lance Mason in jail right now, accused in the stabbing murder of his ex-wife, Shaker Heights Teacher, Aisha Fraser.

  Duck Donuts delivers made-to-order donuts to Greater Cleveland

Duck Donuts, made famous on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, is expanding and has arrived in northeastern Ohio and Greater Cleveland.

Akron zoo welcomes pair of critically-endangered red wolves

It is believed that only 60 red wolves are estimated to still be in the wild.

National Fast Food Day means free food!

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

Hundreds of people lined up at Rocky River liquor store for Old Forester bourbon lottery

Crowds of bourbon aficionados lined up outside of a Rocky River liquor store for their chance to purchase a special edition bourbon bottle.

Your GE Chandelier selfies just got a lot more festive with this new Playhouse Square Christmas decoration

The holiday ornament in U.S. Bank Plaza is large enough to take a selfie, where is your favorite holiday selfie spot in Cleveland?

Greater Cleveland Food Bank to serve up holiday meals at 33 sites in Cuyahoga, Lake, Ashland counties

The Greater Cleveland Food Bank is working to ensure that no individual or family in Northeast Ohio go hungry during the Thanksgiving holiday.

Former Northeast Ohioan loses everything in CA wildfire

Kayla Scalia is closely watching the fires, and the aftermath, out west.

Colleagues, friends pay tribute to Cleveland reporter found dead in Wood County

Delamotte, 30, worked as a reporter for, writing culture and human interest stories for the last 2 years.

Image of people sharing breakfast touches hearts, reminds of what was ‘commonplace not that long ago’

The photo of a young black man and old white woman sharing breakfast represented to many people a simple connection in contentious times.

Northeast Ohio veteran receives free Thanksgiving meal for his family

Annual turkey giveaway starts this Friday, Nov. 16

‘Kourageous Keith,’ Stow boy battling cancer, dies at 12

A brave, 12-year-old Stow boy had battled cancer for years, but on Monday, the inspirational fight came to an end.

Soldiers and Sailors Monument keeps veterans in the spotlight

The Soldiers and Sailors Monument in downtown Cleveland is a place of "living history" says Executive Director Tim Daley.

10 tall ships return to Cleveland in summer 2019

Event organizers and officials from the city of Cleveland announced details of the tall ships return to Cleveland in 2019.

Riverside High School Care Closet promotes self-esteem with good hygiene

Pride is not the only feeling that radiates throughout the hallways of Riverside High School. Running through the community is a deep sense of care and compassion for their fellow Beavers.

Adoption fees waived for veterans in November at Humane Society of Summit County

Clinical studies have shown that the emotional support from companion animals can be beneficial, both psychologically and physiologically.

Before he goes, Ohio bride gets married in grandfather’s hospital room

This wasn’t the way it was suppose to happen. Lindsay Miller wasn’t suppose to marry her fiance, Keith Lewandowski, until 2020.

Tilted Kilt chain to be sold for $10; buying company to take on debt

The Tilted Kilt franchise, which consists of 34 restaurants across the country, is reportedly being sold for only $10.

He wanted to go home in 1844, he died in Cleveland

Joc-O-Sot wanted to make it home in 1844, he never made it

Only 1 day left to apply for Salvation Army Christmas Assistance

Friday is the last day for families in need of assistance for the upcoming holiday season to sign up for Christmas assistance programs through The Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland.

Veterans handed keys to free cars nationwide thanks to insurance company

With Veterans Day coming up this Sunday, Progressive Insurance is making sure men and women who have served our country are more than appreciated.

Norton police issued nearly 10,000 camera speeding tickets on I-76 in less than 2 months

The top speed was recorded at 107 miles per hour, nearly double the posted speed limit of 55 miles per hour.

Free ice skating in Cleveland Public Square offered during opening weekend

Preparations are underway for the installation of Cleveland Public Square’s ice rink.

Take a look inside America’s oldest indoor shopping center right here in Cleveland (photos)

Take a look inside The Arcade in Cleveland, Ohio, the oldest indoor shopping center in America.

These Northeast Ohio companies will help you pay for college

It's a staggering number. As of 2018, Americans have $1.5 trillion in outstanding college debt. The Class of 2017 graduated with an average of nearly $40,000 in debt, per student.

Newburgh Heights offers unique incentives to attract new homeowners

The proposed plan would help new home buyers pay off their student loans.

Couple uses pink dinosaur in unique approach for selling Cleveland home (photos)

A Cleveland couple is hoping a Tyrannosaurus rex will help sell their home in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood.

Several Ohio fishing areas to be stocked with rainbow, brown trout

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is stocking several Ohio fishing locations with catchable rainbow and yearling brown trout.

Lorain police now believe Halloween candy did not cause child’s illness

The candy was sent to the Lorain County Crime Lab for testing, according to police.

Kareem Hunt buys Willoughby South students tickets to Browns, Chiefs

Hunt purchased 110 tickets for the entire high school football team and coaching staff to attend Sunday’s game.

Ohio haunted house to donate $50,000 to Pittsburgh synagogue after hosting insensitive promotion

An Ohio haunted house has admitted that they “screwed up big time” after hosting a “Swastika Saturday” event on the same day a gunman fatally shot 11 people at a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh.

Trick or treat times for Halloween 2018 in Northeast Ohio

Halloween falls on a Wednesday this year, which means trick-or-treating in some Northeast Ohio communities will take place before Oct. 31.

Program helping families impacted by opioid crisis expands to 17 new counties in Ohio

The Ohio Sobriety, Treatment, and Reducing Trauma, or “START” program, is now available to residents in 34 Ohio counties after a 17-county expansion.

See a blue pumpkin tonight? Teal Pumpkin Project aims to accommodate children with food allergies

Tricker-or-treaters who do come across a teal pumpkin should know that, that means the house is providing treats for those with food allergies.

Good Samaritan steps up to buy scooter for special needs teen injured in hit-skip

Police are still looking for the driver in the hit-and-run.

Catholic Diocese of Youngstown names 31 religious leaders accused of sexually abusing minors

All 31 of the removed individuals have been investigated and the allegations have proven to be credible.

Cleveland to land 2022 NBA All-Star Game following Q renovations, report says

The official announcement could reportedly come as soon as Thursday.