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Updated: 2017-10-04T20:52:38Z

 



Researchers in Ohio working to see if dandelions can be future of the tire industry (gallery)

2012-09-20T14:47:56Z

Researchers at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster are working with industry giants to harvest natural rubber from a relative of those plants home gardeners love to hate. Researchers at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster are working with industry giants to harvest natural rubber from a relative of those plants home gardeners love to hate.



Injured Painesville man deported to Mexico, then kidnapped, lawyer says (photos)

2017-07-28T01:54:47Z

A rally was held today to support a Painesville man who was deported to Mexico and then kidnapped. The rally also supported a local woman who faces deportation Tuesday. A rally was held today to support a Painesville man who was deported to Mexico and then kidnapped. The rally also supported a local woman who faces deportation Tuesday.



No silica in Medina concrete plant dust, test results show

2017-06-28T18:04:25Z

The city of Medina has released the results of tests on air quality near the Osborne Concrete plant which indicate there is no harmful silica in the dust found in nearby homes. The city of Medina has released the results of tests on air quality near the Osborne Concrete plant which indicate there is no harmful silica in the dust found in nearby homes.



Jason Campbell named starting Browns quarterback, snow in October: Week in Review

2013-10-26T16:05:06Z

A review of the week of Oct. 21, 2013 including snow in northeast Ohio in October, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus in talks for a book deal and the Cleveland Browns have another new starting quarterback. A review of the week of Oct. 21, 2013 including snow in northeast Ohio in October, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus in talks for a book deal and the Cleveland Browns have another new starting quarterback.



Dick Feagler, journalism legend, retires from WVIZ

2013-09-24T14:32:39Z

Commentator Dick Feagler calls it a wrap after 50 years in Cleveland journalism. Commentator Dick Feagler calls it a wrap after 50 years in Cleveland journalism.



West Shoreway funding plan to be announced Tuesday

2013-09-23T20:14:51Z

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Gov. John Kasich say they have a funding plan to allow completion of a project to link the West Shoreway with Lake Erie. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Gov. John Kasich say they have a funding plan to allow completion of a project to link the West Shoreway with Lake Erie.



Exec who led Pilot Flying J briefly after Jimmy Haslam bought Browns has new job

2013-09-20T16:44:39Z

The former PepsiCo exec who led Pilot Flying J right after Jimmy Haslam bought the Cleveland Browns has a new job. The former PepsiCo exec who led Pilot Flying J right after Jimmy Haslam bought the Cleveland Browns has a new job.



Cleveland police looking for suspects in shooting death of a man

2013-09-06T22:42:58Z

Cleveland police are looking for information on the shooting death of a man. Cleveland police are looking for information on the shooting death of a man.



Ariel Castro's remains claimed from Franklin County coroner on behalf of his family

2013-09-06T20:51:42Z

A funeral home claimed the body of Ariel Castro this morning on behalf of Castro's family. A funeral home claimed the body of Ariel Castro this morning on behalf of Castro's family.



College students' general knowledge has changed over the decades, according to Kent State University researchers

2013-09-03T21:46:18Z

College students' general knowledge today differs in many ways from what their counterparts knew in 1980, according to a Kent State University study that has updated norms widely used by research psychologists. College students' general knowledge today differs in many ways from what their counterparts knew in 1980, according to a Kent State University study that has updated norms widely used by research psychologists.



90-Second Know-It-All: The Battle of Lake Erie

2013-09-03T13:00:45Z

It was 200 years ago. The British, at this point, had had about 35 years to get over the events of the American Revolution, but they hadn't made a lot of emotional progress. They were at war with us again,... It was 200 years ago. The British, at this point, had had about 35 years to get over the events of the American Revolution, but they hadn't made a lot of emotional progress. They were at war with us again,...



Ohio State University's next leader may be more CEO than president

2013-09-03T10:59:37Z

The next president of Ohio State University may need the qualities of a CEO as much as an academician to operate the large, complex institution. The next president of Ohio State University may need the qualities of a CEO as much as an academician to operate the large, complex institution.



Two hundred years later, tall ships relive the Battle of Lake Erie

2013-09-03T10:59:48Z

A bicentennial re-enactment of the pivotal Battle of Lake Erie that included tall ships attracted more than 2,000 pleasure boaters and thousands of others who came to Put-in-Bay for several days of events. A bicentennial re-enactment of the pivotal Battle of Lake Erie that included tall ships attracted more than 2,000 pleasure boaters and thousands of others who came to Put-in-Bay for several days of events.



11th Congressional District parade is a community event

2013-09-03T10:58:38Z

Thousands lined Kinsman Road to watch more than 100 units, representing organizations, unions, city departments and politicians, march in the 42nd annual 11th Congressional District Community Caucus Labor Day Parade. Thousands lined Kinsman Road to watch more than 100 units, representing organizations, unions, city departments and politicians, march in the 42nd annual 11th Congressional District Community Caucus Labor Day Parade.



In the Battle of Lake Erie's re-enactment, bet on the Yanks to win again (video)

2013-09-02T18:33:25Z

The mood must have been tense on Sept. 10, 1813, but it's festive today, as spectators set sail on Labor Day to see the Battle of Lake Erie re-enacted 200 years later. The mood must have been tense on Sept. 10, 1813, but it's festive today, as spectators set sail on Labor Day to see the Battle of Lake Erie re-enacted 200 years later.



Cleveland's Egyptian Christians head to White House to protest violence against churches in Egypt while preparing their church for festival

2013-08-22T21:39:37Z

Violence in Egypt and the 25th annual Egyptian Festival in Seven Hills leaves St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church members working around the clock, sleepless, with a heavy but strong heart. Violence in Egypt and the 25th annual Egyptian Festival in Seven Hills leaves St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church members working around the clock, sleepless, with a heavy but strong heart.



Blackout affecting 50 million people less likely today

2013-08-14T23:38:24Z

The Great Blackout of 2003 is now an event in history but not for the engineers and other experts charged with making sure it does not happen again. Here's why the odds are against the same kind of failure. The Great Blackout of 2003 is now an event in history but not for the engineers and other experts charged with making sure it does not happen again. Here's why the odds are against the same kind of failure.



$400 million Powerball jackpot entices Ohioans to take a chance

2013-08-06T22:34:22Z

If someone from Northeast Ohio would cash-in on Wednesday as the solitary ticket-holder, this winner would take home the prize amount of the fourth-largest contest. If someone from Northeast Ohio would cash-in on Wednesday as the solitary ticket-holder, this winner would take home the prize amount of the fourth-largest contest.



Holsey Gates Handyside, former foreign-service worker, comments on current terror alerts

2013-08-06T01:10:34Z

A longtime Cleveland resident who spent 30 years in foreign service discusses the severity of the current terror threats. A longtime Cleveland resident who spent 30 years in foreign service discusses the severity of the current terror threats.



Avon Walmart celebrates expansion with 'A Big Family Welcome' party

2013-08-02T20:17:46Z

Party at Walmart in Avon to celebrate expansion Party at Walmart in Avon to celebrate expansion



New, old, fast and slow, La Taqueria feeds Richmond Heights

2013-08-06T21:51:17Z

Four generations of a family have led La Taqueria, including Jimmy Boges (upper left), Sean Syed (upper right), Toni Valle (lower left), Renee Boges (lower right) and Brian Adkins (middle). Photo courtesy of Brian Adkins The new place for Mexican... Four generations of a family have led La Taqueria, including Jimmy Boges (upper left), Sean Syed (upper right), Toni Valle (lower left), Renee Boges (lower right) and Brian Adkins (middle). Photo courtesy of Brian Adkins The new place for Mexican...