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Five injured, one dead after fire at Loganberry Ridge Apartments in Richmond Heights

A man died Friday and five other residents were injured as a result of a fire on the third floor of the Loganberry Ridge Apartments, according to the Richmond Heights Fire Department.
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Oldest person in U.S. celebrates 114th birthday: Cleveland Heights' Lessie Brown

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio - America's oldest living person, Lessie Brown, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, celebrated yet another birthday on Saturday afternoon at her home. Brown turned 114 years old on th…
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Brett Kavanaugh accuser wants to talk to Senate; terms up in air

The woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of a decades-old sexual assault has accepted a Senate committee's request to tell her side next week but Christine Blasey Ford wants to resume…
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10 NE Ohio breweries win medals at Great American Beer Festival

Ten Northeast Ohio breweries won medals at the annual Great American Beer Festival in Denver. In all, breweries in the state earned 14 awards.
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Travel still dangerous amid Florence flooding in parts North Carolina (photos)

Gov. Roy Cooper said nine of the state's river gauges are at major flood stage and four others are at moderate stage.
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Dance program reflects on recent black history and shows the challenges ahead

Terence Greene, program manager and artistic director for the Creative Arts Dance Academy at Cuyahoga Community College, takes a no-nonsense approach when whipping his dance ensemble into shape.
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A bumper 2018 flock of Ohio legislative lame ducks could spell trouble: Thomas Suddes

What the Ohio House and Senate pass during 2018's lame-duck session could help make up for legislative lost time - or stuff yet another pinata for Ohio fat cats, writes Thomas Suddes.
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Man hospitalized after Saturday morning shooting in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood

The shooting took place around 1 a.m. Saturday on the 500 block of East 128th Street, police say.
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2018 Fall Theater Preview: At Dobama Theatre, season celebrating women's work brings Annie Baker's 'John' and Dorothy Silver to the stage

"John" is Annie Baker's ghost story, with a killer part for the first lady of Cleveland theater.
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Why hasn't Ohio recovered from recession? - Calling All Readers

The Plain Dealer and more than 40 Ohio media outlets, a collaboration known as Your Voice Ohio, will explore these questions and more in a series of community conversations across the state.
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Today in History: September 22, 2018

Today's highlights in history for Saturday, September 22, 2018
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Gandalf's: Northeast Ohio's best weekend brunches, breakfasts

Our brunch and breakfast series takes us to Gandalf's Pub & Restaurant in Valley City. Here's what we found.
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Supreme Court decision may illuminate Ohio dark money

Advocates of transparency said the ruling would give voters a better view into who was shaping political ads. Advocates for donor confidentiality predicted the ruling could inhibit some from speaking…
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Boo At The Zoo Is Back! Cleveland's Sweetest Halloween Tradition Returns For 29th Year

Cleveland’s sweetest Halloween tradition, Boo at the Zoo presented by Citizens Bank, is returning for the 29th year this October. This year's family-friendly event runs Fridays thru Sundays, October …
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