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'He was Ted Ginn's cousin and I was nobody': Ginn Academy teacher convicted of sexually assaulting fellow teachers

Ginn Academy teacher Terrell Reddix was convicted Wednesday of sexually assaulting two former teachers at the school in 2013 and 2016.
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Police arrest woman with 16 hypodermic needles, drug pipes; man allegedly pushes woman at splash pad: Berea police blotter

Berea police arrested a Strongsville woman after finding her with 16 hypodermic syringes, a cocaine pipe and a marijuana pipe. Also, a Parma man may face criminal charges after he allegedly pushed a …
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Family learns frozen embryos inviable months after UH said they were safe

Attorneys said a family was told in March their embryos were not harmed in the University Hospitals fertility freezer incident, but learned this week that was not the case. UH said the family was one…
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Teen robs six people at gunpoint in 15 minutes in Cleveland, police say

A 16-year-old boy is accused of robbing six people at gunpoint in 15 minutes in Cleveland.
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'Hamilton' brings heart and humanity to story of America (review)

'Hamilton': Why the 11-time Tony Award winning musical is worth the hype.
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More anti-discrimination remedies added to Cuyahoga County Human Rights Commission legislation

An amended version of proposed legislation that would establish a Cuyahoga County Commission on Human Rights includes awarding attorney fees to people the commission determines were discriminated aga…
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Americans can weigh in on 2020 Census until Aug. 7

Minority civil rights organizations say that asking about citizenship on the 2020 Census will intimidate immigrants and hurt response rates - especially among historically undercounted communities.
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Akron chemical plant that exploded has history of EPA, safety violations

Since 2011, Emerald Performance Materials has been forced to pay more than $200,000 in fines resulting from health and safety violations.
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Watch Ohio State University corpse flowers bloom for first time since 2013, release odor like rotting flesh

Ohio State University's Titum Arum, or corpse flowers, are set to bloom for the first time since 2013. The flowers rarely bloom and when they do, smell like rotting flesh.
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Rainy weekend ahead for Northeast Ohio: Cleveland, Akron weather forecast Friday, July 20

Check out the weather for Northeast Ohio on Friday, July 20.
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Kennywood announces record-breaking Pittsburgh Steelers-themed roller coaster for 2019 (video)

The new ride, 220 feet tall and painted black and gold, will anchor a new themed area in the park, dubbed Steelers Country.
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Cleveland man dragged by car hours before child hurt when shots fired into home

The man suffered minor injuries in the dragging, and a child was hurt when bullets struck the home late Monday on East 85th Street near Central Avenue, according to police reports.
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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh seeks to boost labor support for Ohio Democratic candidates

Walsh is trying to rally union members and other Ohio voters to support Danny O'Connor in the Aug. 7 special election for Ohio's 12th Congressional District and other Democrats in the November midter…
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Pace of work still a concern in rollout of Cuyahoga County's IT system, consultant says

The pace of work remains a concern in Cuyahoga County's long-delayed overhaul of its IT and computer systems, a consultant said Thursday.
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Ohio's medical marijuana program faces more delays

Ohio's medical marijuana patient registry and processor license awards are behind schedule.
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