A Man Who Dresses in Medieval Garb and Walks Around Downtown is a Strange Ranger. But is He Dangerous?

A Man Who Dresses in Medieval Garb and Walks Around Downtown is a Strange Ranger. But is He Dangerous?

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A lone and leery man, armored in chainmail, is prowling the parapets of Public Square's Soldiers and Sailors Monument.

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Rob Portman Says He'd Vote No on Senate Healthcare Bill in its Current Form

Rob Portman was among the GOP Senators who hadn't publicly staked out his vote on the current version of the Senate healthcare bill that would,...

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Parents of Woman Who Fell Off Cleveland Balcony on St. Paddy's File Lawsuit

St. Patrick's Day 2017, a woman in a Warehouse District bar fell from a second floor balcony and has since lived, unconscious, at an assisted...

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Ohio BMV Has a Silly New Mascot, and it Needs an 'Appropriate Name'

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles has unveiled a silly new cartoon mascot — a license plate complete with, oh yes, hands, eyeballs and sneakers. However,...

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Three Guys Steal Armfuls of Victoria's Secret Merchandise in Akron: Video

It's an unfortunate, widely known truth that Victoria's Secret isn't cheap. However, sometimes you have to suck it up for bras and panties worn...

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Unexpected Winners and Losers in Cleveland Mayoral Forum

Three days before signatures must be filed with the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, six mayoral challengers met at VFW Post 2850 in Cleveland's Clark-Fulton...

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Is This the Worst Road in the Cleveland Area?

You already know Cleveland's reputation for having some the worst roads in the United States. In 2015, TRIP, a national transportation research group, even released a...

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Watch Ohio Highway Patrol Stop Rogue Horse and Buggy

Every Ohioan knows to watch for deer while driving, but what about an escaped horse and buggy? State Highway Patrol Sergeant C. Otis Smith and...

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Akron-area Charter School Founder Allegedly Stole Millions to Fund Lavish Vacations, Plastic Surgery

Charter school founder Marcus May is accused of using millions of dollars from parents and Ohio and Florida taxpayers for personal items and lavish vacations....

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Cleveland Mayoral Forum This Evening in Clark-Fulton

At 6 p.m. Monday, the Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus and the Ward 14 Democratic Club will co-host a Cleveland Mayoral Candidate Forum at the VFW...

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Paint Primer Has Been Leaking Into Lake Erie Since Saturday at Avon Lake Ford Plant

Avon Lake city officials and local Ford Motor Co. leaders met Monday morning on the shore of Lake Erie to hash out the latest details...

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Do Not Approach Ohio Bears, Police Warn After Several Sightings

Some perks of living in Ohio are its general lack of natural disasters and dangerous wildlife. But the Buckeye State is home to semi-threatening black...

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Gov. Kasich, Several Ohio Websites Victims of ISIS Propaganda Hacking

Gov. John Kasich's website was among several Ohio sites hacked Sunday by the Islamic State to display a pro-ISIS message denouncing President Trump. A group...

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Cleveland Pride Parade and Festival Kicks Off Today

The 28th annual Pride parade kicks off at noon today at West Third Street and St. Clair Avenue, then makes its way to Voinovich Bicentennial...

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88-Year-Old Ohio Man Says One-Eyed Hooker Stole His Wallet After Morning Rendezvous

It's not every day, or really any day, that you get to write that headline. But today is that day, and let's cherish it because...

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Brian Windhorst to Cavs Fans: Everybody Chill

Yesterday on 850 WKNR Brian Windhorst addressed the current state of the Cavaliers in the wake of David Griffin's departure and the 8,574 rumors...

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Browns Tackle Joe Thomas Takes His Talents to 'Celebrity Family Feud' This Summer

You already know Cleveland Browns offensive tackle Joe Thomas thanks to his on-field talents as well as hilarious Twitter presence. Now, the Cleveland Brown...

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How to Know When It's Safe to Swim in Lake Erie

As the sun and humidity begin to permeate Northeast Ohio, it's only right and natural to want to head to your local swimming hole. But...

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The Great Lakes' Asian Carp Problem Draws Near

Concerning news out of the Great Lakes has become fairly routine, what with a soaring record of mismanagement already settling in across the region. The...

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Avon Lake Man Stole 500 Yard Signs Because "They Were Distracting"

Avon Lake Police arrested 62-year-old John Hoelzel yesterday, after he was caught on video removing a legally set up yard sign. And it turns out,...

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Lawyers for Q Deal Opposition Ask Ohio Supreme Court to Dismiss City's "Collusive" Lawsuit

Lawyers for the Chandra Law Firm*, representing five named Cleveland taxpayers, have filed a motion in the Ohio Supreme Court asking that the court dismiss...

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Cuyahoga Falls Seeks to Remove Dam from Gorge Metro Park

While there's no real time table in place, the large dam along the Cuyahoga River in Gorge Metro Park is expected to be taken...

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