$2M bond set for man charged with running over, killing man

A man accused of running over and killing another man at an interstate rest stop in Ohio has had his bond set at $2 million
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11 children, 6 adults injured in three-vehicle crash

Authorities in Cleveland say 17 people, including 11 children, were injured in a crash involving three vehicles
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13 people detained in ICE raid on Ohio meat plant indicted

Authorities say 13 people detained during a June immigration raid on an Ohio meat packing plant have been indicted federally with using false documents while applying for a job
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13-year-old boy goes missing while swimming in Lake Erie

Authorities say 13-year-old boy goes missing while swimming in Lake Erie off a Cleveland beach and crews continue to search for him.
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13-year-old boy shot in head from brother's gun dies

Authorities say a 13-year-old boy received a gunshot to the head from his brother's gun and has died
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2 men found dead after standoff were sons of slain doctor

Authorities say two men found dead after a standoff near Cleveland were the sons of a doctor who died from multiple gunshots at his home. Police had described the two, before they were identified, as persons of interest in the doctor's slaying.
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2 players kneel for anthem, Kaepernick tweets to thank them

Two players kneel for anthem on NFL's opening Sunday, and Kaepernick tweets to thank them
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2 sons of slain doctor found dead after SWAT standoff

Authorities say two men found dead after a standoff near Cleveland were the sons of a doctor who died from multiple gunshots at his home. Police had described the two, before they were identified, as persons of interest in the doctor's slaying.
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2nd man in 2 weeks arrested in California wildfire starts

Police have arrested a man in connection with a Southern California wildfire that has burned 12 cabins and led to new evacuations on Wednesday
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4 face drug charges after raid on rural Texas compound

Four people have been arrested after Texas authorities raided a rural compound that investigators allege is tied to drug smuggling operation at a county jail
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875 pounds of fish, 54 dozen eggs, kombucha feeds 1 NFL team

Through the weight room and down a flight of stairs, a cohort of hungry football players trudged into the Redskins Park cafeteria on a Tuesday in late August to the sound of clinking pots and sizzling pans
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A look at key primary legislative races in Tennessee

A deluge of Tennessee state lawmakers are heading for the door and others face tough challengers, creating some competitive contests for the Aug. 2 primary election
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A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials

A roundup of recent editorials in Michigan newspapers
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AG Jeff Sessions addresses US opioid epidemic in Cleveland

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the Department of Justice and law enforcement are determined to loosen the opioid epidemic's "grip of death and destruction" on the nation
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AG Jeff Sessions to address US opioid epidemic in Cleveland

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions is expected to discuss the country's opioid epidemic in Cleveland
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Alabama detective works to make every victim feel heard

Bryan Goza's desk belies the serious nature of the work he does every day in Montgomery
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Alabama man gets 99 years in slaying of ex-girlfriend

An Alabama man has been sentenced to 99 years in prison for the 2017 slaying of his on-again, off-again girlfriend
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Alaska volcano restless again

One of Alaska's largest and most active volcanoes is restless again and has prompted scientists to issue an aviation advisory
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Amber Alert issued for 2 children after fatal Ohio shooting

An Amber Alert has been issued for two Cleveland children who authorities say were taken by their mother after a shooting in which their father was killed
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AP Newsbreak: 'Queen of Soul' Aretha Franklin dies at 76

Singer Aretha Franklin, the iconic "Queen of Soul" who voiced classics such as "Respect," "Think" and "Chain of Fools," has died at 76.
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Authorities find body of woman missing 2 weeks

Sheriff says body found in northeast Ohio and identified as woman missing about 2 weeks
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Authorities ID woman on scooter who died after struck by car

Authorities identify woman who was riding electric scooter in downtown Cleveland when she was hit by a car and died
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Authorities search for suspect who ran over man at rest stop

The Ohio State Highway Patrol says law enforcement agencies are searching for a suspect who ran and over and killed a man he'd been arguing with at an interstate rest area between Akron and Cleveland
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Authorities: Man dies in accident at auto service workplace

Authorities say a man has been killed in an accident at his workplace in Ohio
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Bald eagles roosting in Cleveland now raising young birds

Officials say a pair of bald eagles that were the first to roost in Cleveland's industrial valley in over a century now has two fledgling eagles
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Battling 18 blazes, California may face worst fire season

California could be facing the worst wildfire season ever as some 18 gigantic blazes ravage the state _ and the historically worst months are still to come
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Bhutanese refugees work to keep their culture alive

Community of Bhutanese refugees in northeastern Ohio work to preserve its members' heritage for future generations
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Black sorority members sue restaurant after police called

Members of a black sorority say a restaurant discriminated against them by calling police and have sued the business
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Boston Celtics star Irving honored by mother's Sioux tribe

Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving and his older sister, model Asia Irving, were officially welcomed into the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in a ceremony recognizing their tribal heritage
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Boston's 'Forrest Gump' re-enacting end of cross-country run

Before there was "Forrest Gump," there was Dave McGillivray, who's re-enacting the Fenway finish of his 1978 run across America
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Businessman recommended as University of Tennessee president

The chairman of the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees has recommended former gubernatorial candidate Randy Boyd to serve as the school's interim president
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California crews scramble to keep flames from reaching homes

More than a thousand firefighters are trying to prevent a growing Southern California forest fire from reaching foothill neighborhoods a day after flames roared to new ferocity and came within yards of homes
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Can anger make good business? It does at Smash Room

Lots of politicians have ridden on anger to elective office. And one local entrepreneur hopes anger will support a successful business.
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Candidate buys Weather Channel ads ahead of hurricane

The Republican candidate for Ohio governor has paid for ad time on The Weather Channel as it gears up for Hurricane Florence coverage
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Causes for California's worst fires are often 'undetermined'

California mystery: What caused many of the state's largest, most destructive wildfires over the last 10 years isn't known
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Celtics' Kyrie Irving honored by mother's Sioux tribe

Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving and his older sister, model Asia Irving, were officially welcomed into the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in a ceremony recognizing their tribal heritage
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City agrees to pay $150K to resolve lawsuit over force

Ohio city sued by family who alleged a moonlighting police officer used excessive force and broke a teenage girl's jaw agrees to pay family $150,000
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City approves plan to move Cleveland police headquarters

Cleveland City Council approves proposal to move police headquarters into the building that formerly housed the Plain Dealer newspaper
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City to pay family of man killed by police $500K

Cleveland will pay $500,000 to family of man fatally shot by a police detective in 2010 when he quickly raised his hand inside a dimly lit basement
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City to pay family of Ohio man killed by police $500K

Cleveland will pay $500,000 to family of man fatally shot by a police detective in 2010 when he quickly raised his hand inside a dimly lit basement
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Cleveland airport system expected to better air traffic flow

A new navigation system that will begin operating later this month at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is designed to improve traffic flow
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Cleveland Indians honor tickets 52 years after accident

Cleveland Indians fan who missed a game when hit by a train in 1966 had chance to see team this season after the Indians honored her saved 1966 tickets
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Cleveland Metroparks Zoo welcomes baby eastern black rhino

The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo welcomes new baby eastern black rhino
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Cleveland Orchestra receives $9.3 million donation

Cleveland Orchestra receives $9.3 million gift from Ohio philanthropist who died last year
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Cleveland Orchestra suspends concertmaster amid allegations

The Cleveland Orchestra has suspended its longtime concertmaster after the publication of two accounts detailing sexual misconduct allegations
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Cleveland police reform will likely extend beyond 5 years

Cleveland's agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to complete scheduled reforms of the city's police department is expected to exceed the five-year period both sides anticipated
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Cleveland to begin citing residents for improper recycling

Cleveland is ready to cite residents for improper recycling to address the growing problem of contaminated recyclables
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Coast Guard suspends search for man missing in Lake Erie

The U.S. Coast Guard says its search for a man reported missing in Lake Erie has been suspended
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Column: Control freak Meyer suddenly "knows nothing"

Column: Morphing into Sgt. Schultz - the old TV character who said "I know nothing" - Urban Meyer says he didn't know about his former assistant's troubled home life, following the same path of ignorance of so many other coaches
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Competency hearing sought in terrorist support case

The attorney representing a man accused of scouting locations in Cleveland to attack people watching Fourth of July fireworks and who talked about carrying out additional bombings is requesting a competency hearing for his client
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