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Class Action Suit Targeting Cleveland Clinic's Billing Practices Gets Big Victory

A Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas judge Thursday denied the Cleveland Clinic Foundation's motion to dismiss a potential class-action lawsuit targeting the hospital's billing...

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The Last Ohio Statehouse Protests Ended in Fistfights. Now Officials Worry About Inauguration Violence

It was a peaceful protest outside the Ohio Statehouse. Then it was a crowd of Proud Boys wailing on Dejuan Sharp. The brawl came a...

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As Cleveland Hospitals Get Ready to Expand Vaccine Rollout to Public, They're Still Trying to Get Full Buy-In From Own Staffers

Ohio's rollout of the Covid vaccines next week enters phase 1B, which will include older residents and school personnel. Phase 1A, which includes healthcare...

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Tamir Rice Family to Protest Downtown Friday, Demand Accountability in Dropped Federal Investigation

The family of Tamir Rice, their legal team, and their community of supporters will rally for justice Friday afternoon in downtown Cleveland. After the...

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Groups Look to New Administration to Clean Up Ohio River

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Groups that advocate for water quality are urging the incoming Biden administration to meet the goals of the Clean Water Act,...

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City of Cleveland Offices to Close Friday through Wednesday over Concerns of Unrest

The City of Cleveland has announced that its offices, and the Willard Park Garage adjacent to City Hall, will be closed from Friday, Jan....

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Former Cleveland Schools Occupational Therapist Charged in Connection to Capitol Riot

Christine Priola, the former CMSD employee who was captured on tape by a Getty photographer on the floor of Congress during the riots at...

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City Council Health Committee to Begin Holding Weekly Covid-19 Hearings

Cleveland councilman Kerry McCormack announced Thursday that the Health and Human Services Committee he oversees will begin holding weekly meetings on Monday mornings to...

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Severe Allergic Reactions to COVID-19 Vaccines Are Extremely Rare, CDC says

Out of the first 1.9 million doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine administered in the United States, there were 21 reported cases of severe allergic...

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Human Trafficking: Pandemic Increases Vulnerability, Diminishes Response

COLUMBUS, Ohio — January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and advocates in Ohio say COVID-19 has made awareness more important than ever. Amy LaGesse,...

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How Ohio Advocates Have Stepped Up Efforts to Help Sex Trafficking Survivors

This article is from Eye on Ohio, the nonprofit, nonpartisan Ohio Center for Journalism. Please join their free mailing list, as this helps provide...

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Cleveland City Council Holds Hearing on May 30th Police Report, Calvin Williams Stands by Justice Center Breach Claims

After testimony about the May 30th demonstrations from local activists Kareem Henton and Julian Khan at a Cleveland City Council Safety Committee meeting Wednesday,...

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Rep. Anthony Gonzalez One of Ten GOP House Members to Vote to Impeach Donald Trump

After debating whether or not Donald Trump deserved consequences for lying for weeks to the American people with debunked claims of a stolen election...

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Ohio State Wexner Center Finds Covid Variant Similar to But Independent From U.K. Strain in Columbus

A Covid variant similar to the one that was first identified in the U.K. has been found in Ohio, the Wexner Medical Center and...

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This Cleveland Speech Clinic Helps Trans People Find Their Voice, Literally

This article is provided by Eye on Ohio, the nonprofit, nonpartisan Ohio Center for Journalism in partnership with the Buckeye Flame. Please join their...

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The 2021 Comics Issue

Welcome to 2021, and welcome back to the annual tradition that is the Cleveland Scene comics issue, now in its 9th year. This year’s...

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Savage Love: Cum, Again

As you can see by my signature, Dan, I'm a linguist. On your podcast, you frequently ask researchers "whatchyougot" on all kinds of sex-...

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2021 Cleveland St. Patrick's Day Parade Canceled Due to Continued Covid Concerns

The annual St. Patrick's Day parade was one of the first large-scale events in Cleveland to have been canceled in March of last year...

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Policy Experts: Ohioans Need Bridge to Recovery, Not Just a Step

COLUMBUS, Ohio - It may be a step toward economic recovery. but it isn't a bridge. An Ohio-based public policy group says it welcomes...

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Blaine Griffin Will Not Run for Cleveland Mayor in 2021, Will Seek Re-Election on City Council

City Councilman Blaine Griffin told a virtual crowd at a New Year's celebration Tuesday evening that he would not be seeking the office of...

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Justin Bibb Formally Launches 2021 Cleveland Mayoral Campaign

Citing an urgent need for a new generation of leaders at City Hall, 33-year-old nonprofit executive Justin Bibb formally launched his 2021 Cleveland Mayoral...

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