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Indians’ Kluber has cast removed, making progress

CLEVELAND (AP) — Indians ace Corey Kluber had the hard cast protecting his broken right arm removed and the two-time Cy Young winner is healing as hoped. Kluber underwent imaging texts Thursday, which showed that his ulna is mending properly. Cleveland manager Terry Francona said Kluber can begin range of motion and that he will […]
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Free agent Pro Bowl tackle Gerald McCoy to visit Browns

CLEVELAND (AP) — Free agent defensive tackle Gerald McCoy will visit the Cleveland Browns, who may sign the six-time Pro Bowler. General manager John Dorsey said Thursday that McCoy, released earlier this week by Tampa Bay in a cost-cutting move, will be at the team’s facility Friday. Dorsey announced McCoy’s impending visit at a news […]
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Lakers’ LeBron James makes All-NBA third team

By many measures, LeBron James just had his least successful season in a long time. But despite an injury-plagued season with no playoff appearance, James still has the prestige as one of the NBA’s best. The 34-year-old made the third-team All-NBA squad, the league announced Thursday morning, his NBA-leading 15th appearance in his 16 seasons. It’s the only time James has been a third-teamer, breaking a streak of 11 consecutive first-team appearances, but given that he played just 55 games for th...
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Morning Headlines: U.S. Census Shows Ohio Population Decline, Cleveland Lands 2021 NFL Draft

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, May 23: U.S. Census shows Ohio population decline; Cleveland lands 2021 NFL Draft; Republicans propose changes to bill to save Ohio's nuclear plants; Democrats push back on legislation to loosen gun laws; Former jail nurse director sues county, hospital over his firing; Toledo health care workers strike enters third week; Ohio State police officer receives Medal of Valor; Ohio breweries contributed $1B to the state's economy; U.S. Census shows Ohio p...
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Montas pitches Oakland to 6th straight win, 7-2 over Indians

CLEVELAND (AP) — Frankie Montas pitched six scoreless innings, Mark Canha homered and drove in three runs and the Oakland Athletics extended their winning streak to six with a 7-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday. Nick Hundley had three hits, including a solo homer and two RBIs. Robbie Grossman also drove in a […]
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Montas throws 6 scoreless innings, Athletics top Indians 7-2

CLEVELAND (AP) — Frankie Montas pitched six scoreless innings, Mark Canha homered and drove in three runs and the Oakland Athletics extended their winning streak to six with a 7-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday. Nick Hundley had three hits, including a solo homer and two RBIs. Robbie Grossman also drove in a […]
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NFL draft headed to Cleveland in 2021, KC in '23

The NFL draft is heading to Cleveland in 2021 and Kansas City in 2023. A site for 2022 has been delayed because about 20 cities are interested in hosting that year.
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Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam on hosting 2021 draft: 'It's a big, big deal'

Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam addresses the media after Cleveland was announced as the host city for the 2021 NFL Draft.
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Ava Justman, Jordyn Vanhook highlight West Valley League softball awards

Chatsworth pitcher Ava Justman was named the 2019 West Valley League softball MVP. Justman finished the season 19-2 with an ERA of .51 and 263 strikeouts in 26 appearances, giving her an average of roughly 10 strikeouts per game. Justman is committed to the University of Wisconsin. El Camino Real’s Jordyn Vanhook, an Arizona State commit, was selected as the league’s Player of the Year. Vanhook had 44 hits, 31 RBIs and 11 home runs on her way to a three-home run performance in the L.A. City Sect...
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Athletics change plans, don’t place Davis on injured list

CLEVELAND (AP) — Oakland Athletics designated hitter Khris Davis is undergoing an MRI on his ailing left hip in Cleveland, but the team has opted against placing him on the injured list for now. On Tuesday night, Oakland manager Bob Melvin and Davis both said the 2018 major league home run leader would be going […]
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Inside The Mohicans: an Ohio treehouse empire

Waking up in a tree 30 feet off the ground with no noise but birdsong, you might not think you were halfway between Columbus and Cleveland. But The Mohicans is a collection of treehouses and cabins in the quiet woods of Ohio’s Amish country. The treehouses are situated off the road and far enough apart that you can spend a night or two and never run into your human neighbors. Kevin Mooney began building treehouses on his property in 2012. Now, he’s a treehouse addict— with seven completed and a...
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Indians designate outfielder Carlos Gonzalez for assignment

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Indians designated Carlos Gonzalez for assignment after the veteran outfielder failed to produce for a team that has struggled offensively all season. Gonzalez, who signed a minor-league contract in spring training, batted .210 with two home runs and seven RBIs in 30 games. The left-handed hitter, 33, played the last […]
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Abortion Issue Draws Protesters from Both Sides

Supporters of legal abortion rallied in state capitals throughout the nation Tuesday. One such rally took place in Columbus. Hundreds of protesters chanted outside the Statehouse. Many carried homemade signs, urging lawmakers to stop passing abortion bans and restrictions. Democratic Rep. Stephanie Howse (D-Cleveland) said the bans being passed lately are dangerous. “People are going to still have abortions. They are going to because it’s a real health care need.” John Tuttle of Columbus, a supp...
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Behind scenes in Cleveland where Browns expectations are bonkers – 'There's not going to be a crash here'

John Dorsey is the architect of the most fascinating franchise in football — the long downtrodden, but suddenly relevant Browns. And this, he hopes, is just the beginning.
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Brown'd and determined: Hype is real for Browns

Coming off a decent season, a series of splashy moves has made long-downtrodden Cleveland one of the most fascinating franchises in football.
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Canha’s pinch-hit homer off Bauer lifts A’s past Indians 5-3

CLEVELAND (AP) — Pinch-hitter Mark Canha’s two-run homer off struggling Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer in the third inning sent the Oakland Athletics to their fifth straight win, 5-3 over the Indians on Tuesday night. Canha replaced injured slugger Khris Davis and connected off Bauer (4-3), who managed to hang around for six innings despite early […]
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Alexander: When Magic spoke out, we shouldn’t have been surprised

The world according to Jim (aka, As The Lakers Turn): • Earvin Johnson has never been one to hold his tongue. We’ve loved that about him over the years, even if there have been times we’ve cringed, too. He wears his heart on his sleeve, he hardly ever says no comment, and he’s often painfully honest, sometimes at the expense of his own image. Which is sort of what happened Monday, when Magic went full metal jacket on the Lakers’ front office. He upstaged the introduction of new coach Frank Vogel...
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Safer Mobility Starts on School Playgrounds: Empowering the Next Generation of Pedestrians

From Headlines to Legislation to the Streets On Good Friday in Washington, DC, a longtime cycling activist was struck and killed by a man driving a stolen van at more than twice the posted speed limit. David Salovesh, a well-known advocate for protected bike lanes and safer streets, was the first cyclist killed in Metro DC in 2019, and one of the 128 DC traffic fatalities since 2015. One week after Salovesh’s death, advocates, victims’ relatives and crash survivors gathered in front of th...
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Renaissance man: Beilein ready to breathe new life into Cavs

New Cavaliers coach John Beilein ready for a renaissance era in Cleveland            [Author: AP]
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Report: 2021 NFL Draft awarded to Cleveland

The 2021 NFL Draft will be held in Cleveland, according to an Uproxx report on Tuesday. Cleveland, Kansas City and Denver were among the finalists for recent drafts that were awarded to Nashville (2019) and Las Vegas (2020). "We're confident in our city and our proposal, and feel Cleveland has a great chance at securing this event," David Gilbert, president of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, told in a statement earlier Tuesday.
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Judge sentences man to death for used car lot slayings

CLEVELAND (AP) — A judge has sentenced a man to death for the slayings of a couple at their Cleveland used car dealership. The Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH’-guh) County judge sentenced 32-year-old Joseph McAlpin on Tuesday. The jury that found McAlpin guilty of aggravated murder and other charges had recommended the death penalty. McAlpin was convicted in […]
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Riverside backs merger of Shaker International and Montage

Shaker International has merged with Montage, forming a recruiting automation platform. No financial terms were disclosed. The Riverside Company backed and facilitated the merger. PRESS RELEASE CLEVELAND and DELAFIELD, Wis., May 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Shaker International, a leading provider of predictive talent intelligence and assessment solutions, has merged with Montage, the single solution to engage, interview and hire better candidates, faster. The new company will help its combined clien...
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The Informant Ran Off With The Cash

Kathleen Maloney previews a bar discipline matter set for argument today before the Ohio Supreme Court. Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association v. Matthew J. King, Case no. 2018-1762 Cuyahoga County In June 2016, Cleveland attorney Matthew J. King was convicted of... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
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U.S. Home Values Fall for the First Time in Seven Years

The median U.S. home value dropped from March to April, the first monthly decline since February 2012 The typical U.S. home is worth $226,800, down 0.1% month-over-month. The median home value has grown 6.1% year-over-year, the fourth straight month of slowing appreciation. The median U.S. rent is $1,477, up 2.6% from this time last year. This is the sixth straight month that rent prices have grown. For-sale inventory in the U.S. fell 1.7%. There are 26,786 fewer homes for sale t...
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Entrepreneurship Lessons From 5 Celebrity CEOs

It seems like nowadays celebrities get covered in the media from a “business” perspective almost as much as they get talked about for their actual creative work or sports accomplishments. America is a country that values and admires success at the highest levels. We are fascinated by people who can perform at a world-class level in the most competitive human endeavors—and there are lots of crossovers between the worlds of sports, music, and pop culture and the world of business. Many of the most...
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Anderson leaves with cervical strain, A’s beat Indians 6-4

CLEVELAND (AP) — Brett Anderson left in the sixth inning with a cervical strain, and the Oakland Athletics hung on to beat the Cleveland Indians 6-4 on Monday night. Anderson (5-3) allowed one run in 5 1/3 innings, improving to 4-0 with a 0.94 ERA in six starts against the Indians. The 31-year-old left-hander was […]
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