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Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce, a pair of brothers and Cleveland Heights High School graduates, will square off in the Super Bowl.

Cleveland native Norelle is heading to sing at the Super Bowl, and this isn't even her first time doing it.

Every single Dollar General in Ohio has been shut down as of Friday morning, and now we know why.

One lawmaker has proposed legislation that would allow Ohioans to distill liquor without a permit from their homes — or their basements, or their garages.  

A winter surge in respiratory illness has left pharmacies with a shortage in children’s medication.

Last night, the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission put on its 23rd annual Greater Cleveland Sports Awards.

Norelle stopped by the Z Studio today to kick it with midday host Micah Dixon! The two talked about her being on tour with RiRi, performing at the Super Bowl for the second time, and balancing her work life with being a mom!

Police say that they were called to the bar after midnight, and found the first victim to be shot in the thigh. He was taken to the hospital and treated for minor injuries. The shooting could've been much worse had the bullet not struck the victim's cell phone that was in his pocket

The safest thing to do on social media is to associate with people you know. Anytime an unknown person reaches out to you offering a way to make some quick cash, that should be a red flag. 

For the second year in a row, the Cincinnati Bengals will play for an AFC Championship against the Kansas City Chiefs after a 27-10 win at the Buffalo Bills Sunday in the divisional round.

Several central Ohio parents are suing Hilliard City Schools, alleging teachers are having “intimate sexual conversations” with students and calling for the removal of badges supporting LGBTQ+ students.