CLEVELAND — Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes are about to be unleashed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Starting this spring, crews will redesign the Rock Hall’s entry plaza with an outdoor cafe, “prime parking” for motorcycles and a concert stage. Here are the highlights: – A bigger, badder, louder concert stage with killer live music from […]

The tentative agreement must be approved by the city council.   Officials in Ferguson, Missouri and the Department of Justice announced a tentative deal on Wednesday to overhaul the city’s embattled police force in an effort to avoid a costly court battle, reports USA Today. The deal stems from systemic failures brought to light by the death […]

  CLEVELAND — Public Square is now one step closer to getting a major facelift in time for the Republican National Convention in 2016. Monday night, City Council approved some funding for the project. For years, the look of public square has remained the same, but soon, the once hub for commuters could feature an […]

  CLEVELAND — Mayor Frank Jackson is proposing a makeover of all city gun laws. The ultimate goal is to keep more guns out of the hands of young people and criminals and reduce street violence. Jackson rarely comes before city council to make his case for legislation. On Wednesday, Jackson told Council’s Safety Committee […]

The New York Times ran a story Sunday about some pretty remarkable changes to policing in Camden, New Jersey. The changes, led by community efforts and new policies, have arguably lowered the homicide rate and, perhaps, even helped to connect the community to the officers sworn to serve and protect it. Check it out: In the summer […]

  Facebook is making adjustments to the appearance of links and posts on its News Feed in an effort to reduce “click-baiting,” the social network announced Monday. The changes are being implemented to make certain clickbait content doesn’t push out the content users want to see. In order to make the change, Facebook will now […]

  CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Legendary tough guy, Danny Green ruled the streets of Collinwood back in the 1970s.  His home was bombed as the Mafia tried to kill him. Fast forward to 2014, there is a different kind of explosion going on in the Cleveland neighborhood. Art galleries, music venues and a hip scene […]

  *Nike is reportedly going back to the drawing board with its new LeBron 11, because the man it is named after is not happy with it. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Miami Heat star LeBron James has only worn his new shoes for two complete games this season. Sources confirmed to […]

  CLEVELAND — Mayor Frank Jackson and Gov. John Kasich were together at Upper Edgewater Park Tuesday. That’s when Kasich announced the state was getting a $72 million windfall from the federal government, a redistribution of highway money that went unspent in other states. Kasich and Jackson said the Ohio Department of Transportation would put $3 million […]

CLEVELAND – The Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity launched an aggressive plan that hopes to place 12 needy families in renovated homes by the end of the year. With the help of the Cuyahoga Land Bank, habitat has been in the process of acquiring vacant houses on both Colfax Road in the lower Kinsman neighborhood, […]

Despite previously announcing plans to revive “In Living Color” for two special episodes, Fox has reportedly decided to scrap the idea indefinitely. According to Vulture, sources have confirmed that while hours worth of footage were filmed, network executives were not too thrilled with the final product, which was set to “feature a new cast of […]