Why would a chef who already runs two successful fine-dining restaurants want to open a 1940s style diner? Doug Katz has many reasons including family considerations as we learn in today's Quick Bite. Full story
Rock Hall immortalizes 50 years of the Rolling Stones Vintage instruments, stage costumes and artwork fill the new exhibit, "50 Years of Satisfaction" More
Thousands of tourists flock to Ohio's Magee Marsh Birders says it's a major funnel for migratory songbirds. More
Youngstown's D&L Energy appeals revoked drilling permit D&L Energy's drilling operations could continue this week as testimony progresses stemming from alleged frac-water dumping More
Big rigs and small buggies on the back roads Amish buggies try to make their way amid heavy gear and heavier trucks in the oil and gas fields More
Charles Ramsey has a beef with publicity
Man who helped free Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight does not want to endorse burger offers or video game Full story
RTA's Waterfront Line service to expand
Downtown Cleveland development spurs need for the underused rail trolley Full story
Portman wants answers on Cincinnati IRS
Other noon headlines: Ohio House adds provision to prevent online lottery sales; Third Cuyahoga Falls High School bomb threat Full story
Rocky River polluters fined a dollar-a-fish in toxic spill - Other headlines: Another bomb threat at Cuyahoga Falls school; Akron 1st grade teacher will head OEA; Charles Ramsey statue unveiled in Kentucky
Portman plays deal maker in Cordray nomination - Sen. Rob Portman is trying to broker a deal in the Senate as the legality of Cordray's recess appointment works it way through the courts
Medical marijuana issue could reach 2014 ballot - Or it could be on this year's ballot if enough signatures are collected
Do you like music? Are you looking for some concerts to attend? Well there are TONS of concerts this week, and Hot Picks has the low-down. Rick Springfield and Buddy Guy will be at Jacob's Pavilion, Who's Bad (A Michael Jackson Tribute Band) will be at The Civic, The Womack Family band will be at the Beachland Ballroom, and there are so many more! Check out Hot Picks this week for the info on some great concerts!
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