Mayor Dan Horrigan signed an emergency curfew order after demonstrations Sunday turned destructive.
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Mayor Dan Horrigan enacted the emergency following demonstrations over the deadly shooting of Jayland Walker by eight police officers; A smaller group of protesters peacefully marched to Horrigan's home and were met with police in riot gear; more stories.
Planned Parenthood of Ohio says it's still performing abortions, just not after 6 weeks of pregnancyPlanned Parenthood said in the past week they've had to turn away "hundreds" of people whose pregnancies had advanced beyond the six-week cutoff, which is typically when cardiac activity can first be detected.
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- Cornering the spelling, punctuation of street names. OH Really?
- The road to Blossom is paved with Steels Corners. OH Really?
- Cuyahoga County keeps its feet on the ground while reaching for the 'Heights.' OH Really?
- Backyard Bird Count in Cleveland, Akron this weekend
- Some robins love winter in Ohio. OH Really?
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- New book on former Cleveland music venue Speak In Tongues details its lasting spirit
- As Tri-C JazzFest returns to Playhouse Square, Cleveland's jazz scene looks for ways to thrive
- Ravenna rapper Chanelle Kazadi on track to 'Make It Work' in music
- Indie rockers Spirit of the Bear release first music following new record deal
- Cleveland blues musician Taylor Lamborn emerges from pandemic with new band and live acoustic tracks