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Fishery featured in 'Deadliest Catch' begins

6:35 PM, Oct 18, 2013

Alaska's red king crab fishery, made famous by Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch," is finally kicking into full swing

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National sites, nearby businesses ready for reopen

10:58 PM, Oct 16, 2013

Federal workers are rejoicing and those who use Northeast Ohio's National Parks and Historic Sites are ready for the locks to come off and the trails to reopen.

Obama ready to work on 'real issues' after shutdown

9:29 PM, Oct 16, 2013

President Obama says the government is ready to end the shutdown, and move forward to the "real problems"

The best and the worst of the government shutdown

9:03 PM, Oct 16, 2013

The government shutdown had memorable moments from Ted Cruz's reading of 'Green Eggs and Ham' and the hot mic catching Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Mitch McConnell's campaign strategy.

Thousands crowd the Smokies as it reopens

8:52 PM, Oct 16, 2013

A lot of people were waiting at the gates as Cades Cove at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park reopened Wednesday

Debt bill denies annual pay hike for Congress

6:25 PM, Oct 16, 2013

Congress is about to vote to deny itself a pay raise. It'll mark the sixth year in a row

NASA astronauts continue to Tweet despite government shutdown

6:21 PM, Oct 16, 2013

Astronauts aboard the ISS and their Tweets from space are the only voice of the space agency during the shutdown.

Government Shutdown | 'Pop Quiz'

6:02 PM, Oct 16, 2013

Channel 3's Erin Kennedy gave people a "Shutdown Pop Quiz."

Shaker Heights HS seniors react to Washington gridlock

5:59 PM, Oct 16, 2013

Shaker Heights High School seniors are watching what is happening in Washington and it makes them nervous.

AP sources: Boehner, top GOP to vote for deal

5:56 PM, Oct 16, 2013

Officials said Wednesday that the leaders made their intentions clear at a closed-door meeting of rank and file Republicans.

Shutdown's impact on local busnesses

5:44 PM, Oct 16, 2013

The possible deal to end the shutdown is a relief to local business owners.

Senate leaders reach deal to end shutdown

2:49 PM, Oct 16, 2013

The Senate's top two leaders announced a bipartisan deal Wednesday to reopen the federal government

Shutdown Day 16: Default deadline looms

11:13 AM, Oct 16, 2013

A list of things you should know about the shutdown and debt limit.

Veterans get into closed memorials

7:57 AM, Oct 16, 2013

Honor Flights get certificates to get vets into closed memorials.

Government shutdown delays Ohio jobs data report

6:03 AM, Oct 16, 2013

The monthly Ohio unemployment report scheduled for Friday will be delayed because of the federal government shutdown.

Fitch puts US credit rating on negative watch

6:27 PM, Oct 15, 2013

Fitch credit rating agency has warned that it is reviewing the U.S. government's top rating on credit

GOP House to vote Tuesday night on budget bill

3:59 PM, Oct 15, 2013

Spokesman for Speaker John Boehner says the House will vote Tuesday night on legislation

House GOP preps separate debt limit, funding bill

9:21 AM, Oct 15, 2013

House Republican leaders are planning to push their own bill to reopen the government and avoid a financial default.

Senate Dem leader: 'We're getting closer' to deal

11:56 AM, Oct 14, 2013

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he's getting closer to a deal with Republican leader Mitch McConnell

Haunted trail nearly spooked by government shutdown

9:21 AM, Oct 13, 2013

Organizers got quite a scare when the government shutdown threatened to stop their seasonal event

Senate blocks 15-month debt ceiling extension

2:01 PM, Oct 12, 2013

The Senate came 7 votes shy Saturday of approving a measure to extend the debt ceiling by 15 months.

Feds to reopen refuge areas used to hunt waterfowl

9:15 AM, Oct 12, 2013

 The Fish and Wildlife Service says it is reopening 3 million acres in wildlife refuges to allow hunting of pheasants and waterfowl.

During shutdown, congressional pay strikes a nerve

8:48 AM, Oct 12, 2013

Take the money or not? That's the question many members of Congress are struggling with during the government shutdown.

Senate OKs bill for military chaplains

11:36 AM, Oct 11, 2013

Senate has approved a bill to let military chaplains work despite the partial government shutdown

President Obama pushes for talks to end shutdown

7:58 AM, Oct 10, 2013

With little sign of compromise, President Obama invites Congress to discuss shutdown and debt limit.

Shutdown's economic toll on parks: $76 million a day

6:33 AM, Oct 10, 2013

A breakdown of how the government shutdown is impacting national parks.

5 things to know Wednesday about the shutdown

3:12 PM, Oct 9, 2013

What you need to know about the government shutdown on Wednesday, Oct. 9

The 'Buzz' on Superdelegates

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List of prescription drugs that can cause nightmares

Nightmares aren't a common side effect of prescriptions, but they can occur in dozens of drugs

10:42 PM, May 14, 2012

Vigil for Cleveland girl, 15, fatally shot Saturday

Rally and candlelight vigil at 6 p.m. tonight at E. 39th and Longwood for 15-year-old shot and killed

5:27 PM, Aug 29, 2011

Parma plays part in possible sainthood for Fulton J. Sheen

PARMA -- The city has two connections to the cause of possibly making the late TV evangelist, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, a saint of the Catholic Church.

11:31 AM, Feb 2, 2010

Billionaire unveils new 'Titanic II' cruise ship design

An Australian billionaire says he wants to build a new version of the Titanic that could set sail in 2016.

9:12 AM, Feb 27, 2013

Clifford Pinkney promoted to 2nd in command at Sheriff's Department

Pinkney, who is Cuyahoga County's first African American chief, will be second in command to Sheriff Frank Bova.

8:11 AM, Jul 12, 2013

TJ Lane flips off courtroom; what he said to victims' families

T.J. Lane showed nothing but contempt for the families of his victims during the sentencing hearing in the Chardon High School shootings.

11:08 PM, Mar 19, 2013

LeBron bikeathon set for next weekend

AKRON -- Akron is getting ready to switch to pedal power this weekend.

2:51 PM, Jun 20, 2006

1st man on the moon Neil Armstrong dies

Astronaut Neil Armstrong, who uttered one of history's most famous proclamations when he became the first man to walk on the moon in 1969, died Saturday.

10:44 PM, Aug 25, 2012

Mexico tests DNA from Jenni Rivera plane crash

Mexican authorities are performing DNA tests on remains believed to be those of singer Jenni Rivera and six other people who died when her plane went down in northern Mexico early Sunday.

2:35 PM, Dec 11, 2012

Shutdown Soundoff

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