Did you know: chocolate makes up about three-quarters of a trick-or-treater's "loot"?
New Cleveland convention center manager hired from Pittsburgh.
Cleveland residents can learn about the benefits and requirements of enrolling in a health care plan through ACA
Many Chagrin Valley residents recognized employees of a local catering company in the #1 movie "Bad Grandpa"
Zombies come in at No. 1.
Flashing lights lit up the streets of Lorain to say goodbye to an 8-year-old who dreamed of becoming a police officer
One way some volunteers are making a difference is at The Gathering Place
A memorial vigil was held Friday to remember Christina Adkins.
Tonight the Terminal Tower is lighting up blue in honor of Pro Bono Week and the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland
As you can imagine, family and friends are shocked about the loss of five-year-old Israel Thornton.
Channel 3 has a new family member we want to introduce to you.
Burgers are the hot topic in the latest edition of Cleveland Magazine. Who has the best burgers?
Candlelight vigil and memorial planned for this weekend.
A controversy has been simmering in the West Geauga School District this year because of the school's open enrollment policy.
A source involved in the investigation of Elias Acevedo Sr. tells WKYC that three of the women accusing him of rape are members of his family.
HealthSpotSM station, a cutting-edge telehealth system
Some of your winter energy costs will be on the rise this winter, this according to the United States Energy Information Administration.
Berry and DeJesus will collaborate with Mary Jordan, a Cleveland native and Pulitzer-prize-winning writer for the Washington Post.
WVIZ relies on volunteers to help their nonprofit Ideastream programming get on the air.
Parents and children across Northeast Ohio are gearing up for Halloween.
As police work to solve the disappearance of Christina Adkins, they're also trying to determine who murdered Pamela Pemberton.
It's the biggest festival for the Cleveland Hispanic community and it takes place this Saturday
What exactly were the Cleveland Police and FBI looking for and how will this impact the investigation into Elias Acevedo
Fire investigators spent the day looking for the cause of a house explosion on East Sprague in Brecksville
On the topic of cyberbullying, we are joined by Jesse Weinberger, an Internet safety expert
Music lovers everywhere have been talking about "the list."
Cleveland Councilman Joe Cimperman is facing ethics questions.
Shaker Heights High School seniors are watching what is happening in Washington and it makes them nervous.
Helping us predict is Cleveland Scene Music Editor Jeff Niesel.
When the National Parks are open, you can find a special volunteer on the trails.