Business in Downtown - Cleveland, OH

The Cavs, with one open roster spot, have a payroll of $115,695,525 that is the 12th-lowest total in the league. In 2019-20 and '20-21 — when the contracts of George Hill, Tristan Thompson, J.R. Smith, Kyle Korver and Jordan Clarkson could come off the books — the Cavs will have plenty of room for significant additions.

Baker Mayfield bravely stood in the pocket last week, held the ball — sometimes for too long — and took some punishing shots from the Los Angeles Chargers.

Depending on which television stats you cherry pick, the National Football League is either dying or it's immortal. But there's little doubt the NFL has been locked in a public relations battle the past few years. From a wave of...

Destination Cleveland, the county convention and visitor marketing organization, reports that 18.5 million people visited Cuyahoga County in 2017 for business and leisure travel, a 2.3% increase over 2016.

On the streets of Windsor, Ontario, there are no long lines outsides dispensaries or shops about to sell out of a limited marijuana supply.

Spark Networks USA, the company behind niche online dating sites like Christian Mingle and Jdate, has settled a consumer protection action filed by San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz counties on behalf of customers who were automatically...

From Crain's Detroit Business: Detroit's chance at landing a Major League Soccer expansion team may have dwindled by half. The league on Friday, Oct. 12, made the surprise announcement that Dee and Jimmy Haslam, owners of the NFL's Cleveland Browns, have stepped in with a bid to buy MLS' Columbus Crew, whose current owner was deep into plans to move the club to Austin.

Body cam video shows the tense roadside exchange between a Columbus, Ohio, officer and two boys carrying a BB gun.

When asked in two recent polls what issues were most important to them, Ohio voters said it was healthcare. So it should come as no surprise in the race for Ohio governor healthcare has emerged as a major issue in particular over the question of will work to most protect the healthcare rights of Ohioans.

A spectral flapper makes an appearance in an episode that goes even darker than Shirley Jackson’s novel.

Chris is winding down one of his woodworking blogs, offering thoughts on what he has learned as a blogger over the years, and in an entry Saturday, he provided a remarkable insight into his most vile commenters. They are in pain.

While drunk driving arrests are all too common, each DUI case is unique, meaning the possible penalties you could face when charged with drunk driving will vary depending on the specifics of your case. There are, however, some general rules...

Pet owners may sue police who shot and killed their dogs during a home search, a federal appeals court said. In Smith v. City of Detroit, the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals said police acted unreasonably when they...

A record-breaking 18.5 million people visited Cuyahoga County for business and leisure travel in 2017, bringing an estimated $8.8 billion in economic impact, according to Destination Cleveland.

Major League Baseball has concluded that the Houston Astros were not cheating when a team employee was taking cellphone photos of the visiting dugouts in Cleveland and Boston during their postseason games – they were actually monitoring the field to ensure that the Indians and the Red Sox weren’t violating rules.

At least 92 people in 29 states have been infected with a strain of multidrug-resistant salmonella after coming into contact with a variety of raw chicken products, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday. Twenty-one of the sick patients have been hospitalized, though no deaths have been reported.

With apologies to Kermit the Frog, it's not easy going green. Just ask the clerk's office at the U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. The appeals court announced a new paperless filing procedure in August, only to revise it...