Business in Indurstrial Valley - Cleveland, OH

Search and Rescue teams found the body of Maurice "Moe" Harris, a hiker who hasn't been seen since Aug. 13, on Wednesday.

The National Federation of Independent Business sentiment index for July rose 0.7 point to 107.9, besting analysts' pre-release estimate of 106.8 and representing the highest figure since the record 108 reading in 1983. Businesses reporting unfilled job openings rose to a record. A net 29% of owners expect sales to increase, up 3 points from the prior month.

The first shows under the Exactly Right banner are scheduled to roll out later this year.

An accident on eastbound Interstate 90 at Eddy Road closed the left lanes Wednesday evening, according to the Ohio Department of Transportation.

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink. Similarly, you can give an employee a break, but you can't make her take it. According to the federal Fair Labor and Standards Act (FLSA), employers...

Omarosa Manigault Newman and Donald Trump are at it again, this time over breach of confidentiality stemming from non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) Omarosa purportedly signed during both the 2003 taping of The Apprentice and his 2016 Presidential Campaign. The Trump...

A Utah 6-year-old was allowed to order a Barbie doll online. She did. Plus $350 worth of other toys, too. The story and funny photo are now viral.

The Anheuser-Busch and SABMiller merger, aka the Budweiser-Miller merger, has been approved and the most recent legal challenge denied. As the Ninth Circuit explained, the lawsuit, brought by

A Warren, Ohio man who had been missing in the wilderness around Mt. St. Helens in Washington state for nearly a week has been found alive, rescue officials confirmed to KATU.

If you're told that your hotel doesn't have a copy of your reservation, what can you do? Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

Summer is the perfect time to be out on the water. The weather is great for swimming, skiing, fishing, or just cruising around. But the weather doesn't always stay great, some of those activities can be dangerous, and a few...

A fight broke out on the first day of school at McKinley High School on Tuesday, school officials confirmed.

The discovery of some old artillery shells at a home in Concord Township prompted visits from two bomb squads Tuesday and Wednesday.

The family has given United Way more than $400,000 in the last decade, and its foundation recently gave the agency a $1 million contribution.

The grand jury report not only details the extent of the abuse, but of the coverup as well. Read more on FindLaw Legal Blogs.

It's a bridge that thousands of Clevelanders cross on a daily basis—chances are you've been on it recently— but have you ever gone under the Veteran's Memorial Bridge where streetcars used to take commuters to and from their destinations in the early to mid-twentieth century?

The man cited for smashing a car window to rescue two dogs inside a hot car pleaded not guilty during his appearance at Parma Municipal Court on Wednesday.

Uber is the target of yet another sex crime lawsuit, this time concerning a driver who purportedly is a repeat offender. The driver, John Kyle Lane, sexually exposed himself to a rider just days after he had sexually assaulted another...

The opioid and heroin epidemic is hitting one community in Ohio hard -- so hard that employers are struggling to fill jobs. They say one of the main reasons they can't hire is that too many people are failing drug tests or are not able to maintain their duties because of substance abuse.

Despite a corporate tax cut, record low unemployment, and an accelerating economy, employers aren't planning big increases to their salary budgets for next year, according to a new survey from Willis Towers Watson. In a survey of 814 organizations, the consulting firm found that, on average, employers plan on giving out 3.1% pay raises in 2019. That's an increase of about 0.1 percentage point from previous years.

For the second time this summer, a woman was sexually assaulted while on a Portage County bike trail in Deerfield Township.