In addition to changing the name, the team also announced a new logo featuring a baseball and the letter "G" for Guardians. The team colors will stay the same.
A judge recently overturned John Tiedjen's conviction after 32 years. Now, he plans to marry the sister of the man he was accused of killing.
A grand jury decided this week not to charge the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority police officer who fatally shot the 19-year-old.
The denial is seen as the likely end of Loehmann's attempts at being reinstated on the police force after being fired for lying on his job application.
The couple found that two of the four fireplaces in their 19th-century house were not connected to chimneys.
Ohio's largest newspaper, The Plain Dealer, endorsed former Ohio State Senator Nina Turner for the Democratic nomination in the 11th congressional district special election.
New York City's official Twitter account criticized the Ohio city located on the shores of Lake Erie. Many begged to differ.
Gonzalez and Cheney were among the 10 House Republicans who voted in favor of impeaching Trump following the deadly January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Gina DeJesus was kidnapped in 2002, aged 13, and held prisoner with Michelle Knight and Amanda Berry by Ariel Castro for more than a decade.
"So it appears it was the Wuhan Virus after all?" Husted tweeted on March 26, prompting the editorial board's response Sunday.
The flight was diverted from its Los Angeles destination to land in Denver.
Sowell had been found guilty of murdering 11 people and disposing of the bodies on his Columbus, Ohio property.
Vandals used red paint to daub the symbol alongside a star of David and the word "Jewish" on a utility pole and a tree.
Jerry Saffo, 32, died in the shooting outside a Family Dollar store in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.
"Why did the first family and the chief of staff feel that the rules for everybody else didn't apply to them?" Chris Wallace asked Trump adviser Steve Cortes.
Groups of Black Lives Matter protesters gathered in Cleveland to call for justice and the ousting of President Donald Trump.
The Ohio Republican Party has pulled a campaign advertisement which accused an incumbent Democratic state representative of owing a 1999 debt actually belonging to another man with his same name.
The slain officer has been named locally as 53-year-old James Skernivitz.
As the leader of a New York State police union endorses President Donald Trump's reelection campaign, a patrolmen's association in Cleveland is abstaining from political alliances altogether.
An Ohio woman challenged a Planet Fitness staff member after he repeatedly asked her to leave the gym for refusing to wear a mask.
"I stood here, talking to you, and look at my f***ing face," the female protester told the officer. "I haven't moved and you f***ing burned my face."
Cleveland's chapter of Black Lives Matter tweeted Wednesday that purchasing more riot gear was "definitely a step backwards in the wrong direction for Cleveland and Cuyahoga County as a whole."
"The spike in coronavirus cases across the City of Cleveland warrants the mandated use of masks," Mayor Frank Jackson said.
The petition stated that while Christopher Columbus "initiated the genocide against Indigenous Americans," Ettore Boiardi, also known as Chef Boyardee, "enriched [the Cleveland] community with his food and iconic mustache."
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is also hoping to reopen schools in the fall but warned that precautionary measures would need to be in place.
Randolph "Randy" Brown, 64, and Joyce Richmond, 21, were taken into custody Tuesday and hit with multiple felony charges in relation to the alleged exploitation of teenagers.
The driver told authorities that he misjudged lights on the pier, but the Coast Guard has said the driver was also under the influence of alcohol.
The study adds to the debate on whether it is worth taking fish oils.
The yellow polo shirts adored with a six-pointed star were reminiscent of the badges Jewish people were forced to wear in Nazi Germany, the complaint said.