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CLEVELAND: How best to measure the pain of a fan base in the wake of the Cavaliers’ loss in the NBA Finals?
Especially when, unlike Jose Mesa’s meltdown or Michael Jordan’s shot, it crept in, pin by pin piercing the well-punctured voodoo doll of Cleveland’s sports history.
Anderson Varejao’s torn Achilles.
Kevin Love’s dislocated shoulder.
Kyrie Irving’s fractured kneecap.
Matthew Dellavedova’s dehydration.
LeBron James’ exhaustion.
Akron has launched a yearlong campaign to showcase and encourage healthy police-community interactions.
It’s a family tradition for the Morrison family that spans four generations.
Perhaps 10 times a year, Judy Rankin is reminded of the glory days of her youth and at the same time the two weeks that nearly scuttled her Hall of Fame career before it started.
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Ohioans, who are besieged by millions of dollars in presidential campaign ads every four years, say they are fed up with negative political campaigning.