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CHICAGO: The Indians began their own “30 for 30” series Tuesday night in U.S. Cellular Field, and episode one could have been titled “Don’t Look Now.”
It was difficult, at first, to raise a steer, give it a name and care for its needs only to sell it off knowing it will be slaughtered when the time was right.
Indians 8, White Sox 6: Marla Ridenour's final thoughts on Zach Walters
Buckeyes football: Urban Meyer calls surgery on Braxton Miller a success
Here's what coach Mike Pettine is saying about the Browns today
The Kilchers will be back in October
Heat pump clothes dryer cuts energy use
Kevin Love says he's committed long term to Cleveland
Cedar Point and Kings Island roll out Labor Day weekend $1 food and game deals
Michael Sam: Respecting his teammates shower time
West Virginia seeking drilling leases for under the Ohio River
Rhinegeist to release Saber Tooth Tiger on Saturday
Akron Zips football schedule with times and TV
Hear Black Keys Pat Carney & Ralph Carney's theme for NETFLIX series BoJack Horseman
Follow the christening of Goodyear's Wingfoot One
Chris Christie to speak at Summit County GOP fundraiser
With more than 100 tents to be erected, they’re already going up.
Zach Walters’ 10th-inning homer sparks Indians over White Sox
Potential package featuring Johnny Manziel appeals to Browns. Pro Bowler Jordan Cameron: ‘Any spark we can get would be awesome’
LeBron James, Kevin Love forged friendship at London Olympics
It’s ‘Shawshank’ anniversary time again in Mansfield
Kim Hone-McMahan: Kind hearts to the rescue, thanks to you and Silent Angels
Cleveland Clinic to become Akron General minority owner in $100 million deal
Black Keys ticket raffle will help Akron restaurant with costly repairs
Betty Lin-Fisher: Tooth Fairy on a tighter budget; beware of phone book and mobile phone scams
Mary Beth Breckenridge: Realtor takes aim at knotweed
LOS ANGELES: “Modern Family” and “Breaking Bad” triumphed at Monday’s Emmy Awards, proving that established broadcast and cable fare retains the power to fend off challenges from upstart online series such as “Orange Is the New Black.”
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