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Murder Suspect Goes Free After 18 Years in Prison

Prosecutors in Cleveland have dropped the charges against a murder suspect who was imprisoned for more than 18 years but maintained his innocence and was granted a new trial. The Plain Dealer reports 40-year-old Anthony Lemons said a burden was lifted from him as a judge acquitted him yesterday. In...

Ohio Teen Shot Dead After He Tries To Steal Another Man’s Shoes

An Ohio teen is dead after he attempted to rob another man of a pair of expensive shoes, The Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting. 16-year-old Jawaad Jabbar was fatally shot by the man he and two accomplices were trying to rob. Jabbar...Show More Summary

Major Cleveland Outlet Is Dead Wrong About The City's Transgender Non-Discrimination Law, the news portal for the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Northeast Ohio Media Group (NOMG), is grossly misrepresenting an ordinance that would protect transgender people from discrimination in public accommodations, falselyShow More Summary

Report: Browns to “explore all options” at quarterback

That homeless guy apparently has given Jimmy Haslam some new advice. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns intend to “explore all options” at quarterback this season. Those options include a possible trade up to get Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, a player with whom G.M. Ray Farmer reportedly is smitten.…

PFT Live 12/15: Tom Curran, Mary Kay Cabot

Mike Florio chats with CSN New England Patriots Insider, Tom Curran about the the Patriots clinching the AFC East and when Bill Belichick will retire. Then, Florio chats with Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer about the performance of Johnny Manziel in his first NFL start, the Browns QB dilemma, and the shoulder injury…

Billy Cundiff questionable for Sunday’s game vs. Cincinnati

The Browns’ placekicker is a late-week addition to the injury report. Billy Cundiff (knee) will be questionable for Sunday’s game vs. the Bengals, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported Friday. According to the Plain Dealer, the Browns are prepared if Cundiff is unable to go, coach Mike Pettine indicated. The Browns worked…

Cleveland Paper's Editorial Invokes Fear of 'Predators' in Trans Accommodations

Several Plain Dealer editorial board members made the misinformed argument that allowing trans people to use the facilities that correspond with their gender identity would endanger women. read more

Cleveland Newspaper Takes Shot at Trent Richardson in Cartoon

Ex-Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson returns to face his old team in its home stadium. After the former first-round pick said he'd jump into the Dawg Pound if he scores, Cleveland's The Plain Dealer published a cartoon mocking Richardson's inability to find the end zone. [Twitter] Read more NFL news on's Very Bad Month: Attacks Parents of Dead 12-Year-Old After Covering Up GOP Gov's Odd Interview

"Tamir Rice's father has a history of violence against women." That was the opening sentence of a November 26 news article posted at, the web portal that outlet shares with its sister company the Cleveland Plain Dealer....Show More Summary

Cleveland Editorial Board Blast Police In Tamir Rice Shooting: ‘They Have A Lot of Explaining to Do’

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Despite publishing a controversial article painting 12-year-old Tamir Rice as the product of a broken, violent home, the Cleveland Plain Dealer today also published an editorial accusing police of lying about the circumstances surrounding his death.

Mike's Blog Round Up

BradBlog: Surely something is rotten in the state of Maine, where mystery ballots put a Republican over the top in a state Senate race recount. Cleveland Scene: Surely something is rotten at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, where the investigation...Show More Summary

Cleveland Boy's Dad: Why Didn't Police Tase Him?

The father of a 12-year-old Cleveland boy shot dead after brandishing a BB gun wants to know why police had to use deadly force on his son. He tells the Cleveland Plain Dealer that Tamir Rice was a "respectful" young man and he is shocked by accounts that he failed...

PFT Live: Expect big things from Josh Gordon in first week back

The 6-4 Cleveland Browns are getting Pro Bowler Josh Gordon back as they surge for a playoff spot and Mary Kay Cabot from the Cleveland Plain Dealer joins Mike Florio on PFT Live to set her expectations for the receiver’s return and much more.

PFT Live 11/21: Mary Kay Cabot, PFT Planet

Mike Florio talks with Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer about the return of Josh Gordon after a 10-game suspension, the future of Brian Hoyer, and why the Browns aren’t using Johnny Manziel more this season. Then, Florio takes calls and tweets from NFL fans.      

Morning Report for November 13, 2014

Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist Bill Livingston was ordered to write an apology letter to Cavs owner Dan Gilbert. ( A Palm Beach Post story prompts the sheriff’s department to pull its online booking blotter. ( Choire Sicha on The Awl’s redesign: “I care more about agility, speed and readers’ ability to discover … Read More

Tashaun Gipson Injury: Updates on Browns Safety's Concussion and Return

The Cleveland Browns are riding high in first place in the AFC North with a 6-3 record, but the health of safety Tashaun Gipson is of great concern to the team. According to Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer, Gipson was officially...Show More Summary

Cleveland Plain Dealer Headline Stokes Transphobic Fears

After a brief improvement in its coverage of trans issues, why is Cleveland's Plain Dealer going back to its old transphobic headline practices? read more

Matthew Dellavedova Out Up to Six Weeks With MCL Sprain

Cavs guard Matthew Dellavedova is going to be sidelined for a month and some change with an MCL sprain, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Dellavedova is averaging just 2.7 points and […] The post Matthew Dellavedova Out Up to Six Weeks With MCL Sprain appeared first on SLAMonline.

In Retrospect, It Should Have Been Obvious That Fruit Loops Belong on Hot Dogs

2 months agoOdd : Neatorama

(Photo: Allison Carey/The Plain Dealer) The Happy Dog is a restaurant in Cleveland. Since Sean Kilbane purchased and renovated it in 2008, it’s been a happening place for live music and original food. The chef decided to start by offering only 4 foods: hot dogs, vegetarian dogs, French fries, and tater tots. Show More Summary

Dion Waiters skipped national anthem for religious reasons

On Wednesday, before the Cavaliers' game in Utah, those following Cleveland noticed Dion Waiters did not join the team during the pre-game presentation, including the singing of the national anthem. When asked by the Plain Dealer's Chris...Show More Summary

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