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Ohio sets 3rd record in a week for new coronavirus cases — 2,366: Wednesday update (cleveland.com)

Ohio’s four-phase plan to distribute coronavirus vaccine prioritizes health care workers and first responders (cleveland.com)

Police bust massive house party in Hudson, neighbors express concern (WJW Channel 8)

Ohio nursing home coronavirus deaths

Just over half of Ohio's reported coronavirus deaths since the beginning of September have involved nursing home patients.Rich Exner, cleveland.com

3,214 coronavirus patient deaths to date in Ohio nursing homes, other long-term care facilities (cleveland.com)

Cleveland Clinic, BreathTech will work together to develop COVID-19 breath test (cleveland.com)

Ohio Education Association calls for Gov. Mike DeWine to release money for school safety from rainy day fund (cleveland.com)

Indiana has been removed from Ohio’s latest coronavirus travel advisory map (cleveland.com)

College of Wooster quarantine, isolation spaces close to capacity as campus moves remote for rest of year (cleveland.com)

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Man fatally shot outside pizzeria in Cleveland’s Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood, police say (cleveland.com)

31-year-old man fatally shot in Barberton (cleveland.com)

Man charged in 17 armed robberies in 30 days across Cleveland, suburbs (cleveland.com)

TSA stops man with loaded handgun from boarding plane at Hopkins International Airport (cleveland.com)

Shooting in Akron’s Firestone Park neighborhood sends man to hospital (cleveland.com)

State halts monthly inspections at the Cuyahoga County Jail, cites improvement (cleveland.com)

Appeals court rules against the Brass Pole, says exotic dancers are employees, not independent contractors (cleveland.com)

Jackson administration’s plan to hire consultant to study needs of Cleveland’s West Side Market stalls (cleveland.com)

Cleveland waives 3 months of rents from struggling West Side Market vendors as coronavirus relief (cleveland.com)

Cleveland commits $500,000 toward upkeep, programming at downtown’s Public Square (cleveland.com)

Cleveland reports 26 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 coronavirus, no new deaths: Wednesday update (cleveland.com)

Cleveland extends program to let restaurants expand cafe-style seating in public spaces into spring 2021 (cleveland.com)

PepsiCo, National Urban League launch $10 million program to help Black restaurateurs in Cleveland and other cities (cleveland.com)

NAACP Cleveland branch hosting ‘Black The Vote’ to encourage people to vote early, vote on Election Day (cleveland.com)

RTA wants public input about proposed bus route system redesign (cleveland.com)

RTA Waterfront Line service to be suspended until spring 2021 (cleveland.com)

Filming in Cleveland has started on movie about Rickey Jackson, who spent 39 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit (cleveland.com)

Mother sues Hudson school district over risks of returning to in-person learning during coronavirus pandemic (cleveland.com)

With COVID-19 surge, Shaker City School District postpones next week’s start date for return to onsite instruction (cleveland.com)

Orange school board, superintendent agree students should have in-person learning option (cleveland.com)

Small businesses gobble up $50,000 in grants offered by Mayfield Village (cleveland.com)

North Olmsted woman says ‘our lives have been turned upside down’ after another car crashes into her home (cleveland.com)

Man rescued from top of car in North Olmsted after heavy rains flood Northeast Ohio (cleveland.com)

Cuyahoga County’s spiking COVID-19 cases force North Olmsted Senior Center to close again (cleveland.com)

Fairview Park Senior Center reopens with limited offerings and reduced capacity (cleveland.com)

Akron family starts outdoor classroom for students with disabilities (cleveland.com)

Republicans including Ohio’s Rep. Bob Gibbs question Joe Biden’s campaign use of Amtrak train from Cleveland (cleveland.com)

Census Bureau wraps data collection, but stops short of promising an official 2020 count by the Dec. 31 deadline; accuracy concerns linger locally (cleveland.com)

Here’s why Ohio hasn’t joined the feds' anti-trust lawsuit against Google (cleveland.com)

Sen. Sherrod Brown and ex-Ohio Gov. Bob Taft make bipartisan pitch for poll workers (cleveland.com)