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Top Cleveland news: Man arrested on suspicion of abusing corpse; transgender male sues schools; more

Top Cleveland news: Man arrested on suspicion of abusing corpse; transgender male sues schools; more
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By Hoodline - Published on January 31, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Cleveland.

Man arrested on suspicion of abusing corpse in Alabama

A man wanted on an abuse of a corpse charge in Alabama was apprehended Wednesday in a Cleveland suburb, authorities said.

Read the full story on NBC LA.

Taco Week hits town in April

The first-ever taco-themed restaurant week is coming to Cleveland this spring. 

Read the full story on Cleveland Scene.

Chicago's second coronavirus patient recently visited Cleveland

The patient with Chicago's second confirmed case of coronavirus traveled to Cleveland on Jan. 14, officials said. They said he was not infectious at the time of his day trip.

Read the full story on WKYC.

Transgender male sues county schools, claims he is not allowed to use boys bathroom

A transgender male student is suing Cleveland County Schools saying he’s not allowed to use the boys bathroom. It’s been a heated issue in the state ever since HB2, the so-called ‘bathroom bill’.  

Read the full story on WCNC.

Alex Van Pelt hired as Browns offensive coordinator

Kevin Stefanski has found his man to try to help him maximize the immense talent on this Browns offense, which woefully underachieved in 2019.

Read the full story on cleveland.com


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