Earlier this year, University Hospitals of Cleveland was featured in the national news, but not in a good way. University Hospitals transplanted a kidney into the wrong patient. Two patients had been waiting for a kidney. Patient one received the kidney that was intended for patient two. The good news is that patient one turned out to […]

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We got Layzie and Krayzie, Bizzy’s in the house, Wish is in the house And Flesh And Tasha ♫ Did y’all forget about Tasha? Cleveland was definitely in the house and that they were, as one of Swizz Beatz now favorite Verzuz went down last night with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony reppin for E99 and St. Clair, […]

Work injuries are incredibly common in the US, as are work-related deaths. In fact, according to the National Safety Council (NSC), there were a total of 4.64 million (medically consulted) injuries in the US in 2019. It’s important to understand your rights to compensation if you ever find yourself sustaining your own injury while at work. So, […]

Well Yippee-ki-yay Clevelanders! If you are a fan of the original ‘Die Hard’ and love the Christmas season, then this event is for you. The Great Lakes Brewing Company has announced it is hosting a dinner related to the late 1980’s classic that starred Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman and Reginald VelJohnson in mid-December. From WEWS […]

If you had been watching ‘Dr. Oz’ on WJW Fox 8 in Northeast Ohio on the morning of Dec. 1 at 11 a.m., that may have been the last time you were seeing the long-running show. That is because, due to Dr. Mehmet Oz reportedly running for a spot in Pennsylvania in the U.S. Senate, […]

When George Floyd was murdered by a Minnesota police officer that was captured on video, protests broke out all over the world.  For the most part these protests were peaceful.  But just like with anything you always have someone show up for a protest that doesn’t have good intentions in mind turning a peaceful protest […]

Today on the Bijou Star files on 93.1 WZAK, November 30, 2021:  Click to Listen Live and read more on these stories below. Is it ‘Cuya-hoe-ga’ County or ‘Cuya-hogg-a’ County?  The social media debate About The Pronunciation of Cuyahoga How do you pronounce Cuyahoga?  Read More NBA’S PJ TUCKER HONORS VIRGIL ABLOH WITH SHOES ‘Virgil Will Always Be […]

12 year old Tamir Rice of Cleveland, Ohio lost his life, shot and killed at the hands of a police officer, because Tamir Rice was doing what children do and that’s play with toys. In the case the toy Tamir Rice was playing with was a toy gun. Although the officer that killed Tamir Rice was let […]

The changeover from one baseball team identity to another has gotten off to a rocky start on what was supposed to be a celebration with items selling the new name for the first time ever. Shortly after launching the sale of “Cleveland Guardians” merchandise earlier on Nov. 19 at 9 a.m. at the Progressive Field […]

After serving two terms, one of Cuyahoga County’s most well-known politicians is not seeking another four-year run. County Executive Armond Budish has announced earlier on Nov. 16 that he is stepping down after his second term is up. Budish did say it was a “hard decision” as he “loves waking up every morning thinking about […]

If you are used to releasing balloons outside along with others in large gatherings in Cleveland, you might have to start thinking twice. Cleveland City Council is getting ready to vote during an evening session on Nov. 15 that will restrict who will release large amount of balloons in the city all at once. While […]