Huge waves could be seen for miles on Lake Erie in Lakewood on Oct. 29, 2012 as the effects of Hurricane Sandy were felt in northeast Ohio.
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CLEVELAND - Federal and Ohio fish experts are trying to restore the number of native lake trout in Lake Erie.
During the past week, about 120,000 lake trout fingerlings were stocked off Catawba and Fairport Harbor. It's a joint project of the Ohio Division of Wildlife and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The native lake trout in Lake Erie have been greatly reduced by parasitic sea lamprey predators.
Despite extensive annual stocking, experts say there has been little lake trout natural reproduction in Lake Erie over the past three decades.
Tags will help to check any progress restoring native lake trout.
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For a few hours Wednesday afternoon the Rock Hall became the talk hall, and all the talk was about Cleveland.
An 85-year-old man is encouraging others to protect themselves in a city park after a pit bull tried to attack the Cleveland resident Sunday.