The Ohio State Highway Patrol said troopers made more traffic stops and impaired driving and drug arrests this Memorial Day weekend compared to the holiday weekend in 2011.
CLEVELAND - It will be a couple of more months before Cleveland football fans see their beloved Browns take the field. But they saw a good game anyhow on Wednesday night.
Cleveland police, fire and EMS took on the Marines in a game of flag football at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
The game, which was part of Marine Week, drew about 2,500 fans, including Michael Harrigan, Sr. who wasn't sure which side to cheer for. He works for the Public Utilities Police but his son, Michael, Jr. is in Marine boot camp.
"I really want to yell for the safety forces," Harrigan said. "But there's a bunch of big Marines around here so I'm just keeping my cool."
The halftime show brought fans to their feet, and by the start of the second half, Cleveland's first responders, all decked out in orange and brown, scored again.
The Cleveland first responders won the game by a score of 28 to 0.
Memorial Day Stories
The life of Army Spc. Adam Hamilton continues to inspire even those who never met the Kent native who was killed in action in Afghanistan one year ago.
U.S. Coast Guardsmen say they are busy keeping boaters in line on Lake Erie this holiday weekend.
After an Iraq war veteran got through PTSD with the help of a dog, he started an organization to bring rescued pups and war vets together.
A growing number of state highways are being designated to serve as tributes to Ohio's fallen soldiers.
From Shaker Heights to Bay Village to Avon Lake, several communities held parades to honor Memorial Day.
If you plan to head out to a Memorial Day parade or service on Monday, be prepared for record-setting temperatures.
President Barack Obama is paying tribute to the nation's fallen warriors on Memorial Day, attending a ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and honoring those who died during the Vietnam War.
Motorcyclists honor fallen firefighters in annual Cleveland fundraiser.
The sweet smell of ribs is back in the downtown Cleveland air. The Great American Rib Cook-off and Music Festival is back for the 21st year.