The Summit County OVI Task Force caught four people for during under the influence during two St. Patrick's Day checkpoints.
CLEVELAND - Were you one of the people who braved the cold to attend the 1993 Cleveland St. Patrick's Day parade? If so, have you thawed out yet?
Amid the snowflakes and icicles of a Cleveland wintery St. Patrick's Day parade, some shamrocks, kilts, bagpipes could be seen.
March 17 in Cleveland weather-wise is a gamble. Some years it's 70 and sunny, other are like the day seen in our video player in 1993....miserably cold.
Nevertheless, our intrepid WEWS reporter Alan DePetro shows us the splendor and diversity of those participating in or watching Cleveland's 126th St. Patrick's Day parade.
In a minute and a half, DePetro introduces us to our friends and neighbors with ethic heritages from around the globe, including one child he nicknamed "Baby Bobka," who today would be 22 years old or so.
DePetro said while wind chills reported below zero,10,000 people attended the parade.
Enjoy and dress warmly and in green for this year's parade.
St. Patrick's Day 2013
Cleveland police said Monday 29 people, 24 adults and five juveniles, were arrested during the downtown St. Patrick's Day festivities.
For the 146th time, the St. Patrick's Day parade marched through downtown Cleveland to celebrate the day with tens of thousands of people watching.
Riot-equipped police were called out to quell an unruly pre-dawn St. Patrick's Day crowd at the University of Dayton.
With city of Cleveland officials expecting more than 300,000 people downtown for the St. Patrick's Day festivities, here are a few tips to get you through the day.
The 2013 Cleveland St. Patrick's Day Parade will start at 2:04 p.m., and hour later than the traditional step off time.
Amid the snowflakes and icicles of a Cleveland wintery St. Patrick's day parade in 1993, some shamrocks, kilts, bagpipes could be seen.
The RTA said it's increasing services all day Sunday for St. Patrick's Day. The Cleveland parade starts at 2:04 p.m. this year and hundreds of thousands are expected to head downtown.
The MAC Tournament wraps up Saturday at the "Q" leading into the massive downtown Cleveland celebration that is the St. Patrick's Day parade.
The Live Well Network host of Let's Dish, Chris Koetke, shares his recipe for a steak marinated with Guinness.