Vault: Cedar Point's Magnum coaster opens 1989
Cedar Point debuts the world's tallest, fastest, steepest coaster, Magnum XL-200, in 1989.
Vault: Fred, Lee, Joel on the MX April 15, 1988
Fred Griffith, Joel Rose and Lee Jordan host the first hour of the Morning Exchange from April 15, 1988.
VIDEO '89: 'Major League' premieres in Cleveland
The movie “Major League” premiered 25 years ago April 7, 1989 but Cleveland got its own premiere a few days earlier.
Throwback: Dr. Fad visits Live On Five in 1988
Meet Dr. Fad, Ken Hakuta, who sold 200 million of his "wacky wall walkers" to the American public.
Video Vault: 1990 return of buzzards to Hinckley
The buzzards returning to Hinckley each year also brings the return of TV news crews, park rangers and interested bird watchers.
Vault: The WMMS Coffee Break Concerts
The WMMS Coffee Break concerts were something very unusual for local radio. Free concerts aired live and without commercials on a powerhouse…
Vault: Classic WEWS Dave and Ted promo
Former WEWS news anchors Dave Patterson and Ted Henry were the stars of the WEWS “The Naturals” promo.
Vault: Baseball, snow familiar CLE duo
WEWS reporter Paul Kiska has a saying he uses year-round no matter the Cleveland weather: "This could be Opening Day."
Vault: Walt DIsney visits Cleveland Zoo
Walt Disney visited Cleveland in 1961 - yes, THE Walt Disney.
Vault: Force fans pack Coliseum for 1986 game
Cleveland Force fans pack the Richfield Coliseum for the final home game of the 1985-86 season.
Vault: A live blimp ride over Cleveland
A ride aboard the Goodyear blimp "America" shown live on the WEWS news broadcast Live On Five.
Vault: CLE Santa arrives by chopper 1961
Christmas in Cleveland 1961 featured a camel in a parade, Santa arriving by helicopter and the Toys for Tots campaign.
Gravesite toy thefts hurt child's grieving mom
It's a petty theft, misdemeanor, but a heartbreaking crime to those trying to honor their loved ones.
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Contestant on new season of 'Bachelorette' dies
One of the competitors on Andi Dorfman's upcoming season of "The Bachelorette" has died, ABC News reported.
BBN Blog: Tracy Carloss visits Brunswick
In this blog, we'll share some of the special things we find in each Building Better Neighborhoods community.
About 800,000 infant monitors being recalled
Summer Infant is recalling about 800,000 rechargeable batteries used in baby video monitors because of a burn hazard.
CWR, UH study: Aspirin lowers colon cancer risk
As part of a 5 On Your Side Health Alert, researchers at Case Western Reserve and University Hospitals say aspirin can reduce your risk…