Cleveland -- Ten-foot-tall replicas of Fender Stratocaster guitars that had spent the summer on display throughout Cleveland fetched about $800,000 for charity Saturday night at an auction at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
Cleveland -- It has been six months since Wilbur L. Ross resumed steel production at ISG Cleveland, formerly the Cleveland Works of LTV Steel. Ross, who specializes in buying distressed businesses, says he expects to turn a profit this year with a leaner operation.
Oberlin -- A wild turkey that has been a nuisance to the citizens of Oberlin is eluding a trapper and a wildlife officer that want to capture it. The 15-pound bird has flown after schoolchildren, trapped people in cars, left its droppings on porches and chased pets.
Cleveland -- Wednesday won't be an average day for saleswoman Adrienne Bundy of Indianapolis. Instead, the 28-year-old Bundy will stand in Cleveland Hopkins International Airport with a sign saying, "I am appearing here because I refused to comply with airport security." Bundy refused to be searched at the airport in July.
Canton -- A woman has been convicted of setting her Jackson Township apartment on fire and faking her own kidnapping in July. A Stark County Common Pleas Court jury found Teri Spees guilty of aggravated arson for starting a fire that damaged her apartment complex.