To no surprise, the Cleveland Cavaliers winning of the 2015-16 NBA Championship is WFNY’s top story of 2016. Re-live Game 7 with this excellent rewind.
Getting there despite injuries and gambles, the Cleveland Indians’ run to the World Series is WFNY’s No. 2 story of 2016.
It feels like forever ago, but the Cleveland Cavaliers’ firing of David Blatt ranks as WFNY’s No. 3 story of 2016.
Of all the sports stories in 2016 involving the Cleveland Browns, none was more important than the hiring of Hue Jackson.
WFNY continues to count down the top 10 moments of 2016. The No. 5 story is about a specific afternoon in the middle of June.
The Cleveland Indians acquiring Andrew Miller in July not only changed the way the team played, but also the perception of the team by fans and media alike. It’s WFNY’s No. 6 story of 2016.
WFNY’s Top 10 of 2016 rolls along as we take a look at the party that started in the summer and carried well into the fall.
The Josh Gordon saga feels like it was so long ago, and we have Terrelle Pryor to thank. WFNY’s latest in their Best of 2016 series discusses the quarterback-turned-receiver.
Last season brought us Francisco Lindor while this one marked the arrival of his partner on the left side of the infield. Here’s WFNY’s No. 9 story for 2016.
Ohio State’s march back to the College Football Playoff was like a movie script. The question will be: How does it end?
The Ohio State Buckeyes sent a slew of players to the NFL this past summer yet somehow find themselves in contention for another championship. Here’s a look at all of the winning going on in Columbus.
Stipe Miocic had an incredible 2016. The UFC heavyweight belt was won in Brazil, defended in Cleveland, and he got married. Miocic describes the year that was.
WFNY kicks off their Best of 2016 series with a look at one of the bigger national stories to be published on these pages: The firing of long-time USMNT head coach, Jurgen Klinsmann.