WFNY continues the fan interview series by going in the wayback machine to the 1986 Cleveland Indians.
LeBron James posed the question, WFNY does their best to respond with their respective choices.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. missed the entire second half of the 2016 racing season due to a severe concussion. He returns to the track this Sunday and took some time to chat with WFNY about the road to recovery.
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.
Long since retired to 13 year Army veteran status, Barry Naum made his way to Baltimore for his first Army versus Navy experience. The trip proved worth the travel.
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.
To little surprise following last week’s awards, a host of Ohio State Buckeyes were named All-Big Ten by the Associated Press.
Pondering the all of the possibilities of Championship Weekend as the Selection Committee is left to determine the CFP Top 4.
Football, Turkey, and WFNY’s Thanksgiving Day post: Here’s what we’re thankful for this year.
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The Cleveland Cavaliers played the Detroit Pistons for the first time since eliminating them from the NBA Playoffs a season ago. They dominated.
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Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more; Or close the wall up with our English dead. In peace there’s nothing so becomes a man As modest stillness and humility: -Shakespeare((A man once attributed with the following quote “I would not have had to have written so many tragedies if baseball existed in my
Cleveland is the center of the sports world and we want WFNY readers to be able to celebrate with these awesome prints.
WFNY is looking to its audience to help take it to the next level. Here’s what we want to do and why.
Andrew Miller is getting a lot of the love, but Cody Allen has been just as dominant over the second half of this season.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor catches his first touchdown pass and busts out LeBron James’ “silencer” as a celebration.
The takes get rather sizzling when WFNY’s Dan Harrington interviews PFTCommenter.
The first induction class of the 2000-present NFL Hall of Busts including a potential BOAT (Bust of All-Time) Johnny Manziel of the Cleveland Browns.