Among the things Cleveland is known nationally for, the Cuyahoga River fire is among the most prominent. Xtinguish Celebration looks to turn the conversation positive as they celebrate 50 years of cleaner waters.
It’s kind of an off-season thanks to the Cavaliers, so we talk about some television.
The feelings about Kyrie Irving will always be conflicted. Has he grown up enough for Cleveland to forgive him?
A list of Andrew Schnitkey’s favorite albums of 2018.
New dad Joe Gerberry talk about fatherhood and his fandom in today’s While We’re Waiting, plus a rant!
With the news that Freddie Kitchens is set to become the ninth head coach of the Cleveland Browns since they returned, WFNY’s Jacob Rosen takes a look back at all of the past hires and the thought process going into those decisions.
The Week 17 matchup between Lamar Jackson’s Ravens and Baker Mayfield’s Browns had most of the positive and negative on-field traits from each quarterback encapsulated within the game.
The Cleveland Browns monster has been unleashed by the 2018 team.
Have you ever wanted to know what a buddy cop drama featuring Baker Mayfield and Myles Garrett would be like?
If you need something to binge over the holidays, make it this soccer docu-series. It’s a must-watch for Browns fans and has all the entertainment value of Hard Knocks.
WFNY wishes you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.
You might think you want an Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle, but you’d shoot your eye out, kid. So, here is what you should be hoping to see under the Cleveland sports Christmas tree.
We knew that the post-LeBron Cavs would be worse, but are they better than our initial thoughts?
How John Dorsey handles the head coaching situation with the Cleveland Browns will set the groundwork for the future direction of the team.
With the Cleveland Browns 2018 season winding down despite the slimmest of playoff hopes, Jake Burns takes a look at who is worthy of getting a spot on the 2019 roster.
On paper it would be easy to argue the Indians got worse by trading Edwin Encarnacion. In the game of baseball, it’s not so easy to make that conclusion.
With the controversial induction of Harold Baines to the Hall of Fame, WFNY’s Jacob Rosen pleads with “Today’s Game Era Committee” to give Kenny Lofton another shot at Cooperstown.
The 2019 Cleveland Indians have a current expected starting outfield of Jason Kipnis, Leonys Martin, and Greg Allen. Each a lottery ticket in terms of their potential output.
When you have trouble finding the time to contribute, you utilize otherwise unused time.
The market for buying tickets for sports and other live events is dysfunctional, miserable, and unjust to fans everywhere. What exactly is wrong with it, and can anything be done to fix it?