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  1. Cleveland.com reviewed Johnson's monthly expense reports from January 2016 through August 2018. During that time, Johnson sought the maximum reimbursement each month and received a total of $38,400.
  2. In a shocking opening to Monday Night Raw, Roman Reigns reveals he has cancer and vacated his WWE Universal Championship.
  3. The improvements will expand the Ground Transportation Center to allow more commercial vehicles to use it to pick up and drop off passengers. Canopies will be constructed to allow the vehicles to be under cover and provide travelers shelter from the weather.
  4. State Rep. Tavia Galonski, a Democrat from Akron, wants City Council's support for her push to extend a law offering additional paths to graduation for Ohio's high school students.
  5. An 18-year-old man and a teenager are accused of robbing a 74-year-old woman at gunpoint in Cleveland.
  6. Judge David Matia has used the time usually reserved for a judge to welcome the hundreds of potential jurors to their mandatory civic duty to instead deliver a spiel in which Matia explicitly urged them to vote against Issue 1.
  7. Likely thanks in large part to attention from President Donald Trump, immigration has emerged as a top-searched political issue in Ohio, according to data compiled by Google in a partnership with cleveland.com.
  8. The federal government can play a role in addressing physician burnout, through a combination of regulatory reforms and other approaches, said Eric Hargan, deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
  9. Here's a final rundown of local issues that will appear on Strongsville, North Royalton and Broadview Heights ballots Nov. 6.
  10. Jimmy Dimora is not getting out of prison anytime soon, as a federal judge on Monday struck down his attempt to overturn more than two-dozen corruption convictions.
  11. Pre-existing conditions have made their way to the downballot races.
  12. A Cleveland man is accused of selling drugs to a Greek billionaire's son, who was found dead in July in a downtown Cleveland hotel.
  13. Euclid Law Director Kelley Sweeney confirmed the arbitrator's ruling and said officials were working on a news release Monday afternoon in an email to a cleveland.com reporter.
  14. Casey Weinstein, the Democratic nominee for House District 37, said he "condemns" a Ohio House Democratic Caucus digital ad against his Republican rival, Mike Rasor.
  15. Rain showers could pop up again on Tuesday afternoon across parts of Northeast Ohio.
  16. A 41-year-old man was carjacked at gunpoint outside a motel.
  17. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. is commemorating the centennial anniversary of the Akron Wingfoots basketball team by bringing back the team's inaugural jersey from 1918 for its Wingfoots100 sweepstakes.
  18. Ginger Baker's son Kofi, Jack Bruce's son Malcolm and Eric Clapton's nephew by marriage Will Johns are bringing "The Music of Cream: 50th Anniversary Tour'' to Playhouse Square on Thursday, Nov. 1.
  19. A 20-year-old man was found dead and three others were shot in a car at 8:40 p.m. in the 700 block of Merton Avenue, Akron police said.
  20. Summit County seniors and disabled residents now have access to a comprehensive website, GettingWiser.org, with information to empower them to make better choices.