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  • BW lacrosse teams welcomes new 6-year-old team member

    BEREA, Ohio – The Baldwin Wallace men’s lacrosse team has a brand new – very special – team member. 6-year-old Grayson Oglesbee of Marblehead signed his official letter of intent to become a member of the Yellow Jackets on Monday. His new sports gig is courtesy of BW University and “Team Impact,” a non-profit organization who work to improve the lives of children facing serious illnesses. Grayson has Williams Syndrome, a developmental disorder, but he loves being part of the […]

  • Cleveland police make massive marijuana bust

    CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Division of Police was at the scene of a massive marijuana grow operation on the city’s east side. It happened Friday afternoon on Meech Avenue near East 93rd Street. Police found between 250 and 300 live marijuana plants and a bunch of dried marijuana as well. Police have yet to put a dollar amount on the amount seized. Police arrested one suspect, but a name is not being released at this time. Commander Brandon Kutz with Cleveland […]

  • Metroparks want everyone in CLE to ‘Get Active’

    CLEVELAND – Cleveland Metroparks, in conjunction with The Cleveland Clinic, is launching a new wellness campaign called “Explore Your Park.” The idea behind the campaign is to improve the health of the community by getting everyone to be more active as well as bringing awareness to all of the free recreation and education programs the Metroparks has to offer. The initiative also includes the launch of a new webpage to feature wellness tips and to encourage people to share their […]

  • Hyperloop from Cleveland to Chicago: Virtual reality experience

    CLEVELAND– You’ve heard about the Hyperloop going from Cleveland to Chicago in just 28 minutes. This weekend, you can experience it in virtual reality. The ‘Hyperloop Experience’ is open this weekend in Tower City’s Grand Concourse. It will help you get a sense of what it feels like to travel by Hyperloop. Video will also be displayed to help educate you on how it can change the way people travel. The feasibility study for the Hyperloop is expected to get […]

  • Rocky River police respond to incidents involving wild turkeys

    ROCKY RIVER, Ohio — Some recent incidents involving wild turkeys in Rocky River have created quite a stir. Police say back on March 20th there were two separate incidents involving wild turkeys. The first incident happened around 7:30 a.m. when a turkey was in the middle of Lake Road. Police say the caller reported the bird was “creating havoc.” Police say the turkey was moved off the roadway and no one was hurt. The second incident happened later that morning […]

  • St. Augustine in need of volunteer drivers for Easter meal program

    CLEVELAND — The St. Augustine Church and Hunger Center is in need of some help for this upcoming holiday weekend. St. Augustine will be providing full Easter meals with all the trimmings, and is looking for volunteers to help deliver the meals to the homebound. The director of the hunger center, Sister Corita Ambro, says it’s important to make sure everyone is included, even if they can’t make it out to one of the locations for the meal. “We’re expecting […]

  • March for Our Lives events planned in Cleveland, across the country Saturday

    CLEVELAND – The March for Our Lives movement is happening right here in Cleveland, and in cities across the country on Saturday. Students will be protesting gun violence and pushing for effective legislation on the issue. In Cleveland, the event is being held in Public Square starting at 11 a.m. There will be several speakers first. They include student organizers, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and the mother of a survivor from the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in […]

  • FOX 8’s Peggy Gallek honored with community service award

    The Fifth Annual Salute to Women in Public Safety Awards took place at Cleveland City Hall on Thursday. One of our own was honored: FOX 8’s Peggy Gallek received a community service award for the story she did with photojournalist Darsi Ayres on 4-year-old Eliazar Ruiz.  The boy’s remains were found behind a home on Longmead Ave. last summer. The boy’s mother saw the story on FOX 8 while she was in jail and told authorities she thought that was […]

  • Watch exciting moment for CWRU medical students on match day

    CLEVELAND — An exciting day for medical students at Case Western Reserve University. Friday, they found out which hospitals have accepted them as resident physicians for the next 3 to 7 years. This year’s class at Case had almost a 100 % match rate, with several students getting their first choice. The big moment was at noon when  students could go up to the tables and grab their envelope to see where they had been matched in many fields ranging […]

  • Big honor for our own Wayne Dawson

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — A big honor Friday night for our own Wayne Dawson. He was honored by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference as its Media Personality of the Year. That’s an organization founded by Martin Luther King Jr. It was part of a kickoff celebration for Dr. King’s 89th birthday. The Rev. Jesse Jackson was also part of the celebration at The Greater Abyssinia Baptist Church in Cleveland.

  • Man gets ticket for putting Christmas lights on car

    BEAUFORT, South Carolina —  A man in South Carolina made his way onto the naughty list after he put Christmas lights on his car. Brandon Wooden has been decorating his vehicle in lights for the past five years.  He strings them up and tapes them all over his vehicle. But, this season, he received a ticket for “improper lighting of a vehicle,” according to WJCL. Beaufort police said it’s a safety hazard and against the law. Lowcountry man in trouble with law enforcement […]

  • Tallmadge police: Burglary suspect bites, punches officer after attempted break-in

    TALLMADGE, Ohio — Police arrested a burglary suspect who tried to break into a Tallmadge home Wednesday morning. Officers responded to a home on Maryann just after 6 a.m. An officer then spotted the man, identified as 30-year-old Cody Clark of Wooster, who fled on foot. Once the officer caught up to Clark, a struggle began, and according to police, the officer was bitten and punched while the suspect was trying to take his taser. Police then arrested Clark and […]