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  • Police: three shootings on Cleveland’s east side possibly related

    CLEVELAND – Cleveland police are investigating a trio of afternoon shootings on the east side of the city. One victim was a juvenile who was struck at East 79th and Woodland Avenue. He was taken to Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. Two adults were taken to hospitals from the area of East 89th and Woodland. None of their conditions has been reported yet. The shootings occurred at around 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Fox 8 has a crew on the scene and […]

  • ‘I’ll have the frosted donut, please,’ says Tallmadge K9 officer

    TALLMADGE, Ohio – Sure, sure, we all hear the jokes about how much police officers love their donuts. But do ALL police officers love donuts? Here is the answer: Axel, the Tallmadge Police Department’s K9 officer, has shown us definitively that yes, police doggies love their donuts too. Judging by the picture it looks as if his preferred variety might be the frosted with sprinkles. (Hmm…we kinda thought he might go for the “filet mignon” variety.) But either way, good choice, […]

  • Key Center outdoor renovation plans presented to city

    CLEVELAND – The new owners of Key Center, The Millennia Companies, have submitted their plans for a renovation of the Key Tower’s lobby, plaza and the hotel. In a presentation to the Cleveland Landmarks Commission, Millennia stated that the renovations would hopefully begin with the outdoor plaza of the complex. The plan is to add much more greenery to the area, walking paths and an outdoor pavilion. The outdoor renovations are estimated to cost $1 million, and are part of the overall $24 million […]

  • Mother of child found wandering the streets comes forward

    CLEVELAND – The mother of a little girl found wandering the streets of Cleveland on Sunday has come forward. But for now, the little girl will remain in custody of social workers. The girl was found in the area of East 78th Street and St. Clair Avenue. The Cuyahoga County Children and Family Services shared pictures of the girl in hopes of identifying her or her family. Cuyahoga County spokesperson Mary Louise Madigan told the Fox 8 ITeam that the […]

  • ‘Holy smokes’ April’s baby is really moving around in there!

    HARPURSVILLE, NY – We’re guessing that it must take a lot to actually impress the veteran giraffe keepers at Animal Adventure Park. But that’s just what April’s baby did this Sunday evening when keepers could actually see him or her pushing out of April’s side. Their response to the active little one: Holy smokes! But….April is still not in labor. Holy smokes! So we wait!

  • Ohio State trooper involved in multi-car accident on I-90 in Cleveland

    CLEVELAND – An Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper was involved in a multi-car accident in Cleveland Wednesday evening. The trooper was not injured. The accident, at I-90 eastbound near East 22nd Street, ended up with one car winding up on top of another. It has also caused a major back up on the highway. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, it happened at just before 9:30 p.m. A state trooper initiated a traffic stop on a 2008 Toyota Highlander where the driver […]

  • Vet says look for April’s baby to move into position for the big day

      HARPURSVILLE, NY – April and her friends at the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, NY are slowly digging out from 2-3 feet of snow. According to the park, April’s vet has said that we should all begin to watch for the baby to shift in position and for April to start carrying the calf from low to back. That means that the little gal or guy is moving into place for birth. Tomorrow’s agenda includes a stall cleaning, which […]

  • Kent State men’s basketball arrives in California for NCAA tourney

    video courtesy of Kent State University SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Kent State University men’s basketball team arrived in Sacramento, California Wednesday as they get ready for round one of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The #14 seed Golden Flashes will take on #3 seed UCLA on Friday, March 17 at 10 p.m.  This is the Golden Flashes’ sixth time at “the dance.” The last time they were in the tournament was 2008. They were greeted at their hotel with blue and […]

  • Photos show massive fire damage inside Willoughby-Eastlake Board of Education building

    WILLOUGHBY, Ohio – New photos show the extent of the damage inside the Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools board of education building. The fire at the facility on Ridge Road in Willoughby was reported at about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday. Officials are listing the cause as undetermined – which will allow them to reopen their investigation at a later time. Right now, the damage is so great that it is not safe to go inside the structure, and much evidence as to what might […]

  • Roads getting worse as lake effect snow moves into NE Ohio

    CLEVELAND – As the March snowstorm continued into its second day in northeast Ohio, lake effect snow became more and more of an issue. At around 10:30 on Tuesday evening, I90 at Dead Man’s Curve was closed due to an accident. I90 further east, toward Euclid and Route 2, was also experiencing hazardous road conditions. Winter storm warnings and advisories are in place through Wednesday evening. You can click here for the latest weather warnings.  Click here for the all […]

  • Tuesday March 14, April’s baby is ‘very active this evening’

    HARPURSVILLE, NY – April and her friends have spent the day getting snowed on, thanks to the March snowstorm that is blanketing the east coast. Luckily, all is warm and cozy in her pen. Staff reports tonight that the baby is very active Tuesday night and that all of April’s physical signs point to the end of the pregnancy! Her keepers are staying the night at Animal Adventure Park, and there are plans in place to get all the necessary humans […]

  • Snowy footprints lead police to smash and grab suspects

    CLEVELAND – Mother Nature got the assist in the arrest of two men suspected of an ATM smash and grab attempt at a CVS Pharmacy in Cleveland. Just before 4 a.m. Tuesday, Cleveland police officer Scott Sistek was called to the pharmacy in the 4200 block of Pearl Road. He found a running, empty U-Haul van that had been driven through the wall of the store. He also found a set of footprints in the newly fallen snow. Sistek followed […]