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  • Angry delivery: Mail carrier caught on camera swearing and throwing package

    LITTLETON, Massachusetts — When a Massachusetts family installed a video surveillance system following a robbery, they expected the cameras would catch a thief — not a cranky mail carrier. But that’s exactly what Darcey Caffarella saw when she reviewed some recent footage. Caffarella lives in Littleton, Mass., and told the NBC affiliate in Boston that the camera caught their mail carrier swearing and throwing a package on their deck. “I was just flabbergasted. I had no idea where all this […]

  • Ohio father charged with leaving 6-year-old daughter in van while gambling

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Missouri — An Ohio man has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child, after leaving his daughter in a van in a parking garage at a Missouri casino Sunday, KTVI reported. Police said Charles A. Carter, Jr., 46, of Toledo, went into the Maryland Heights casino to gamble just before 11 p.m. on Father’s Day. An employee later discovered his 6-year-old walking alone and crying on the 6th floor of the parking garage. According to court […]

  • LeBron James on GM leaving Cavs: ‘If no one appreciated you Griff I did’

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — LeBron James is reacting to the Cavaliers’ decision not to extend the contract of general manager David Griffin. James sent a tweet late Monday night. It said, “If no one appreciated you Griff I did, and hopefully all the people of Cleveland.” “Thanks for what u did for the team for 3 yrs!” the tweet said. “We got us 1 (trophy emoji).” If no one appreciated you Griff I did, and hopefully all the people of Cleveland! […]

  • Dog found hiding in burning home survives after treatment by EMS

    BERLIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — When a Berlin Township home went up in flames early Tuesday morning, everybody inside got out safely — including the family’s two dogs. But for some reason, one of the dogs went back inside the Mason Road home while it was burning. The Berlin Township Fire Department responded to the fire around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday. Mutual aid from Milan and Huron also responded to help. Firefighters found the dog hidden upstairs about 30 minutes after arriving […]

  • Pool likely to close following fire at pump building

      BEREA, Ohio — People living in Berea’s Longbrooke neighborhood might have to find a new place to swim for a while. Fire destroyed the pump building at the neighborhood pool. Firefighters from the Berea Fire Department responded to the Longbrooke Neighborhood Pool around 3 a.m. Tuesday. They said they got the fire under control in about 10 minutes, but the building that houses the pumps for the pool is a total loss. A captain with the fire department said […]

  • Group looks to ban sale of cell phones for kids under 13

    DENVER, Colorado — There is a grassroots efforts underway in Colorado to stop the sale of cell phones for use by children under the age of 13. According to KDVR, Parents Against Underage Smartphones is collecting signatures to get the initiative on the 2018 ballot. “The ban would require cellphone retailers to ask customers about the age of the primary user of a smartphone and submit monthly reports to the Colorado Department of Revenue on adhering to the requirement,” the […]

  • Police speak on double murder, attempted suicide involving family featured in reality TV show

      BEACH CITY, Ohio — The Stark County family at the center of a murder investigation was featured in a reality show nine years ago that showed they lived a religiously conservative lifestyle. Investigators with the Stark County Sheriff’s Office believe that Jacob Stockdale, 25, killed his mother, Kathryn Stockdale, 54, and younger brother, James Stockdale, 21, inside their Beach City home on Thursday. Deputies received a 911 hangup call from someone at the Dolphin Street home. Investigators said Jacob […]

  • ‘All clear’ given following chemical leak in Akron

    AKRON, Ohio — A hazmat crew from the Akron Fire Department gave the “all clear” following a chemical leak early Friday morning. It happened around 2 a.m. Friday at Emerald Performance Materials on W. Emerling Avenue. It was initially reported as a natural gas leak, but crews determined it was a chemical leak. According to the Akron Fire Department, it involved a reaction between acrylic nitrile and butudiene. According to it’s website, Emerald Performance Materials “produces and markets technologically advanced […]

  • Adele offers comfort and support at scene of London high-rise tragedy

    LONDON — Superstar singer Adele showed up at the scene of the fatal high-rise fire in London Wednesday night. So far, 17 people have been confirmed dead in the fire, dozens of others were injured. Adele kept a low profile. She was shown in social media posts by only a handful of fans. The singer, who was with husband Simon Konecki, could be seen wiping away tears as she comforted fans at the scene. Many fans applauded her decision to […]

  • Police ask for tips after 4 shot in Canton

    CANTON, Ohio — Police in Canton are trying to figure out who fired the shots that sent four people to the hospital. Police were called to the intersection of 14th St. NE and Gibbs Ave. NE just before 10 p.m. Wednesday for reports of shots fired. When they arrived, they learned that four people had been shot, police said in a news release. All four victims had been driven to the hospital by private vehicle to be treated for injuries […]

  • Standoff with suspect in North Royalton murders comes to an end

    BRUNSWICK, Ohio — Brunswick Police took a man into custody early Tuesday morning following a standoff on Valley Forge Drive that began Monday night. Brunswick Police confirmed George Brinkman, 45, was the man taken into custody just before 5:30 a.m. Police suspect him in the murders of a mother and two daughters in North Royalton. Suzanne Taylor, 45, and her two adult daughters, 21-year-old Taylor Pifer and 18-year-old Kylie Pifer, were found inside their home Sunday evening. Male in custody on […]

  • ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ filming suspended

    NEW YORK — Production of ABC’s “Bachelor in Paradise” has been suspended after allegations of misconduct, according to a spokesperson for the show. Warner Bros., the production company behind the series, released a statement to CNNMoney on Monday. “We have become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ in Mexico. We have suspended production and we are conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations. Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action,” […]