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    Oysters? Shuck Yeah, Cleveland!

    It's an event that celebrates oysters, drinks, music and fun.

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    New math app is dream for students, nightmare for teachers

    It’s a new app that makes calculators seem downright archaic. PhotoMath is an app that lets you scan a math problem with your phone and get the answer within seconds. The app will even show you the steps to get the answer. According to engadget, the app is free for iOS and Windows phones. It’s coming to Android sometime next year. You can expect math teachers to start collecting cell phones at the door. What do you think of the […]

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    In bad taste? Ebola toys sell out amid outbreak

    A Connecticut based toy maker is benefiting from the Ebola headlines. Giantmicrobes has sold out of its plush Ebola toys. The company sells three Ebola products — two plush toys and an Ebola petri dish. Both plush toys are sold out. As of Wednesday morning, the Ebola petri dish was available to order. The company sells an entire line of microscopic organism plush dolls. They’ve been in business since 2002 — long before the Ebola outbreak.

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    Wild win: ‘Price is Right’ contestant goes viral after big spins

    He won big on the "Price is Right," and he became an internet sensation in the process.

  • One last weekend for ‘Boo at the Zoo’

    It’s a little bit of spook with a whole lot of fun. There are four nights left of Boo at the Zoo. It runs this Thursday through Sunday. The event is designed for the entire family. Gates for Boo at the Zoo open at 5:30 p.m. The event begins at 6 p.m. For more information on Boo at the Zoo, click here.

  • Bigger will be better for local candy company

    It’s a candy connoisseur’s dream.

  • A home away from home for families facing medical crises

    The Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland has provided a home away from home for thousands of families with children facing medical issues. By allowing families to stay together, children often heal faster and cope better. Click on these links for information on volunteering, donating money or supplies. For more information on the Ronald McDonald House, click here.    

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    Road reopens following fatal crash in Shaker Heights

    SHAKER HEIGHTS — Police in Shaker Heights are investigating a fatal crash. According to a police dispatcher, a call about the crash came in around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday. The crash, which involved two vehicles, happened at the intersection of Shaker Blvd. and Warrensville Center Rd. Police said one person was killed in the crash. The victim’s identity had not been released. Police said the crash is under investigation. Warrensville Center Rd. was closed for several hours. It reopened around 9 a.m. […]

  • ‘Running the Bridges’ gives runners sights to see

    It's a way to stay in shape and see the city at the same time.

  • Fox 8 Recipe Box: Pumpkin bread & muffins

    Delicious pumpkin recipes from Lee Ann Miller.

  • Get ready for an Italian feast at ‘Luca’

    Craving Italian food? You might want to check out Luca Italian Cuisine.

  • Euclid High School marches into week 7 of FNTD

    It’s week seven of Friday Night Touchdown and the Euclid High School Marching Band is ready to go. The Panthers joined Kenny Crumpton outside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum on Friday morning. The band, which features about 90 members, is under the direction of Diane Tizzano. Don’t miss Friday Night Touchdown each Friday at 11 p.m. on Fox 8 News. CLICK HERE for more Friday Night Touchdown coverage.