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  • New program allows parents to bring babies to work

    SEATTLE, Washington — The Washington State Department of Transportation is now allowing new parents to return to work with their babies, KOMO reported. The “Infant at Work” program allows some workers to bring their babies to work starting at six weeks old until the infant turns 6-months-old. “I bring her once a week. I work four tens, so I have her 10 hours,” WSDOT transportation engineer Tim Weise told KOMO. “She stays asleep for a while, when she wakes up […]

  • Several local police departments investigate shooting and crash

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Police from several local departments were investigating a shooting and crash that ended in Cleveland Heights. It happened just before 2:30 a.m. at the intersection of Mayfield Rd. and Glenmont Rd. The intersection was closed while the incident was investigated, South Euclid police said. They would not release any other information. Accident Mayfield at Glenmont — Patty Harken (@HarkenPatty) March 19, 2018 A Fox 8 News crew shot video of police marking several shell casings in […]

  • Traffic Alert: I-77 reopens after crews remove cab from overturned semi; trailer to remain until after rush hour

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — All lanes of I-77 northbound reopened just before 7 a.m. Friday after a tractor trailer overturned. The rollover happened just before 3 a.m. Friday along I-77 northbound on the ramp  to I-90 eastbound near the E. 9th St. exit. The northbound lanes of the highway were closed around 5 a.m. for crews to remove the cab. The trailer will not be uprighted and moved until after the morning rush hour, ODOT said. The driver of the semi […]

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  • Police search for suspect in double shooting

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland police are trying to find the shooter who sent two people to the hospital. Police were called to a home near Kirton Ave. and Giles Rd. around 2:35 a.m. Wednesday. When they arrived, they found two people with gunshot wounds. Both victims were taken to MetroHealth Medical Center. Their names and conditions were not immediately known. Police said they had information on a suspect and were trying to locate the shooter. Stay with Fox 8 News […]

  • Lawmaker wants to fine parents of school bullies up to $500

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania — A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to fine parents and require them to perform community service if their children get caught bullying others at school. State Rep. Frank Burns’ proposed bill gives parents three strikes. The first time a child is caught bullying someone, the school would be required to notify the parents of how the school handled the situation. For the second offense, the parents would have to take a bullying class and attend a bullying resolution conference. The […]

  • Lynda Carter recounts alleged harassment on ‘Wonder Woman’ TV show set

    Actress Lynda Carter is sharing her #MeToo stories for the first time. The legendary Hollywood figure, best known for her role in the “Wonder Woman” TV series, recounted two instances of sexual harassment to The Daily Beast in a new interview. She insinuated that one of the men who had sexually harassed her had already been named in the wave of the #MeToo movement, saying he had victimized “a lot of people.” She declined to identify him or detail the incident. “He’s […]

  • I-90 reopens after crews clear jackknifed semi

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Slick roads caused by an early morning snow system caused a semi to jackknife on I-90 on Cleveland’s east side. A portion of the highway was closed for a couple of hours early Thursday, but reopened before the morning rush hour. We’ve got good news! The wrecker worked really quick! The tractor trailer has been uprighted and all lanes on I-90 west at E 72nd St are now OPEN!! — ODOT Cleveland (@ODOT_Cleveland) March 8, 2018 It […]

  • Students treated after ‘pepper-spray incident’ at school

    MANSFIELD, Ohio — Several students had to be treated after someone sprayed pepper spray in a hallway at Mansfield Senior High School, the Mansfield City Schools reported. The incident happened Wednesday just after noon. About a dozen students were treated at the school’s health center, the district reported. No students were transported from the school. A “soft lockdown” was implemented which required students to remain where they were. It was lifted after about an hour and the school day continued […]

  • NFL player wants LeBron James to join the league and become ‘best athlete EVER’

    PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania — LeBron James to Pittsburgh? No, the Steel City isn’t getting an NBA expansion franchise. John Sherman “JuJu” Smith-Schuster, a wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, wants James to play football for the “black and gold.” In a post on Twitter Tuesday, Smith-Schuster wrote, “Announcing my official campaign to recruit @KingJames to the Pittsburgh Steelers for the 2018 season.” “LeBron has done everyting in the NBA,” Smith-Schuster wrote. “He can be the best athlete EVER if he makes […]

  • Survey: Nearly a quarter of millennials say parents provide financial help

    Just because your adult children have jobs and moved out, doesn’t mean they are financially independent. A new survey by found that nearly a quarter of millennials who work full-time say their parents pay at least one of their bills. 80-percent of those who received financial help from mom and dad don’t live at home. Here are the most common bills millennials are getting parental assistance with: Cell phone 53% Car Insurance 31% Car Payment 30% Utilities 30% Rent/Mortgage […]

  • 6-month-old baby among 8 people taken to hospital after Lakewood apartment building fire

    LAKEWOOD, Ohio — Eight people were taken to area hospitals after a fire at an apartment building in Lakewood. The fire broke out just before 3 a.m. Monday at an apartment building on Arliss Drive. According to the Lakewood Fire Department, four people were rescued via windows and four via stairwells. Among those taken to the hospital were a 32-year-old male, a 19-year-old female, a 3-year-old boy and a 6-month-old boy. Seven of the eight were treated and released, authorities […]