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  • Westerville on fallen officers: ‘Our hearts are broken’

    WESTERVILLE, Ohio — The central Ohio city where two officers were shot and killed in the line of duty on Saturday is thanking the community for “the outpouring of love and support” it has received. In a Facebook post Sunday evening, the city of Westerville wrote “We are profoundly grateful for the outpouring of love and support for our #Westerville Division of Police officers, communications and support staff.” The post included a picture of a Westerville police cruiser covered with […]

  • Watch: Mom walks out after son makes college decision

    Jacob Copeland's mother — in an Alabama sweater and Tennessee hat — just got up and left after he announced he was going to Florida pic.twitter.com/tOZHnZeamv — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) February 7, 2018 PENSACOLA, Florida — Jacob Copeland’s mother didn’t seem all that thrilled with his college decision. Copeland, a wide receiver from Pensacola, Florida, was surrounded on national signing day Wednesday by several people, most of whom were either wearing Alabama gear or Tennessee gear. Seated to his right was his […]

  • Report: Best Buy to stop selling CDs

    If you still buy music on CD, your might soon have trouble finding it. According to Billboard, Best Buy will stop selling CDs on July 1st. CD sales fell by more than 18% in the past year. Billboard reported that Best Buy was once the leading music merchandiser in the U.S. buy now sells only about $40 million in CDs per year. Best Buy will keep a commitment to vendors and continue to carry vinyl for the next two years, […]

  • Doritos comes under fire for comments about chips for women

    The company behind Doritos is backtracking on comments made by it’s CEO about “low-crunch” chips being developed for women. PepsiCo, the company that owns Doritos, insists they are not developing “Lady Doritos.” The company took to social media to shoot down the reports. “We already have Doritos for women — they’re called Doritos, and they’re loved by millions,” the company tweeted. We already have Doritos for women — they’re called Doritos, and they’re loved by millions. — Doritos (@Doritos) February […]

  • Cooking craze: Instant Pot

    If you haven't heard of the Instant Pot yet, you soon will.

  • Jeopardy trolls the Browns in a brilliant tweet

    If you watch Jeopardy on a regular basis, you know that they find contestants with knowledge on diverse categories. That wasn’t the case on Thursday when contestants couldn’t come up with a single question for the “football” answers. And the show had an epic, yet truthful, troll for the Cleveland Browns. Fun fact: Our contestants answered as many clues in this category as the @Browns had wins this season. pic.twitter.com/KMaR8otIHe — Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) February 2, 2018 “Fun fact: Our contestants […]

  • Mother escapes fire as 2 children, husband, nephew remain unaccounted for

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Four people remain unaccounted for Tuesday after fire destroyed a house on Hillview Rd., the Cleveland Division of Fire reported. At just before noon, Mike Norman, Cleveland Division of Fire spokesperson, said they were forming a tactical demolition and taking the house apart. ​​ 4 unaccounted-for in house fire on Hillview Rd in Cle. 2 Children & 2 adults missing. 1 adult female jumped from roof. Transported to Cle Clinic. A crime scene has been taped off […]

  • Couple contracts hookworms during beach vacation

    **WARNING: The pictures in this story are graphic**

  • Police looking for robbers who took ATM in smash-and-grab

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland police are looking for the robbers who took an ATM during an early morning smash-and-grab. It happened around 2 a.m. at the 7-Eleven on Rocky River Dr. near Puritas Ave. Police said the robbers smashed into the building, took the ATM, and drove off. They didn’t get very far. The van they used for their getaway vehicle went up on a curb and crashed into a pole on Clark Ave. in Tremont. That’s about 8 miles from […]

  • Logan Paul resurfaces on YouTube with powerful anti-suicide video

    NEW YORK — YouTube star Logan Paul has returned to YouTube with a 7-minute suicide prevention video he hopes will “make a difference in the world.” The Westlake native was suspended by YouTube after posting video of him in a forest in Japan near what seemed to be a body hanging from a tree. The location is known in Japan as a frequent site for suicides. He returned to the video sharing platform Wednesday with a new video in which […]

  • Fallen officer remembered one year after he was killed in line of duty

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — It was exactly one year ago that Cleveland Division of Police officer David Fahey was killed in the line of duty. Fahey, 39, was responding to a crash on Interstate 90 in Cleveland on Jan. 24, 2017. He was directing traffic when he was hit by a car and died of his injuries. The driver, Israel Alvarez, was arrested and charged with aggravated vehicular homicide, DUI, failing to stop after an accident, and drug possession. Police say […]

  • Update: Akron police locate man missing since Sunday

    UPDATE: Police say the man has been located.  AKRON, Ohio — The Akron Police Department has issued a statewide Endangered Missing Adult Alert for a man who hasn’t been seen since Sunday. In a news release issued by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, police said Stephen Demlow, 70, left his house on Morrison Street in Akron around 7 p.m. Sunday and has not returned. Police believe he left in his gray 2008 Kia Rio with Ohio license number RIOCOOL. Demlow […]