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  • Remains of dog found after Kent State Police, BCI called to investigate wooded area

    ​ KENT, Ohio — Kent State Police and BCI investigated a wooded area Friday after a report of suspicious activity was called in. They were investigating near Allerton Street, south of the rec center. Authorities found the remains of a dog, which were most likely placed in the area in the past 24 hours. “Thankfully, there was no criminal activity,” said Eric Mansfield, executive director of media relations at Kent State University. Police and BCI were sent to the scene […]

  • Suspect found guilty of killing college professor, 15-year-old boy in drive-by shooting

    CLEVELAND– One of the suspects accused of killing a local college professor and a 15-year-old boy has been found guilty. Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Michael O’Malley announced on Friday that a jury found Charles Walker guilty of all charges for the drive-by shooting of the two victims. The prosecutor’s office says, on March 25, 2017, at about 1:25 p.m., three defendants — Terrell Gray, Kassius Williams, and Charles Walker– were driving westbound on Woodland Avenue. They were at a convenient store at […]

  • 93-year-old takes late wife’s photo with him to restaurant so he can still have lunch dates with her

      GLENNVILLE, Ga.– True love does exist. Just look at Clarence Purvis and you’ll know it’s true. Clarence, 93, was with the love of his life, Carolyn, for more than six decades. They had three children together.  She passed away four years ago. But, her memory still lives on every single day. “Ain’t nobody loved one another more than me and my wife loved one another,” Clarence told WTOC. Clarence takes photos of Carolyn with him to his favorite Georgia […]

  • Bid submitted for Cleveland to be the site of Amazon’s second headquarters

    CLEVELAND — A bid has been submitted for Cleveland to be the site of Amazon’s second headquarters known as HQ2. The City of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County joined the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP), TeamNEO, JobsOhio, the State of Ohio and numerous local partners to submit the bid by today’s deadline. Mayor Frank Jackson and County Executive Armond Budish announced the submission in a video. The announcement was closed to the media. The city said the proposal portrays the numerous elements and assets of […]

  • Parents create awesome ‘Wheel of Fortune’ costume for son in wheelchair

    MELROSE PARK, Illinois– The Alfano family in Illinois has created some pretty awesome Halloween costumes for their 8-year-old son, Anthony, who has cerebral palsy. This year, they have turned their son’s wheelchair into the popular game show, “Wheel of Fortune.” Deanna Alfano told Inside Edition the game show is one of Anthony’s favorites and they watch it every night. “He loves hearing the alphabet, but he has a love for most game shows,” she said. Alfano explained to Inside Edition […]

  • Special Halloween party for children at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital

    CLEVELAND–A very special Halloween party was held this morning for children at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland. The Spirit of Children Halloween party was complete with costumes, decorations and other fun activities. UH says Spirit of Children’s mission is to make hospitals less scary for kids and their families by helping them experience the joy of Halloween, while providing year-round funding to partner hospitals. University Hospitals says last year, Spirit of Children raised $121,864 for UH Rainbow Babies […]

  • Dozen people indicted for installing skimmer devices at Northeast Ohio gas stations

    CLEVELAND – Federal agents indicted a dozen people on several charges for fraudulently installing skimmer devices connected to point of sale terminals on gas station pumps, and stealing credit-card information from thousands of people. It happened in Ohio, Colorado, Maryland, Utah and elsewhere between August 2014 and July 2017. “We believe there’s at least two thousand people who’ve been victimized and that number could go as high as seven thousand,” said Mike Tobin, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office. […]

  • Seen on TV: 10/17/17

    Here are the Seen on TV links for Tuesday, October 17, 2017: Click here for the Browns broken heart shirt Click here for Boo at the Zoo Click here for Szarka Financial Planning and Investments Click here for memorial information for 13-month-old Conneaut girl Click here for info on the Funky Winkerbean registration Click here for more information on the Wayne Dawson Celebrity Bowl-a-thon Click here for more on Mike Belkin’s events at Music Box Click here to vote for your favorite Rock Hall induction nominee Click here for […]

  • Man accused of killing daughter in Rocky River home sentenced to 22 years in prison

    ​ CLEVELAND– The man accused of killing his daughter last year entered several guilty pleas Tuesday morning. On Sept. 27, 2016, authorities say Jamal Mansour shot his 27-year-old daughter, Tahani Mansour, while she slept in their Rocky River home. When asked to explain why the father would shoot his own daughter, family members blamed a medical condition; they said Mansour is a diabetic. On Tuesday, Mansour’s attorney said the shooting happened after a fight over Tahani’s room being a mess. Mansour cried […]

  • Bay Village police investigating after man pulls over 17-year-old girl, claims to be officer

    BAY VILLAGE, Ohio- Bay Village police are investigating after a man who presented himself as a police officer pulled over a 17-year-old girl. Police say it happened Oct. 6 on Rexford Avenue near Aberdeen Road in Bay Village at around 11:20 p.m. The man followed the teen for a short distance before pulling her over. He continually shined his flashlight in her face and requested her driver’s license and proof of insurance. Police say the teen was told she was […]

  • Browns ‘quarterback graveyard’ in couple’s yard grows even bigger

    NORTH RIDGEVILLE, Ohio– A local couple’s ‘quarterback graveyard’ continues to grow. Tony Timoteo, of North Ridgeville, said he and his wife came up with the idea in 2014 to feature Browns quarterbacks. They were tossing around ideas for their first Halloween decoration at their new home, when Tony proposed their yard would be great for a graveyard; his wife thought of the idea for the quarterback graveyard. Tony says it has received a ton of attention over the years. And, […]

  • Woman wearing wig wanted for several bank robberies in Northeast Ohio

    FAIRLAWN, Ohio — The FBI is looking for a woman accused of robbing several area banks. The most recent robbery was Thursday, Oct. 12, when the FBI says the woman walked into Chase Bank on W. Market Street in Fairlawn at just before 6 p.m. and gave the teller a threatening note demanding money. The teller complied and gave her the cash.  The suspect was wearing a long black wig, glasses, a multi-pattern sweater or jacket, and was carrying a […]