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  • Share photos of your pups to celebrate National Puppy Day! (Gallery 2)

    It’s National Puppy Day. We want to help you celebrate the puppies in your life. Click the ‘submit’ button below to share your photo. Or if you’re on mobile, email the photo to **Check out the first photo gallery, HERE**

  • Photos showing progress of Cedar Point’s new attraction may get you excited for summer

    SANDUSKY, Ohio — Spring has just started, but who is ready for summer? Cedar Point gave another update Friday on one of its new attractions: Lakeslide Landing. The amusement park posted photos on social media of the progress it’s making. “Lakeslide Landing looks incredible! #CedarPointShores Water Park is really starting to take shape.” Cedar Point says the all-new family splashground “features 12 kid-sized slides that provide mini water thrills while the parents can relax under huge shade structures and an […]

  • Don’t worry, April is back after cam was down for a bit

    HARPURSVILLE, New York — The world had to take a break from April the giraffe for a bit Friday night after the camera went down. It caused a lot of concern, with people flooding Animal Adventure Park with emails and messages asking what was going on. The park posted on Facebook: “Cam down. We are aware. Receiving 2,000 emails to tell us it’s down only slows us and the computers down. Please refrain.” The park answered comments on Facebook, saying, […]

  • One person injured in Beachwood Place parking lot shooting

    BEACHWOOD, Ohio — Beachwood police are investigating a shooting that happened in the parking lot of Beachwood Place mall Thursday night at around 7:15 p.m. According to Beachwood Police Chief Gary Haba, one victim has been identified so far, but that person was not at the scene when police arrived. That person is said to be in stable condition. There is no information on a suspect or suspects at this point. If you have any information on what happened, you’re asked to call […]

  • April’s behavior, positioning have some wondering if birth will happen soon

    HARPURSVILLE, NY.– We’re still waiting on April the pregnant giraffe to give birth to her 4th calf at Animal Adventure Park in New York. Here is the latest update just posted to the park’s Facebook page: “April has many thinking tonight is the night, as chat rooms and social media postings question her behavior and positioning. We will wait to see what the night brings. Both Keepers and Vet report further back end swell, no change in discharge or lactation. […]

  • Spring Break travel: What to know if you’re flying out of Cleveland Hopkins Airport

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Spring is here and that means Spring Break for a lot of people. Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is offering some travel information if you’re flying out of there. The airport says the travel period extends through April 17, which is the day after Easter. You’ll see additional staff throughout the airport and also at security checkpoints to accommodate the extra guests. Daily peak travel hours are:  5:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.; 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.; and […]

  • Woman marries first responder who saved her life after domestic abuse

    CLEARWATER, Florida — A woman is sharing her story of survival and love after a first responder helped save her life. Melissa Dohme said emergency worker, Cameron Hill, helped carry her from an ambulance to a helicopter after she was stabbed 32 times by her ex-boyfriend in 2012. Dohme, 25, shared her story with PEOPLE, saying she was afraid to open up her heart to anything until she met Hill. They talked almost a year later at a luncheon which […]

  • Curious nature shows during April baby watch

    HARPURSVILLE, New York — We are still on baby watch with April the giraffe at Animal Adventure Park in New York.  The latest update posted to the park’s Facebook page is titled “Trouble Makers”: “It appears Oliver and April have popped a latch on their stall door, but rest assured there is a safety latch that will prevent a full opening. That is why we have safety’s in place! We have never denied their curious nature!!” Earlier Wednesday, the park said keepers […]

  • Newborns Romeo and Juliet born hours apart at same hospital

    HARDEEVILLE, S.C. — Newborns named Romeo and Juliet were born hours apart at the same hospital in Hardeeville, South Carolina. Not only that, but they were born in neighboring rooms, too. Cassie Clayshulte discovered this star-crossed story. She is the official newborn photographer of Coastal Carolina Hospital. Clayshulte, who runs Cassie Clayshulte Photography, told CBS News, “It was just a coincidence. They were both actually scheduled to be induced on March 26, but they both came early, which is so neat. It just shows […]

  • Congratulations: Tribe family just keeps growing!

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Indians family is growing! Two of the team’s players shared wonderful news this week. First, Mike Clevinger shared baby news: “Piper Lotus Clevinger arrived today at 2:02 pm 7 lbs 8 oz 20.25 inches long! Thanks for everyone reaching out and we are more than excited to add our newest flower child.” Piper Lotus Clevinger arrived today at 2:02 pm 7 lbs 8 oz 20.25 inches long! Thanks to everyone for the support!✌️🌺🌺🌺 #flowerfamily […]

  • Man sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for selling heroin that led to deadly overdose

    BEREA, Ohio — A Berea man has been sentenced to 12 ½ years in prison for selling heroin that resulted in a deadly overdose. Brandon Wagner, 43, was previously found guilty of distribution of heroin. The Department of Justice said, according to court documents, Wagner sold heroin in March 2016 that led to a Lakewood man’s death. “Aggressive enforcement of the law will remain part of the solution to combating our state’s opioid epidemic,” said Acting U.S. Attorney David A. Sierleja. […]

  • Charges filed in connection with disappearance of Parma teen who was later found

    PARMA, Ohio — Three people have been charged in connection with the disappearance of 17-year-old Katarina Bitterman, who was later found in Salem, Massachusetts. According to Parma police, Michael H. Julien, 19; and his mother, Renee M. Hanson, 43, both of Salem, Massachusetts, were indicted Monday by a Cuyahoga County Grand Jury on charges of Inducing Panic, Interference with Custody, and Obstructing Justice; they are all felonies of the fifth degree. Katarina Bitterman will also be charged with one count of Inducing Panic in Cuyahoga […]