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  • Giant Eagle voluntarily recalls products containing romaine lettuce

    CLEVELAND–  Giant Eagle Incorportated is voluntarily recalling multiple products prepared with romaine lettuce. The recall comes after a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notice on romaine lettuce sourced by a supply partner from the Yuma, Arizona growing region. The lettuce is to blame for a multi-state  E. coli outbreak, according to the CDC. This includes romaine lettuce products sold at Giant Eagle, Market District and GetGo locations in Ohio, western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland and Indiana.  The products were packaged from April […]

  • Baby rhino Lulu makes public debut at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

    CLEVELAND — It’s an exciting day at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo as baby rhino Lulu made her first public appearance. With the warmer weather, the rhino calf can now explore the outdoor rhino habitat for the first time. Starting Friday, the public can see Lulu and her mother Kibibbi in the Zoo’s African Savanna. The pair have been bonding behind-the-scenes for the past two months. Lulu is a female Eastern black rhino born on Feb. 7 to her mom, Kibibbi.  She is the […]

  • Missing Canton teen found in Lorain County

    SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP–    A missing Canton teen reunited with her mother after being located in Sheffield Township Sunday. 15- year-old Zoey Marie Boyd has been missing since March 19th. Deputies responded to an apartment complex after receiving a call from the teen’s mother who suspected the teen was in the company of a 20-year-old male. When performing a search of the male’s apartment,  a deputy spotted Boyd’s arm peeking out of a pile of clothing in a closet. The 20-year-old […]

  • Celebrations kick off at Rock Hall with special screening of Joan Jett documentary

    CLEVELAND–   Celebrations are in full swing at the Rock Hall as the 33rd Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction is quickly approaching. The Rock Hall kicked off festivities Friday night in a special collaboration with the Cleveland International Film Festival. A large crowd enjoyed a special screening  of the documentary, “Bad Reputation,” which follows the life of rocker Joan Jett. The documentary highlights everything from the early days of Jett’s career with the band The Runaways to  her […]

  • Playhouse Square breaks ground on 34- story apartment tower

    CLEVELAND-  Playhouse Square is “taking the lead” in adding to the Cleveland skyline in 2020.   On Thursday,  Playhouse Square held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Playhouse Square Apartment Tower. This $135 million project will feature a 34-story building with more than 300 units. The tower will be located at the corner of Euclid Avenue and east 17th Street. The tower will replace a parking lot across from the Connor Palace.  However,  the new plans will add 550 parking spaces. […]

  • Highway Patrol: One killed in one-vehicle crash in Ashland County

    CLEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP-   A 23-year-old Michigan woman was killed Sunday evening in a single-car crash in Ashland County. The crash happened around 7 p.m.  on Township Road 908, west of the intersection of State Route 545 in Clear Creek Township. According to the Ashland Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, a 16-year-old female was driving the vehicle east on Township Road 908 when the vehicle lost control.  The vehicle struck a utility pole and overturned. The driver and one […]

  • “The King” joins Justin Timberlake on stage during Saturday night concert

    CLEVELAND–Justin Timberlake performed for a sold-out crowd at Quicken Loans Arena Saturday night.  Fans went crazy when Timberlake brought “The King” on stage. The night before,  Justin Timberlake attended Friday night’s Cavs game in support of Lebron James.  James broke Michael Jordan’s NBA record by scoring at least 10 points in his 867th straight regular-season game Friday night. James felt he should “pay it back” and attended Timberlake’s concert Saturday night. Timberlake released the “Man of the Woods” album days before his 2018 […]

  • Rock Hall expanding education program through partnership with PNC Bank

    CLEVELAND– The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced Thursday that it’s expanding its youth education and community engagement programs through continuing its partnership with PNC Bank. “There’s no limit to what can be accomplished when the power of rock and roll is combined with education,” said Greg Harris, CEO of the Rock Hall. The Toddler Rock program will receive 3.75 million in funding. This program allows students from local Head Start programs to work with a music therapist at […]

  • Elyria police investigating possible homicide

    ELYRIA- Elyria Police are investigating  after the body of a deceased male was found shortly before 8 p.m. Sunday. Police responded to the 400 block of East River Street for reports of an unresponsive male found behind a building. According to Captain Costantino, officers located the body of a 29-year-old male in the lower portion of a shipping dock ramp. Police tell Fox 8 that juveniles were playing in the area and discovered the body. At this time, police believe […]

  • Ohio State Highway Patrol on scene of fatal crash in Ashtabula County

    RICHMOND TOWNSHIP-  The Ohio State Highway Patrol is on the scene of a fatal accident in Ashtabula County. Crews were called to the scene at U.S. Route 6 and Route 7 in Richmond Township shortly before 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Upon arrival, crews found a semi-truck on fire. Officials confirmed that it was a fatal accident. This is a developing story. Stay with Fox 8 and Fox8.com for continuing coverage.  

  • Sebring Police warn residents after a police impersonator performs welfare check

    SEBRING–The Sebring Police Department is warning residents after a man allegedly posed as an officer Saturday night. Officers responded to a residence in the 800 block of South 13th Street shortly after 7 p.m. for reports of a suspicious person. When officers arrived, a female at the residence told them that about 20 minutes prior, a man dressed as a police officer knocked on her door and claimed to be from the Beloit Police Department. According to police, the man […]

  • UPDATE: Two people hospitalized after shooting at Beachwood Place Mall Saturday

    BEACHWOOD, Ohio – Beachwood Police have released more information regarding the shooting that placed Beachwood Place Mall on lockdown Saturday afternoon. Police Chief Gary Haba says that there were shots fired outside the mall near Saks 5th Avenue at around 3 p.m. According to police, a suspect was taken into custody. One adult male was transported to the hospital for a gun shot wound to the leg and is also in police custody. That suspect is in stable condition. Police […]