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    Seen on TV: 8/29/14

    Here are the Seen on TV links for Friday, August 29: Click here for Lake County General Health District relocation info Click here for the Cleveland National Air Show schedule Click here for the Geauga County Fair Click here for Go Over the Edge for Hattie Larlham Click here to nominate your Cool School Click here for Cleveland Oktoberfeset Click here for An Evening of Hope information Click here for An Evening of Hope tickets Click here for HP computer […]

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    Retirement will be sweeter for local couple who hit $1M lottery

    LORAIN, Ohio — A Lorain County couple’s retirement will be a little sweeter after winning $1 million on an instant lottery ticket. Kathy and Robert Bunnell, of Oberlin, will be paid $40,000 a year for 25 years. Kathy is retired from chemical company BASF and said she bought the winning ticket from a Discount Drug Mart. Robert, who will retire in eight months, didn’t believe it until he saw it for himself, said his wife. Kathy said the win will […]

  • (Dr. James Bressi entered a not guilty plea via video at his arraignment.)

    Doctor found not guilty of 26 charges, guilty on one count in sex assault trial

    AKRON, Ohio — A local doctor has been found not guilty of 26 charges in a sex assault trial. The jury did find Dr. James Bressi guilty of one misdemeanor count of sexual imposition. It’s a third-degree misdemeanor, which carries a maximum penalty of 60 days in jail. He will be sentenced on Oct. 7. Bressi will be required to register as a sex offender for 15 years. More than a hundred female patients filed complaints indicating that Dr. Bressi […]

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    Men threaten clerk, grab candy & chips in gas station robbery

    NEWBURGH HEIGHTS, Ohio — Two men threatened a clerk, saying they had a gun, before taking off with handfuls of merchandise from a gas station in Newburgh Heights, according to police. It happened at Speedway Gas Station, 2609 Harvard Ave., at about 11:15 p.m. Monday. A blue Jeep Liberty is seen entering the station parking lot from the west, and there were three occupants inside the vehicle. Two of the men entered the gas station — one wearing a towel […]

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    Teacher in trouble for posting threatening tweets about students

    NEWARK, Calif. — A teacher is in hot water with her school district after reportedly tweeting threatening and insulting comments about students. According to CBS San Francisco, Krista Hodges has gotten a reprimand but has not been fired in the incident. She reportedly tweeted comments including “I already want to stab some kids” and “So happy to be done with school for 10 days, but especially to be away from the ones who truly try my patience and make my […]

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    Teen arrested in stabbing death of Loudonville man

    LOUDONVILLE, Ohio — A 15-year-old has been arrested after a 42-year-old man was stabbed to death in Loudonville Thursday. According to Loudonville police, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Middle Drive to reports of a stabbing around 11 a.m. The victim, James Kaufman, 42, died from his injuries. The 15-year-old has been arrested and is being held in the Richland County Juvenile Detention Facility. No further details are available.

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    Is it ok for children to taste alcohol? New study looks at effects of early sipping

    A new study says letting your child sip or taste alcohol may not lead to drinking or behavioral problems later in life. According to Live Science, the study surveyed 452 children ages 8 or 10, and found that 94 percent of them sipped or tasted alcohol by the time they turned 12. The study says there were no changes of behavior that could be linked to taking those sips of alcohol early in life. The study says that the finding […]

  • Investigators ask for public’s help in Lorain County church fire

    LORAIN, Ohio — Authorities are asking for the public’s help as they investigate a fire that destroyed First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 603 Washington Ave. in Lorain. The Division of State Fire Marshal is looking for information, specifically video, audio or pictures from people of the fire that started around 6:25 a.m. State Fire Marshal Larry Flowers said in a press release, “Information from the public is crucial to solving these kinds of cases. Investigators are asking for your assistance so […]

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    Seen on TV: 8/28/14

    Here are the Seen on TV links for Thursday, August 28: Click here for Lake County General Health District relocation info Click here for the Cleveland National Air Show schedule Click here for the Geauga County Fair Click here to nominate your Cool School Click here for Cleveland Oktoberfeset Click here for An Evening of Hope information Click here for An Evening of Hope tickets Click here for HP computer cord recall Click here for 9/11 Never Forget exhibit in […]

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    ATM found in backseat of stolen city vehicle

    AKRON, Ohio — Two city vehicles were stolen, and one was found set on fire with an ATM in the backseat, according to police. Akron Police Department reports state that it happened sometime between Tuesday night and Wednesday afternoon. Two unmarked 2000 Dodge Stratus sedans assigned to the Akron Fire Department Training Bureau were stolen from the training center, 1309 Emmitt Road. At 5 a.m. Wednesday, one of the cars was found at the intersection of South Main Street and […]

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    Police remind Browns fans of Muni Lot rules ahead of Bears game

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Police Department is reminding Browns fans that rules and regulations are in place for the Municipal Parking Lot ahead of tonight’s game against the Bears. In a release, police say fans who plan to use the lot Thursday should remember a few rules. At noon, the eastern portion of the lot opened. At 5:30 p.m., the entire lot will open for tailgating. Police say no large vehicles are permitted in the lot, and security officers […]

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    Teen charged with killing foster mom changes plea to ‘guilty’

    A teenager accused of killing her foster mother in November 2012 changed her plea to guilty in court Thursday. Court officials say Sabrina Zunich, 19, will be sentenced Sept. 29. Zunich was arrested immediately after the murder of Lisa Knoefel. She previously pleaded not guilty to all charges. Zunich said it was Lisa’s husband, Kevin Knoefel, who hatched the plan to kill his wife and collect $785,000 from various life insurance policies. She said she was following Kevin Knoefel’s plan […]