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  • Registered sex offender arrested for having child porn

    SAGAMORE HILLS, Ohio — A registered sex offender from Sagamore Hills was arrested after police found child porn in his home. According to a release from Summit County Sheriff’s Office, Jonathan Myers, 28, faces charges of pandering obscenities involving minors and violation of patrol. On June 13, the Ohio Adult Parole Authority and the Summit County Sheriff’s Office initiated an investigation into a registered sex offender that was allegedly in possession of child pornography. A search was conducted at Myers’ […]

  • Man accused in shooting death of Akron pizza shop worker pleads not guilty

    AKRON, Ohio — The man indicted in the shooting death of an employee at an Akron pizza shop pleaded not guilty in the case Wednesday. Zakareia Husein was working at his family’s pizza shop , Premium New York Style Pizza,¬† on Dec. 7, 2015 when a masked gunman demanded money. The 21-year-old handed over cash, but was shot and killed. A Summit County grand jury indicted Shaquille Anderson, who was identified as a suspect nearly a year ago, on charges […]

  • Police: Bear hit, killed in Akron was same animal spotted in Wadsworth, Norton

    NORTON, Ohio — Akron police say the bear that was hit and killed on Interstate 77 was the animal spotted over the weekend in Wadsworth and Norton. According to Akron police, the bear was hit at 5:17 a.m. in the Vernon Odom Boulevard area. The bear was dead when officers arrived. The driver was not injured. Over the past few days, police in Norton and Wadsworth let residents know about a black bear spotted wandering through the area. Just Monday […]

  • Missing: Christine Kingsley

    ELYRIA, Ohio — FOX 8 has relaunched our missing persons segments with the help of Amanda Berry. We hope the segments will help loved ones reunite with their missing family members. Christine Kingsley hasn’t been seen since June 22, 1995, when she was taken to a temporary shelter for juveniles in the area. Police recently reopened her cold case after getting a tip of bones found in a yard. The information didn’t pan out, but it did reignite the search. […]

  • Crate packed with 21 cats, kittens dumped on rescue facility’s doorstep

    STARK COUNTY, Ohio — Dozens of cats and kittens will soon be up for adoption after they were abandoned over the weekend in Stark County. Pitties and Kitties posted about the animals on Facebook. According to the post, the rescue found a crate packed with 21 cats, including 18 kittens and one pregnant adult, dumped overnight on their doorstep. Additionally, Sunday morning a 7-week-old cat was also found abandoned. She has a respiratory infection and cerebellar hypoplasia, which causes her […]

  • Asian Highlands habitat opens at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

    CLEVELAND, Ohio —¬†Cleveland Metroparks Zoo‘s new state-of-the-art Asian Highlands habitat opens today. This nearly one-acre destination is the new home of Amur and snow leopards, red pandas and takin. Construction on the $4.5 million Asian Highlands began last August, with the focus on a more engaging experience for guests, along with conservation and education. It features central Chinese influenced architecture and stone work, mixed in with Asian culture throughout. The new digs for the leopards have four different interconnected habitat […]

  • Bear hit, killed on I-77N in Akron

    AKRON, Ohio — A bear was hit and killed on Interstate 77 north in Akron Tuesday morning. According to Akron police, it happened at about 5:17 a.m. in the Vernon Odom Boulevard area. The bear was dead when officers arrived. The driver was not injured. The scene was clear by about 6 a.m.

  • Cleveland police: Spilled cleaning supplies to blame for two people taken to hospital

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland police now say chemical exposure to spilled cleaning supplies led to a four-year-old and a man being taken to the hospital on Thursday. Earlier in the day, police said they were investigating a possible meth lab in the 9000 block of Stewart Avenue. Bomb squad crews responded to the scene. But, police now say there is no cause to believe there was a meth lab.

  • First Shake Shack in Ohio opens today in Orange Village

    ORANGE VILLAGE, Ohio — Ohio’s first Shake Shack will open Thursday right here in Northeast Ohio. It’s just one of many places set to open this week in the new Pinecrest Development, 311 Park Ave., Orange Village. There’s a mix of local, regional and national merchants in the location. Stores include Graeter’s, Cleveland Sweeties Candy and Big Fun Toys. The Shake Shack is a critically acclaimed “modern day roadside burger stand.” It offers 100 percent all-natural Angus beef burters, chicken […]

  • Twinsburg man arrested for having $8K worth in marijuana edibles, other drugs during traffic stop

    GEAUGA COUNTY, Ohio — A Twinsburg man faces charges after over $8,000 worth of marijuana edibles and other drugs were found in his car during a traffic stop. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Jaren Bouyer, 35, was stopped in his car for a left of center violation on Munn Road in Newbury Township May 26. During their interaction with the driver, troopers smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. After a search, officers found 67 morphine pills, 1,200 grams […]

  • One dies in Cleveland double shooting

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Police are investigating after a deadly double shooting in Cleveland early Thursday. Police say it happened at 1 a.m. at Kipling Avenue and Wayside Road. Officers were called to reports of shots in the area. They found two people shot; one of them was dead. The other was taken to the hospital. Homicide detectives found shell casings in the road. Several vehicles on the street had bullet holes. The shooting is still under investigation. No arrests have […]

  • State-of-the-art Asian Highlands habitat will soon be open at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo!

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland Metroparks Zoo‘s new state-of-the-art Asian Highlands habitat will open June 12. This nearly one-acre destination will be the new home of Amur and snow leopards, red pandas and takin. Construction on the $4.5 million Asian Highlands began last August, with the focus on a more engaging experience for guests, along with conservation and education. It features central Chinese influenced architecture and stone work, mixed in with Asian culture throughout. The new digs for the leopards have […]