SEEN ON TV: 2/25/14

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Here are the SEEN ON TV web links for Tuesday, February 25, 2014:

  • Click here for steps to submit your school, business or day care closings
  • Click here for the City of Cleveland’s Pothole Repair Plan
  • Click here to find your Ohio Senator for Goddard’s Law
  • Click here for more on the push to make MLB Opening Day a holiday.
  • Click here to help Patrick at the Lakewood Animal Hospital
  • Click here for more on Restaurant Week
  • Click here for Anderson Couture Benefit Fashion Show
  • Click here for Flushville Four
  • Click here for the Cleveland Auto Show ticket information
  • Click here for City of Cleveland Pothole information
  • Click here for Forrest’s Facebook fan page
  • Click here for more on the Cleveland Kennel
  • Click here to connect with Mark Zinni on Facebook
  • Click here for Month-to-Month Shopping Bargains
  • Click here for more on Bill Sheil’s ‘Heroin Hits Home’ series
  • Click here for My Free Taxes
  • Click here for more on the Rhoda Wise home (Ohio’s ‘House of Miracles’)
  • Click here for more on Rhoda Wise foundation
  • Click here for more information about snow emergency level definitions
  • Click here for credit protection through fraud alerts and freezes
  • Click here for Portraits in Black History interviews
  • Click here for Black History Month coverage
  • Click here for the rest of winter forecast
  • Click here for more information on how to get your loved one featured on our Missing: Northeast Ohio series
  • Click here for Stefani’s latest update on her husband’s condition
  • Click here for The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
  • Click here for The Cleveland Courage Fund
  • Click here to connect with FOX 8 News on Instagram

1 Comment

  • Don Keough

    I am writing to give my thoughts concerning law enforcement no longer being required to visit a scene of an accident unless there is an injury. My son recently went off the road during one of the intense winter storms. He was going so slow at the time that his car received no damage but had to be pulled out by a tow truck due to the incline of the embankment. It was then that I found here in Portage County, I tow truck cannot pull a vehicle from the ditch until the police arrive. The owner must declare to the police if they intend on filing a claim with insurance; if so, they are automatically issued a citation for “failure to control the vehicle”! I asked why and was told it was demanded by the Portage County Judge Advocate. I could not believe that Portage County residents are forced to pay a fine, and possibly then loose insurance due to the citation.

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