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David serves as a general assignment reporter for various editions of Fox 8 News.

Prior to joining WJW in December 1997, Nethers worked as an anchor/reporter at WPBF Television in West Palm Beach, Florida, WALB Television in Albany, Georgia, and was News Director of WJAZ Radio in Albany. He also served as Public Relations and Marketing Director of Colquitt Regional Center, an accredited hospital in Moultrie, Georgia.

A graduate of the University of Akron, Nethers holds a bachelor of arts degree in mass media communication. While attending the university, David worked as news director and station manager at WRHA Radio in Akron.

Dave has also worked as an Emergency Medical Technician, and served as a rescue specialist on an emergency management rescue team in Georgia.

Named to Outstanding Young Men of America, Dave was also awarded “Best Feature Reporting” and “Best Spot News Photography” honors for his television work in Georgia.

He currently resides in Broadview Heights with his wife Cindy and their sons Matthew and Johnathan.


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    AKRON, Ohio (WJW)– An Akron man will not be sentenced on Friday for a hit-and-run crash that killed two people. It’s been postponed indefinitely. Sirvonte Rice, 27, pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated vehicular homicide, as well as failure to stop and vehicular assaulted. The deadly crash happened at Lindsey and Virginia avenues in Akron on Dec. 30, 2018. Rice ran a stop sign and hit another car, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The two victims were […]

  • Funds for Harley Dilly reward will now go towards funeral expenses

    PORT CLINTON, Ohio (WJW)– Condolences and offers to help the family of 14-year-old Harley Dilly continue to pour into the community, as residents of Port Clinton come to terms with the fact the teenager is not coming home. Weeks after he vanished after leaving for school, Dilly was discovered deceased in the chimney of a home across the street from his own. Police on Tuesday said they believe he climbed an antenna tower and attempted to enter the vacant home […]

  • Former officer accuses Reminderville police chief of sexual harassment

    REMINDERVILLE, Ohio (WJW)– A complaint filed in Summit County Common Pleas Court accuses the long time police chief of Reminderville of sexual harassment. The complaint filed by attorney Brian Spitz of Beachwood on behalf of Cara Wilson, who was hired by Chief Jeffrey Buck in 2017. According to the lawsuit ,the process began awkwardly with Buck asking her to appear at his home for an additional interview. “Buck told Wilson that Buck’s then-girlfriend had to meet Wilson,” the suit said. […]

  • University of Akron professor consulting with US defense officials amid tensions with Iran

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  • Snow falling in NE Ohio, ODOT crews out in full force

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    CANTON, Ohio (WJW)– Haylie Ferguson and her husband, Mitch, were watching television in their living room on Friday when she says she started hearing noises from her fireplace. “I just heard a band against the glass and I thought it was a bird,” she said. Upon further inspection, they found a squirrel had made its way in through their chimney and was now encased in the fireplace behind the glass screen. “He was kind of scared at first. He was […]

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  • Truck crashes through fence, keeps going through cemetery

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  • Families invited to ‘immune-friendly’ holiday party at Children’s Museum of Cleveland

    CLEVELAND (WJW) — Hundreds of children and their families took advantage of a special holiday treat thanks to ‘A Special Wish Cleveland‘ and the Children’s Museum of Cleveland. Families of children ages 8-21, who are struggling with health challenges, were able to spend the morning at the museum visiting with Santa and enjoying the museum’s hands on exhibits. “It’s such a blessing for all the families that have kids with illnesses or cancer or certain syndromes even undiagnosed things. It’s very, […]

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