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  • Report: Khloe Kardashian moving back to Cleveland

    CLEVELAND — Khloe Kardashian is moving back to Cleveland, US Weekly reported. The reality star gave birth to her daughter with Cleveland Cavaliers player Tristan Thompson in Cleveland earlier this year. But just before True’s birth, Kardashian was rocked by a cheating scandal involving her boyfriend. Despite the scandal, Kardashian stayed in Cleveland through the end of the Cavaliers season. She returned to Los Angeles with Thompson for the summer. The magazine said the couple are “doing better than anyone […]

  • Texas study: Majority of Austin-area families have fewer than 20 books

    AUSTIN, Texas — According to a new study by a literacy group, 58 percent of Central Texas families own fewer than 20 children’s books, the Austin American-Statesman reported. More than a third, 35 percent, own fewer than 20 books total. The 2018 Central Texas Reading Study found half of parents said their children spend more time playing on a phone or tablet than reading. Most parents, 90 percent, said their children enjoy reading or being read to. Even more, 92 […]

  • At least 3 dead following violent night in Cleveland

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland police are investigating three separate homicides that happened Monday night. “Foul odor” leads to woman’s body Officers were called to a church on Engel Road around 7:45 p.m. for a report of a body found. A maintenance worker found the body while looking for the source of a “foul odor”, police said. Officers found the woman’s body and said she suffered head trauma. She has not been identified. Police said no arrests have been made. Deadly […]

  • Got whole-fat milk? Experts say it’s healthier than you think

    For years, experts have recommended low-fat dairy products instead of full-fat versions. Despite the higher calories and saturated fat, new research shows the full-fat dairy products might be actually be good for you. People who eat full-fat dairy are not more likely to develop cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes than people who consume low-fat dairy, Time magazine reported. They may even be less likely to gain weight. New research in The Lancet suggests eating dairy products of all kinds […]

  • Liberty Elementary is a Cool School!

    Congratulations to Liberty Elementary School in North Ridgeville. That school got the most votes in our Cool Schools poll. All school year, we are celebrating some of the coolest schools in Northeast Ohio. Each week there will be three nominees. Voting starts at 4 a.m. on Mondays and ends at 5:59 a.m. on Thursdays. *Click here to nominate your school! The winner is revealed on Fox 8 News and after the poll is closed. Liberty Elementary will be featured […]

  • ‘Please send help’: 150 people stranded in New Bern, NC as Hurricane Florence moves ashore

    View this post on Instagram A post shared by Maiden '59 (@maiden.59) on Sep 13, 2018 at 4:33pm PDT NEW BERN, North Carolina — The City of New Bern tweeted early Friday that 150 people were in need of being rescued as Hurricane Florence made landfall in the coastal town. Currently ~150 awaiting rescue in New Bern. We have 2 out-of-state FEMA teams here for swift water rescue. More are on the way to help us. WE ARE COMING TO […]

  • Dallas police under fire for ‘criminalizing the victim’ of deadly police shooting

    DALLAS, Texas — Dallas police are coming under fire for the timing of the release of information obtained in a search warrant about the victim of a deadly police shooting. Botham Jean was killed when an off-duty police officer entered his apartment last Thursday and shot him. The officer, Amber Guyger, claimed she thought it was her apartment and apparently thought Jean was an intruder. Guyger was charged with manslaughter in the shooting and remains on administrative leave from the Dallas […]

  • Survey: Half of America’s workers don’t take a lunch break

    A new survey finds just over half of American workers said it’s rare or unrealistic for them to take a lunch break away from their desk. More than half of the 2,000 workers studied blamed stress and heavy workloads. As many as 30-percent of workers said they eat at their desk because they feel it makes them more productive. Just under half of the workers said lunch can be a distraction from getting work done. The younger the worker, the […]

  • Clerk robbed by teens moments after suffering heart attack

    AUBURN, Washington — A gas station clerk in Washington state who suffered a heart attack moments before being robbed by two teenagers is clinging to life at the hospital, coworkers told WCPQ in Seattle on Tuesday. Surveillance video shows Zarif Kelada, 34, collapsing on the floor after telling the teens they needed to pay for pepperoni sticks they opened and were eating in the store. But it’s what happened next that shocked Kelada’s coworkers. Instead of calling for help, the […]

  • James Van Der Beek writes powerful post about miscarriages

    He’s best known for playing the title role on “Dawson’s Creek,” but actor James Van Der Beek is getting a lot of attention for his powerful Instagram post on miscarriages. Van Der Beek said his wife, Kimberly, had three of them — including one just before she got pregnant with their fifth child. Daughter Gwendolyn was born back in June, People reported. “First off – we need a new word for it,” he wrote. “‘Mis-carriage’, in an insidious way, suggests […]

  • Amber Alert update: 2 Cleveland children found unharmed, mother in custody

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — The children involved in an Amber Alert issued early Tuesday have been found and are unharmed, according to Cleveland police. The children’s mother is in custody. Police were searching for Armani Kelley, 8, and Anijah Kelley, 4. They were with their mother, Arriel Bryant, 28, who was wanted in connection with a murder that happened Monday night. Police responded to a home on Alhambra Road around 8:15 p.m. Monday for reports of shots fired. That’s where they […]

  • Georgia school brings back corporal punishment

    HEPHZIBAH, Georgia — If students get out of line at a school in Georgia, they might end up getting paddled. According to WRDW, Georgia School for Innovation and the Classics is bringing back corporal punishment. The school recently sent students home with consent forms alerting parents of a new corporal punishment policy. The superintendent told WRDW that of the more than a hundred forms he received back, a third of them give the school consent for their children to be […]