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  • WATCH: Crews put up new sign to replace LeBron banner downtown

    CLEVELAND —  There’s officially a new banner in town. On Wednesday, crews installed the huge sign to replace the LeBron banner on the Sherwin Williams building across from Quicken Loans Arena. The banner now shows a guardian from the Hope Memorial Bridge. But, it’s not just an image of a guardian — it’s a tribute to the Cavs’ past motto “All for the Land” and the Cleveland Script, which has become iconic in the city. The Cavs said the picture […]

  • Statewide alert issued for missing elderly woman

    MIAMI COUNTY, Ohio- A statewide alert has been issued to help find a missing elderly woman. 76-year-old Eileen Beggs was last seen Tuesday, Oct 16, around 2 p.m. She left her residence on Phillip Drive in Tipp City and hasn’t returned. Eileen Beggs is 5’2″, weighs around 145 pounds, has blonde hair and blue eyes. Mrs. Beggs has Dementia. Law Enforcement is concerned for her safety due to her memory issues. She was last seen driving a  silver Spark 2014 […]

  • Springfield Township police launch investigation into ‘mock rape’ allegations at Akron haunted house

    AKRON- The Springfield Township Police Department is now investigating an alleged mock rape at a haunted house in Akron. Earlier this week, accusations were made against the Akron Fright Fest, which is promoted as an extreme haunted house experience. ***Watch our previous story in the video player story above*** Located on the grounds of the Melanie Lake at Kim Tam Park recreation area in Uniontown, it includes six haunted houses of varying degrees of intensity. For three of the haunted houses, […]

  • Seen on TV: 10/17/18

    Here are the web links for Wednesday, October 16, 2018: Click here for more on how you can help the pets rescued during Hurricane Michael Click here for more on how to become a Red Cross volunteer Click here for list of Sears, Kmart locations which are closing Click here to vote on the Rock Hall induction Click here for Domestic Violence Child Advocacy Center Click here for trick-or-treat times in Northeast Ohio Click here for tickets to the Wayne Dawson Celebrity Bowlathon Click […]

  • Aww! LeBron shares adorable video of ‘Frozen’ singalong with daughter, Zhuri

    CALIFORNIA — LeBron James is spending some time with his daughter, Zhuri, before officially starting his Lakers career this week. What did they do? Sang Frozen’s “Let it Go” and “Love is an Open Door” in the back of a really nice car. James shared the adorable video Monday on Instagram. Cold never bothered LeBron anyway. ❄️ (🎥 IG/@kingjames) — theScore (@theScore) October 16, 2018 View this post on Instagram She controls the music when she rides with me. […]

  • YouTube says ‘we’re back!’ after widespread outage

    YouTube was down for a time on Tuesday night and people were not happy about it. Team YouTube sent out a tweet Tuesday evening and said, “We’re working on resolving this and will let you know once fixed. We apologize for any inconvenience.” The reports started coming in of YouTube’s outage around 9:15 p.m. ET.  YouTube is the world’s second most-visited website. Later Tuesday evening, some reported it was back up for them. And, at around 11 p.m. ET, Team YouTube […]

  • Report: Houston Astros accused of cheating

    There are cheating accusations out of Boston against the Houston Astros. According to a report from the Metro Boston, during Game 1 of the ALCS at Fenway Park Saturday night, security removed a man claiming to be an Astros employee; he was reportedly in the area for those with media credentials next to the Boston Red Sox dugout. Metro Boston reports the man had a small camera, but he did not have a media credential. According to the report, security […]

  • Judge will allow confession in trial of man accused of killing Strongsville teacher

    STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — As the trial approaches for Jeffrey Scullin Jr., accused of killing his future mother-in-law, a judge on Tuesday decided to allow the suspect’s confession. Scullin faces charges of aggravated murder for the death of Melinda Pleskovic, 49, in October 2017. Investigators say Scullin murdered his future mother-in-law, then went to dinner with her husband, daughter and fiance. Pleskovic was stabbed dozens of times, shot twice, and left on the kitchen floor with her 18-year-old special needs son […]

  • On ice: WOW air to pull out of Hopkins airport

    CLEVELAND-WOW air has announced they won’t be returning to Cleveland next year. Services to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport will end this month for Cleveland and Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The final flight from KEF to STL will be January 6, 2019 Wow released a statement saying in part they were disappointed and unfortunately the routes did not achieve the profit targets set. Just last month, WOW air and Icelandair announced they would be suspending service between […]

  • ‘Etiquette 101’: Real Housewives of Atlanta star asks for gifts from those who can’t make baby shower

    A “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star is letting her friends know her baby shower is days away — and that she’s expecting presents. Kenya Moore, who is having a baby with husband Marc Daly, posted the message on her Instagram story, instructing them about the etiquette of life events. US Magazine reports Moore wrote: “#Etiquette101 if you cannot attend a monumental life changing event in a friend’s life, it’s nice to send a gift anyway. (Weddings, graduations, baby showers) Or […]

  • Lakewood City Council passes legislation that would ban gay conversion therapy

    LAKEWOOD, Ohio — Lakewood City Council has passed legislation that would ban gay conversion therapy in the city. Ward 4 Councilman Dan O’Malley proposed the ordinance which would make the therapy a criminal act and penalize anyone who practiced it. Lakewood joins Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton and Toledo as cities that have banned the therapy. The city passed a non-discrimination ordinance in 2016. Watch a past report in the video, above; read more, here.

  • Akron City Council votes down proposal to crack down on barking dog problem

    AKRON, Ohio — Akron City Council on Monday voted down a proposal to crack down on dogs that won’t stop barking. Councilman Russ Neal proposed a law that would make the fine for a second offense $250, and allow for the possibility of 60 days in jail. However, other members of council felt the penalty was too severe. Dog owners can still be slapped with a $100 fine no matter how many times the barking happens. Read more.