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  • Volunteers searching for missing University of Iowa student

    BROOKLYN, Iowa — A 20-year-old University of Iowa student went missing Wednesday evening from a town in eastern Iowa. According to ABC News authorities have limited information on Mollie Tibbetts’ disappearance. She was dog sitting at a Brooklyn home with her boyfriend when she went for a run around 10 p.m. Wednesday and has not been seen since. Tibbetts is 5’2″ and weighs 120 lbs.  She has brown hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing running shorts, a black sports […]

  • Move Over law: Ohio State Highway Patrol highlights one of many reasons why it’s so important

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio State Highway Patrol and state police in five other states are focusing on enforcement of the Move Over law. The law requires drivers approaching any vehicles with flashing or rotating lights that are parked on the roadside to move over to an adjacent lane. Motorists should slow down and proceed with caution if moving over isn’t possible due to traffic or weather conditions or lack of a second lane. The highway patrol over the weekend […]

  • Ohio mom says teen son was targeted by scammer while playing Fortnite

    MASON, Ohio — An Ohio mom wanted to protect others by sharing the story of how she said her teenage son became a victim while playing the popular video game Fortnite. Amy Bates told WLWT, another gamer built up her 13-year-old son Jake’s trust and convinced him to hand over his username and password so the person could give him more avatar clothes, or skins as they are called. Bates said when the gamer logged into her son’s account, he took […]

  • Tribe pounds Rangers down in Arlington, 16-3

    ARLINGTON, Texas – The Cleveland Indians were shooting for their own version of the Texas two-step in Arlington Saturday evening. After winning Friday in extra innings, the Tribe’s bats were cold at the start of the game – even though the game time temperature was over 100 degrees. All that changed in the 5th when Francisco Lindor lined a double down the right field line, and Yan Gomes raced home all the way from first base to put the  Tribe  […]

  • It’s National Junk Food Day! Ohio’s favorite type of snack may surprise you…

    Saturday is National Junk Food Day! MSN.com put together a list of the most popular junk foods in every state in the country. Ohio’s might surprise you! MSN.com states: “You can’t visit Ohio without trying a pierogi — these traditional Polish dumplings are one of the best, and most ubiquitous comfort foods around. Yet when it comes to an after-dinner treat, locals favor Milky Way bars.” In nearby Pennsylvania? Swedish Fish and buffalo chicken dip. For a complete list of […]

  • ‘The Walking Dead’ season 9 sneak peek includes an Ohio city sign

    “The Walking Dead” dropped a sneak peek of its season 9 trailer during San Diego Comic-Con. Look closely; you’ll see a sign that mentions a city right here in Ohio: Toledo. The show tweeted, “What’s in Toledo? 🤔” **NOTE: there may be some spoiler alerts, below, if you haven’t finished season 8, yet** We have your amazing sneak peek at #TheWalkingDead Season 9 trailer debuting tomorrow during the #SDCC panel! #SkyboundSDCC pic.twitter.com/Ud16Oq1juz — The Walking Dead (@TheWalkingDead) July 19, 2018 What's […]

  • Troopers seize $12,877 worth of meth in Lake County

    PAINESVILLE- A Creston man faces a series of charges after troopers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol discovered drug paraphernalia in his car earlier this week. Troopers stopped the 2002 Chevrolet Venture on Chestnut Street in Painesville Tuesday. Authorities say when they approached the vehicle, they noticed the drugs in plain view. After searching the suspect, Rickey Lee Moody, 38, of Creston, they discovered  a bag of methamphetamine in his pocket, and two bags containing 161 grams of methamphetamine in […]

  • ‘We know that God has a plan for our sweet Oliviah’ Family gives update on 9-year-old girl battling cancer

    CLEVELAND-The family of a 9-year-old girl who has touched the lives of people across Northeast Ohio, including the FOX 8 family is providing an update on her battle with cancer. Oliviah Hall has been battling Glioblastoma Multiforme Grade IV since she was diagnosed in August 2017. Thursday, her family posted on the Team Oliviah Facebook page that MRI results showed “multiple new abnormal foci of enhancement consistent with metastatic disease.” According to their Facebook post that means the tumor has spread […]

  • Cleveland is turning 222! Happy Birthday CLE

    CLEVELAND- The city of Cleveland is celebrating a big birthday this weekend. Sunday marks the 222nd anniversary of Cleveland’s founding. University Circle is throwing an early party for our beautiful city today and you’re invited. Founders’ Day welcomes guests of all ages to Wade Oval for free cake and Mitchell’s ice cream! The event kicks off at 12 p.m. and goes until 2 p.m. There are also other events below. Solar car racing Bounce house face painting rides on the […]

  • ‘Dreams come true’: Mark Wahlberg bringing another business to Ohio

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Actor Mark Wahlberg is bringing another business to Ohio. He announced on Facebook Thursday plans for a new Mark Wahlberg Chevrolet in Columbus. “With hard work, dreams come true. I’ve always been a car fanatic, now I”m able to be part of such an amazing iconic American brand,” he said in a video on Facebook. “I’ll be there soon.” Wahlberg helped opened a Wahlberger’s in downtown Cleveland last year.

  • Ohio restaurant stirs up some heat after offering church bulletin discount

    CHEVIOT, Ohio — A Hamilton County restaurant owner is changing a discount policy after the initial promotion stirred up controversy. The promotion was simple: bring in a church bulletin on Sunday, and get a 10 percent discount. Justin Watson said he was hoping it would bring more business to his new Starters Cafe. Instead he got angry comments saying he was discriminating against non-religious people. He even got a letter from the group Freedom From Religion, saying the practice was […]

  • Law firm claims woman just informed her embryos were damaged in UH fertility clinic failure

    CLEVELAND — A local law firm levels new accusations against University Hospitals, in its fertility center crisis. Attorneys at Peiffer, Wolf, Carr and Kane say a client was just informed this week that her embryos were damaged back in early March. That’s when the temperature rose in one of Ahuja Medical Center’s two liquid nitrogen freezers. The client previously thought her embryo survived the incident. UH is still investigating the incident, which destroyed as many as two-thousand eggs and embryos. […]