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  • Firefighter climbs StairMaster 110 times in full uniform to honor those lost on 9/11

    TENNESSEE – A meaningful photo is circulating on social media Sunday after a Planet Fitness employee posted it on her Facebook page. According to Lezlie Bauler’s post, the firefighter asked her if it was okay if he climbed the StairMaster 110 times in his full uniform in honor of his brothers and sisters lost on 9/11. “Yes sir, you can. I am not one to get emotional, but a few tears were shed. Thank you for your services,” she wrote in […]

  • Donald Trump to hold rally in Canton on Wednesday

    CANTON – Donald Trump will be returning to Northeast Ohio again this month. He is set to host a rally at the Canton Memorial Civic Center at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. Anyone who wants to attend the event should CLICK HERE. Earlier this week, Trump made two appearances in Northeast Ohio. On Labor Day, he was with running mate Mike Pence at a morning round-table discussion with union members in Brook Park. Then on Thursday, he spoke at a school in Cleveland. Read more […]

  • Cleveland Browns fall to Philadelphia Eagles, 29-10

    PHILADELPHIA – Rookie Carson Wentz started his NFL career on Sunday and he lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a 29-10 victory over the visiting Cleveland Browns. **CLICK HERE for more Cleveland Browns statistics** The Eagles scored first in the early first quarter and struck again with a field goal in the early second quarter to take a 10-0 lead. The Browns answered with a touchdown in the middle of the second quarter, but the Eagles got on the board one more time […]

  • Ellet High School closed Monday after fire Saturday night

    AKRON – Ellet High School in Akron is closed on Monday after a fire damaged a portion of the building over the weekend. According to the Akron Fire Department, firefighters were called to the school on Saturday night around 11 p.m. Once they arrived, they found light smoke throughout the hallways. Back up was called, including 4 fire engines, 2 ladder trucks, 2 battalion commanders, a medical unit, a shift commander and an arson investigator. After searching throughout the building, […]

  • Two killed, including 6-year-old boy, in Ravenna Township crash

    RAVENNA TOWNSHIP, Ohio – Two people were killed, one of them being a 6-year-old boy, in a Portage County crash on Saturday evening. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, a military Humvee being driven by 20-year-old Jeremy R. Taylor went left of center on State Route 14 just after 6 p.m. Taylor first side-swiped a PT Cruiser. That driver was not injured. Taylor then hit a Kia sedan head-on. Bryan M. Bargar, 34, and Wyatt Bentley, 6, were both riding […]

  • Stipe Miocic retains UFC Heavyweight title, defeats Alistair Overeem

    Cleveland!!! You still have a champion!!!! #UFC203 #AndStill — #UFC203 (@ufc) September 11, 2016 CLEVELAND – Stipe Miocic  defeated Alistair Overeem via TKO the first round to retain the UFC Heavyweight title on Saturday night at Quicken Loans Arena. Miocic became the UFC Heavyweight Champion after he knocked out the former UFC champion Fabricio Werdum in the first round earlier this year. Miocic was 15-2 going into Saturday’s fight. The Northeast Ohio native is not only a UFC competitor, but he’s also a […]

  • Saturday scores: Final high school football scores for Week 3

    It was another big day and night of high school football. **CLICK HERE to see all of Saturday’s final scores** Here’s a look at some of the final scores in Saturday’s matchups: Lutheran East beat Whitney Young, 28-12. Wickliffe topped Rhodes, 40-14 NDCL took the victory against University School, 38-0 Holy Name topped Lake Catholic, 34-10 Tiffin Calvert fell to Norwalk St. Paul, 19-24 St. Eds defeated Glenville, 41-0 St. Ignatius defeated Valley Forge, 49-0 Western Reserve defeated Steubenville Catholic Center, […]

  • Video: See Wayne Dawson bust a move!

    Sometimes you just have to dance, right? Wayne Dawson thinks so! He shared a video on his Instagram Saturday night busting a move right in his living room. In the caption, Wayne said: Re-living Morris Day and the Time …#throwback #thetime #prince Great moves, Wayne!

  • Washington first grader sent home for not providing school with EpiPen

    KIRKLAND, Wash. – Nicholas Quezada was enjoying the second day of first grade when he was sent home. According to KOMO, his school said he could not return unless he had an EpiPen for his peanut allergy. Nicholas’ parents had been treating his mild allergy with Benadryl, but the school said that wasn’t enough. He either needed an EpiPen or a note from a doctor that he no longer had the allergy. One problem, Nicholas is still allergic to peanuts. “When the […]

  • Ohio State defeats Tulsa, 48-3

    COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Buckeyes are now 2-0 after their 48-3  win over Tulsa on Saturday. The first quarter was slow on both sides of the ball, as both teams only scored once. In the middle of the second quarter, the Buckeyes failed to get into the end zone once again, kicking another field goal to take a 6-3 lead. They scored two more times to take a 20-3 lead before a rain delay. The Buckeyes didn’t slow down after the […]

  • Hundreds come out to support the 18th annual Walk to End Lupus Now

    CLEVELAND – Although the Indians were out of town, things were very busy at Progressive Field on Saturday morning. It was the 18th annual Walk to End Lupus Now. Last year, nearly 2,000 people attended the walk. Organizers say the most important part of raising awareness is understanding the disease. If you need more information, CLICK HERE.

  • New Jersey boy calls 911, saves his mother’s life

    BRICK TOWNSHIP, New Jersey – A 7-year-old New Jersey boy is being called a hero by his mother after he helped save her life. According to New Jersey News 12, Christine went into diabetic shock and Aden called 911. “I didn’t know what was going on.  I knew she was crying,” says Aden. “I didn’t know like what until she said, ‘Help, help.’” During the 911 call, a dispatcher stayed on the line with Aden until help arrived. Read more […]

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