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  • Richmond Heights police: Fight between boyfriend, ex-boyfriend leads to shooting death

    RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Police released more details Sunday afternoon surrounding the shooting death of a man in Richmond Heights. Police said around 3:50 Sunday morning, two men were visiting a mutual friend at Dorchester Village Apartments on Ruth Ellen Drive when they got into an argument. Richmond Heights Police Chief Gene Rowe told FOX 8 the physical altercation was between a current boyfriend and the ex-boyfriend of a resident at the location. At some point during the fight, the victim […]

  • Seen on TV: 9/30/18

    Here are the web links for Sunday, September 30, 2018: Click here for info on the Red Cross, Northeast Ohio region Click here to register to vote Click here for information on registering to vote in Cuyahoga County Click here for information on the 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer’s Click here for more on the walk against breast cancer in Cleveland Click here for Ohio Department of Education school report cards Click here to enter “Fuel Your School” Click here for more on the Ronald McDonald House Click […]

  • Seen on TV: 9/29/18

    Here are the web links for Saturday, September 29, 2018: Click here for info on the Red Cross, Northeast Ohio region Click here to register to vote Click here for information on registering to vote in Cuyahoga County Click here for information on the 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer’s Click here for more on the walk against breast cancer in Cleveland Click here for Ohio Department of Education school report cards Click here to enter “Fuel Your School” Click here for more on the Ronald McDonald House Click […]

  • Northeast Ohio women share moving messages in beautiful ‘rainbow baby’ photo shoot

    NORTH CANTON, Ohio — A moving photo shoot features six Northeast Ohio mothers who all share something very personal. Nicole DeHoff, who photographed the women, tells FOX 8 all of the women have experienced a loss, whether it was a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss. “The purpose of the shoot was to raise awareness about miscarriage, still birth and infant loss. One in 4 women have experienced a loss, and we want them to know they’re not alone, and they […]

  • Streetsboro police looking to locate man accused of stealing donation jar meant for sick children

    STREETSBORO, Ohio — Streetsboro police are looking for a man accused of stealing a donation jar. According to a post on the Streetsboro Police Department Facebook page, on September 18, a man and woman came into the Circle K. Police say the man helped himself to the donation jar for the Children’s Miracle Network — a non-profit that raises funds for children’s hospitals. It’s not known how much money was taken. Streetsboro police are hoping someone recognizes him. If you […]

  • Lorain City Schools ‘taking every necessary measure’ to be sure students are safe after social media threat

    LORAIN, Ohio –The Lorain City School District addressed on Thursday a threat posted to social media. “It was brought to the attention of the district that an unknown individual has made a threatening post on social media,” the district wrote in a letter to students and parents. The district and the Lorain Police Department said they are aware of the post made to Snapchat and are fully investigating. The district said the post was vague and did not mention any […]

  • Fairview Park police looking for suspect who carjacked woman using box cutter

    FAIRVIEW PARK, Ohio — Fairview Park police are looking for a suspect who carjacked a woman using a box cutter. According to police, the woman was sitting in her car on Lorain Road during a work break at just after 1 p.m. Thursday. She says that’s when a man ran up and opened her car door, and told her he just wanted the car. Police say she tried to fight him off, but was unsuccessful.  He took off in the […]

  • Cleveland police investigating shooting death of woman on city’s east side

    CLEVELAND — Cleveland police are investigating the shooting death of a woman on the city’s east side. Police say a 36-year-old woman was the victim of multiple gunshot wounds at E 121st Street  on Wednesday afternoon; she passed away at the hospital. Family members identify the victim as Shavonne Willis and shared photos of her with FOX 8. No arrests have been made.  

  • Update: Strongsville police find 89-year-old man with dementia

    STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — The search for a missing elderly man with dementia ended early Thursday when the man was located safely. The Ohio Attorney General cancelled the Missing Adult Alert for Richard Waddell, 89, of Strongsville, around 3:30 a.m. Thursday. No details on where the man was found were released, but they said he was “located safely.” Strongsville police asked for the public’s assistance in locating Waddell — who suffers from dementia — after he left his home Wednesday afternoon […]

  • Missing 78-year-old Warren man found safe

    WARREN, Ohio — A Missing Adult Alert was issued Wednesday evening for a Trumbull County man, but, thankfully, he has been found safe. The public was asked to be on the lookout for Paul Byrne, 78. Byrne left his Warren home on foot at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday and had not returned. Authorities were concerned because they said Byrne suffers from dementia. Once again, he has been found safe.

  • Another chance to see Elton John: Legendary singer now coming to Cleveland twice as part of farewell tour

    CLEVELAND — Elton John fans, listen up: The legendary singer added 25 new tour dates to his farewell tour, and Cleveland is on the list (again)! In January, the singer announced he was retiring from the road at the end of his three-year global tour. The 71-year-old’s “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour began in September and is already stopping at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on Saturday, November 3 at 8:00 p.m. Now, Elton John will be back next November, […]

  • Doylestown Police Department mourning loss of K-9 Qoose

    DOYLESTOWN, Ohio — The Doylestown Police Department in Wayne County is mourning the loss of its beloved K-9. In a post on Facebook, the department wrote, “It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of K9 Qoose.” Qoose was partners with Chief Casey Tester from August 2006-May 2016. The pup patrolled the village with Chief Tester and assisted neighboring agencies when called upon, the department wrote. Qoose was responsible for numerous drug arrests.   He spent his final years […]

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