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  • Community members, city leaders show support for Maple Heights carjacking victim

    MAPLE HEIGHTS, Ohio (WJW) — It was an emotional start to Wednesday’s Maple Heights City Council meeting.  City leaders and the community came together to honor a woman who was the victim in a horrific attack. Back in December, surveillance cameras were rolling outside the Magic Beauty Supply Store on Libby and Lee Roads. Anne Thompson of Garfield Heights had just left kidney dialysis and stopped at the store on her way home. Two men waited for her to get […]

  • Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson gives 2019 State of the City address

    CLEVELAND — Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson delivered his state of the city address Thursday night at the Cleveland Public Hall. During his speech, Major Jackson talked about Cleveland’s economy, which he says is growing. He also touched on jobs, healthcare, education and the growth of Cleveland’s neighborhoods, which has a major initiative for Jackson, who is in his fourth term. However, he started off his speech addressing his great-grandson, who is facing multiple charges related to gang activity. “I do […]

  • Kaulig Companies is teaming up with a Cleveland native to manage some of the world’s top athletes

    Kaulig Companies is teaming up with a Cleveland native to manage some of the world’s top athletes including many here in Northeast Ohio. The company has hired ASTR founder Jim Walter as president of the newly-formed Kaulig Sports and Entertainment division. Walter is a graduate of Saint Ignatius High School and will be bringing his success and world class athlete roster to Kaulig. Matt Kaulig and Kaulig Companies’ new division already has a high-profile roster including UFC Heavyweight Champion Stipe […]

  • Expungement Fair in Cleveland hopes to help wipe some people’s records clean

    CLEVELAND-Making sure a mistake in the past doesn’t haunt your future: That’s the idea behind an Expungement Fair being held Saturday in Cleveland. For the second year, the Cleveland Alumni Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is bringing back the fair to seal and expunge various types of convictions for both juveniles and adults. Judges, lawyers and legal experts will provide services to people who take advantage of the fair, and it’s free. “Felony convictions or even misdemeanors, they […]

  • Two cars crash into homes on same Cleveland street, one on site of Superman birthplace

    CLEVELAND —  Cleveland police are investigating a pair of car crashes on the city’s east side. Police said one car went into a home that sits on the site of the birthplace of Superman! The car crashed into a house on Parkwood Drive, on the same property where Man of Steel co-creator Joe Shuster once lived. The two people in the car were taken to the hospital and are in stable condition. The other car crashed at a home on […]

  • Behind the scenes with Francisco Lindor as he surprises fans at local car dealership

    He’s a player who needs no introduction. Indians shortstop and fan favorite Francisco Lindor is known for his big plays and even bigger smile. So imagine running into him when you’re out just looking for a new ride! We went behind the scenes with the All-Star as he surprised some fans at I-90 Nissan. Watch the video above for more.

  • Officer in ‘Fair’ Condition After Motorcycle Crash

    By Fox 8 News Reporter Allison Brown VALLEY VIEW, Ohio –Scary moments for the Valley View Police Department Saturday afternoon, as one of their own was injured on duty. Patrolman Bradley Dalton, a 19-year veteran on the force, was hit on his motorcycle at the intersection of Canal and Rockside Roads. The accident happened just a few minutes before shift change at 2:00 p.m. The officer was riding back to the station, going southbound on Canal, when police believe an […]

  • World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock in Northeast Ohio damaged

    SUGARCREEK, Ohio — Police in Sugarcreek are investigating damage to the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock. Authorities in the Tuscarawas County city say some children scaled a fence and hopped up on the clock. They were reportedly dancing with the figures on the clock as their parents looked on. The arms of the people on the clock were damaged and later fell off. Residents are offering a reward to find the people responsible. They also say security cameras will be installed. […]

  • Construction worker injured after being struck by car on I-71 at SR 176

    CLEVELAND — A construction worker was injured and taken to the hospital after being hit by a car while on the job. The worker was struck at around 11:15 a.m. when ODOT says a driver entered the work zone on I-71 southbound at SR 176. ODOT says employees were setting up portable barrier walls beneath the SR 176 southbound ramp bridge when it happened.

  • Painesville judge hands down another creative sentence

    PAINESVILLE, Ohio – A Painesville judge handed down a creative sentence Tuesday for a student accused of stealing a life ring. The student had been caught on surveillance video stealing the ring from Lake Metroparks. He was charged with criminal mischief and faced up to 60 days in jail. But, since the student was a senior, Judge Michael Cicconetti decided to cut him a break and not send him  to jail. Instead, the judge handed down one of his infamous […]

  • Veterinary hospital raises thousands to help police get new K-9 officer

    WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio – It was a special day for a local police department. In December 2017, the South Euclid Police Department lost one of its K-9 officers, Oktane, to cancer. The price to add another K-9 to the force was about $13,000. VCA Great Lakes Veterinary Specialists in Warrensville Heights helped to take care of Oktane when he was ill and they wanted to do something for the department after their loss. The practice set out to hopefully raise […]

  • Hot Sauce Williams on Carnegie shutting doors for good this weekend

    CLEVELAND — After more than 24 years in business, a local hot spot will serve up its last slab of ribs on Carnegie. But, don’t worry! Hot Sauce Williams is not saying goodbye for good. The restaurant will officially close its Carnegie Avenue location this weekend, but will continue to operate two other locations on Lee Road and on Superior in Glenville. The children of the original owners now run the business, but say it’s time to say goodbye. Deborah […]

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