Wednesday, May 15, 2013

A Castalia resident was flown to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, after her car was hit by a dump truck.

Hospital officials did not provide a condition update, on 20-year-old Kaitlin Tuttle. She was injured early yesterday afternoon, when she pulled in front of the dump truck at Billings and Portland roads in Groton Township. Her mother, Rebecca Tuttle was taken to The Bellevue Hospital. The truck driver, Christopher Royster of Sandusky was taken to Firelands Regional Medical Center, for treatment of minor injuries.


A Norwalk woman injured in a Monday night rollover crash remains incritical condition.

Theresa Franz is a patient at Cleveland MetroHealth Medical Center. As we first told you yesterday, she was flown there, after the crash on Washington Road, near Halfway Road in Ridgefield Township. The State Highway Patrol’s Norwalk Post is investigating the crash.


A decision on possible charges could be made soon in the case of a Norwalk police officer accused of hitting his girlfriend.

The Mansfield Law Director’s Office is investigating the allegations and will decide within several days if charges should be filed.  The alleged April assault occurred in Richland County.  The victim is a corrections officer in Huron County.


Sandusky school officials have unveiled plans for a new school.

The Regional Center for Advanced Academic Studies will open in August, in the former Jackson Junior High building. The school will be open to younger, gifted students from Sandusky and surrounding districts.


Charges are pending, against a Western Reserve High School student accused of taking part in two burglaries in Wakeman.

According to reports, the 17-year-old boy told other students about the late April, and early May break-ins. When interviewed by deputies and Wakeman police, the boy admitted his role, and turned over stolen property from one of the burglaries. He also led to the recovery of items taken in the second break-in. He’s in juvenile lockup. Others will be charged in connection with the crimes.


With casinos and ‘racinos’ up and running in Ohio, sales of instant lottery tickets are down.

Ohio Lottery scratch-off ticket sales have fallen four percent since last May…That translates into nearly $57 million.


The Huron County Board of Elections will meet twice next week.

The Board will meet at 8:30 Monday morning to accept or reject provisional ballots from the May 7th election. The board will meet again Wednesday at 8:30, to certify results from the election. Both meetings will be held in the Huron County Administration building.


The Edison school board meeting scheduled for later today has been pushed back to 7pm next Wednesday.

The Board of Education will discuss the district’s new five-year forecast, and will eliminate pay-to-play fees.


Coming up this afternoon on 95.3, WLKR:

Interleague baseball between the Cleveland Indians and the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia.  Indians Warm-Up begins at 12:37, with game time at 1:05.