Friday, April 4, 2014

A Flood Watch is in effect until 5 today, and a Wind Advisory will begin at 2, and last until 11 tonight.


If Mother Nature cooperates, the Indians home opener will be played today.

The Tribe and Minnesota Twins are scheduled to play at 3:05pm. But, the forecast for Cleveland is for showers and thunderstorms through late afternoon. We’ll be live at Progressive Field, starting at noon. You hear comments from players, coaches and front office personnel, along with Indians play-by-play announcer Jim Rosenhaus. After that, stick around for Indians Warm Up at 2:37, on 95.3, WLKR.


A Fremont man accused of killing his estranged wife, then surviving two self-inflicted gunshot wounds to the head will stand trial this fall.

The trial of Randy Ross was scheduled to begin Monday in Ottawa County Common Pleas court, but it was moved to October 6th. Ross is accused of shooting Amy Ross at her sister’s home near Oak Harbor in late March of 2013. He then turned the gun on himself, but somehow survived two shots to the head. He’s now facing death, by lethal injection.


A Sandusky woman is facing a felony theft charge, for allegedly swindling more than $1,000 from a senior citizen.

When questioned by police, the suspect, Kimberly Moots claimed a Nigerian man she was dating online was responsible for stealing the money. But bank records show Moots used the victim’s debit card nearly two dozen times between early and mid-March. Transactions occurred at fast food restaurants, gas stations and stores. Records also showed payments were made for cell phone and electricity. Moots is described as a family friend of the victim. She’s now in the Erie County Jail, in lieu of $5,000 bond.


Norwalk City Schools will conduct kindergarten registration and screening the week of April 21st, by appointment only.

Your child must be five years old before August 1st. To make an appointment, go to, or call 419-660-1816. Parents must bring copies of the child’s birth certificate, immunization records and custody papers, if necessary.


A reminder that Skywarn spotter training will be offered Tuesday, at Norwalk High School’s Fisher-Titus Learning Center.

The free program will begin at 6:30, and will last two hours.