A cool-down is on the way.
After 90 today, highs will be in the low-to-mid 70’s tomorrow and Sunday.
Classes at BGSU-Firelands are canceled due to a power outage.
However, staff members should report back at 1 this afternoon. Evening programs will proceed as scheduled, including the Carol Crane Youth Theater production of Seussical.
It’s Football Friday and tonight on sister station K96, we’ll be live in Huron as the Tigers take on Bellevue.
Pregame coverage begins at 6:30 with kickoff at 7. On 95.3 WLKR, it’s John Hay at Norwalk, followed by Monroeville at Edison. Tomorrow night, we’ll have Tiffin Calvert at St. Paul, and then we’ll join the Ohio State and Virginia Tech in progress.
A $500 reward is being offered, for information leading to the arrests of three suspects who broke into a Bellevue business earlier this week.
The three entered Thomas Steel on Elm Street just after midnight Tuesday. According to reports, they were there for an hour, and damaged doors, cabinets and equipment, before making off with a small amount of cash. The burglary was caught on video. You can see it, on the Bellevue Police Department’s Facebook page. Anyone with information should contact the Bellevue Police Department.
Bellevue Police are looking into an alleged stabbing involving two siblings, ages 11 and 15.
It happened Wednesday at a home on East Center Street. A domestic violence charge is pending.
A man accused of killing four men in Bucyrus is due back in court one week from today.
41-year-old Donald Wayne Hoffman was in Crawford County Municipal Court yesterday, where bond was set at $10 million. Hoffman is charged with four counts each of aggravated murder and aggravated robbery. He reportedly confessed to killing the men earlier this week.
Huron County Auditor Roland Tkach is encouraging qualified homeowners to submit homestead applications for the next tax year.
The homestead exemption allows homeowners who are 65, or will turn 65 this year, or who are totally and permanently disabled to reduce the value of their homestead property by $25,000 of the market value from property taxes. Any homeowner currently receiving the homestead exemption does not need to re-apply this year. Applications are available online at huroncountyauditor.org.
A new TV series highlighting Huron High School’s football program is debuting today on The Weather Channel.
Last week, a production crew was in Huron, to film segments for ’12 weeks, 12 towns’. The program focuses on passionate high school football towns. Segments will air once each hour, between the :30 and :50 minute mark. It’s not known which hour Huron will be featured. Also, breaking news or weather updates could affect air times.
In terms of fundraising, August was a successful month for Governor John Kasich.
The Republican incumbent raised $1.2 million for his re-election campaign. That’s about 10 times more than Democratic challenger Ed Fitzgerald brought in.
Good news, for some Cleveland Browns fans.
Raycom-owned television stations are back on DirecTV. That includes Channel 19, WOIO in Cleveland, and WTOL, Channel 11 in Toledo. Those channels, along with WUAB, Channel 43 were blacked out earlier this week, due to a contract dispute between Raycom and DirecTV. That means Browns fans who subscribe to DirecTV will be able to watch Sunday’s opener against Pittburgh.
A federal judge has blocked state officials from cutting evening and weekend hours from early voting.
The judge said the law hurts low-income and minority voters. Early voting would begin September 30th under the judge’s order, but state officials say they will appeal.