Unlike last Friday, it should be a cool, crisp night for high school football.
Tonight’s forecast calls for cloudy skies, and a low near 50. We’ll check our broadcast schedule, and other games in sports.
Convicted Chardon High School shooter TJ Lane is back behind bars, after escaping from a western Ohio prison.
Two other inmates escaped with Lane. One was caught last night, the other, around 4:30 this morning.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that four small tornadoes touched down in northeast Ohio Wednesday evening.
All four were classified as EF-0 twisters, with winds up to 85 miles per hour. Three of the tornadoes touched down in Portage County, while the other hit Summit County. Another small tornado touched down near Delphos, in western Ohio.
18 months in prison and a $5,000 fine for a Monroeville man accused of growing marijuana in Norwalk.
32-year-old Thomas Sterling was sentenced yesterday in Huron County Common Pleas Court. Sterling was arrested in March after police found dozens of marijuana plants growing inside the former Berardi’s building on Cleveland Road. Authorities said it was one of the largest marijuana growing operations in Huron County.
A lawmaker from Sandusky County wants to toughen Ohio’s laws on texting-while-driving.
Republican Rex Damschroder of Fremont wants texting-while-driving to become a primary offense, meaning police would not need another reason for pulling over offenders. Texting-while-driving is currently considered a secondary offense, just like driving without a seat belt. Damschroder wants the Ohio House to consider the change this fall.
BGSU-Firelands in Huron will present its 44th annual College Night, from 6:30 until 8pm Tuesday, in the main conference room of the Cedar Point Center.
High school students and adults will be able to speak with representatives from dozens of colleges, universities and schools of nursing.Information on financial aid will be available as well.
Halloweekends are back at Cedar Point.
The Sandusky amusement park will be open from 6pm until midnight Fridays, 11am until midnight Saturdays, and 11am until 8pm Sundays. Halloweekends will run through November 2nd.
The North Street Phase II Project in Monroeville is complete, and the street is open.
A reminder that North Street is a 25 mph zone.