It ended around 2am this morning.
A 12th inning, walk-off homerun gave the Cleveland Indians a 7-4 win over the Boston Red Sox. Asdrubel Cabrera was the hero.
Today is the final day of classes, for students in the Norwalk City Schools.
A former Fremont Ross coach is facing a sex charge, for his involvement with a 17-year-old female student.
36-year-old Johnny Alridge was arrested yesterday for sexual battery. The former assistant football and track coach resigned, before his arrest. According to reports, Alridge and the girl had sex several times between February and May, at a Fremont motel. Authorities are investigating allegations that Alridge had sex with other students. He’s currently free on $25,000 bond.
Another mental health evaluation could be in store, for a Norwalk woman trying to plead ‘not guilty by reason of insanity’, for allegedly trying to stab a Huron County deputy.
Public Defender David Longo has until Monday, to request a second evaluation of 54-year-old Blanche Myers. Longo said he has questions about the first report, which says Myers doesn’t have a mental defect or disability. Myers is charged with felonious assault, for allegedly trying to stab a deputy, after a February disturbance at her Greenwich-Milan Townline Road home. She’s scheduled to stand trial next month.
A Lancaster, Ohio man will spend over a decade in prison for holding up a Willard grocery store.
Yesterday, Huron County Common Pleas Court Judge James Conway sentenced 47-year-old Michael Fette to 12 years behind bars for robbing Missler’s IGA at gunpoint last August. He was caught minutes after the holdup. Fette will begin serving the sentence after he’s done serving eight years for crimes committed in Logan County. He also has pending cases in four other Ohio counties.
A weak tornado touched down in southwest Ohio yesterday.
The EF-0 twister, with winds of 85 miles per hour, damaged the roof of Lynchburg-Clay High School in Highland County. There were no injuries.
Members of the Republican National Convention’s Site Selection Committee have left Cleveland.
The group is now in Kansas City. The committee is gathering information about Cleveland and KC, and will make stops in Dallas and Denver. One of those cities is expected to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
A big weekend is in store, at Cedar Point.
‘CoasterMania!’ is scheduled for tomorrow. Adrenaline junkies from around the globe will ride Cedar Point’s world-renowned roller coasters. Sunday, it’s ‘Coasting for Kids’. Participants will ride the Gemini and Magnum XL-200 all day, to help raise money for Give Kids the World, a non-profit organization that treats children with life- threatening illnesses and their families to a cost-free fantasy vacation.