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Police questioning relatives of child discovered from gorilla

June 1, 2016 Columbus No Comments
CINCINNATI (AP) – Police pronounced Tuesday they are questioning a relatives of a 3-year-old child who fell into a chimpanzee enclosing during a Cincinnati Zoo and had to be discovered by a group that shot a 400-pound animal to death. Authorities pronounced a examination will demeanour during a parents’ actions heading adult to a occurrence – not a operation of a zoo, that is overseen by a U.S. D

Warm, dry temperatures approaching Wednesday, Jun 1: Northeast Ohio continue forecast

June 1, 2016 Cleveland No Comments
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Northeast Ohio can design dry and comfortable continue tonight by Wednesday. Tonight: No sleet tonight, due to a cold front sitting to a south of a Ohio area. Colder atmosphere has a most smaller ability to reason dampness than warmer air, so that is because sleet chances have decreased to nearby zero. Temperatures will still be in a high 70s by 7 p.m. Wednesday: Another dry day is in a forecast

Man indicted of defecating on scanner during Kroger in Cincinnati

June 1, 2016 Cincinnati No Comments
Colin MurphyHamilton Co. Sheriff’s Dept.  CINCINNATI, Ohio — A Cincinnati male has been charged with open obscenity and unfinished control after he nude exposed and defecated on a scanning device during a grocery store, military say. Colin Murphy, 23, was arrested Sunday after a occurrence during a Kroger store in Hyde Park, a Cincinnati neighborhood, reports. Police reports uncover Murphy

Akron male shot to genocide after argument, military say

June 1, 2016 Akron No Comments
Terita BolarAkron police  AKRON, Ohio — A 31-year-old Akron male died after he was shot several times during an evidence early Sunday, military said. Police are still looking for a shooter. Officers sent to examine a news of a sharpened found Jadrine Cole about 4:30 a.m. with mixed gunshot wounds. He was found inside a home in a 700 retard of Long Avenue, military said. He was taken to Akron General Medical

West Creek Conservancy looking to acquire a apportionment of Parmadale for immature space

June 1, 2016 Parma No Comments
PARMA, Ohio – If all goes as planned, a West Creek Conservancy will be appropriation a apportionment of a Parmadale skill from a Catholic Charities in partnership with a City of Parma and a Cleveland Metroparks. Parmadale is owned by Catholic Charities, a partial of a Catholic Diocese of Cleveland, and in 2014, a services during a site were consolidated. While several services will sojourn during a strange locati

Dogwood Pool won’t open Saturday

June 1, 2016 Canton No Comments
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Pope Francis names Spanish-speaking auxiliary bishop for Philadelphia

June 1, 2016 Lorain No Comments
Saying “one of my weaknesses is that we don’t pronounce Spanish,” Archbishop Charles J. Chaput on Tuesday announced a appointment of Monsignor Edward M. Deliman as a newest auxiliary bishop of Philadelphia, with a goal to offer a vast Hispanic community. Slideshow Deliman,

Woman mistaken for mom of child who fell in chimpanzee enclosure

June 1, 2016 Hamilton No Comments
An Ohio mother, who has never set feet in a Cincinnati Zoo, is now held in a center of an online outrage. Hamilton County’s prosecutor says an examination into a weekend occurrence during a Cincinnati Zoo will take place. More Harambe, a 17-year-old masculine lowland gorilla, was shot passed Saturday during a Cincinnati Zoo.

Police: Lake Wawasee boater flees, arrested for OWI

June 1, 2016 Springfield No Comments
The above video was posted on Facebook by Steve Wygant. Patrick Thomas Cochran has not been charged with any offenses associated to this incident, however a review is ongoing. LAKE WAWASEE, Ind. (WANE) A 20-year-old Ohio male is confronting mixed charges following an review on Lake Wawasee Saturday dusk that was instituted when a vessel was seen using over a float raft progressing in a day. According to an occurren

Abortion hospital fit settled

June 1, 2016 Kettering No Comments
The state of Ohio will compensate $45,447 in authorised bills for Planned Parenthood as partial of a allotment of a lawsuit involving a ordering of fetuses. Planned Parenthood sued a state of Ohio final Dec after Attorney General Mike DeWine indicted a Cincinnati hospital and dual others of violating state law by disposing of fetal hankie in landfills. DeWine had launched a examine to establish possibly certain ter

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