Police are continuing to investigate a crash that shut down US 62 eastbound Wednesday morning. The crash happened just before 7:00 on Route 62 at California Avenue NE. Officers say an SUV and a pickup truck collided with the SUV landing on its side in a ditch. No word on the injuries of the crash victims. The lanes were reopened around 7:45 Wednesdsay morning.
Three of four supsects wanted in a Canton shooting are now behind bars. Police say they arrested 25 year old Adrian Evans Tuesday evening in connection with the shooting at Walthers Cafe earlier this month. 22 year olds Antonio Wallace and Justice Hunter were arrested shortly after that shooting. Three men were shot outside of the bar on October 11th, non suffered life-threatening injures. Police are still searching for 22 year old Jermaine Pleasant, described as black, 5 feet 11 inches tall roughly 175 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call the Canton Police Department's Detective Bureau.
Jury deliberations continued Wednesday in the trial of Marcus Cobb. Cobb is accused of aiding four teens from Cleveland in a robbery that ended in the death of a Canton man. Prosecutors believe the 27 year old Cobb is the man who pulled the trigger and shot and killed 19 year old Michael Sibert in a Canton apartment back in December. Cobb is facing several charges including complicity to murder. The teens reportedly entered into a plea deal for their testimonies against Cobb. Cobb faces up to 15 years to life in prison if convicted.
CLEVELAND â If you donât come to the campfire, you wind up playing the role of the marshmallow: roasted. Gov. John Kasich was subjected to the fire last night throughout Ohioâs only gubernatorial debate this year, between Democrat Ed FitzGerald and Green Party nominee Anita Rios.
Under an agreement that starts with central Ohioâs first five Ebola cases going to Ohio State Universityâs Wexner Medical Center, Franklin County hospitals will work together to care for patients with the deadly virus should it reach here.
Columbus City Schools Superintendent Dan Good said that state law and board policy required the district to pay bonuses this week to administrators who have been implicated in the districtâs data-rigging scandal. Although it was legally the correct thing to do, âI knew in the court of public opinion that this would be problematic,â Good said yesterday.
Nick Ellison, managing partner for the new Hofbrauhaus at Grandview Yard, knows how to appeal to the masses in Columbus. Put a scarlet âBlock Oâ on the wall. The restaurant will open on Tuesday, and much of it is like any other Hofbrauhaus in the chain: wooden bench seating for hundreds in its soaring beer hall, German food by the plateful, huge wooden bar and only house-brewed beers on tap, which are served at 41 or 42 degrees.