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Lawsuit filed after group claims racial disrespect at local Bahama Breeze

ORANGE VILLAGE, Ohio - A lawsuit is being filed against the Bahama Breeze restaurant in Orange Village. The suit alleges claims for "race discrimination in public accommodations, and civil liability for the crime of making false alarms." The suit was announced Monday by Chandra Law Firm on behalf of a group of women who are the plaintiffs in the incident. → Read More

Child struck by car in Brook Park passes away

BROOK PARK, Ohio — A child who was struck by a vehicle Saturday in Brook Park has passed away from her injuries. Police say the vehicle exited the Mary Queen of Apostles parking lot, crossed Engle Road and then entered a private drive, striking the 8-year-old girl. The child was transported to Southwest Hospital, where she died just after 7:30 p.m. → Read More

Medina event honors fallen Ohio officers, 9/11 victims

MEDINA, Ohio - The FDNY Tunnel to Towers 5K Run/Walk comes to Medina's town square this Sunday, as the nation begins to mark the 17th 9/11 anniversary. The Tunnel to Tower run is held across the nation to mark the last steps of NY firefighter Stephen Stiller, who left Brooklyn on the day of the attacks to make his way through Battery Tunnel into the city. → Read More

Cavs sign guard David Nwaba

CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed guard David Nwaba to a one-year contract, the team announced on Saturday. The deal is for the veteran's minimum of $1.5 million. Nwaba spent last season with the Chicago Bulls, playing in 70 games. He averaged 7.9 points and 4.7 rebounds. He has also played for the Lakers and their G League team, South Bay Lakers. → Read More

Woman injured in 2017 Ohio State Fair ride accident passes away

COLUMBUS, Ohio - One of the victims injured in the ride accident at the 2017 Ohio State Fair has passed away. 18-year-old Jennifer Lambert died Friday, according to her family's attorney. Jennifer had been in a long-term care facility in Geneva since then. She was injured when one of the six gondolas on the Fire Ball ride at the fair broke loose. → Read More

Cleveland police release more details on East 121th homicide, suspect in custody

CLEVELAND - Cleveland police have released more details on a Tuesday evening shooting that left one dead and one injured. Two people were shot on East 121st Street at 7:22 p.m. The victims were sitting in a car when another car pulled up. The suspect, Walter Jackson, 20, walked over to the victims' car an opened the doors. Gunshots were exchanged, and Jackson's car sped away from the scene. → Read More

Two Iceland air carriers stop flights from Cleveland during winter

CLEVELAND — Two Icelandic air carriers have cancelled their winter flights from Cleveland. Icelandair's service between Cleveland and Iceland will end Oct. 31 and start again on Mar. 22. Wow Air is suspending service from Cleveland in late October. → Read More

Akron to open cooling centers as heat wave continues

AKRON, Ohio - With temperatures and humidity levels soaring Tuesday and Wednesday, the City of Akron is opening four cooling centers. Each of the cooling centers is located at a community center. They will be open for extended hours from 8:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. Get the latest Fox 8 weather forecast here. → Read More

Cleveland woman dies after shots fired into home

CLEVELAND - A 35-year-old Cleveland woman died from gunshot wounds after bullets were fired into her home early Tuesday morning. Cleveland police say that the woman was sitting in the living room of a home on East 92nd Street just before 1 a.m. when "multiple shots" were fired at the house. She was shot in the torso and taken to University Hospitals, where she died from her injuries. → Read More

How to beat the heat high school football-style: practice at 6 a.m!

MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio - Northeast Ohio is in the midst of an early September heat wave.'s high school football season. And putting on all that equipment and running drills on a steaming field is not only could be downright dangerous. So Mayfield High football had a thought: let's get up early (really early) and practice before the heat gets too intense. → Read More

Labor Day weekend extended for over 100 school districts due to heat

CLEVELAND - Over 100 northeast Ohio schools have cancelled classes for Tuesday due to the extreme heat. Some of the larger districts affected are Parma, Mentor and a number of schools in the Cleveland school district. Follow the list of school closings here. Elyria City Schools announced they will be closed Tuesday - what would have been their first day of school - due to heat. → Read More

Coast Guard suspends search for boater missing off of Vermilion after body found

VERMILION, Ohio - The Coast Guard suspended the search for a boater missing from Lake Erie near Vermilion after a body matching his description was located Saturday. At around 9 p.m. Friday evening, a 23-foot Sea Ray washed up on the shore near Cranberry Creek. A search of the boat turned up a cell phone, wallet and a hand-held CPS fish-finder, which was still working. → Read More

University of Akron, Akron police issue public safety advisory after two overnight assaults

AKRON, Ohio - The City of Akron and the University of Akron are asking the public if anyone has any information about two overnight incidents that occurred behind businesses on East Exchange Street. Both crimes happened between 3:15 and 4:15 a.m. Sunday in the 400 block of East Exchange. → Read More

Cleveland police: Missing 12-year-old girl found in good health

CLEVELAND - Cleveland police have located a 12-year-old girl who was reported missing Friday night. Police said Saturday that Keniesha Harrison has been located in good health. Harrison reportedly left home on Friday, August 31 at about 5:45 p.m. Her mother told police that she was going to a party in a park and never came back home. → Read More

Kent State grad plans to hold rally, despite school’s order to stop advertising it

KENT, Ohio - A Kent State University alum has responded to the school's demand that she stop advertising her planned second amendment rally. Kaitlin Bennett emailed the Fox 8 newsroom Saturday morning with the following statement: "My attorney has advised me to reject the cease and desist and continue the rally as planned." → Read More

No. 5 Ohio State tops Oregon State 77-31 in season opener

COLUMBUS -- With coach Urban Meyer serving a suspension, new starting quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. had a record-setting day, throwing for five touchdowns as No. 5 Ohio State routed Oregon State 77-31 in the opener for both teams Saturday. The Beavers came into Ohio Stadium Saturday as 38-point underdogs. → Read More

Coast Guard searching for missing man off Vermilion

VERMILION, Ohio - The Coast Guard, along with Vermilion authorities, is searching for a missing boater off the coast of Vermilion. At around 9 p.m. Friday evening, a 23-foot Sea Ray washed up on the shore near Cranberry Creek. A search of the boat turned up a cell phone, wallet and a hand-held CPS fish-finder, which was still working. → Read More

I -Team: One dead, seven people shot at club on Cleveland’s east side

CLEVELAND - Sources tell the Fox 8 I-Team that eight people were shot - one fatally - early Saturday morning near Lakeside Avenue and East 33rd Street. Officers were called to Club X at 3232 Lakeside Ave. at around 1 a.m. A 31-year-old woman was taken to MetroHealth with a gunshot wound to her head. Officers found her in the back of the bar. She was pronounced dead at the hospital. → Read More

No charges to be filed in complaint against Chagrin Falls Yours Truly restaurant

CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio - No charges will be filed against the owner of the Yours Truly restaurant in Chagrin Falls, after a customer accused him of misconduct. The customer, Latia Phillips-Bey, claimed the owner of the establishment grabbed her arm and acted "extremely aggressive" after she complained and sent her food back. → Read More

Kent man arrested for rape of woman he met on dating website

COVENTRY TOWNSHIP, Ohio - The Summit County Sheriff has made an arrest in a rape that began when the victim arranged to meet the suspect after connecting on a dating website. Matthew Fountaine, 41, of Kent, was arrested for rape on August 27 and taken to the Summit County Jail. → Read More