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Past articles by Natasha:

Judge denies Britney Spears’ request to remove father as conservator: reports

A judge denied Britney Spears’ request to remove her father from his role as conservator of her estate, according to multiple reports. Her attorney, Sam Ingham III, asked the court to suspend Jamie Spears from conservatorship duties and replace him with the Bessemer Trust, which is currently a co-conservator of the estate. → Read More

Bill Cosby breaks silence with tweet on prison release

Bill Cosby is speaking out after having his sexual assault conviction overturned and being released from prison Wednesday. Cosby, 83, who did not speak during a media briefing with his attorneys Wednesday evening, has now released a statement on Twitter regarding the verdict. → Read More

Cosby flashes peace sign; attorneys say he’s happy to be home after ‘unjust sentence’

Bill Cosby was released to his home in the Philadelphia suburbs Wednesday after Pennsylvania’s highest court threw out his sexual assault conviction and released him from prison. When he arrived to his house, Cosby was seen flashing a peace sign as he exited the car. He then went inside his home and rested before making a media appearance alongside his attorneys. → Read More

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld dead at 88

Retired politician Donald Rumsfeld has died at 88 years old. → Read More

Olmsted Falls native makes Olympic pole vault team

Congratulations and good luck to Olmsted Falls native Katie Nageotte! She is headed to the Tokyo Olympic games after winning the Olympic trials on Saturday in the women’s pole vault. → Read More

Man fatally shot near Cleveland bus stop: Police

Cleveland police are investigating after a 53-year-old man was fatally shot Saturday afternoon. According to police, officers responded to E 125th Street and Superior Avenue around 2:35 p.m. for reports of a shooting. → Read More

Indians OF Josh Naylor injured, removed from Sunday’s game

MINNEAPOLIS (WJW) — Cleveland Indians outfielder Josh Naylor was removed from Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Twins due to an injury. According to the Indians, Naylor was involved in a collision in shallow right field. Footage of the incident shared on social media shows Naylor collided with second baseman Ernie Clement before spinning in the […] → Read More

Nearly 500 Cleveland bikers ride to ‘Back the Blue’

A Back the Blue motorcycle run took off this morning in Cleveland. → Read More

Former Ohio State gymnast makes Olympic team

An Ohio State alumni is heading to the the Tokyo Olympics. According to the Ohio State University Department of Athletics, gymnast Alec Yoder has made the United States Olympic Gymnastics Team and will be competing in Tokyo. → Read More

Cleveland police investigate 8 separate shootings over 24-hour period

Cleveland police are investigating eight separate shootings, one of which was fatal, that occurred in the city over a less than 24-hour period. According to police, the incidents took place between 7 p.m. Friday and 3:30 p.m. Saturday. → Read More

Company will pay you to eat pizza

The Slice delivery app is now hiring ambassadors who will be paid generously in pizza. Slice dedicates itself to supporting local pizza shops and is looking for 50 pizza experts to help promote pizzerias in their state. → Read More

Ohio Task Force 1 on alert for Miami deployment

Ohio Task Force 1 is preparing for possible deployment to Miami in wake of Thursday morning’s condominium collapse. The organization announced on Facebook that they have been placed on alert by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. → Read More

How to sign up for family stimulus checks

WASHINGTON (WJW) — Americans who qualify for the expanded child tax credit can enroll for direct payments starting next month, according to the Internal Revenue Service. President Joe Biden signed a law in March issuing temporary expansion to the child tax credit. This expansion will allow eligible families to receive monthly checks of up to […] → Read More

More fallout over Canton McKinley pizza incident

The Canton City School District Board of Education held a meeting Thursday evening to discuss discipline for a group of football coaches. During the meeting, the school board voted unanimously to terminate district employment of Joshua Grimsley, Frank McLeod and Zachary Sweat. Coach Marcus Wattley was suspended without pay from his district job, pending full termination review. → Read More

Cleveland traffic advisory: Police say drivers should expect delays during morning commute

The traffic lights are out on Euclid Avenue from Stokes Boulevard to Mayfield Road. Cleveland police have issued a traffic advisory for drivers heading into rush hour traffic on Thursday morning. → Read More

Derek Chauvin sentencing: A look at possible punishment for George Floyd’s death

**Watch the video above for our previous report from the one year anniversary of George Floyd’s death** MINNEAPOLIS (WJW/AP) — Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder and manslaughter in George Floyd’s death, will return to court on Friday where he could be sentenced for up to 30 years in prison. Chauvin’s sentencing […] → Read More

Final round winners of Ohio’s Vax-A-Million contest includes Cuyahoga County resident

The lucky winners of Ohio’s fifth and final Vax-a-Million drawing were just announced Wednesday evening. The Ohio Lottery randomly selected the names on Monday, then officials checked to make sure the winners of the $1 million prize and full-ride scholarship were eligible. → Read More

WATCH: Police release bodycam video of Pinecrest mob scene

Beachwood police now releasing new video of a mob scene at Pinecrest shopping center. According to police, there were an estimated 800 to 1000 juveniles who showed up for a free movie then several fights broke out. They began running through the complex after a witnessed claimed they heard gun fire. Officers used sirens, K-9’s, pepper spray, and pepper balls to break them up. → Read More

Jackson Township police investigating triple homicide, suicide

Police are investigating a triple murder-suicide that occurred in Stark County on Sunday. According to Jackson Township police, officers responded to the 6800 block of Salerno St. NW around 4:09 p.m. for a welfare check. When officers arrived on scene the found four deceased family members, police say. → Read More

Father’s Day Classic Car show underway in Berea

A classic car show honoring veterans is underway in downtown Berea. The Father’s Day Classic Car show runs 3-8 p.m. Admission is free with a $5 fee for cars on display. Event organizers say all proceeds from the show will benefit Berea’s Veterans Outreach Office. Hundreds of classic cars and trucks are expected to participate in the event. → Read More