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  • Fremont community mourns loss of missing man

    Fremont community mourns loss of missing man

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 11:00 PM EDT2014-07-23 03:00:01 GMT
    Those who knew Cory Barron in Fremont called him sweet, kind and a good man from a good family. Most in the tight-knit community were stunned to hear about his death."Deep down you pray that good will come out of it," says Timberly Kidwell, who coached Cory's sister. "You hate to hear that something like this is the outcome. I can't reiterate how great of a family this is, my heart is broken for them."Friends and family first reported the 22-year-old missing after they couldn't find him follo...
    Those who knew Cory Barron in Fremont called him sweet, kind and a good man from a good family. Most in the tight-knit community were stunned to hear about his death."Deep down you pray that good will come out of it," says Timberly Kidwell, who coached Cory's sister. "You hate to hear that something like this is the outcome. I can't reiterate how great of a family this is, my heart is broken for them."Friends and family first reported the 22-year-old missing after they couldn't find him follo...
  • Company issues nationwide fruit recall

    Company issues nationwide fruit recall

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 9:07 PM EDT2014-07-23 01:07:17 GMT
    A national recall is affecting customers who picked up fruit at Costco, Trader Joe's, Kroger or Walmart. Central California company Wawona Packing is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines and plums because of a possible listeria contamination. The affected fruit was packaged and shipped to retailers between June 1 and July 12. The company has since shut down its packing lines and sanitized the facility. They are urging anyone who has the fruit to throw it away. More information, i...
    A national recall is affecting customers who picked up fruit at Costco, Trader Joe's, Kroger or Walmart. Central California company Wawona Packing is voluntarily recalling peaches, nectarines and plums because of a possible listeria contamination. The affected fruit was packaged and shipped to retailers between June 1 and July 12. The company has since shut down its packing lines and sanitized the facility. They are urging anyone who has the fruit to throw it away. More information, i...
  • TPD looking for suspects who robbed 2 teenage boys

    TPD looking for suspects who robbed 2 teenage boys

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 6:13 PM EDT2014-07-22 22:13:17 GMT
    Toledo police are looking for the suspects who robbed two teens."As soon as we can get those pictures out for the public to view. We'll have those out. I'm confident we'll be able to catch and i-I the suspects after that's released," said Toledo police Sgt. Joe Heffernan. Toledo police say they were able to pull photo's of several suspects who followed two teenage boys on the University of Toledo trail and robbed them. "They felt that they were being followed by a group of other juveniles so ...
    Toledo police are looking for the suspects who robbed two teens."As soon as we can get those pictures out for the public to view. We'll have those out. I'm confident we'll be able to catch and i-I the suspects after that's released," said Toledo police Sgt. Joe Heffernan. Toledo police say they were able to pull photo's of several suspects who followed two teenage boys on the University of Toledo trail and robbed them. "They felt that they were being followed by a group of other juveniles so ...

MORNING NEWS DIGEST – November 27, 2012

"NEW" LOCAL

*Suspicious Morning Fire

Investigators are looking into a house fire on Doyle Street. It happened just before two this morning. Investigators say someone does live at the home but no one was home at the time. Firefighters say they found something unusual inside…but they're not telling us what.

*Oregon Stabbing

Oregon Police are investigating an early morning stabbing. It happened at a home on Cawdor Place. Officers told us a man was stabbed in the hand in what appears to be a case of domestic violence. Investigators say the suspect ran off after the attack. No word on any arrests this morning.

*Imagination Station Levy Passes; Recount Next

Almost three weeks after the election, provisional ballots have reversed the failed Imagination Station levy. The Lucas County Board of Elections now says the levy issue *passed* by 306 votes. But the narrow margin of victory requires an automatic recount. That will happen on December 6th.

*St. Rose Steeple Gets Replaced

Saint Rose Parish in Perrysburg will have a new steeple today. Crews will install that steeple and it will be dedicated after the work is complete. Church leaders will also bless and install the gold-leaf cross. The steeple was hit by lightning nearly 8 months ago sparking a fire that caused major damage to that part of the church.

 "NEW" State News

*MI – Detroit Murder Investigation

(AP) - Two people have been found dead inside a home on Detroit's east side. Police Sergeant Eren Stephens tells The Detroit News the bodies of a 32-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman were found last night. The victims' names and cause of death weren't immediately released. WWJ-AM reported that the two were brother and sister.

*OH – Missing Child's Body Found

(AP) - An autopsy is planned today on a body tentatively identified as Emilliano Terry -- the boy reported missing by his mother at a Cleveland park on Sunday. The Plain Dealer reports the mother, Camilia Terry, is being held at the Cuyahoga County Jail and is awaiting charges.

*MI/OH – Holiday Traffic Accidents

Michigan State Police say there were seven people killed on state streets and highways over the thanksgiving weekend…and that was the same number as in last year's holiday period. They say alcohol was a factor in at least three of the seven fatal crashes. Meanwhile - deaths on the roads were down in Ohio. One of those deadly crashes was in Lucas County.

 "NEW" NATIONAL/INTERNAT'L. News

*Rice Faces Senate Panel

(AP) - U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice will be on Capitol Hill today to begin meeting with key lawmakers she'll need to support her if she's nominated to be the next secretary of state. Officials say the discussions will focus on her explanations of the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, which she first said began as a protest against an anti-Islam video, not a terror attack.

*President Pushes for Fiscal Cliff Plan

(AP) - President Barack Obama will be climbing on the public soap box this week to talk up his plan to avoid careening over the fiscal cliff. Today he meets with small business owners at the White House and middle class families are invited tomorrow. He'll head to the Philadelphia suburbs Friday as he pressures Republicans to allow tax increases on the wealthy while extending cuts for middle income families.

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