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Company blames human error for UH fertility clinic incident; Lorain school bus in crash: Overnight News Links

April 10, 2018 GMT

Company blames human error for UH fertility clinic incident; Lorain school bus in crash: Overnight News Links

Featured stories

Company that supplied storage tank to UH fertility center says human error to blame (WEWS Channel 5)

Lorain school bus involved in crash (Lorain Morning Journal)

Ohioans’ view of America is as different as red and blue, Baldwin Wallace poll shows (cleveland.com)

Crime

Elyria man sentenced for killing Tierra Bryant, who tried to pepper-spray and rob him (cleveland.com)

Off-duty Avon police officer arrested at Jack Cleveland Casino (cleveland.com)

Prosecutors seek death penalty for Cleveland man charged in ex-girlfriend’s fatal stabbing (cleveland.com)

Shooting on Cleveland’s East Side sends man to hospital (cleveland.com)

$15,000 to $20,000 of copper stolen at Elyria Schools’ site (Elyria Chronicle-Telegram)

Elyria man gets eight years for fatal 2016 crash (Lorain Morning Journal)

Painesville man faces attempted murder, felonious assault charges (News-Herald)

Painesville Township man admits causing crash that killed Perry woman (News-Herald)

Cleveland / Cuyahoga County

Ohio should approve ‘red flag’ laws for gun confiscation, Cleveland City Council says (cleveland.com)

Investigation into executive director latest instance of turbulence for Cleveland Community Police Commission (cleveland.com)

Cleveland City Council approves plan to curb false alarms, fine chronic offenders (cleveland.com)

Woman on life support after early Monday apartment fire in Cleveland (cleveland.com)

Cleveland kidnapping survivor Michelle Knight reveals she’s married during appearance on Dr. Phil (WKYC Channel 3)

Cleveland taps Shaker Heights official as community development director (cleveland.com)

Local news East

Hiram College receives $6 million gift for new liberal arts initiative (cleveland.com)

Legal battle between owners and residents of The Vue after Jan. flooding could spill into the summer (WEWS Channel 5)

Local news West

Newburgh Heights mayor defends ‘speed enforcement program’ leading to 23,000 tickets (WKYC Channel 3)

Akron / Canton area

Second Chance Village supporters rally at Akron City Council to support homeless encampment (cleveland.com)

Akron wants parks to be catalysts for neighborhood development (cleveland.com)

University of Akron students create 3D arm brace for 14-year-old (cleveland.com)

Homeless camp finally seeks proper zoning through City Hall (Akron Beacon Journal)

McKinley teacher accused of sex with students resigns (Canton Repository)

Wadsworth police looking for missing 98-year-old woman (WJW Channel 8)

State

Mike DeWine told Ohio Speaker Cliff Rosenberger he should consider resigning after report on FBI inquiry (cleveland.com)

ACLU will not support, or oppose, change in Ohio’s congressional redistricting rules (cleveland.com)