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Car goes airborne in high-speed crash; wage gap persists in Ohio: Overnight News Links

April 12, 2018

Car goes airborne in high-speed crash; wage gap persists in Ohio: Overnight News Links

Featured stories

High-speed chase ends with car going airborne (WJW Channel 8)

Wage gap persists: Ohio women make 77 cents on the dollar compared to men (WOIO Channel 19)

John Boehner joins marijuana company board, cites ‘evolved’ position (cleveland.com)


Parma police investigating threat made on Snapchat to high school (cleveland.com)

Bedford principal indicted on charges of having sex with student (cleveland.com)

Trio opens fire into Cleveland homicide suspect’s apartment (cleveland.com)

Cleveland police car hit in city’s Detroit Shoreway neighborhood (cleveland.com)

Lyft driver attacked with metal pipe during road rage incident on I-71 (cleveland.com)

Parma Heights man sentenced in double stabbing of ex-girlfriend and her mother (cleveland.com)

Man arrested after pipe-bomb threat in Cleveland’s Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood (cleveland.com)

Firearm, tools stolen from Elyria home (Lorain Morning Journal)

Eastlake man accused of evidence tampering, holding drugs in Mentor (News-Herald)

Mentor-on-the-Lake man accused of prescription-drug theft (News-Herald)

Cleveland / Cuyahoga County

Cleveland City Council peppers police Chief Calvin Williams over deployment strategy, officer hirings (cleveland.com)

County Executive Armond Budish says corruption investigation triggered by county watchdogs (cleveland.com)

Cleveland, Cuyahoga County’s opioid lawsuits set as first cases against drug companies to go to trial, judge says (cleveland.com)

Cuyahoga Arts & Culture board’s call for public comment on grants met with the sound of silence (cleveland.com)

RTA trolley drivers rock for the Rock Hall (photos) (cleveland.com)

Local news East

Second daycare failed to report suspicions of abuse of Aniya Day-Garrett, state report says (cleveland.com)

Despite looking like a war zone, buildings on an East Cleveland street won’t be demolished soon (WEWS Channel 5)

Woman survives crash with semi-trailer on the Ohio Turnpike (WEWS Channel 5)

New learning center opens in Maple Heights Library (cleveland.com)

Willowick Police Department develops smart phone app to give students direct line of communication to police (News-Herald)

Local news West

Water bill woes: Lorain residents upset over water rate hikes (WEWS Channel 5)

Akron / Canton area

Gatehouse Media purchases Akron Beacon Journal (cleveland.com)


First round of Ohio doctors approved to recommend medical marijuana (cleveland.com)

Congressmen grill Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg on Ohio school’s rejected crucifixion ad (cleveland.com)

See the Republican and Democratic Ohio governor candidates mix it up in endorsement meetings (cleveland.com)

Payday loan reform bill stalls (again) amid Rosenberger FBI inquiry (cleveland.com)

Are frozen embryos human life? Fertility treatments present ethical dilemmas (cleveland.com)

Cliff Rosenberger’s unlikely tenure as Ohio House Speaker coming to an abrupt end (cleveland.com)

Ohio statewide candidates make ethics disclosures for 2017 (cleveland.com)

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