Ticket wins $5.5 million Queen of Hearts jackpot; Canton Schools disturbed by teacher’s ‘reprehensible’ conduct: Overnight News Links

March 15, 2018

Ticket wins $5.5 million Queen of Hearts jackpot; Canton Schools disturbed by teacher’s ‘reprehensible’ conduct: Overnight News Links

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Winning ticket drawn in $5.5 million dollar Queen of Hearts at Grayton Road Tavern (WKYC Channel 3)

Canton City Schools disturbed by ‘reprehensible’ conduct of teacher (Canton Repository)

National Student walkout: Thousands of students demonstrate for gun control measures (cleveland.com)


Cleveland man begged for his life before he was fatally shot in dispute over pool game, family says (cleveland.com)

Cleveland man who shot friend during dinner party found guilty of involuntary manslaughter (cleveland.com)

County prosecutors say trio who brought teen car thieves to police station in trunk of car committed no felonies (cleveland.com)

‘Bearded Bandit’ won’t be resentenced for Painesville Township credit union robbery (News-Herald)

Cleveland / Cuyahoga County

Case Western Reserve student called about panhandler prior to officer stopping Cleveland Councilman Kevin Conwell (cleveland.com)

Cleveland police officer being investigated for sending inappropriate photos to teen girl (cleveland.com)

Cleveland ER doctors witnessed spike in opioid overdoses as CDC finds Ohio ER visits surged 28 percent (cleveland.com)

Cleveland activists to hold rally for Tanisha Anderson (cleveland.com)

Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert’s son Nick released from hospital following brain surgery (WKYC Channel 3)

Cleveland fire: 11-year-old student injured by sparking phone (WJW Channel 8)

Videos: Who are the 12 companies that won a spot in Cleveland’s Plug and Play accelerator program? (cleveland.com)

Cleveland’s Ohio City Farm faces losses, adds resources, opens doors (photos) (cleveland.com)

Local news East

Local news West

West Side couple share pain of embryo loss in UH freezer failure (cleveland.com)

Lakewood’s Moses Cleaveland Tree to come down (WJW Channel 8)

Akron / Canton area

Akron Community Foundation sets all-time high with $4.5 million in grants this quarter (cleveland.com)

Stark State College to increase tuition, effective summer semester (cleveland.com)

Avon Lake school board considers substitute levy (Lorain Morning Journal)

Summit County health ranking improves for 2018 to 46th in the state; Medina inches up to fourth healthiest (Akron Beacon Journal)


Federal judge blocks Ohio Down syndrome abortion ban (cleveland.com)

Parents of stillborn babies ask lawmakers to back bill offering tax credit (cleveland.com)

Philips Healthcare laying off at least 65 Ohio employees, it says in letter to state (cleveland.com)

State school board opposes bill that would slash its power (cleveland.com)

ACLU of Ohio pans latest version of bail-reform legislation (cleveland.com)

Which Ohio counties have the most fast-food restaurants per 1,000 people? (cleveland.com)