Tuesday, July 22 2014 1:58 PM EDT2014-07-22 17:58:35 GMT
(WMC) - It was a story that made its rounds on social media. On a recent flight DeAngelo Williams, Mid-Southerner and running back for the Carolina Panthers, gave his first-class plane seat to a 77-year-oldMore >>
Family members are upset and hurt that their relative, James Wesley Bolden, is being called a liar and "a fake." More >>
Family members are upset and hurt that their relative, James Wesley Bolden, is being called a liar and "a fake."More >>
WAUSEON, OH (Toledo News Now) -
People in Wauseon are still working to clean up from the storms that hit Wednesday June 18. Trees and power lines were down in several parts of the area. People at BMW Services are cleaning up from a fire they say downed power lines caused.
The building owner says the storm came fast and he never expected it to cause this kind of damage.
"There was about four or five different fires. Just because of the power surge, it just threw too much voltage into your 110 lines that you'd have in your house and they just started melting and got red hot and started on fire," said Steve McElrath, BMW Services, Wauseon.
The parking lot behind the Fulton County Administration Building had huge branches over the cars and tangled up with power lines. Toledo Edison was on hand to block the area off. But the damage wasn't just in parking lots. Front lawns and streets were littered with branches. Wauseon city employees didn't waste any time cleaning up.
"The tree limbs started breaking right away with the wind, and then the rain came, and then it cleared off real quick. And the next thing I know I hear a truck pulling up and the dogs barking and the crews are out here cleaning up," said Wauseon resident Dale Adams.
Clean up crews arrived just about as quickly as this storm did. They went street to street removing branches.
The storm that hit northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan Wednesday June 18 was intense. It caused some trees and power lines to fall down. Check out these pics from viewers. More >>
The storm that hit northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan Wednesday June 18 was intense. It caused some trees and power lines to fall down. Check out these pics from viewers before, during, and after the storm. More >>
Tuesday, July 22 2014 6:52 AM EDT2014-07-22 10:52:07 GMT
The state's vehicle inspection law is now coming under closer scrutiny, with critics saying it's not necessary and unenforceable.More >>
Every day, hundreds of Mississippians get their cars inspected to make sure they are in proper driving condition. Also every day, hundreds of others don't. The state's vehicle inspection law is now coming under closer scrutiny, with critics saying it's not necessary and unenforceable.More >>
Wednesday, July 23 2014 11:20 AM EDT2014-07-23 15:20:45 GMT
The body of an unidentified man was found inside an 18 wheeler, Tuesday night. It happened at the weigh station on Interstate 20 westbound in Warren County. The State Highway Patrol and Warren CountyMore >>
MDOT enforcement officers went to check out a suspicious vehicle that had not moved all day. More >>
Tuesday, July 22 2014 6:10 PM EDT2014-07-22 22:10:35 GMT
(WMC) - Horn Lake, Miss. police say 26-year-old Stephanie Scott was given a summons to appear before a judge after her 6-year-old daughter was found home alone. Police say the little girl called 911 becauseMore >>
Horn Lake, Miss. police say 26-year-old Stephanie Scott was given a summons to appear before a judge after her 6-year-old daughter was found home alone. More >>
Wednesday, July 23 2014 9:22 AM EDT2014-07-23 13:22:41 GMT
As this Youtube video shows, on July 17, the Ohio-based pro-life group Created Equal demonstrated in front of Mississippi's only abortion clinic, located in Jackson. They were given the go-ahead from policeMore >>
A pro-life group called Created Equal plans to file a Temporary Restraining Order against the city of Jackson this week, and a lawsuit might follow. It's due to what can be seen in a Youtube video from July 17.More >>