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One person is dead, two others hurt, and another is still missing, after two boats collided Tuesday night.

According to the Sandusky Register, the incident happened near Cranberry Creek in Huron.

Names of those involved have not yet been released.


A look at COVID numbers…

The state saw a spike in cases on Wednesday, with 6,300, compared to the 21-day rolling average of 4,200.

Also, an uptick in cases in Huron County on Wednesday, with 89.


Port Clinton Police are asking for your help in locating a missing juvenile.

Hailey Stinson, a junior at Port Clinton High School, was last seen on Tuesday.

Her photo can be viewed on the Port Clinton Police Department’s Facebook page.


Its 17 months in prison for a Norwalk woman after being accused of stealing money from the Norwalk Childcare Center last year.

According to Norwalk Ohio, 37-year-old Elysa Schaffer will also pay over $75,000 in restitution.

The child care facility on Shady Lane Drive closed permanently following the theft of the money.


 It appears, there’s a lot of interest from Small Businesses in Elyria, applying for federal American Rescue grants.

The city has said so, and has set a December first deadline for applications.

The grants…up to 50-thousand-dollars…are earmarked for small businesses, re-opening or re-configuring operations due to COVID 19, or for costs directly incurred by the pandemic.


Lorain Schools Superintendent Jeff Graham says, with voters rejecting a new levy earlier this month, administrators are continuing to have conversations about reducing the budget by 4 million dollars.

Dr. Graham says, this includes cost-saving measures they’d have made, even if the levy had passed.


Film crews have arrived in Lorain County, shooting a psychological thriller inspired by serial killer Ed Kemper.

Kemper was dubbed, the “Co-Ed Killer”, for at least 10 deaths in California in the 1960’s and 70’s.

Scenes have already been shot at the Lorain Palace Theater, Fligner’s Market and Lorain County Community College.


The countdown is on…and preparations are being made…for Norwalk’s holiday lighting ceremony.

The event on Saturday, November 27th from 4 to 7 pm in uptown Norwalk will include an appearance by Santa and his reindeer; along with live music and food trucks.



-The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Brooklyn Nets on the road last night, 109-99.


From the National Weather Service…


Showers likely, mainly before noon.

Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 47.



Partly cloudy, with a low around 29.



Mostly sunny, with a high near 42.


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