Pet of the Week: 9/5/17

Joe is a 12 week old neutered male, brown and gray Shorthair rabbit. This pet has been at the shelter since July 27, 2017.More »

Man in coma after beating at Garrett bar

At some point Friday night, a fight broke out at Martin’s Tavern at 115 N. Randolph St. and a man was found badly beaten in an alley behind the bar.

NFL seeks dismissal of Elliott’s challenge to 6-game ban

The NFL is asking a federal court to toss a request from Ezekiel Elliott’s legal team for a temporary restraining order that would prevent the league from enforcing a suspension of the Dallas running back over a domestic violence case.

Irma strengthens to a Cat 5 storm as it nears Caribbean

The U.S. National Hurricane Center said there was a growing possibility that the storm’s effects could be felt in Florida later this week and over the weekend, though it was still too early to be sure of its future track.

4-hour standoff ends peacefully

Police initially responded to a home in the 3000 block of Tonawanda Dr. at 11:09 p.m. Monday in response to a fight between a man and woman. 

After Harvey, insurance drones take to the Texas skies

Companies are using the drones on a much larger scale to record images, save time and spare human adjusters from venturing into potentially unsafe areas. Insurers have increased their fleets since the Federal Aviation Administration eased some restrictions a year ago, and tried them out in areas of the southeastern U.S. hit by Hurricane Matthew last October.

Amazon project receives $7.8 million job creation tax credit

The Plain Dealer reports the Ohio Tax Credit Authority signed off on a 1.35 percent, 10-year tax credit last week in Columbus. The credit would go toward an 855,000-square-foot building in North Randall, where workers will pack and ship Amazon products.

The building is set to open in 2018.