Tuesday, February 20th, 2018





A chance of showers, with thunderstorms also possible this afternoon.  Breezy, with gusts as high as 33 mph.

Cloudy, with a high near 69.



A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Breezy, with gusts as high as 32 mph.

Mostly cloudy, with a low of 52.



Showers and possibly a thunderstorm.  High near 55.



A chance of rain and snow.  Mostly cloudy, with a high near 37.


Sandusky/Man faces multiple charges involving reported thefts

A Sandusky man faces several charges including felony theft, burglary, and criminal trespassing.

In recent separate incidents, 37-year-old Joshua Heyman is suspected of stealing two cars, breaking into a camper and stealing a video game system, and using a stolen vehicle in a burglary at a Bellevue home.

Police reportedly found one of the stolen vehicles last week at Kalahari Resorts, which led to his arrest.


Norwalk/Flare reportedly shot into home

Norwalk authorities are looking into a report of a flare being fired through a front window of a home on Jefferson Street early Monday.

A resident reportedly was able to extinguish the fire in their living room.


Norwalk/Willard woman charged with OVI

A Willard woman has been charged with OVI following a one-vehicle crash early Sunday morning in Norwalk.

Police say that 32-year-old Rebecca Mitchell lost control while driving west on Fair Road, went off the left side of the road and then hit the guardrail at the curve and intersection of South West Street.


Bellevue/Police nab their man

Bellevue Police have arrested a man after he allegedly fled from officers in a stolen vehicle and on foot in the area of North West Street and Union Street.

Authorities say they took Cody Foster into custody without incident on Monday.


Perkins Township/Woman believed to have shoplifted and then returned items

A Sandusky woman is in trouble after she allegedly stole items from the Menards store in Perkins Township and then tried to return them for a refund.

According to authorities, 34-year-old Tana Kirk took 13 items from the store without paying on Sunday and allegedly came back to the store later that day to attempt to get a refund on all of the items without a receipt.


Bellevue/High School to offer officiating classes

Students at Bellevue next school year will have the opportunity to learn how to be an Ohio school sports referee.

Bellevue High School will be offering an “Officiating in Athletics” class for juniors and seniors.

Bellevue is believed to be one of just four schools in the state to be offering it.

The class will cover basketball, baseball and softball; and if students ace the class and certification test, they will be licensed to officiate events at the eighth-grade level and younger.