Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

Huron-Lorain County/Investigation of SWAT team shooting death

The investigation continues into the death of a Huron County (New London) man involved in a standoff with the Lorain County SWAT team in Camden Township on November 25th.

The Lorain County Sheriff’s Office says, Lt. Wayne Ramsey of the LaGrange Police Department fired at 62 year old Daniel Calala who allegedly threatened officers during the standoff.

The Lorain County Coroner’s Office is trying to determine whether it was Ramsey’s shot that killed Calala.


Erie County/Sandusky residents unhurt in Hancock Street fire

Five people and a dog were able to escape a burning home without harm Monday afternoon in Sandusky.

An initial investigation of the fire on Hancock Street points to an electrical issue in a second-story kitchen to be the main cause.

An estimated $30,000 in damage was done.


Sandusky County/New trial date for Bogle accused killer

A new trial date has been set for an accused killer in Sandusky County.

March 4th is the new date for 49-year-old Daniel Myers; charged in the death of Clyde’s Heather Bogle in 2015.

Myers was set to go to trial in October but it was delayed due to him being hospitalized after being found ill in his jail cell.


Huron County/Norwalk drug bust suspect indicted

A 33-year-old Norwalk man has been indicted on drug charges in connection with a drug bust in October.

Bo Bogard was one of six Norwalk residents detained after a search warrant was executed October 26th on Unity Lane.


Erie County/Alleged drunk woman arrested after slow-speed chase

A Perkins Township woman suspected of being drunk was arrested early Monday after allegedly leading police on a low-speed chase.

26-year-old Laquanna Alexander faces multiple charges including OVI, failure to comply and obstructing official business.

Police say she nearly struck an officer after he exited his cruiser to attempt to block her vehicle’s path.


Erie County/Raises for county workers

Pay raises are coming in 2019 for Erie County workers…

Commissioners have approved two-percent pay bumps for nearly 90 non-union employees.

They’ll also receive a $500 bonus.


Huron County/Norwalk teacher named Veteran of the Year

A 37-year-old Norwalk Middle and High School teacher was recently named the 2018 Huron County Veteran of the Year.

Nate Whaley served as an U.S. Army artillery officer from 2001 to 2008 and is a member of American Legion Post 547.

Whaley, who received the award Saturday night at the 4th annual banquet at the Bronson-Norwalk Conservation Club, is also the faculty adviser for the NHS robotics team.


State News/Low gas prices

We head into the first week of December with the lowest pump prices of the year…nationwide and locally.

The best bargain statewide can be found in the heart of Amish Country…an average of a-dollar-96-a-gallon.






Cloudy, with a high near 34.



A slight chance of light snow.  Mostly cloudy, with a low around 25.



A chance of light snow.  Mostly cloudy, with a high near 33.



Snow showers likely.  Mostly cloudy, with a high near 35.