Top stories:

Cleveland police officers involved in the
deadly chase and shooting that claimed the lives of two people last November
have been subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury. (Cleveland.com)(WKYC
Channel 3
)

Middleburg Heights Junior High School
was placed on lockdown today after a student was believed to have a weapon, but
no threat was discovered and the lockdown was lifted. (WOIO
Channel 19
)

A man was shot early this morning at a
Mayfield Heights residence. (News-Herald)

Area
crime news:

Raymond F. Miller, 18, an Amish man from
Parkman Township, pleaded guilty Monday in Geauga County Common Pleas Court to
raping a girl, 14, in Parkman. (News-Herald)

Conneaut police were looking
for a wanted person at a home late last week and ended up finding nine separate meth labs in the house. (Ashtabula
Star Beacon
)

The parents of an 18-month-old
Vermilion boy who was starved to death last year were sentenced Monday in Erie
County Common Pleas Court to five years in prison and one year in the county
jail. (Sandusky
Register
)

Akron police are asking for help
identifying the suspect in an aggravated robbery at an Akron Rite Aid on Oct.
20. (WJW
Channel 8
)

A Texas man charged with murdering a
Warren man Oct. 26 outside a Warren gas station waived his right to an
extradition hearing in Houston last week – paving the way for his return to
Ohio. (Warren
Tribune-Chronicle
)

A Vermilion man, 32, has been charged with
robbing a Marco’s Pizza employee last month. (Elyria
Chronicle-Telegram
)

Local news – east:

The
Euclid Schools are facing a $1.7 million budget deficit in fiscal year 2017,
according to the district’s five-year forecast. (News-Herald)

Madison Village Council is
considering putting a 3.8-mill safety levy on the May ballot, as its police
department plans to cut $80,000 in its 2014 budget to help balance the
village’s general fund. (News-Herald)

The sentencing hearing for a
Boardman High School teacher charged with sexual battery against a former
student was moved from Monday to Dec. 4. (Youngstown
Vindicator
)

Local
news – west:

Middleburg
Heights native Mark F. Giuliano is being named Deputy Director of the FBI. (WOIO
Channel 19
)

The Erie County coroner says it may
never be known if an Erie County juvenile corrections officer’s fatal heart
attack was triggered by on-the-job exertion just hours before his death. (Sandusky Register)

Oberlin City Council resumed discussion of
its opposition to a Ohio House bill that would ease several handgun
restrictions in the state, but no final vote was taken. (Elyria
Chronicle-Telegram
)

Lorain City Council will revisit a plan
to remove and update traffic lights along Broadway. (Lorain
Morning Journal
)

Akron-Canton
news:

Norton City Council has authorized
Mayor Mike Zita to sign a deal with the EPA to commit to the controversial Nash
Heights sewer project that gives the city two years to complete the work. (Akron
Beacon Journal
)

Canton-area
agencies and volunteers are fighting fight food waste by collecting leftovers
from area businesses and restaurants that would otherwise go uneaten. (Canton
Repository
)

The state has paid more than $58.7
million in bonuses to veterans of recent and ongoing military conflicts, thanks
to a constitutional amendment OK’d by voters four years ago. (Dix
Capital Bureau
)

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