Highland School District is looking for input from local residents on what to do with four aging buildings in the district.
Three elementary schools and one middle school are due for some major upgrades, as they've been for a long time; one as long as 95 years. The schools are listed below:
You can participate in the survey online by clicking here.
An explosion at a Medina apartment complex early Thursday morning has reportedly left one man dead and more injured.
At about 3:15 a.m. Thursday, an explosion at the Medina Village Apartments on Springbrook Road is what started a fire that burned for hours. The man who died is reportedly an 18-year-old resident of the apartment complex and was bed-ridden. Reports say that both of the man's parents were badly burned in the fire and transported to Metro Health in Cleveland.
As of 9 a.m., the gas company was waiting for Medina Fire crews to put out "hot spots" inside the complex.
The investigation into what caused the fire is ongoing.
In Akron Wednesday, a home exploded at the corner of Courtland and South Hawkins Avenues. That investigation is still ongoing.
The trial of a Medina father whose one-year-old daughter's body was found dead in her crib begins today.
Eric Warfel, 35, of Medina, has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. He's accused of putting trash in a room to cover up the smell of the decomposing body of Ember Warfel.
The baby's body was found by a cable installer in late July.
Warfel has been charged with child endangering, gross abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence, and possession of cocaine.