Thursday, March 6 2014 8:20 AM EST2014-03-06 13:20:55 GMT
A couple traveling on I-75 in Bay County were forced to make an emergency stop in order to deliver their baby.Born Tuesday, baby William is seven pounds eight ounces, all fingers and toes. He was bornMore >>
A couple traveling on I-75 in Bay County were forced to make an emergency stop in order to deliver their baby.More >>
Wednesday, March 5 2014 4:11 PM EST2014-03-05 21:11:38 GMT
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville man and his girlfriend are both facing drug-related charges after a pair of incidents on Dixie Highway Tuesday night. According to an arrest report, Kevin P. Skaggs,More >>
Police believe Kevin P. Skaggs was under the influence of heroin when he passed out at Supercuts on Dixie Highway. His girlfriend was found walking down the street with her pants on inside-out and unbuttoned.More >>
Prosecutor Mark Miller says there's no need to re-open it. Bracey disagrees.
"Yes, the murderers are behind bars, but not all of them involved [are] behind bars," Bracey said.
Voices for Vera had been planning to take part in Findlay's upcoming Halloween Parade sponsored by the Hancock County Leadership Alumni Association. They planned to dress in purple, Reigle's favorite color, and hand out candy and fliers to raise awareness about abuse.
But the alumni association pulled the plug on their involvement.
"I don't understand why we can't stand up for something that happened to not just Vera Jo, but a lot of people," said Amber Greer. "Abuse is a common thing and I feel more should be done."
The alumni association released a statement saying: "Our highest priority as the organizers of the parade is to do our best to ensure the safety and security of all the participants and spectators, including the group in question. Therefore, the group in question will be refunded their entry and not be participating in the parade."
"I believe they're trying to keep it silent because they don't want to start up more problems," Greer said.
Despite the snub, Voices for Vera will be at the parade, just not to march in it.