FREMONT, Ohio (AP) - A man opened fire at a northern Ohio night club this morning, killing three people and wounding a fourth. Fremont police say they haven't yet made an arrest and that detectives are working to identify the shooter. Agency spokesmen did not immediately answer questions about what prompted the shooting at the Last Call Saloon or whether the suspected gunman knew any of the victims.
CINCINNATI (AP) - A house fire has killed a husband and wife in Cincinnati. Fire crews arrived to the burning home this morning but were unable to save the homeowners. WLWT-TV reports that Hank and Janet Drescher were pronounced dead at a local hospital. Police say that 80-year-old Hank Drescher is a retired police officer.
CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is moving toward a major renovation project. Plans call for the museum to tear down about half of its existing space and then add new construction. The Plain Dealer newspaper in Cleveland reports that the area that houses the museum's collection of dinosaurs and prehistoric life will be rebuilt. Museum officials say they'll break ground on the $125 million project in two years.
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Toledo's mayor says seized drug money and revenue from property seized from other criminal activities might keep the northwestern Ohio city's public pools open this summer. City council members criticized officials in Mayor D. Michael Collins' administration after learning the proposed 2014 city budget provides no funding for pools. Collins told The Blade newspaper in Toledo that he will review the law enforcement trust fund that contains money from police seizures of property from criminal activities.
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