David Cruz found a little doggie, or she found them this week, as he's battling Stage 4 cancer. (WSYX/WTTE)GROVE CITY, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) -- David Cruz and his sister Debbie don't have a Christmas tree in their living room. but there is a hospital bed. David said the thought of celebrating the holidays seems bleak while you are battling stage four cancer. Memories of David's wife, who passed away from pneumonia a year-and-a-half ago, are what he treasures.
Family bonding at a gun range (WSYX)COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) - Some families go to a ball game or an amusement park for bonding time. An Ohio couple who believes the key to family bonding can be found on the gun range.Chris McGee says there is no one better to take the responsibility of teaching gun safety to a child than their parents.The McGees are part of a growing number of people who go to the range for some family time.
Columbus City Schools honored retiring Superintendent Dr. Dan Good Tuesday, as they continue the search for his successor (WSYX/WTTE)COLUMBUS, Ohio â€” A "Show of Success" was held at Ft. Hayes Education Center on Tuesday afternoon to honor retiring Superintendent Dan Good. That as the Board of Education continues to search for a new leader for the state's largest school district.Columbus City Schools released the names of 19 people who are applying for the top school boss.
A Grove City family says a run-away pooch is their "doggie angel" this Christmas. Poodle mix found Dave's house in her escape. Dave has stage 4 cancer and the dog won't leave his side. #man'sbestfriend https://t.co/wJKM8tvEn4
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Selecting a term
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