Ohio Newz

FORECAST | Snow returning

FORECAST | Snow returning



2018-04-16T10:00:01+0000

It's true... Now we're tracking snow.

Light accumulations are possible in spots.


WKYC Channel 3 - Cleveland: https://on.wkyc.com/2qzoXGu

More Ohio Newz

Unable to load Tweets

2 hours ago

NBC4

Ohio Department of Transportation crews were on litter duty in Licking County Friday!

Statewide, ODOT says they pick up around 400,000 thousand bags of trash yearly. nbc4i.co/2qLEcwi
...

Ohio Department of Transportation crews were on litter duty in Licking County Friday!

Statewide, ODOT says they pick up around 400,000 thousand bags of trash yearly. https://nbc4i.co/2qLEcwiImage attachmentImage attachment

 

Comment on Facebook

Allot of this is being done at nite so the person behind you don't see you doing it/ Allot

It would be nice to know were they lived an dump it in there yard too maybe they might not do it any more the pigs.

We’re hiring! Attend our Seasonal Job Fair on Saturday, April 28 from 1-3 p.m. at the Zoo’s Lakeside Pavilion. We'll be holding open interviews for food and beverage, grounds maintenance, and more! Get a head start and apply today at bit.ly/worksomewherewild or text WILDJOBS to 97211. ...

 

Comment on Facebook

What is minimum age? My daughter is 15

Leah Snyder We should make a video similar to this concept. It would be hilarious to say we've got giraffe's (the Joey giraffe), adorable dogs, cats, birthday cakes, cookies, etc.. #summerproject

I’d love to work here but unfortunately I can’t make the open interviews.

So glad to see my zooaide picture from like 7 years ago (: Love you Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Lillian Hattenbach! I wish I could work there!!! Andrew?

Katelyn Simmons Niki Lyn Simmons

Alexa Rakosky

Jaclyn Suzanne

#ConservationCorner: As Earth Day approaches, we want to share with you a wildlife trafficking crisis in Madagascar. On April 10, 10,976 critically endangered radiated tortoises were confiscated from a single residence in Toliara, Madagascar. In the days since the seizure, hundreds of tortoises had succumbed from dehydration, malnutrition and illness. The Turtle Survival Alliance (TSA) is temporarily housing the remaining rescued tortoises at a secure facility as well as providing health evaluations, triage, hydration and food. The Columbus Zoo has supported TSA since 2002, and on April 13, 2018, the Zoo’s Conservation Management Committee voted unanimously to approve an Emergency Grant to the TSA in their efforts to rescue and rehabilitate these critically endangered reptiles. These privately-raised dollars will go towards helping the collective effort to provide dire care and treatment for these seized tortoises. See the video of the raid on the house containing the tortoises here: youtu.be/BFNqpVhw1kI?t=12m5s

In addition to the Columbus Zoo’s support, a number of facilities accredited by The Association of Zoos and Aquariums are providing aid to the rescue effort that the TSA is spearheading, including The Abilene Zoo, Bronx Zoo, Dallas Zoo, Dickerson Park Zoo, Georgia Aquarium, Fort Worth Zoo, New England Aquarium, Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden, San Diego Zoo, Shedd Aquarium, Tennessee Aquarium, Topeka Zoo, Tulsa Zoo, Utah's Hogle Zoo, Wildlife Conservation Society, Zoo Atlanta and Zoo Knoxville.

To support the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium’s conservation efforts, please visit our website: Give.ColumbusZoo.org/Global-Impact

Images from the Turtle Survival Alliance.
...

#ConservationCorner: As Earth Day approaches, we want to share with you a wildlife trafficking crisis in Madagascar. On April 10, 10,976 critically endangered radiated tortoises were confiscated from a single residence in Toliara, Madagascar. In the days since the seizure, hundreds of tortoises had succumbed from dehydration, malnutrition and illness. The Turtle Survival Alliance (TSA) is temporarily housing the remaining rescued tortoises at a secure facility as well as providing health evaluations, triage, hydration and food. The Columbus Zoo has supported TSA since 2002, and on April 13, 2018, the Zoo’s Conservation Management Committee voted unanimously to approve an Emergency Grant to the TSA in their efforts to rescue and rehabilitate these critically endangered reptiles. These privately-raised dollars will go towards helping the collective effort to provide dire care and treatment for these seized tortoises. See the video of the raid on the house containing the tortoises here: youtu.be/BFNqpVhw1kI?t=12m5s
 
In addition to the Columbus Zoo’s support, a number of facilities accredited by The Association of Zoos and Aquariums are providing aid to the rescue effort that the TSA is spearheading, including The Abilene Zoo, Bronx Zoo, Dallas Zoo, Dickerson Park Zoo, Georgia Aquarium, Fort Worth Zoo, New England Aquarium, Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden, San Diego Zoo, Shedd Aquarium, Tennessee Aquarium, Topeka Zoo, Tulsa Zoo, Utahs Hogle Zoo, Wildlife Conservation Society, Zoo Atlanta and Zoo Knoxville.
 
To support the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium’s conservation efforts, please visit our website: Give.ColumbusZoo.org/Global-Impact
 
Images from the Turtle Survival Alliance.

 

Comment on Facebook

Disgusting human greed takes precedence over compassion/caring for others (humans or critters)--our world is in a sad state

So thankful these tortoise were found and rescued. All of the zoos, aquariums and conservation societies are amazing for helping in the rehabilitation efforts. 💗

It is so sad to think anyone could do this.

Makes me so sad and angry!!! People can be so disgusting.

Christina Harland Johnson look at all the turtles!

People are just hateful!😡😡

DeWanna Walker, this is what Ashlynn should get into.

I love the turtles! Awe

Shameful sad

Nikita Rose

Cheyenne Davis

Omg

Matt Neer

Emily Crider

Jennifer 😱

Jack Hughes 😢

Barb Henderson Bo Henderson

+ View previous comments

15 hours ago

Cleveland Indians

TB will start off a four-game series for us in Baltimore. He's one of our four starters with a sub-3.00 ERA (2.25, 2nd on the team). ...

TB will start off a four-game series for us in Baltimore. Hes one of our four starters with a sub-3.00 ERA (2.25, 2nd on the team).

 

Comment on Facebook

Talk about a big inning killer. Bases juiced, 1 out and Alonzo flies out to shallow OF. Not even a SF possibility. Then Perez flails at 3 straight pitches. Come on!!

The pitching is fine for the most part. It is the offense I'm concerned with. Brantley is our hottest hitter now. Are they trying to hit home runs, or pull the ball on every pitch? Seems like this happens every April.

Someone needs to sacrifice a live chicken to get the bats going...

Offense needs to get it together

thought the games played in PR were great. 16 innings with a loss is nothing to be ashamed of. Let's get the wins going tonight

And on 4/20 no less 😊

Tribe needs a new batting coach It's ok to swing at the first pitch especially when it's a fastball over the center of the plate - then swing at balls in the dirt!!

Does anyone know anyone hiring in Cleveland that pays multi million dollars a year and only requires you to do your job 18% of the time?

Still going with the cold excuse? Or can we just admit the hitting is trash and this team isn't going anywher

Should have signed Bruce , and picked up Longoria to play 3rd Base and Jose could play his natural position ( 2nd base ) ....they do not have enough offense !!

Maybe we should concentrate on the positive- our starting pitching is outstanding.

That's 9 times in the last 13 games we have scored 3 runs or less.. Well done guys!

One for ten with runners in scoring position. Giving games away!!

I’ve got a sinking feeling about this season. Hope I’m wrong.

Bottom of 1st, bases loaded, one out.... pop up, strike out... Team continues to be very undisciplined and poorly aggressive at the plate.

Same ole story- most unclutch bats in MLB Can’t score

Hope the team worked on bunting yesterday.

Worst hitters in the league

Lindsey Sekola. Gonna watch the game with me?

Hope they practiced bunting ! The inability to move the runner up cost them the game the other night. Fundamental part of the game

You go Trevor.....show them how the game is played.

See you this weekend!

Go Tribe ⚾️❤️⚾️❤️⚾️❤️🎈

Let's Go, Trev! ⚾️

Indians are quality at leaving runners stranded, disgraceful

+ View previous comments

2 days ago

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Congratulations to Safari Golf Club on being named a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary" through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses. Less than 2% of the 910 golf courses in Ohio and only 2.7% of the 33,000 golf courses worldwide have achieved this distinction from Audubon International.

In addition to the sustainability programs that resulted in the Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary designation from Audubon International, Safari Golf Club supports the Columbus Zoo and The Wilds’ conservation initiatives. When patrons choose Safari Golf Club, they are making a positive impact on wildlife both locally and globally. Each of the 18 holes are also named after a species that benefits from some of the 70 conservation projects in 30 countries that the Columbus Zoo and The Wilds support annually. For more info or to book a tee time, please visit: safarigc.comGreat news! Safari Golf Club has achieved designation as a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary" through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses. We join less than 2% of the 910 golf courses in Ohio and only 2.7% of the 33,000 golf courses worldwide that have achieved this distinction from Audubon International.

Since 2013, up to six acres have been made “native areas” by removing invasive non-native vegetation and managing for or planting native species. There are expanded areas that are managed without chemicals or pesticides. All golf carts are electric, minimizing the carbon footprint. Additionally, Safari Golf Club has a butterfly garden that is used by monarchs during their annual migration. In 2017, 81 bluebirds and 147 purple martins fledged from nest boxes and rigs (artificial nest cavities) constructed just outside the fairway. Safari Golf Club has fledged 563 purple martins and 452 bluebirds since the program began in 2008.

Managers at Safari Golf Club continue to work closely with partners, including Preservation Parks of Delaware County and NestWatch - Cornell Lab of Ornithology Ambassador, Darlene Sillick, who has monitored birds on the course for more than 25 years.

Thank you for supporting Safari Golf Club and in turn, when you choose to play at Safari Golf Club, you support the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and The Wilds' conservation initiatives. Each of the 18 holes are also named after a species that benefits from some of the 70 conservation projects in 30 countries that the Columbus Zoo and The Wilds support annually. More info: bit.ly/2J5mx9q
...

Congratulations to Safari Golf Club on being named a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses. Less than 2% of the 910 golf courses in Ohio and only 2.7% of the 33,000 golf courses worldwide have achieved this distinction from Audubon International.

In addition to the sustainability programs that resulted in the Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary designation from Audubon International, Safari Golf Club supports the Columbus Zoo and The Wilds’ conservation initiatives. When patrons choose Safari Golf Club, they are making a positive impact on wildlife both locally and globally. Each of the 18 holes are also named after a species that benefits from some of the 70 conservation projects in 30 countries that the Columbus Zoo and The Wilds support annually. For more info or to book a tee time, please visit: safarigc.com

It’s for the birds!🐦Help us celebrate the anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act by making your own bird feeder! We recommend using recycled materials to craft your bird feeder (examples: plastic or glass bottles and jars, tea cups, mini building bricks, and more). Post your creation in the comments below and our animal care team will select their favorite to be installed on Zoo grounds! Remember, there's just 1 week left to submit a photo of an up-cycled bird feeder that you made by April 26 and you’ll be entered to win a family 4-pack of tickets to the Columbus Zoo. Then join us for World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, May 5 for fun activities at the North America aviary. #YearoftheBird #BirdYourWorld ...

It’s for the birds!🐦Help us celebrate the anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act by making your own bird feeder! We recommend using recycled materials to craft your bird feeder (examples: plastic or glass bottles and jars, tea cups, mini building bricks, and more). Post your creation in the comments below and our animal care team will select their favorite to be installed on Zoo grounds! Remember, theres just 1 week left to submit a photo of an up-cycled bird feeder that you made by April 26 and you’ll be entered to win a family 4-pack of tickets to the Columbus Zoo. Then join us for World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, May 5 for fun activities at the North America aviary. #YearoftheBird #BirdYourWorld

 

Comment on Facebook

Kate Ansley we can make these!

Home Privacy Policy Terms Of Use Contact Us Affiliate Disclosure DMCA Earnings Disclaimer