An officer-involved shooting in the city of Cleveland on Monday morning. It happened around 10:15 a.m. on Addison Road. Early reports indicate the officer was shot, but saved by his bulletproof vest. The officer was rushed to Metro. He is expected to survive his injuries. The suspect is wearing a black hoodie and gray shirt and is armed with a revolver. He remains on the loose.
Lake effect snow warnings continue on this Martin Luther King Jr. Day through Wednesday morning for Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula counties. This is where snow will accumulate 10-20 inches over the next three days. The lake effect snow will taper later this morning and then really pick up this afternoon into tonight as the wind increases out of the west 25-30 mph. With that wind, everyone will be under a wind chill advisory tonight through Tuesday with wind chills as cold as 10-15 degrees below zero.
TODAY: Increasingly windy with lake effect snow Cleveland and areas east. Total lake effect snow accumulation during the day will be 2-4". High: 20 Wind: West increasing to 15-25 mph.
TONIGHT: Bitterly cold with wind chills below zero. Lake effect snow accumulating an additional 2-4". Low: 10 Wind: W at 20-30 mph
TUESDAY: Bitterly cold, windy with lake effect snow. High: 12
The inauguration ceremony for President Barack Obama's second term will be held Monday after taking the oath of office Sunday in an intimate White House ceremony witnessed by family. The 57th presidential inauguration will begin at 11:30 a.m. ET. Obama will once again be given the oath by Chief Justice John Roberts on the Capitol steps in Washington. The official theme for the 2013 inauguration is "Faith in America's Future," commemorating the United States' perseverance and unity, marking the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr's march on Washington. The president has chosen to take the public oath with his hand on both their Bibles stacked together. After the ceremonial swearing in, the Inaugural Luncheon with Congress in the Capitol will be held. The president and vice president and their wives will then lead the parade at 2:35 p.m. to the White House.
To celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum will once again open its doors to the public free of charge on Monday, January 21 in a celebration of community spirit and civic pride. This marks the 12th straight year that the Museum offers FREE admission to the public. The Rock Hall's Community Festivals are sponsored by KeyBank. The Rock Hall will be open from 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Visitors to the Museum will have the opportunity to tour the facility free of charge until closing. Throughout the day an array of entertainment will take place at the Museum, including a continuous film screening in the Foster Theater of the complete "I Have a Dream" speech from August 28, 1963. Music will begin on the Main Stage shortly after the Museum opens and will include performances by the Distinguished Gentlemen of the Spoken Word, all-female band Women in the Spirit, girl group cover band Tra-la-la, the Antioch Spiritual Arts Choir, solo R&B artist Diamond Carter and multi-platinum artist Bobby V (formally known as Bobby Valentino).