More attempted abductions, Tallmadge murder suspect named, Syria Update and more on the Budget Battle

Good Friday morning Northeast Ohio

A close call for a Euclid family, three children nearly abducted yesterday morning. Police are saying it is just one of several incidents in the area involving a white van with tinted windows seen in several neighborhoods. Reporter Shannon Davidson is live in Euclid with developing details.

And breaking news in the murder mystery surrounding the death of Wendy Ralston and her five year old son, Peyton. The boyfriend named as a suspect, and investigators are presenting their case to the Summit County Prosecutors office. Reporter Bill Safos brings you the latest live in Tallmadge.

And the Syria debate nearing an end as Syria agrees to hand over their chemical weapons, part of a resolution from the UN Security Council. Stay tuned for more details.

The Senate is expected to vote today to keep the government up and running, with Democrats and Republicans debating over the funding to Obamacare. Reporter Susan McGinnis updates us on the discussion live in Washington.

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