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Toddler Found in Stolen Van, Sunny Tuesday, FAA Workers Back at Work, Chocolate Walk

An abduction scare on Cleveland's west side overnight on Tuesday. Police tell 19 Action News a little boy was sleeping inside his mother's van on West 30th and Seymour Avenue while she visited family around midnight. Someone then stole her van, unaware that the 3-year-old boy was asleep inside.  Police found the van and the boy about an hour later. The child was unharmed and quickly reunited with his mother. No word on any charges at this time.

TODAY: More sunshine than clouds.  HIGH: 65

TONIGHT: Starry and Cool.  LOW: 44

TOMORROW:  Sunshine. HIGH: 69

The Federal Aviation Administration announced Monday it is recalling 800 furloughed employees. More than 15,000 FAA workers were taken off the job last week because of the partial government shutdown. The agency issued a statement saying the workers are from the Office of Aviation Safety. The inspectors and safety staff will "provide oversight in areas across the country," according to the statement.

Tickets are now on sale for the Downtown Lakewood Business Alliance's popular Chocolate Walk on October 24 from 6-9 p.m. This sweet evening has people rushing to be one of the lucky ticket holders to stroll Downtown Lakewood in search of smooth, delectable chocolate. More than twenty participating businesses will host Sweet Stops, each offering a different chocolate treat. Sweet Stops are along Detroit Avenue, between Arthur and Olivewood Avenues. Tickets for the Chocolate Walk are $25 and check-in is at the University of Akron Lakewood in the main lobby at 6 p.m. A small number of VIP tickets are also available for $40 which includes a pre-walk VIP party at Deagan's Kitchen & Bar from 5:30-6:15 p.m. The VIP party provides private check-in, a signature chocolate drink created especially for the event, an appetizer and a VIP badge. 

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