Deadly hit and run, Damp Halloween, Councilman Candidate argument, and food stamp cuts

Good Friday morning Northeast Ohio

We start the morning with a tragedy in Euclid, where a 22-year old man was hit and killed while crossing the street. The driver originally fled the scene, but when she returned 15 minutes later, she was arrested. Reporter Bill Safos is live in Euclid as police investigate what happened, and how hit and runs can be prevented.

A wet and windy Halloween led some cities to postpone Trick-or-Treat to the weekend, but most did not. Jenn Harcher is bringing you some of the parents reactions to the decisions. If your city postponed, visit our website to see your new Trick-or-Treat dates and times.

And caught on camera, an argument between a business owner and a Cleveland City Council candidate. You won't want to miss this confrontation. Reporter Ed Gallek brings us the details only on 19 Action News.

It's November 1st, and Food Stamps cuts begin today due to a 2009 stimulus bill expiring. And Congress is debating-and it could mean even more cuts. Reporter Bigad Shaban breaks down the potential impact.

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