Fatal Fire in Slavic Village, Cool and Dry Today, Do You Recognize This ISIS Militant?

Fatal fire in Slavic Village (Source: WOIO)
Fatal fire in Slavic Village (Source: WOIO)

A man was found dead inside a charred garage following an early morning fire on Cleveland's east side. The fire was reported around 4:00 a.m. on Huss Avenue between Fleet and Broadway, the Cleveland Fire Department said. The garage, which sits behind a home, with engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived but it did not take long for them to extinguish the fire. According to neighbors the victim, described only as a white male, was having some financial problems and the utilities were shut off inside the home.Once the fire was out firefighter's found an enormous amount of debris, including a car. They believe the victim may have been living inside the garage.

Drier air will hold temperatures at many locations only in the 50s.  Blustery west winds will gust over 30 mph.  Tonight will be bright with moonlight as temperatures dip into the mid 40s. Thursday will also be chilly with a partly cloudy sky and temperatures again topping only around 60 degrees.

(CNN) - The FBI on Tuesday asked for the public's help in identifying an English-speaking militant who appeared to help execute Syrian soldiers in an Islamic State recruitment video released last month. For weeks the FBI has been using facial recognition and voice analysis trying to trace his accent and comparing what they find to other Americans the intelligence community has been watching. FBI Director James Comey said he believes there are about a dozen Americans currently fighting in Syria, but he's even more worried about the Americans not currently on his radar. "I don't know what I don't know," he said. The effort is part of a broader public appeal by the FBI to identify Americans seeking to join jihadist groups fighting overseas. It comes on the heels of a 19-year-old Chicago man arrested on Saturday. CNN has learned that Muhammed Khan wasn't on the FBI's radar until very recently.

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 Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager