Body Pulled from the River in the Flats/Rain in the Forecast/Highest Paid Athletes

Body Pulled from the River in the Flats/Rain in the Forecast/Highest Paid Athletes
Crews recovered body from water near the Flats early Tuesday morning. (Source: WOIO)

Cleveland fire crews pulled a body from the river in the Flats Tuesday morning. Officials were called to 1811 Scranton Road around 7:45 a.m. Coast Guard is also on the scene helping with the recovery. The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner has been called out.

Scattered showers and thunder can be expected again today as Gulf of Mexico moisture continues to surge northward across Ohio. Under mainly grey skies we'll see highs in the low 80s. Tonight brings a break in the wet weather as lows dip only into the upper 60s. Showers and thunder redevelop by tomorrow afternoon. Especially on Wednesday and into Thursday we'll all be threatened with the POSSIBILITY of a few strong to perhaps severe storms. Thursday evening we'll start clearing out and cooler, drier air will start filtering in.

Forbes released a list of the top 100 highest paid athletes for the year 2014. Earnings figures were gathered starting on June 1, 2014 to June 1, 2015. Figures include all salaries, prize money, and bonus money paid. Taxes and agent's fees were not included, according to the article. Investment income was also not included. Which athletes topped the list? Click through the slideshow to find out.

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Julia Tullos