MONDAY MORNING NEWS AND SPORTS

WIMA NEWS COPY MONDAY AUGUST 26, 2019

>>LPD Respond to Early Morning Burglary

The Lima Police Department was on the scene of a burglary early this morning. A suspect is in custody in relation to an incident at B.S. City, 333 North Jackson Street. Police say they observed the suspect in the building upon arrival. More information is expected later this morning after detectives finish processing the scene.

>>Weekend Fatal Crashes

The Wapakoneta Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash from Saturday night that claimed the life of a Darke County man.

The accident occurred on State Route 219 near the Auglaize Mercer County Line.

23 year old Jason Frey of Yorkshire was killed when his motorcycle was struck from behind by another motorcycle operated by 25 year old Andrew Bohman of Maria Stein, ejecting him from the bike.

Frey was pronounced dead on the scene while Bohman was transported to a hospital.

Neither rider was wearing a helmet and alcohol is thought to be a factor in the crash which remains under investigation.

A crash Shelby County last night proved to be fatal as well. 49 year old Soraya Rivadeneira of Troy was killed when her 2012 Nissan Versa was struck as she attempted a U-Turn on State Route 589 at Middleton Road. A passenger in her vehicle was flown to Miami Valley Hospital. The driver of the the vehicle that struck the Versa, 19 year old Devlin Allen of Sidney, along with a passenger in his vehicle, were transported to the hospital for observation.

>>WIFI AT THE SHOE

THE OHIO STATE BUCKEYES ARE JUST A WEEK AWAY FROM OPENING THE SEASON AT HOME AND THERE'S A BIG IMPROVEMENT AWAITING FANS AT THE GAME.

YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SNAP, INSTAGRAM AND TEXT WITHOUT DELAY DURING THAT FIRST GAME. AFTER YEARS IN THE MAKING - OSU SAYS WIFI AT THE SHOE WILL BE READY FOR THE AUGUST 31ST GAME AGAINST FLORIDA-ATLANTIC. THE UNIVERSITY SAYS ANY GLITCHES DURING THE GAME - WILL HELP THEM TWEAK THE PROCESS.

WIMA SPORTS COPY MONDAY AUGUST 26, 2019

>>Indians Rally, But Lose To Royals In 10 Innings

(Cleveland, OH) -- The Indians scored four in the bottom of the ninth to force extras, but lost 9-8 to the Royals in 10. Ryan O'Hearn's second homer of the game won it for KC. Franmil Reyes hit two for the Tribe, including a three-run shot in the ninth to tie it.

>>Indians' Ramirez To Have Surgery Today For Broken Hand

(Cleveland, OH) -- Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez will have surgery today in New York after breaking his hand in Saturday's win over the Royals. The two-time All-Star fractured his hamate bone while swinging the bat. It's unclear how much time he'll miss.

>>Tribe Takes On Tigers Tomorrow

(Detroit, MI) -- The Tribe is off today before opening a three-game set tomorrow in Detroit. Adam Putko will oppose Spencer Turnbull. The Indians lead the Rays by just a half-game for the top AL wild card. They're three-and-a-half back in the AL Central.

>>Reds Gets Swept In Pittsburgh

(Pittsburgh, PA) -- Trevor Bauer had another rough outing and the Reds had a rough weekend in Pittsburgh. Bauer had his shortest outing of the season, allowing eight runs in three innings as a Reds' rally fell short in a 9-8 loss to the Pirates, who swept the three-game weekend series. Kyle Farmer, Josh VanMeter and Eugenio Suarez homered in defeat. Nick Senzel was held out with a sore thumb.

>>Reds Going With Gray Tonight

(Miami, FL) -- Sonny Gray will start tonight for the Reds, who open a four-game series with the Marlins in Miami. Gray is 6-and-1 with a 1.58 ERA in his last 10 starts. Pablo Lopez will come off the Miami injured list and make his first start since June 15th.

>>McIlroy Win Tour Championship

Rory McIlroy earned a record $15 million payday by winning the season-ending Tour Championship and his second career FedEx Cup. McIlroy shot a 4-under 66, while Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka faded down the stretch and failed to break par.

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