Here's a look at the top 9 most read stories on WKYC.com from the past week.
NUMBER 9 - Crash on 480
Friday's crash on I-480 at the Turnpike captured our readers attention. Some lanes on 480 westbound were closed after a truck slammed into the overpass causing extensive damage.
LIVE TRAFFIC CAM: I-480 at I-80 Turnpike East
The I-80 east ramp to the Ohio Turnpike is expected to be closed for an extended period of time.
Images from the scene showed significant damage to one of the steel girders of an overpass.
FULL STORY: Crash closes 480 westbound at turnpike
NUMBER 8 - No More Snow Days?
It's true, snow 'days' are history. Ohio has now switched to an hour based schedule instead of required days in school. Instead of making up missed days, schools will have to make up missed hours.
Under the new system, a typical school has well over the minimum hours, so they could have 20 days worth of hours banked. This means having less time to make up if school is delayed or cancelled.
School districts believe it will mean more flexibility with their days. In Cleveland, it means the district will have six days when parents go to school, not their kids.
Parents will be able to go to school to visit their child's teachers in Cleveland six times this year. The district adjusted teacher schedules so it was convenient for parents. (FULL STORY)
NUMBER 7 - Warrant issued for fugitive
The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of fugitive Randolph Valure.
Valure is wanted by the U.S. Marshals, the Medina County Sheriff, the Seville Police, and the Wadsworth Police for failing to appear and for violating the terms of his bond.
Valure is believed to be in the company of Eva Spath, who may be assisting Valure in hiding from the authorities.
NUMBER 6 - Meet Swagger!
Johnny Manziel's newest teammate with the Browns has four legs and can roll over on command.
A dog named Swagger will lead them onto the field this season, Cleveland team vice president of marketing Kevin Griffin revealed in a radio interview.
Griffin says the dog is a bull mastiff, described by The American Kennel Club as a dog "that possesses great intelligence and a willingness to please, making them ideal family companions and protectors."
Swagger is an attempt to re-connect with Cleveland's Dawg Pound of the past.
The notoriously rowdy bleacher section in old Municipal Stadium gave Cleveland one of the best home-field advantages.
August 21, 2014: Swagger is an attempt to re-connect with Cleveland's Dawg Pound of the past. WKYC-TV
SWAGGER: Meet the Browns new ambassador
NUMBER 5 - The Feast of the Assumption
The Feast of the Assumption will wrap up Sunday on Mayfield Road in Little Italy and WKYC Reporter Wale Aliyu was out with restaurant owners getting ready for the final night of the busy weekend.
"I got tomorrow off," said Frank Sara, baker at Baker at Presti's Bakery. "And then Tuesday we have to fill everything back up."
For David Anthony, owner of Anthony's of Little Italy, this is their 16th Feast.
"For us, it's about a four-day sprint. It's not a marathon. It's a sprint," Anthony said. "We run pretty hard from Thursday through Sunday. I think I've been averaging about 3 1/2 hours of sleep at night for the last few nights but Monday we will catch up."
The Feast started Thursday at 6 p.m. and will run until Sunday night at 11 p.m.
NUMBER 4 - Kent State mourns passing of football player
Kent State University is mourning the loss of student-athlete Jason Bitsko, who died unexpectedly early Wednesday, August 20.
In a statement from the university, officials say "Bitsko was found unresponsive in the bedroom of his off-campus apartment shortly before 9 a.m. Police believe he passed away from an undetermined medical issue."
Bitsko, 21, was set to begin his fourth year on the football team and would have been the starting center for this coming season. He started all 12 games in 2013 and was recently selected to the Phil Steele's Preseason All-MAC Third Team.
Bitsko graduated from Wayne High School in Huber Heights, Ohio, and was studying Marketing.
"Kent State University and the entire Kent community mourns his passing," said Joel Nielsen, Kent State's director of athletics. "We are heartbroken by the news of Jason's death. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends, teammates and everyone whose lives he touched."
KENT STATE: Football player dies
NUMBER 3 - BIG Changes at FirstEnergy Stadium
Cleveland Browns fans can expect to see major changes at FirstEnergy Stadium when the gates open Saturday night.
Phase one of a two year $120 million plan to make substantial upgrades to the stadium is almost complete. Most of the money to pay for the upgrades has come from Browns owner Jimmy Haslam.
At times more than 200 constructions workers were at the stadium moving two million pounds of steel and pouring more than 13 million pounds of new concrete.
Saturday the Browns will take the field for their third preseason game against the St. Louis Rams and fans will get to see the improvements in person for the first time.
The goal is to get you, the fan, down to the stadium to experience the action in person.
It's been 15 years since any major improvements have happened at the stadium. This year the Browns organization says they have renovated" for some winning football.
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NUMBER 2 - Cleveland restaurateur indicted on child rape
A downtown Cleveland restaurant owner has been indicted on 34 sex charges involving a minor, including 18 counts of rape.
Sean Heineman has pleaded not guilty. His bond was set at $500,000.
Heineman used to be a partner in the Cleveland restaurant group which owns Town Hall in Ohio City and the Barley House in the Warehouse District. A spokesman for the restaurant group says Heineman sold his interest in both restaurants.
He is now a franchisee owner, the spokesman said, of the Harry Buffalo restaurant on East Fourth Street in Cleveland.
FULL STORY: Restaurant owner indicted on child rape
NUMBER 1 - Inside Jeffrey Dahmer's childhood home
Most folks in Summit County and Northeast Ohio know the history of Jeffrey Dahmer.
Many are unaware that he grew up in Bath. While he may be gone, the stories still persist.
His childhood home and the place where he murdered his first victim in 1978 is again for sale.
While this house has a certain stigma to it, Realtor Rich Lubinski of Stouffer Reality Inc. thinks that selling this house, while tough, isn't impossible.
The asking price? $295,000.
Lubinski reminds people that "this house never killed anyone."
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His childhood home and the place where he murdered his first victim is again for sale.