Young Ohio Mom and Fashion Model Is Killed in Car While Talking to Friend in Alleged Robbery

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An Ohio-based model and young mom who was set to travel to London for her next modeling job was shot and killed last week when she was allegedly held up at gunpoint in her car, say police.

On the night of Oct. 1, Shalaymiah Moore, 34, of East Cleveland, had gone out to dinner with a friend, her parents told local station 19 NEWS.

In the early hours of Friday morning, Moore was dropping her friend off at Lake Shore Blvd. in Euclid, when two men came up to her car window and pulled out a gun, her parents said.

Instinctively, “She turned and they shot her in the back and it went through her heart,” her mother, Rochelle Moore, told 19 NEWS.

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Ohio small businesses can appear EntryPoint’s 2020 Midwest Shop Local Gift Guide this holiday season

CLEVELAND, Ohio — EntryPoint, a nonprofit research organization, is helping Midwest small businesses display their products and services this holiday season.

EntryPoint encourages people to buy locally, and it is launching the 2020 Midwest Shop Local Gift Guide, where Midwestern businesses can promote their products and services. Businesses must have 25 or fewer employees and sell an item or service that could be bought for the holidays. The guide will be showcased in November and December, and submissions are due by Oct. 11 here.

In addition to appearing in the guide, some businesses will also have a chance to be on EntryPoint’s livestream series, “The Cackle.”

The show has featured small businesses from across the country, and a special edition the week of Nov. 30 will feature entrepreneurs from 20 small businesses. Businesses will be notified by Oct. 23 if they are selected.

“Many small businesses rely on the revenue

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Ohio State Women’s Basketball Receives Early Recognition

Rise and shine, Buckeye Nation! Each morning, we get you caught up on the latest news and information regarding Ohio State and the world of college athletics. Here are your headlines for October 1, 2020.

OSU Women’s Basketball No. 21 in ESPN’s Top-25 Poll

After finishing 21-12 last season, the Buckeyes find themselves ranked in ESPN’s Way-Too-Early rankings.

Ohio State mostly ended last year on a high note, if it wasn’t for CoVID-19 striking the wrong chord. The team won four of its last five games, including three victories in the Big Ten Tournament by an average of 16 points before falling to Maryland in the title game.

Five Big Ten teams were included in the poll; Maryland (12), Northwestern (16) and Indiana (17) were ranked higher than the Buckeyes while Michigan received the No. 25 slot. 

Ohio State will be led once again by 6-foot-4 Hungarian Dorka Juhasz,

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