CLEVELAND — On Thursday's 3News Now with Stephanie Haney, the top headlines include Senator Elizabeth Warren dropping out of the Democratic primary race, how to handle concerns over upcoming travel if you're worried about the coronavirus and how a lack of testing kits for possible infection derailed this weekend's Arnold Classic Sports and Fitness Festival.
Plus, if you've been as annoyed as everyone else with unknown numbers blowing up your phone, you'll be happy to know that the Ohio attorney general has launched a Robocall Enforcement Unit and a new reporting tool to stop those unwanted calls.
In entertainment news, a paranormal investigation at Cleveland’s iconic Franklin Castle will be featured in an episode of Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures today.
And Disney has officially greenlit "Hocus Pocus 2," along with the sequel to "Enchanted," after finding the right director.
Shankman will direct both films, but it hasn't been determined which film will be in the works first, according to Variety.
Also, our friend, Al Roker, is returning to Northeast Ohio in April as the featured speaker for the 2020 Delta Gamma Lectureship in Values and Ethics at the University of Akron.
3News’ chief meteorologist Betsy Kling will join Roker for the event.
The event happens on April 2 at E.J. Thomas Hall. Tickets are available to the public for $10.