Batavia Week in Review: Stabbing Incident, Olympics Visit, Kirk Road Changes

Here's a look back at Batavia's top news from Aug. 5-11.

Here are some of the top news stories in Batavia from the past week:

—An 18-year-old Chicago woman faces two counts of aggravated battery after a stabbing Thursday at , according to .

—A Mill Creek Elementary teacher and one of his sons, a 2012 Marmion grad, recount the "trip of a lifetime" and their audience cameos on the NBC 'Today Show' overseas.

—The proposal to eliminate left turns at Kirk-Giese and Kirk-Chillem is headed to the Batavia City Council later this month for a final vote. The Batavia City Services Committee unanimously recommended the changes at its Tuesday meeting in .

—Someone hit a 1-inch gas line that had to be secured. This is the fourth noted gas leak in the Tri-Cities this summer.

—A brutal Aug. 4 afternoon storm sent tree branches and loose objects to the ground everywhere. Here are photos of the damage.

—The woman's father said she was not given any warnings to leave as the storm approached Fifth Third Bank Ballpark, according to media reports.

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