|Tuesday, 26 January 2010 09:17|
Here's a look at the stories we're following today:
State of the State Address Governor Strickland will make his State of the State Address at noon today. He's expected to focus on jobs, but he may branch out and talk about a wide range of other issues, especially considering that polls show that he is trailing John Kasich in his bid for re-election.
Turnpike removes bike toll The Ohio Turnpike Commission has reversed its decision to toll passenger cars with bicycles on their roofs. Such cars were usually put in a classification intended for trucks because of a laser scanning system that determined the height of the vehicle, but toll collectors will now adjust the tolls when cars exit the turnpike.
West Side Explosion Natural gas is the suspected cause of a house explosion on West 83rd Street near Madison yesterday. The blast happened just after 3 PM after a West 83rd resident called Dominion East Ohio Gas to report a potential gas leak. There are reports that the gas leak had been going on for almost a week before the explosion. No one was seriously injured.
NASA coin headed to the Hall of Fame The coin that will be used in the coin toss in Super Bowl XLIV will be donated by the crew of Space Shuttle Atlantis to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The coin was taken to the International Space Station in November along with several other pieces of football memorabilia.
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