|Friday, 05 February 2010 10:38|
Here's a look at some of the stories we're following today:
Ohio could set lethal injection record There are already nine executions set for this year, including that of Mark Brown yesterday, and prosecutors are asking the Ohio Supreme Court to set dates for five more inmates. Assuming all 14 of those executions actually happen, it would shatter the Ohio record for the most executions carried out in one year set in 2004 when 7 inmates were executed.
Cedar Point job fair The amusement park in Sandusky is looking to fill about 4,500 jobs for the summer season. One way they're going about doing that is by having a job fair today and tomorrow. The jobs range from performers to ride operators. Applicants must first go to Cedar Point's website and fill out an application.
Soccer balls for Haiti A group of students at Baldwin-Wallace are working to collect soccer balls for children in Haiti. Russ Mika, a senior soccer player for B-W, told the AP that he knows soccer can be a powerful outlet. They hoped to collect 50 balls, but have collected over 100 and are now shooting for 250. You can check out their website here.
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