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|Thursday, 25 February 2010 10:40|
Here's a look at some of the stories we're covering today:
More snow! A Winter Storm Warning will be in effect starting at 4 PM today. Forecasters are expecting up to 15 inches of snow in some areas. Tune in to The Morning Buzz tomorrow for a complete list of school closings.
Corruption probe arrest Nicholas Zavarella is expected to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit extortion. Prosecutors accused Zavarella of doing work on County Commissioner Jimmy Dimora's house in exchange for jobs for his relatives. Dimora is not specifically named in the complaint, but the Plain Dealer reports that the identity of "Public Official 1" in the complaint matches that of Dimora.
We're miserable! At least that's what Forbes Magazine thinks of Cleveland. It named our fair city the most miserable city in America, citing our "high unemployment, high taxes, lousy weather, corruption by public officials and crummy sports teams (Cavaliers excepted)." Cleveland+ has fired back, launching whattheforbes.com to highlight the better parts of Cleveland.
Olympic Update The USA took home bronze medals in women's 3000m short track relay and women's bobsled yesterday, and the US men's hockey team knocked out Switzerland by a 2-0 count. It's a big day today, as the US women's hockey team takes on Canada for the gold at 6:30 PM eastern in what is a clash of the titans in women's hockey. Medals will also be awarded today in women's figure skating, women's giant slalom, women's 4x5km cross country relay, men's freestyle skiing aerials, and individual large hill nordic combined.
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