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|Friday, 26 February 2010 08:26|
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Snow! a Winter Storm Warning is still in effect for Cuyahoga County until 10 PM tonight. The snow will continue to pile up throughout the afternoon, so take it slow if you're out on the roads today. If you're a high school student, enjoy your snow day! If you're a college student, have fun griping about how you didn't get a snow day.
More auto jobs coming to NEO This time, it's Ford announcing that they will add 60 jobs at their facility in Brook Park. The plant will be making a fuel efficient V6 engine for the Ford Mustang.
Smoking ban overturned in Franklin County A judge ruled in favor of a Columbus bar that argued that it could not be held responsible for its patrons' actions. State health officials are appealing, and if they are unsuccessful, it could mean the beginning of the end of the smoking ban.
Olympic Update The US women's hockey team fell to Canada 2-0 in the gold medal game, but the Canadian team is under investigation by the IOC after drinking beer and champagne and smoking cigars on the ice while in uniform and wearing their medals after the game. Kim Yu-Na took the gold in women's figure skating, and Canadian Joanie Rochette took bronze just days after her mother passed away. The US still leads the medal count with 32. Medals will be handed out today in women's slalom, men's 4x7.5km biathlon relay, women's curling, the short track men's 500m individual and 5000m relay and the women's 1000m, and the women's parallel snowboarding giant slalom.
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