|News - News Blog|
|Wednesday, 07 April 2010 09:01|
Here's a look at some of the stories we're covering today:
Record Heat Yesterday's high temperature of 85 degrees beat the record high of 84 that had stood since 1929 for April 6. It also broke the record for the most days over 80 degrees in April in recorded history. Unfortunately thunderstorms are expected to roll in today, knocking tomorrow's high down to 60 degrees.
Ohio to see historic construction spending in 2010 Boosted by federal stimulus money, Ohio will award around $2 billion dollars in transportation construction projects. Some highlighted projects include the reconstruction of the Innerbelt Bridge, work on I-75 in Dayton, and a bridge widening project on I-270 in Columbus. Get ready for those orange barrels!
Transit Police to have expanded jurisdiction on Euclid Avenue RTA police were always allowed to patrol the street along the HealthLine on Euclid Avenue, but an agreement with the City of Cleveland allows them to now patrol the sidewalks as well. This will allow them to intervene in situations that occur on the sidewalk that they were previously they could only act as good samaritans.
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