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Cleveland Wants To Bill Tamir Rice Family For EMS, Ambulance Services

The city of Cleveland wants to bill the family of Tamir Rice for ems and ambulance services he received after being shot in November 2012.
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After enduring winds that topped 120 mph and waves that tossed their ship around, passengers of the Anthem of the Seas are on dry land Thursday, having cut short a planned cruise to the Bahamas. Royal Caribbean says the storm that damaged the ship and forced its return to New Jersey "far exceeded forecasts."

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Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton meet Thursday night on a debate stage in Milwaukee. It will be their first face-to-face matchup since Tuesday's New Hampshire primary where Sanders beat Clinton by more than 20 points.

Further unraveling a project that's been a sign of cooperation, North Korea is ordering all South Koreans from a jointly run industrial complex, after South Korea announced it would suspend work there in retaliation for Pyongyang's recent missile launch and nuclear test.

North Korea is also freezing all assets related to the Kaesong Industrial Complex and cutting two communications hotlines between the neighboring countries.

From Seoul, reporter Haeryun Kang tells our Newscast unit:

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Ohio Governor John Kasich finished 2nd in the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary on Tuesday.

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Bond is set at one million for the Reynoldsburg man accused of squeezing a toddler to death.

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A mistrial has been declared in the case of a Columbus motorist charged with hitting and killing a pedestrian.

The Ohio Senate is considering a bill aimed at saving money and the amount of time some inmates spend in jail before sentencing.

A group that supports maintaining current term limits in Ohio is airing radio spots warning against an impending vote by state lawmakers to extend term limits - only no such vote is imminent.

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Water In Columbus Is Abundant, But Drinkable Water In Flint, MI Is Scarce

Columbus4Flint is still collecting bottled water at Traxler Custom Printing at 3029 Silver Drive. Columbus4Flint is also accepting donations of paper plates, hand sanitizer and wet wipes.

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WCBE Presents The Travelin' McCourys Live From Studio A Thurs. Feb. 11, 2016 @ 2PM!

The Travelin' McCourys will play a few songs during the Global Village in advance of their show that night at the Park Street Saloon with Billy Strings! Tune in for live music, conversation and chances to win tickets to the show!It's all waiting for you on 90.5FM Columbus, 106.3FM Newark and on line at www.wcbe.org!www.wcbe.org/listen - LISTEN LIVE!BIO:No other band today has the same credentials for playing traditional and progressive music. As the sons of bluegrass legend Del McCoury,...
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Scientists Aflutter Over Gravitational Wave Rumors

Researchers may have detected gravitational ripples from the collision of two black holes, according to rumors circulating in emails and on blogs.The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) is planning a major announcement for Thursday morning. For now, scientists directly involved in the project are staying quiet about what they've seen, but other researchers say it could be a major breakthrough for the fields of physics and astronomy."Everyone's going to be watching; we...
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From Junkyard To Museum: The Journey Of A 'Jaws' Shark

Call it a happy ending to a fish-out-of-water story.Today, a one-of-a-kind, fiberglass shark cast from the same mold as the iconic, mechanical sharks used in the 1975 classic movie, Jaws, is leaving home.After more than 25 years keeping watch over Aadlen Brothers Auto Wrecking, a junkyard in Sun Valley, Calif., the shark known as Bruce is headed to a museum.This matters to me. Because the shark and I have a past.Like many people, I used to be afraid to go in the ocean because of Jaws.Unlike...
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