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Columbus news roundup: Snowmageddon Part II on the way

Snowmageddon Part II on the way
Just as Central Ohio takes time to breathe and get back to normal, forecasters say another winter storm is coming that could leave Central Ohio could get up to 8 inches of white death on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Nothing good happens at a strip club after 3 a.m.
At least that's what mom used to say. And the man who was shot and killed at about 3:15 a.m. at Lollipops early Sunday would likely agree.

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Cavs fans to go thirsty
The Cleveland Cavaliers have removed drinking water fountains from Quicken Loans Arena "to prevent the spread of bacteria and illnesses, such as swine flu." Raise your hand if you believe that or believe they're just trying to get fans to pay $4 for bottled water.

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Columbus could soon offer domestic partner benefits
City leaders are about to arrive in the 21st century and extend health benefits the benefits to people who are living together but are not married. Better late than never.

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Hilliard teens hit while walking to school
Two boys walking to school in Hilliard this morning were hit by a vehicle while walking.

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Evan Turner: National Player of the Year?
We already knew Evan Turner was the best Buckeye hoopster. Now the junior point guard is getting some attention on the national level. 

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