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Tressel accused of cheating at Ohio State, Youngstown State

Former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett hasn't been a part of the Buckeyes since 2003 and has spent the last several years in jail. But some of his accusations about money and boosters and Coach Jim Tressel are starting to gain traction. Former YSU players and boosters are telling similar stories from the coach's days there and talk from other former Buckeyes are backing Clarett.

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The Lantern

February snow is one for the record books

This February has been the second snowiest on record in Columbus and the month is only half way over. February snowfall now totals 25.1 inches and for the season, we've received 44.9 inches -- 25.6 inches more than usual.

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The Dispatch

Iconic Clintonville diner is back

After several fits and starts, Nancy's Home Cooking on High Street, will reopen on Friday. The Clintonville diner famous for chicken and noodles, garbage omeletsm, and sausage gravy and biscuits closed on June 1 after 38 years.

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The Dispatch

Ohio fugitives featured on billboards

U.S. Marshals will soon have another tool for finding fugitives in Ohio. Clear Channel will post the wanted photos on billboards around the state for free.

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NBC4i

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