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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Tomorrow’s American League Wild Card matchup is set.

The Cleveland Indians will host the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays qualified, by beating the Rangers, 5-2 last night in Texas. Tomorrow’s Tribe-Tampa Bay game is sold out. You can hear it on 95.3 WLKR. Should the Indians win, they’ll play in Boston at 3 Friday afternoon, and 5:30 Saturday.

Thousands of uninsured Ohioans now have another option, when it comes to healthcare coverage.

Health Insurance Market Exchanges opened today, as part of the Affordable Care Act, providing coverage to people who don’t have job-offered insurance.

The finance director of the Erie County Care Facility has been fired, after admitting to stealing money from a patient.

Melissa Langston admitted to taking more than $200, with plans to repay it. She’s currently under investigation, for allegedly stealing more than $10,000 from the county-run nursing home. Charges are expected.

There’s a new way for hunters to check deer.

ohiogamecheck.com is a mobile friendly site that allows hunters to check deer from a smartphone. A valid e-mail address and phone number are required. A new tagging procedure by ODNR requires hunters to make their own game tag to attach to a deer. It can be made of any material, as long as it includes the hunter’s name, date, time and county of the kill.

Yesterday, we told you about the new higher speed limit on State Route 2, between Vermilion and Bay View.

That’s now 70 miles-per-hour You can now go 60-miles-per-hour along parts of U.S. Route 20, between Monroeville and Bellevue.

Ohio’s Sixth District Court of Appeals has upheld the firing of former superintendent William ‘Bud’ Martin.

He was let go in 2009, for allegedly sexually harassing employees. Also fired for similar reasons—Martin’s former assistant, Darrell Hykes. The court previously affirmed his dismissal.