Tomorrow morning could be a mess…
The forecast calls for rain, freezing rain and sleet, changing to all rain by afternoon.
After knocking off Alabama in the Sugar Bowl, the Ohio State Buckeyes will play for college football’s national championship.
Early this morning, OSU won the Sugar Bowl, by topping Alabama, 42-35 Next up for Ohio State: Oregon. The Bucks and Ducks will play January 12th at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
Two people have been arrested, in connection with a pair of November robberies near Willard.
Anthony Hoover and Heather Graves, both of Collins, were arrested Wednesday, after confessing to entering a Holiday Lakes home twice, and stealing money and jewelry from an 80-year-old man. The two will likely face multiple felony charges. According to reports, Graves previously worked for the victim, and was familiar with his home. During the second robbery, Hoover allegedly knocked the man to the ground, while Graves stole cash and jewelry. Huron County deputies were able to crack the case, after offering a $1,000 reward, and receiving a tip.
The Norwalk Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is looking for information about a heavily-damaged, abandoned vehicle that was discovered along U.S. Route 20 West.
The car was found shortly before 1:30 yesterday morning. It had hit a pole and overturned. It’s not known if the driver was injured. It’s believed the car was last driven by a Norwalk man in his 30′s. Anyone with information should contact the Norwalk Patrol Post at 668-3711.
89,000 Ohioans have signed up for Obamacare.
85 percent are getting financial assistance. Those numbers were provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
For the first time in nearly six years, Ohio’s average for gas is under $2 a gallon.
According to AAA, today’s average for self-serve regular in the Buckeye State is $1.94, the lowest since early 2009.
In case you missed the announcement Wednesday…
Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan has named a longtime city employee as the city’s new Superintendent of General Services. Wally Ritchie is taking over for Dick Moore, who retired in late November. Ritchie has worked for the city in various capacities for 23 years. His most recent position was Maintenance Specialist.