|News - News Blog|
|Tuesday, 16 February 2010 08:28|
Here's a look at some of the stories we're following today:
50 car pileup The crash shut down 29 miles of I-71 southbound in Delaware County for 7 hours as crews cleared the wreckage. The highway has reopened, but if you're headed to Central Ohio, be sure to take it slow.
BGSU professor suspended Associate Professor Bruno Ullrich was suspended on January 22 for making threats against his colleagues. The suspension was not a response to the shooting at the University of Alabama-Huntsville last week. A BG spokesman declined to describe the exact nature of the threats.
Olympic Update The US team picked up two more medals yesterday, as Seth Wescott won gold in Snowboard Cross, and Bode Miller took home the bronze in men's downhill skiing. Both US hockey teams will be in action today, as the women play Russia and the men play Switzerland. In other action, medals will be given out in alpine skiing, biathlon, luge, snowboarding, and speed skating. But perhaps the most important event today is the beginning of the much-anticipated curling tournament, with the US men's rink taking on Germany and the women's rink taking on Japan.
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