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Arctic blast arriving in NE Ohio as blizzard bears down on New England
Mild temperatures are being replaced by cold air and snow in Northeast Ohio today. This week we’ll be chiseling away at our huge snow deficit; tonight we could get 1 to 2 inches of snow alone. Meanwhile, parts of eastern New England are preparing for a powerful winter storm expected to bring blizzard conditions and the threat of coastal flooding. The storm was expected to dump as much as 18 inches of snow on parts of Cape Cod.

17-year-old arrested in murder of Kent State student
Police say a 17-year-old Stow High School student has been arrested in the shooting death of a Kent State University student. Kent police Lt. Mike Lewis identified the victim as Nicholas Massa, 18, of Westlake. He was found dead in an apartment near campus on Sunday afternoon. Lewis said the 17-year-old suspect will be charged with delinquency by aggravated murder. A motive is not yet clear.

Cleveland Browns add eight new coaching staff members
There are eight new additions to the Cleveland Browns coaching staff. Those include:  Rock Cartwright (offensive quality control); Louie Cioffi (defensive backs); Ken Delgado (assistant defensive line); Johnny Holland (inside linebackers); Cannon Matthews (assistant defensive backs); Robert Nunn (defensive line); Eric Sanders (defensive quality control) and Ryan Slowik (outside linebackers).

Super Bowl 50 ranks as second highest-rated Super Bowl in history
Sunday’s Broncos-Panthers game couldn’t quite top the excitement — or the viewership — of last year’s Patriots-Seahawks game. Still, Super Bowl 50 ranks as the second highest rated Super Bowl in football history, according to overnight Nielsen ratings data. The game averaged a 49.0 rating, meaning that 49% of American homes with TV sets had the game turned on. Last year’s record rating was a smidge higher — 49.7.

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