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Was Something In The Water? Cleveland Seeks Answers After Air Passengers Fall Ill
Six passengers were stricken on the Tampa-bound flight, prompting Cleveland airport officials to shut down and clean water fountains.
A Weed Grows In Toledo, And Residents Hang Their Christmas Hopes Upon It
An attempt to bring a little Christmas cheer has grown to capture the imagination of the city.
Too Much Vitamin D In Dog Food May Have Poisoned Pets, Spurring Recalls And FDA Alert
The FDA says pet owners should watch out for vitamin D toxicity. Recalled brands include Abound, Nutrisca and Natural Life.
Beryl Becomes ‘Very Tiny’ First Hurricane Of Atlantic Season
The Category 1 storm is expected to cross the Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean by late Sunday or early Monday. Some of the islands are still recovering from last year’s hits by Maria and Irma.
FAA To Passengers: Not Our Job To Regulate Seat Size, Legroom On Planes
In a letter responding to a lawsuit brought by the group Flyers Rights, the Federal Aviation Administration said that current seat size is not a safety issue.