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Health
5:23 pm
Mon November 28, 2011

Springfield Clinic Offers Low Cost Health Care

A clinic in Springfield is offering an alternative approach to affordable health care. It is one of the first of its kind in the Miami Valley. And as WYSO's Wayne Baker reports, it is eliminating the role of insurance companies to keep costs low.

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Sports
5:17 pm
Mon November 28, 2011

OSU Set To Introduce Meyer As Next Football Coach

Ohio State says interim coach Luke Fickell will remain on Urban Meyer's staff and lead the Buckeyes in a their bowl game.

Meyer, the former Florida coach and native Buckeye, was officially hired Monday by Ohio State, a program with a glittering past that has suffered through a difficult year of NCAA violations, suspensions and a 6-6 record.

The university scheduled a 5:15 p.m. EST news conference to introduce Meyer.

Books
1:57 pm
Mon November 28, 2011

Book Nook: What It Means to Be a Democrat, by George McGovern

George McGovern sees that America is at a crossroads. He has some strong feelings about the current state of our political system. In "What It Means to Be a Democrat" he expresses what he feels must happen within our two party system today.

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Statewide News
10:59 am
Mon November 28, 2011

Food Banks Worry About Rising Peanut Butter Prices

Food banks around the country say rising peanut butter prices are making it harder for them to provide one
of their most-requested items this holiday season.

The increase in the cost of peanut butter and food overall has been a blow to food banks and pantries that say they're serving more clients and having a harder time getting donations because of the economy.

Peanut butter is popular at food banks because it's a kid-friendly protein source that has a long shelf life and doesn't require special storage, cooking or utensils.

Statewide News
10:56 am
Mon November 28, 2011

Northwest Ohio Advised of Potential for Flooding

Flooding could become a problem across northwest Ohio, where up to 2 inches of rain is expected to drench
areas already saturated by recent rainfall.

An area that stretches from Toledo to Cleveland's western suburbs and several counties to the south will be under a flood watch from late Monday night to late Tuesday. The National Weather Service says flooding is possible along rivers and creeks and in low-lying areas.

A few rivers in the region were already approaching flood stage Monday morning.

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