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Severe cold increases Ohio shelter needs; dog found frozen

Authorities also said as winter worsens all Ohio residents should have three-day emergency plans in case they’re stranded in their homes. The Cincinnati Police Department reported a water main break downtown Thursday morning and said a salt truck was ...

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By DAN SEWELL Associated Press CINCINNATI (AP) — Severe cold and bone-chilling winds on Thursday gripped most of Ohio, where a dog was found frozen on a home’s porch, and authorities scrambled to provide shelter for those residents needing itTemperatures climbed out of morning low single digits, although wind chill readings remained around zero in some areasBitter cold, with light snowfall, is expected to return this weekend as a weather system sweeps the stateCleveland said four recreation centers would remain open as warming centers over a 48-hour periodOfficials said they would re-evaluate needs on SaturdayCleveland said other recreation centers could be used to get warm during regular business hoursThe Cincinnati Recreation Commission said all 22 city rec centers were open Thursday for warming during regular hoursHamilton County authorities were investigating the cause of death for a homeless man found early Tuesday at a downtown bus stop in CincinnatiIn Toledo, the humane society was looking into the death of a dog found "frozen solid" on a porch, cruelty investigator Megan Brown told The Blade "I don’t know how long she was out there," Brown saidA second dog was recovered shivering inside the homeThe dogs’ owner told The Blade utilities had been shut off but he had been providing for the dogs while living elsewhereHe said he didn’t know how one dog, an American bully, got outsideThe Ohio Department of Aging said older people are at increased risk from such severe cold, from medication side effects to falling risksThe department urged people to check on family members, friends and neighbors to make sure they’re warm enough and have their needed medications and sufficient food and waterAuthorities also said as winter worsens all Ohio residents should have three-day emergency plans in case they’re stranded in their homesThe Cincinnati Police Department reported a water main break downtown Thursday morning and said a salt truck was dispatchedPolice urged drivers in the meantime to slow down to "avoid becoming medalists in Olympic Ice Ballet!" About Us Sign up for daily e-mail Subscribe Our ServicesContact UsSubscribeNews TipsAnnouncement FormsSubscriber RewardsMy ProfileFollow UsFacebookTwitterInstagramYouTubeRSSMarketplaceClassifiedsHomesCarsJobsPlace an AdOhio Public NoticesMarketplace OhioGateHouse Media OhioAlliance ReviewCanton RepositoryKent-Ravenna Record CourierWooster Daily RecordAshland Times-GazetteColumbus DispatchFriday Night OhioBarnesville EnterpriseNewcomerstown News var verticalContent = verticals_data['p'+4895+']; for(var key in verticalContent) { if(verticalContent.hasOwnProperty(key)) { var vc_title = verticalContent[key].title; var vc_url = verticalContent[key].url; var vc_html = '+vc_title+'; var vc_job = 'Jobs'; if(vc_title != ' && vc_title != 'NA' && vc_url != ' && vc_url != 'NA') { if(vc_title == 'Classifieds' || vc_title == 'Cars') { $('#footer-main-verticals ul').append(vc_html); } } if(vc_title == 'Jobs' && vc_url == 'NA') { $('#footer-main-verticals ul').append(vc_job); } } } ThriveHive

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