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Wooster City Hall evacuated due to bomb threat

A bomb threat was called into the Wayne County Justice Center a little after 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23, evacuating homes and buildings and shutting down Market Street. Wooster City Schools and the College were both notified.

After an extensive search, no explosives or explosive residue were found in the building, police reported.

The Wooster Police Department is currently investigating the incident.



Rape flier causes stir at Miami University

Last weekend, a student at Miami University found a flier entitled “Top Ten Ways to Get Away with Rape” posted in the men’s bathroom of a freshman dorm. The tips on the flier ranged from putting roofies in a girl’s drink to slitting her throat in order to ensure that she cannot later identify her rapist. Number 10 on the list of tips read “RAPE RAPE RAPE… college boys live it up!!”




Tropical storm Sandy is 18th tropical storm this season

Tropical storm Sandy, the 18th named tropical storm this season, is projected to become a hurricane that will pose a threat to Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, the Bahamas and eventually the United States. If Sandy makes it to the United States, the damage will be likely in southeastern Florida, but officials say that there is a chance that the northeastern part of the state will also experience a significant storm. Another tropical storm may be brewing as tropical depression number 19 of the season has the potential to turn into tropical storm Tony.




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