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Governor John Kasich will deliver his “State of the State” address in Columbus on Tuesday. We don't think he'll mention how he's going to take $8 billion out of the state budget, the “idiot” who gave him a ticket on Route 315 or Martin Luther King Jr. Day or St. Patrick's Day.—-

“I did it for the people of Cincinnati”: Mayor Mark Mallory made primetime history by becoming the first public official to be on Undercover Boss. Mallory dawned a fatsuit and handed out parking tickets, none of which went to the 41 public service workers who lost their jobs a month before the show was filmed.

U.S. gasoline prices are now at an average of $3.51 a gallon, up from $2.75 a year ago.

Fox News is now banned in Canada. And not just because they've admitted to hiring actors to call their radio shows.

Sarah Palin called Kathy Griffin a 50-year-old bully.

For all of the coeds at the University of Cincinnati who were planning on locking George Clooney in their dorms until summer break, your time is up. Clooney has finished filming all of his Cincinnati-area scenes his latest project, Ides of March.

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