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The Butler County Sheriff's Department is working a possible drowning at this hour.Details are limited, but Sheriff Kenny Harden says crews are searching for one of two men who went fishing in a boat.More >>
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BOWLING GREEN, OH (Toledo News Now) -
takes more than a little bad weather to close a university, but some Bowling
Green State University students say commuter safety should be taken more
tired of walking to class in frigid temperatures took to Twitter to make their
point. #CloseBG was trending on social media Sunday night. They say that
because Wood County was under a level
two snow emergency Monday morning, students shouldn't have to put
themselves in danger to get to class.
just got to be really careful," said Evan Fletcher, a senior who commutes. "You
can't stop too fast, like if you're at a stop sign or anything, or take turns
even at 25, you can slip."
University policy states campus will only close
during a level three snow emergency.
certified most accurate meteorologists are predicting a wind chill of 20
degrees below zero Tuesday morning. University officials say they're monitoring
the situation and will make the call as they see fit.
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