March 11, 2014
Toledo has already broken the record for snowiest winter this year, but we're not done yet; hear what one local weather expert has to say about what we can expect. Gina Todd reports from Les Cayes, Haiti, where students in UT's "Learning Through Service" course spent their spring break helping others. Zeinab Cheaib has information about whether or not some local eateries with past health violations have cleaned up their acts. With the Flappy Bird game app no longer on the market, some people are making a great deal of money by selling their used smartphones online. A monster truck show takes over Toledo's Huntington Center over Spring Break. The UT Department of Communication is prepared to award thousands of dollars in scholarships; find out when the applications are due. The Rocket Men's and Women's basketball teams recognize their graduating seniors and Frank Vajcner speaks to two of the standouts. Samantha Muirhead has highlights of the Men's Basketball team's regular-season finale against Eastern Michigan and also has a look at a local women's football team who's hard-working athletes are competing across the region.
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