Morning Brew: Local Price is Right Winner, Train Catches Fire, Cavs Lose to LeBron Again, and Akron's Holiday Water Gift

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Whats better than The Price is Right? A Mark Price is Right t-shirt.
  • What's better than The Price is Right? A Mark Price is Right t-shirt.

Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you check what time it is on your Casio calculator watch.

— A local woman who won some prizes on The Price is Right back in September has finally received her swag. The haul: an Audi Q5, three Gucci watches, a TV, and a ping pong table. Things she didn't win: an awesome Mark Price t-shirt.(WOIO)

— The Cavs lost to the Heat again last night, but it was a close game. They get an "A" for effort, or something like that. They still suck. (NewsNet5)

— Akron has agreed not to shut off the water of residents who are delinquent on payments until at least early January. Christmas cheer and H20 for everyone! (Ohio.com)

- An Amtrak train caught on fire yesterday just outside of the city. The pictures, which show the $1 million in damage caused by the flames, are quite astounding. (Lorain Morning Journal)

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