Morning Brew: 6-Cent Water Bill, Akron Mom's Story Goes National, Ohio Politicians Got Boost From Bush, and Teen Drinking




Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you get the margaritas and vaporizer ready for the PTA meeting.

— An elderly couple can't finalize the sale of their North Royalton home because the Cleveland Division of Water has a 6-cent water bill they won't clear, despite repeated calls from the couple. (

— The Akron mother who was sent to jail for lying about her residence so her kids could attend a better school is getting national attention this week. (

— A report concludes that Bush cabinet members broke rules to aid certain Ohio Republicans in the 2006 elections. We're looking at you, Mike DeWine. (

— A bunch of teens are in trouble after being found with alcohol and drugs at a PTA fundraiser event at Kalahari. As a rule, all PTA fundraisers would be more successful with alcohol and drugs. (WKYC)

We'll be back after we put our makeup on.

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