Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you wait for the cop to finish writing the ticket.
— Traffic citations are way up this month compared to January 2010. We'd make a snarky comment, but then the chances of us getting pulled over on the way home would be 50% higher. (Cleveland.com)
— The company that manufactures a drug that Ohio will now use in executions adamantly opposes the state's decision to use its drug, meant for saving lives, to end them instead. (Columbus Dispatch)
— Looks like Groundhog Day will involve a massive snowstorm. Quick, someone find an annoying small rodent to sacrifice to the snow gods to avoid this. (NewsNet5)
— John Kasich has an aggressive plan to combat algae. That plan likely involves only white people. (AP)
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