After a long weekend in New York unplugged from society, we returned in search of the big stories that we missed. It didn't take long to discover that it wasn't the Plain Dealer's continuing investigations of Cleveland cops using excessive force or jury selection in the Anthony Sowell trial that captivated Cleveland's attention this weekend, but WKYC's hard-hitting report on worms in Brunswick that had everyone talking.
God bless the local news.
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