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Fire investigators in Garrettsville will continue their search for a cause of their massive weekend downtown fire. They say it may take a few days because they'll be reviewing videos. Right now, they're looking at a roof repair crew that was working on one of the buildings. A witness says they were using blow torches. The state fire marshal estimates there is $5 million in damages.

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Officials say a mumps outbreak in the Columbus area has grown to 63 cases. 45 of those cases are linked to Ohio State University. But now health officials are concerned it's spreading beyond the campus. The cases span from early January to this past weekend. Mumps often starts with fever, fatigue and body aches and spreads quickly from person to person. Doctors urge people to get vaccinated.

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Southwest Airlines is adding new nonstop service from the Akron-Canton Airport, to Washington D.C. The two daily round trip flights begin Nov. 2 and tickets will go on sale in May. Southwest currently offers nonstop flights from CAK to a number of cities including Atlanta, Denver, New York and Orlando.

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