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January Thaw, Tips to Lower Your Food Bill, Hillary Clinton Back at Work

 

Clouds and some slick spots this morning thanks to areas of freezing rain overnight. We'll gradually clear out the clouds today and temps will stay seasonable. Then we start our warm-up and sunny stretch! Loads of sunshine midweek with temps in the 40s.

 

TODAY:  Clouds early, then turning partly sunny. High: 36.

TONIGHT: Mainly clear. Low: 30.

TUESDAY: Sunny and milder. High: Low 40s.

 

No idea where you stashed the sour cream? Wondering what's lurking in your veggie drawer? Hidden your aunt's infamous fruitcake behind the milk? A normally organized refrigerator can quickly become a maze of food items and stuffed shelves. But here's a good incentive to get your fridge under control: Saving money. The average family of four throws out $1,350 to $2,275 each year in food. I'd rather have a little extra cash, wouldn't you? So how can you keep the food tossing to a minimum? Click here for tips.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will return to work Monday for the first time since she was sidelined by a stomach flu, a concussion and a blood clot. Clinton is slated to attend a meeting with assistant secretaries of state in the morning, according to the department's schedule. She was discharged from a New York hospital Wednesday, three days after she was admitted for the treatment of a blood clot in a vein between her skull and brain. Clinton's troubles started in December when she fainted from dehydration caused by the flu.  Doctors found the clot during a medical test related to a concussion. Clinton was treated with blood thinners to dissolve the clot.

Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager

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