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Flood Watch for Area Rivers/Teacher Who Had Sex with Student Out of Prison/Cavs Beat Spurs

Ice jams cause flooding concerns. (Source: WOIO) Ice jams cause flooding concerns. (Source: WOIO)
A fairly strong system will be affecting the area Friday and Saturday. This will bring quite a bit of rain and additional flood risks.  
Clouds will be increasing rapidly Friday. There still should be enough sun to allow temperatures to warm above 50 degrees. 
A shield of rain will move in the second half of the afternoon. Widespread rain will occur Friday night. The latest data is going with a .5-1 inch of rainfall. This will most definitely cause concerns along local rivers and creeks.  
The rain will continue through Saturday afternoon, but will decrease in intensity. The system crosses Saturday evening.

FRIDAY: Partly sunny with increasing clouds. HIGH: 53
FRIDAY NIGHT: Rain showers.  LOW:40
SATURDAY: Light rain and drizzle—very gray day. HIGH: 52
SATURDAY NIGHT: Still could be dealing with rain: light. LOW: 35
SUNDAY: Mostly Cloudy to start—partly cloudy finish but cooler. HIGH: 43

NEWARK, Ohio (AP) - A former central Ohio high school teacher who has served more than two years in prison for having sex with a special-needs student is getting out early.
A judge on Thursday granted Sonya Horn's request to suspend the last 22 months of her four-year sentence and put her on probation.
The 34-year-old Horn was sentenced to four years in prison in January 2013 after pleading guilty to four counts of sexual battery and tampering with evidence. She had been a special education teacher at Johnstown High School.
The (Newark) Advocate (http://ohne.ws/1MvBDzI ) reports that part of her plea involved prosecutors agreeing not oppose early release if Horn asked for it.
As part of her probation, Horn will not be allowed access to the Internet or to have unsupervised contact with minors.

SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Kyrie Irving had a career-high 57 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers rallied for a 128-125 overtime victory over the San Antonio Spurs in a physical and emotional game Thursday night.
Irving had the most points in the NBA this season, topping his 55-point game against Cleveland on Jan. 28. He scored nine points in the final minute of regulation to force overtime.
Irving hit a 3-pointer in the face of heavy defense from Danny Green to pull Cleveland to 110-107 with 31 seconds remaining in regulation. After the Spurs' Kawhi Leonard missed two free throws with 4.3 seconds left, Irving made another 3 - this time over Leonard - to tie it at 110.
Irving made all seven of his 3-point attempts, was 20 of 32 from the field overall, and made 10 free throws without a miss.
LeBron James added 31 points in his first game at the AT&T Center since being blown out in five games by San Antonio in the NBA Finals in his last games with the Miami Heat.

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