Weekend Weather, Man Murdered During Domestic Dispute, No Yogurt for Olympians

Today:  Partly sunny and really cold. High 12
Tonight: Extremely cold again. Low: 0
Saturday: Chance of Snow Showers in  late afternoon. High: 20
Sunday:  cloudy and cold with light snow. High: 24

A 28-year-old man was fatally stabbed during a domestic dispute on Cleveland's east side late Thursday night.
It happened on the 600th block of East 123rd Street around 11 p.m. 
The preliminary investigation reveals that a 21-year-old woman and the victim were involved in an altercation during which the victim suffered a stab wound to the chest.  
The victim was rushed to Metro, where he was pronounced dead. He has yet to be identified pending family notification.
The suspect was arrested on scene. No word on charges at this time.

One of the sponsors of the U.S. Olympic team can't get their product to Sochi for the Winter Games, thanks to an ongoing trade dispute between Russia and the United States. 
From the factory to the finish line, a load of Chobani Greek Yogurt made in the U.S.A., is held up in a long running battle over trade rules for dairy exports between the two countries. 
Chobani is an official sponsor of the U.S. Olympic team and Olympic athletes have done television commercials for the brand. 
Sen. Chuck Schumer, from the state of New York where Chobani is based, is apparently a fan of the product. He is calling on the Russian ambassador and the head of the Olympic committee to remove the roadblocks so that the yogurt can be sent to the U.S. team. 

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