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Commissioners OK raises
Lucas County commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved 3-percent raises for the county sheriff’s employees, Emergency Medical Service responders, and the county Recorder’s Office.

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Ex-ranger released early from prison
BOWLING GREEN — A former Wood County Park District ranger who admitted to secretly videotaping women while they changed clothes in park facilities was released Tuesday after serving 10 months in prison.

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Boater sentenced in passenge death
An Oregon boater pleaded no contest Tuesday in Toledo Municipal Court to reckless/​unsafe vessel operation in connection with a July 11 incident in which a passenger fell out of his boat and drowned.

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Springfield schools’ public forum is today
Springfield Local Schools will host a forum today about the district’s funding priorities.

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Man faces arraignment in attack that led to death
A man jailed in an assault last weekend is to be arraigned today in Toledo Mun-icipal Court on a murder charge.

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All-women team of paramedics honored
The first all-women team of paramedics from Lucas County was recognized Tuesday by the county commissioners for earning second place in the Journal of Medical Services' annual JEMS Games, an international competition for paramedics.

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New UT trustee focused on finding new leader
Steven Cavanaugh said the search for a new University of Toledo president to replace Dr. Lloyd Jacobs is among the biggest challenges he faces as the newest member of the college’s board of trustees.

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UT board turns to firm in search for new chief
There’s still more than a year to go before University of Toledo President Dr. Lloyd Jacobs leaves his position, but university trustees are wasting no time seeking his replacement.

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Mom accused of killing baby blames her live-in
The Toledo woman accused of murder in the death of her 6-month-old son took the stand Tuesday, blaming his injuries on the man with whom she lived.

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Volunteer plan presented to Toledo council
The Collins administration wants to create a volunteer program for citizens and public and private organizations to care for and maintain parks and other public property.