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Updated 11 hours ago
Mich. quake felt in northwest Ohio
GALESBURG, Mich. — Bob Burnett thought maybe a tree had fallen on his house. Or had two of the big trucks that thunder down the highway near his home collided and blown up?

Updated 12 hours ago
Toledo casino a safe bet
Since Ohio’s first legal casino opened in 2012, more than $37 million in tax revenue has flowed from gamblers’ pockets to public treasures in Lucas and Wood counties.

Updated 12 hours ago
Local businessman takes in derby
Steve Taylor of Taylor Automotive Family and his wife, Julie Taylor, take in the scene before the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs inLouisville on Saturday.

Updated 12 hours ago
Fight restored for Buckeye Cable
The most anticipated boxing fight in years was delayed because of high pay-per-view demand causing problems for cable and satellite systems.

Updated 12 hours ago
East Toledo blaze kills teen
An East Toledo teenager was killed and his brother was critically injured early Saturday in a fire for which state officials were called in to assist local investigators.

Updated 12 hours ago
Police search UT for armed man
The disturbing phone calls arrived just before 4 p.m. — first to the Toledo police and the University of Toledo police.

Updated 12 hours ago
Touring Trains in Toledo
Jason Staffan of Maumee, center left, son Logan, 4, left, and nephew Noah Huddleston, 6, right, tour trains, including Amtrak cars and Norfolk Southern and Ann Arbor engines, at the National Train Day Toledo Celebration at the station downtown.

Updated 12 hours ago
Fremont mayor faces challenge in primary
FREMONT — Two Fremont Democrats with differing visions for the Sandusky County seat will battle in this week’s mayoral primary.

Updated 12 hours ago
Voters in Michigan weigh plan to increase state sales, fuel taxes
Michigan voters will decide Tuesday if a tax plan advanced late last year by the state Legislature and Gov. Rick Snyder is how they want to pay for fixing the state’s crumbling highway network.

Updated 12 hours ago
Rossford, Genoa, Woodmore schools seeking new levies
A string of area school districts and public agencies are on the ballot on Tuesday with levy requests.




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