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Reward offered in Findlay burglary
FINDLAY — The Findlay-Hancock County Crime Stoppers are seeking tips about an Oct. 24 burglary at Tony’s Restaurant, just west of Findlay.

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Climate change forum at Toledo library
Holy Spirit Catholic Community will host a discussion about climate change at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Sanger branch of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, 3030 W Central Ave.

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Toledo Area Humane Society holding adoption event for cats
The Toledo Area Humane Society is holding an adoption special for cats this weekend.

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Toledo Zoo unveils Emerson's new home
This story is supposed to focus on how Emerson the giant Galapagos tortoise has nice new winter digs at the Toledo Zoo and how, if the weather forecast holds, visitors will be able to get their first glimpse of him inside his warm, comfy new abode today.

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Daily log: 11/1
Births

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School's reward fund hits $3,500
The July 24 shooting death of a 16-year-old boy remains unsolved, prompting Toledo police to ask for the public’s help in catching the person or people responsible.

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Wreck in Maumee ends police chase
A crash involving a 22-year-old woman accused of leading police on a chase in Maumee remained under investigation Friday, authorities said.

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Toledo police chase ends in crash
A South Toledo man who reportedly led Maumee police on a chase that ended when his car crashed into a light pole was indicted on Thursday by a Lucas County grand jury.

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Police shoot ‘pit bull’ attacking woman in North Toledo
Two Toledo police gang-unit officers shot and killed a “pit bull” that was reportedly attacking a woman Thursday evening.

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Toledoan placed on probation for arson
A Toledo man who set fire to the house where he was living was placed on probation for two years Thursday and ordered to pay $2,810 in restitution to the property owner and perform 80 hours of community service.