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ODOT plans ramp closings in Perrysburg - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
It’s at least three months away, but what is likely to be the most disruptive phase of the I-75 reconstruction and widening project in Wood County is already a planning subject for Ohio Department of Transportation.

2 injured in Monclova Twp. crash - 2016-02-11T13:25:47Z
A crash involving a school bus injured two people early today in Monclova Township, authorities said.

Medical marijuana proponents pitch plan - 2016-02-11T18:41:56Z
Dozens of people from across Ohio and Michigan are testifying today at a medical marijuana hearing two Ohio senators are holding inside the student center auditorium on the University of Toledo's Scott Park campus.

Toledo budget already short of cash - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
Toledo’s general fund budget isn’t even approved, and it’s already short on cash.

Woman's body found in Paulding apartment - 2016-02-11T16:17:41Z
PAULDING, Ohio — Authorities are investigating the death of a woman whose body was discovered in a Paulding, Ohio apartment.

‘Dungeon’ sure to stress you out - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
Slashing claws, putrid bites, and swinging swords are common dangers in dungeon-crawling role-playing games. While these are a detriment to a character’s health in Darkest Dungeon, it turns out the most dangerous thing of all was my archer’s blood pressure levels.

Fun, frustration follow OSU’s Loving - 2016-02-11T05:34:21Z
COLUMBUS — Marc Loving is having fun this season.

Man accidentally shoots self in West Toledo - 2016-02-11T12:41:13Z
A man accidentally shot himself early today at a residence in West Toledo, authorities said.

Childrens Services to ask voters for levy - 2016-02-11T17:20:06Z
The Lucas County Children Services Board has approved putting a renewal levy with a request for additional millage on the November ballot.

Officers share meal with kids - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
The Rosa Parks Elementary School students were ready with question after question for Officer Tony Moore.

‘Deadpool’ is Marvel’s potty-mouthed superhero - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
Fox's first superhero movie with an R rating, Deadpool has less to do with a tolerance of the film's rampant profanity, blood, and violence, than one's threshold for Ryan Reynolds.

Steakhouse a welcome addition - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
LAMBERTVILLE — Most residents of greater Toledo would probably agree that there’s always room for another steakhouse in the area.

Mayor sets goals in city address - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson, in her first state of the city address Wednesday, spoke about Toledo's challenges but promised to lead the city through its troubles.

Streaking Comets have won 18 straight - 2016-02-11T05:39:16Z
It could be said that Genoa’s Northern Buckeye Conference girls basketball championship was born last Feb. 19.

Owens Corning profits up - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
Citing strong growth in its roofing and insulation sales, Owens Corning on Wednesday said its profits last year rose 46 percent while its fourth quarter earnings were up just over 230 percent.

Libbey to pay 11.5-cent dividend - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
Libbey Inc., a Toledo tableware maker, has declared a quarterly dividend of 11.5 cents a share, up 5 percent from a year ago, payable March 15 to holders of record on March 1.

Governor to sign Planned Parenthood cut - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
COLUMBUS — Just as Gov. John Kasich takes his presidential campaign from moderate New Hampshire to conservative South Carolina, the Ohio House Wednesday sent him a bill he has pledged to sign to cut off the last $1.3 million in funding the state sends to Planned Parenthood.

Strickland campaigns on trade - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland highlighted U.S. Sen. Rob Portman’s history of supporting international trade agreements at a local political stop Wednesday, despite Mr. Portman’s surprise announcement last week that he will oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Kids urged to ‘Start with Hello’ - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
Preventing school violence can start with something as simple as a friendly greeting to a lonely classmate.

Andersons has 1st loss as public firm - 2016-02-11T05:00:00Z
Editor’s Note: This article updates the goodwill impairment explanation.

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