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Bond set at $100,000 for robbery suspect - 2016-06-28T12:59:13Z
Bond was set at $100,000 today for a Sylvania man accused of robbing a Huntington National Bank branch in West Toledo.
Toledo's Secor Building awarded $5M in tax credits - 2016-06-28T14:05:15Z
The Secor Building in downtown Toledo has won Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits, incentives the owner say are key to financing the $35.7 million project to convert the building into a boutique hotel.
Lead-reduction plan in rentals incites debate - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
Debate over a controversial proposal to require some older Toledo rental properties to be certified “lead-safe” erupted Monday when proponents clashed with landlords during a city council committee hearing.
Crash backs up SB I-75 traffic in North Toledo - 2016-06-28T12:18:55Z
A two-vehicle crash backed up traffic on southbound I-75 in North Toledo early today, authorities said.
Fireworks thrown into North Toledo house - 2016-06-28T11:46:39Z
An unknown person tried to set a house on fire in North Toledo early today, authorities said.
Northern delights: Summer foods from Arctic Circle - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
Summer has come to the Land of the Midnight Sun.
Dana joins Mercy Health to throw Jeep’s big party - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
The Toledo Jeep Fest got a big boost Monday with Dana Holding Corp. joining Mercy Health as a title sponsor for the August event meant to celebrate the Jeep brand’s 75th anniversary.
Judge rules Lucas County must pay jail costs - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
In the legal battle between Toledo and Lucas County over incarceration costs, a visiting judge threw out bylaw changes in the operating agreement at the regional jail and upheld the city’s charging policy that holds the county responsible for jail costs of defendants Toledo police arrest.
Poll: Poverty worries Christians less - 2016-06-28T04:07:53Z
When it comes to seeing the poor as a concern for the government, those who profess the Christian religion in Ohio are not in the front ranks. The unchurched are.
Detours add hours to trips on turnpike - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
WAUSEON — Don Decker of Holland always picks up his four grandchildren near Chicago when they come to Ohio for a visit. Usually, the drive home takes less than four hours.
High court rejects Texas abortion rule - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
COLUMBUS — Ohio’s legal restrictions on abortion clinics could be endangered by Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down somewhat similar provisions in Texas.
Two companies given OK to expand facilities near Lima - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
A state panel gave the green light Monday to approve tax credits for a pair of expansion projects near Lima that together should create at least 70 new jobs.
City calls to end violence between families - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
Toledo officials were backed by Blackman and Hopings family members Monday in a unified call to end months of violence.
Clinton, Warren rip Trump in Ohio - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
CINCINNATI — While co-campaigner U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren savaged Republican Donald Trump as a “money-grubber,” presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Monday pitched a populist message in Mrs. Clinton's third trip to Ohio in 15 days.
Imagination Station event tricks guests' taste buds - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
A recent Tasting Adventure at the Imagination Station proved once again that science really is fun.
Man gets 15 years for trafficking, forced labor - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
The ringleader of a forced labor human trafficking operation at an egg farm near Marion was sentenced Monday in federal court to more than 15 years in prison.
Parks program blends fun, summer learning - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
Above, Kobe Bailey, Hysan Jones, and Juson Williamson, from left, lock arms Monday as they play a game of Ships and Sailors during Summer Fun Fest at Woodrow Wilson Park in Toledo. The month-long program incorporates free educational programs open to ages 5 to 15 at local parks in the Toledo area.
Judge Cook is appeals candidate - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Gary Cook is the local Democratic Party’s candidate for an open spot on the Nov. 8 general election ballot for Ohio 6th District Court of Appeals.
Educational exhibit to visit area - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
Toledo and Perrysburg this weekend will host the PNC Mobile Learning Adventure, a chance for children between the ages of 2 and 5 to participate in fun, educational activities.
Sandusky County sheriff’s detective put on paid leave - 2016-06-28T04:00:00Z
FREMONT — A Sandusky County sheriff’s captain is on paid administrative leave pending an investigation.
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