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Mourning, hope mix at vigil - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
MORENCI, Mich. — Tanya Zuvers did not kiss her sons as she sent them to bed Thursday night.
Ohio weighing microbeads ban - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
A bill recently introduced in the Ohio House of Representatives would ban the sale and manufacture of products containing tiny plastic particles known as microbeads, a likely companion to legislation introduced earlier this year in the Ohio Senate.
Crash into utility pole in Oregon - 2015-11-27T21:55:08Z
A motorist crashed into a utility pole this afternoon in Oregon, police said.
Man dressed as guard robs armored truck - 2015-11-27T21:18:36Z
DETROIT — Police are investigating the reported theft of more than a half-million dollars from an armored truck parked in downtown Detroit.
Mich. family carries on custom - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
PETERSBURG, Mich. — Nico Johnson grabbed the football and ran with it unchallenged, to his grandmother’s cheering and applause.
Perkins Twp. man arrested in stabbing death - 2015-11-27T17:13:05Z
BOGART, Ohio — A Perkins Township woman’s recent ex-boyfriend has been arrested in her death Wednesday, authorities said.
Teachers camp-out to fight hunger - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
TEMPERANCE — Forgive Jim Lopinski, Greg Robinson, and Jim Vergiels for being groggy Wednesday.
Woman killed in Henry Co. crash ID'd - 2015-11-27T14:26:28Z
NAPOLEON — Authorities have identified Karol Beilharz, 75, as the person who was killed Wednesday night when a car and a tractor-trailer rig collided in a road intersection near this Henry County community.
Campbell, Fleck share youth - 2015-11-27T05:54:10Z
Aside from the obvious implications for the University of Toledo’s final home game today against Western Michigan, the game presents another intersection of two-fast rising careers that — for better or worse — always will be intertwined.
UT holiday dinners about community - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
It’s the fellowship, stupid.
Holiday gift guide: Music - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
There’s so much to choose from when buying for a music lover: the hottest new album, high-tech accessories, or even an instrument for the musician in your life.
Toledo Zoo’s lights at No. 2 in ongoing online poll - 2015-11-27T12:50:19Z
The Toledo Zoo’s annual holiday light show was ranked the second among the best U.S. zoo light exhibits Thursday as voted by the public on USA Today’s tenbest.com website.
Kovacs, Wisterts share unique bond - 2015-11-27T05:39:06Z
ANN ARBOR — Jordan Kovacs sat at a diner in Ann Arbor when he saw his phone ring. The number of an assistant coach flashed on the screen.
I-75 work coming along - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
MONROE — A traffic switch Tuesday night into early Wednesday on I-75 near and north of Monroe signals that Michigan’s $102 million reconstruction project there is nearing its halfway point.
A Toledo-born rivalry - 2015-11-27T05:49:32Z
The legend begins hard by the state line on the corner of Alexis and East Rowland Road in Toledo.
Holiday closings continue Friday - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, Toledo, county, state, and federal government offices remain closed today, along with Oregon, Maumee, Sylvania, and Perrysburg city offices. Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles deputy registrar sites statewide are open.
Former boyfriend suspected in slaying - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
BOGART, Ohio — A Perkins Township woman’s former boyfriend remained in a hospital Thursday after authorities named him as the prime suspect in her apparent slaying Wednesday.
Last ‘free dump day’ of year is Saturday - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
Toledo residents can take excess trash and large refuse items such as furniture to the city landfill Saturday for the last “free dump day” of the year.
Fifth Third closes five area branches - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
Fifth Third Bank has closed five area bank branches as part of a larger cost-cutting effort that bank officials say will save the Cincinnati company $60 million a year.
Michael A. Nassr (1931-2015): Air Force colonel often drawn back to Toledo - 2015-11-27T05:00:00Z
Michael A. Nassr, a retired Air Force colonel drawn back to his native Toledo from wherever he was based, by ties of family, school, and hometown heritage, died Oct. 31 in Sunrise at Ivy Ridge, Alpharetta, Ga. He was 83.
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