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Parade honors working class - 2014-09-02T04:00:00Z
Thousands of marchers celebrated the history of organized labor Monday in a parade that was long on trucks, antique cars, and people walking in large groups.

Cedar Point to close Mantis next month - 2014-09-02T16:25:19Z
SANDUSKY — Cedar Point will close its Mantis roller coaster at the end of this season, the amusement park said today.

BGSU running back suspended - 2014-09-02T14:37:24Z


Recall of dry dog food expanded - 2014-09-02T14:29:24Z
Mars Petcare US is expanding a voluntary recall of Pedigree Adult Complete Nutrition dry dog food.

2 robberies reported in S. Toledo - 2014-09-02T14:19:03Z
Within blocks and minutes of one another, two armed robberies were reported in South Toledo early Monday morning.

Toledo man who was shot now wanted - 2014-09-02T14:23:40Z
A Toledo man who was shot Sunday is wanted by police for allegedly taking part in a robbery and beating at the University of Toledo.

2 arraigned on robbery charges - 2014-09-02T13:58:41Z
Two men charged in unrelated robberies were arraigned in Toledo Municipal Court today.

Stories you might have missed - 2014-09-02T11:00:00Z
1. Monday Memories: Organized labor fights for foothold

Oil seas may sway Scotland's vote - 2014-09-02T12:03:22Z
LERWICK, United Kingdom — In 1469, with his daughter set to marry King James III of Scotland, King Christian I of Denmark and Norway gave his future son-in-law the Shetland Islands, a tiny archipelago in the storm-tossed North Sea.

Referee: Worker shouldn't be fired - 2014-09-02T04:00:00Z
For the second time in a row, a state-appointed referee has ruled that a suspended Toledo Public Schools employee should not be fired.

Texting-driving ban hard to enforce - 2014-09-02T04:00:00Z
When Gov. John Kasich signed House Bill 99 into law on June 1, 2012, officially banning drivers from texting while driving, many people throughout Ohio rejoiced. More than two years later, it seems those cries of celebration were premature.

Fitzgerald campaigns in Maumee - 2014-09-02T04:00:00Z
Ed FitzGerald, the Democratic candidate for governor, campaigned at the Labor Fest picnic Monday in Maumee, vowing to use the unofficial Labor Day kickoff of the general election season to focus on the serious issues.

Advisories remain for 2 beaches - 2014-09-02T04:00:00Z
Two Lake Erie beaches — those at South Bass Island State Park and Maumee Bay State Park — remain under a public health advisory for swimming because of high levels of a serious algal toxin, according to Ohio Environmental Protection Agency online records.

WTOL removed from DirecTV in feud - 2014-09-02T04:07:55Z
The Toledo area’s CBS affiliate, WTOL-TV, Channel 11, is one of 53 stations owned by Alabama-based Raycom Media that has gone dark on DirecTV as a result of the two sides failing to agree on a new carriage contract.

Football ushers in tailgating season - 2014-09-02T04:00:00Z
Football season is upon us.

James Crandall: 1936-2014; Firm leader built homes in Oregon and Toledo - 2014-09-02T05:01:17Z
James Marvin Crandall, a home builder and former member of the East Toledo Rockets and Toledo Barons hockey teams, died Saturday. He was 78.

OSU pass defense put to the test - 2014-09-02T04:46:06Z
COLUMBUS — Ohio Stadium will feature several new wrinkles on Saturday night.

Rivalry is secondary to winning - 2014-09-02T04:40:39Z
Corrected version: Story updated to correct Devin Funchess‘‍ game stats.

Toledo DB Cole could be out for year - 2014-09-02T04:33:32Z
University of Toledo senior cornerback Cameron Cole is out for the Missouri game on Saturday and possibly done for the year, UT coach Matt Campbell said on Monday.

Central’s Green commits to UT - 2014-09-02T04:22:24Z
Central Catholic star linebacker Chris Green announced Sunday on Twitter that he verbally committed to play football at the University of Toledo.

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