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Toledo Zoo aquarium reopens after 'a wait worth waiting for'
With a quick cut using shark-shaped scissors, the new Toledo Zoo aquarium was o-fish-ally opened to hundreds of visitors today.
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Late priest admits to abusing boy
He was at St. Francis de Sales High School, died last month.
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Man in police custody dies at hospital
Toledo’s police chief said no wrongdoing has been found.

Hayes embarrassed after talking slip
Wisconsin player told teammates stenographer was ‘beautiful.’

Walleye set for big game tonight
Toledo hosts South Carolina (40-18-7).

City police prepare for neo-Nazis
Large part of downtown closed to auto, foot traffic.

4 file to run for Council seat
Ramsey, Harper among hopefuls in May 5 vote.


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Stocks end rough week with tiny gains
Indexes had second-worst week of the year.
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Fed chair hints at rate hikes this year
Yellen says continued economic improvement may trigger hikes.
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Man rescued from Swan Creek had fled police
31-year-old submerged himself just below the frigid water’s surface.
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NBA MVP Durant done for the season
Oklahoma City star to have season-ending surgery next week.
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Keith Burris
Life is not complicated
Ebeid: It’s the people who make it complicated.
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Locked into treatment
Medication-assisted treatment goes to jail.  
Jack Lessenberry
Politics trumps problem-solving
Politicians are frozen into ideological straitjackets.
Mary Bilyeu
Beauty in ugly fruits, vegetables
Beauty, as they say, is in the eye of the beholder.
Matt Markey
Anglers must follow the rule book
Know the hours and equipment regulations for river run.
Dave Hackenberg
Time to put UT scandal to rest
8 years later, the storm has finally passed.
Kirk Baird
Thou shalt tolerate publicity stunts
Ten Commandments have stood in Toledo for nearly 60 years.

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