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Violence erupts in Baltimore, 7 officers injured
Seven Baltimore police officers were injured today as rioters threw bricks and stones and burned patrol cars in violent protests after the funeral of a black man who died in police custody.

Lynch sworn in as new U.S. attorney general
Replaces Eric Holder after 6-year tenure.
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OVI checkpoint tonight in Springfield Twp.
Lucas Co. task force to conduct stop on Dorr Street near McCord Road.

Candlelight vigil slated for Chelsea Bruck
Missing woman’s body found Friday near Carleton, Mich.

Rescuers struggle to reach villages
Death toll in Nepal’s earthquake soared past 3,700 today.

Boy, 7, races for ailing schoolmate
’Running for Randy’ raises money to cover cost of kidney transplant.

Bedtime snacks hurt weight loss
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Judge sides with Toledo on traffic cameras
Lucas County’s Judge Mandros says new law violates home-rule powers.
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Toledo Free Press ends print publication
Publisher Tom Pounds announced move online today.
1 hour ago

Walleye 2015-16 home opener slated for Nov. 7
Fish to play 8 straight road games before first home game.
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Car bombs kill at least 20 in Iraq
2 explosions target busy commercial area in Baghdad.
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COLUMNS & BLOGS

S. Amjad Hussain
Mideast turmoil goes back centuries
No easy solution to Iraq, Syria coniflicts.
Keith Burris
Stop labeling public figures
If we make every politician into a bumper sticker, we cheat ourselves.
Dave Hackenberg
Cabrera strolls, Detroit rolls
Miggy will gladly take his walks.
Mary Bilyeu
Peanut butter, jelly, a good cause
Jam City, “The Gourmet PB&J Party,” is back.
Mike Sigov
Tougher stance needed on Russia
One can only hope that NATO countries stay united.
Barbara Hendel
On the Town: 4/26
Toledo’s ‘Downton Abbey’ neighborhood.
Jeff Gerritt
Crisis of credibility
Police-related fatalities demand changes in local law enforcement.


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