Loading…
Friday, August 22, 2014
Current Weather
Loading Current Weather....
Obama offers birth control fixes for religious groups
Seeking to quell a politically charged controversy, the Obama administration announced new measures today to allow religious nonprofits and some companies to opt out of paying for birth control for female employees while still ensuring those employees have access to contraception.

Fire destroys potato salad at local festival
German-American fest receives support of volunteers making more food.
Photo Gallery

Pa. man held on $1M bond in shooting
Keevon Johnson charged with murder of Toledo man outside strip club.

U.S. faces tough options in Iraq, Syria
Heart of quandary over Islamic State militants is their haven in Syria.

Rockets abuzz about Larimer Complex
UT dedicates latest in string of renovations to athletics facilities.

Polar bear cubs leave Toledo
Siblings shifted to Minnesota to ensure genetic diversity.

Ford can't run for Senate
Elections board votes 4-0 to remove former mayor from ballot.

MORE NEWS

AP
HEADLINES
News
AP Loading....
Arts & Entertainment
AP Loading....
Sports
AP Loading....
Business
AP Loading....



BREAKING NEWS

Jabrill Peppers will return punts for Michigan
Freshman Peppers is a 5-star cornerback recruit from New Jersey.
37 minutes ago

Hamas kills 18 suspected spies
Apparent attempt to plug security breaches and deter others from spying.
38 minutes ago

Officer charged in hot-car death of police dog
Wyoming police officer pleaded not guilty to an animal-cruelty charge.
1 hour ago

Ohio baby sitter gets 7 years for rape
64-year-old assaulted 4 children she baby-sat over several years.
2 hours ago

Current Weather


Weather Loading....
Weather Loading....



COLUMNS & BLOGS

Keith Burris
Scientific plan needed for lake
Brown and Kaptur are heroes for making Lake Erie a priority.
Mary Bilyeu
Bonding over barbecue
31st annual Northwest Ohio Rib-Off more than a contest.
Dave Hackenberg
UT women’s golfers look to climb high
Senior Jennifer Elsholz hopes big summer leads to team success this fall.
Kirk Baird
Tripping on Woodstock memories
Woodstock is celebrating its 45th birthday.
Fishing Report
The Blade Fishing Report: 8-22
The best angling information from area experts.
Jack Lessenberry
Lawmakers do nothing as roads rot
What will it take to get Michigan to repair its crumbling infrastructure?
Barbara Hendel
Around Town: 8-21
Sylvania restaurants in the spotlight.


Be informed with Breaking
News, Connect with us or
subscribe below







BLADE EDITORIAL

The stand-your-ground bill would subject Ohioans to unnecessary risks; it should not become law.




Blade Best/Most Read









Poll