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Mayor Hicks-Hudson outspends 7-person field
Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson, the endorsed Democrat in the seven-way race for mayor of Toledo, has booked more than $40,000 in television and newspaper advertising, an amount that eclipses all of her opponents in the Nov. 3 special election.

Food businesses say bird flu poses a price dilemma
Egg costs rise as avian influenza subsides.

Harbaugh not hyping UM-MSU rivalry’s significance
Showdown looms in series Spartans have dominated in recent years.

Recipes for Autumn apples
So many ways to prepare season’s bountiful harvest.

UT looks for input on master plan
University aims to shrink physical footprint.

UAW to vote on contract next week
Leaders hope 2-day voting will better control message.

Washington Local has 3 seats to fill
Voters hear candidates’ platforms for board of education.


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Kansas City fire official: 2 firefighters killed
Two other firefighters hurt in building collapse.
8 minutes ago

Central Toledo fire under control
All occupants of house at Lawrence and Lincoln avenues escaped unhurt.
12 minutes ago

No more nudes for Playboy
Magazine to end publishing fully nude female photos; poses will still be provocative.…
13 minutes ago

China's Sept. imports plunge 20.4%
New sign of economic weakness for world’s second-largest economy. 
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Keith Burris
A beautiful American
He worries about his country. And he digs deep.
Mary Bilyeu
You’re not in Ann Arbor anymore...
I’m really a Toledoan now, after living here for more than 18 months.…
Matt Markey
Lake Erie’s perch more than a fall
Gibsonburg native hauls in 14.5-inch yellow perch.
Dave Hackenberg
Wolverines’ revival now on fast track
Michigan back in national spotlight under Harbaugh.
S. Amjad Hussain
Something all grandparents long for
Of grandparents, grandchildren, happiness, and ties of tradition.

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