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Officials wrangle to keep iconic Jeep vehicle in Toledo
The future of the Jeep Wrangler in Toledo may come down to the city’s bridge-building skills. A new Wrangler is due in 2017, and Fiat Chrysler officials say it will be considerably more expensive to build that vehicle in Toledo than it would at one of the automaker’s other U.S. plants. What they won’t say is how much more, though the difference seems likely to stretch into the hundreds of millions of dollars.

Anti-vaccine trend concerning
Local measles false alarm fuels worry; some laud choice.

Temperance bowling alley rolling
Owner with link to establishment adds ice rink to list of attractions.

Memory meets merchandising
Matters of life and death at estate sales.

'Cosby 77' tour comes to Sandusky
Comedian sends message to State Theater ahead of Friday show.

The Blade Top Workplaces 2015
Logistics firm, healthcare firm, Perrysburg schools win.
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1 dead in snow plow crash
The Ohio Highway Patrol is on the scene at Maumee Western Road near Toledo Express Airport.
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2 Marines ID'd from helicopter crash
Pilots from Pa., Ken.; accident occurred in S. Calif. training exercise.
4 minutes ago

20M dating-site passwords stolen
Site not ID’d; most stolen were from Russia, Europe.
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Eastern Michigan basketball player killed in crash
Women’s basketball player and another student died in a head-on collision.
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Keith Burris
If we fought Ebola the way we fight guns?
We accept the slaughter of innocents as a part of the modern condition.
David Kushma
Open to all and always evolving
Our library puts Toledo in the big leagues.
Jack Lessenberry
Blade should have printed cartoons
The decision of whether to run Charlie Hebdo cartoons not an easy one.
Mary Bilyeu
Taste of the Nation tickets on sale
Plenty of Morsels to chew on in this week’s column.
Dave Hackenberg
Here's to 100 more years of UT-BG
Times change, Rockets-Falcons rivalry doesn’t.
Mary Alice Powell
Pets a passion for ex-Perrysburg resident
Sitting business aptly named “There’s No Place Like Home.…

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