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Cleveland officer acquitted in 2 deaths amid 137-shot barrage
A Cleveland patrolman who fired down through the windshield of a suspect’s car at the end of a 137-shot barrage that left the two unarmed black occupants dead was acquitted today of criminal charges by a judge who said he could not determine the officer alone fired the fatal shots.

Rape kit match leads to Toledo man
DNA reopens load of cases.

Tiny creature steered I-475 bridge work
It’s only 1.5 inches but the endangered mussel affected ODOT plans.

Bargaining rights stripped
In-home health-care and child-care workers affected. 

Former archbishop of Canterbury in Detroit
Lord Carey talks about peace in the Middle East.

$3.5M project opening in August
Toledo Area Humane Society on track to open larger shelter in Maumee.

Toledo casino boss leaving
St. John helped Penn National open Hollywood-branded site.


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Detroit-area woman turns 116
She was born in Georgia in 1899 and moved to Michigan in the 1930s.
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Man dead, officer injured in Detroit standoff
Police: He “literally jumped off the porch” with shotgun and fired.
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Senate Republicans block changes to NSA surveillance
Barring 11th hour deal, program will expire May 31.
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Man possibly struck by 5 vehicles in fatal hit-and-run
Police in Indianapolis say victim was fatally hit on a city street.
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Marilou Johanek
Millennial candidate hopes to be force
P.G. Sittenfeld, young Cincinnati councilman, running for U.S. Senate.
TK Barger
Buddhism catching on in Toledo
Illustrates how the religion has adjusted to the West.
Keith Burris
Our greatest assets are human ones
The compassion of Toledo is unmatched in this nation.
Mary Bilyeu
A dinner worthy of our guests
A thrill meeting famed French chef Jacques Pépin.
Kirk Baird
Toledo is the new Peoria
Times have changed. And so has marketing.
Jack Lessenberry
Mich. lawmakers out for themselves
Screwing the people usually makes financial sense.
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The Blade Fishing Report: 5-22
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