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Volunteers work to replace potato salad lost in fire
The German-American Festival that kicks off today already has had overwhelming support from volunteers who are coming out to help make homemade potato salad following a fire in one of its refrigeration trucks that destroyed a ton and a half of it.

TPS reduces suspensions
Expulsions were also down in 2013-14.

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

Water snatched up amid rumors
Social media, texts spread concern about another advisory.

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.

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