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Lucas County entering Level 3 snow emergency at 3 p.m.
Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp today announced that the county will be going to a Level 3 snow emergency beginning at 3 p.m. today.

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Toledo artist chronicles migration from the South
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Buckeye CableSystem turns 50
Local company is at forefront of fast-changing cable industry.

Toledo’s only fertility lab closing
Health-care firm says business considerations led to decision.

Gas pipeline’s route fuels fear
Company says path in region not finalized.

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Ohio State student helps manage grass.

Regional pro wrestling a hit
Powerbomb Championship Wrestling comes to Oregon.
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If the city wants to spend public money to keep the Wrangler here, taxpayers need to know the details.

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