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Franklin Park Mall ownership embarks on $2M in upgrades
A year ago, mall operator Starwood Retail Properties bought Toledo’s Franklin Park Mall but declined to reveal what plans it had in store for the area’s premier shopping complex. A year later, Starwood has taken its first steps toward ensuring the mall’s future.

Police units to combine leadership
Vice, gang, SWAT included in unified structure.

No new Noe trial
Federal judge rejects Tom Noe’s bid for another chance. 

Weed It & Reap: Food Forest
Guardians of the garden on Collingwood Ave.
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Rockets’ pressure valve
Jones paving way to be No. 1 WR after a year off.

Trails' future not yet clear
40 at open house divided on plans for pedestrian path.

Royals rally in 12th
Kansas City kept coming back, finally tops Oakland 9-8.


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Balance helps Mules avenge loss
Bedford rallies to win first game, then overwhelms rival Saline.
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Patchy dense fog predicted overnight
National Weather Service: fog will linger through morning.
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Suburban L.A. mayor fatally shot
Daniel Crespo’s wife now in custody.
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Browns’ Tate returns to practice after injury
RB returns to practice for first time since season opener. 
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Kelly Heidbreder
is prime to grow grass
Patches; Down to the core; Give it a drink.
Matt Markey
Archery season tests patience, planning
Ohio’s 2014-15 bow season opened  before sunrise on Saturday.
Dave Hackenberg
Komen race filled with miracles
Race for the Cure full of inspiring stories.
Keith Burris
The gospel of planet-saving
Lourdes' Dowd an 'evolutionary Christian.’
Mary Bilyeu
Pizza Hut leans in with consumers
Industrial food giant scores some points with Lighter Slice.
S. Amjad Hussain
Know Canada
The U.S. needs to be more neighborly.

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