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Mayor: Microcystin detected in Lake Erie, city water safe
City officials emphasized that Toledo’s drinking water remains safe and microcystin has not yet been detected in water at the Collins Park Water Treatment Plan. The intake crib where the algae toxin was detected is 3 miles out in the lake, they said. Water in the city’s treatment plant remains safe, they said.

State tracks beach dangers
No algae warnings posted yet along Lake Erie.

Death investigated as homicide
Body of woman, 61, found in her home on Gordon St.

Retail space fills up slowly across region
Vacancy rate falling steadily.

Jury finds state rep guilty of felony
Speaker: Kraus to lose his seat.

Farmers feeling peachy
Summer fruit makes a comeback after tough year.


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Mud Hens top Red Wings 2-1
Toledo ends losing streak with victory over Rochester.
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Boy Scouts to end blanket ban on gay adults
Motion approved by 80-member National Executive Board in a teleconference.
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Nike offers partial refund to end FuelBand lawsuit
Suit claimed bands did not accurately tally steps taken or calories burned.
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Officer caught tossing food at handcuffed suspect
The southwest Florida police officer has been suspended.
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