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Historic bankruptcy trial begins in Detroit
Opening statements in Detroit’s historic bankruptcy trial began Tuesday afternoon in federal court, where lawyers for the city will attempt to convince a judge that its plans to wipe out billions of dollars in debt should be approved. Attorney Bruce Bennett, who is representing the city, said the plan gives creditors all of value that the city can provide. “All the revenue sources creditors can reach and are permitted to reach are exhausted,” he said.

American purportedly beheaded
Islamic State issues video about U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff.

Cedar Point to close Mantis next month
Officials didn't say what will take the roller coaster‘‍s place. 

BGSU running back suspended
William Houston was accused of attempted rape.

Football ushers in tailgating season
Here are some tips to liven up the football game menu.

Recall of dry dog food expanded
Some Pedigree brand bags may contain small metal fragments.

WTOL removed from DirecTV in feud
Toledo CBS affiliate part of battle involving DirecTV, Raycom.


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Head Start classes at stop sign
TPS-run program’s start delayed by lack of necessary licenses.
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Mistakes cost Toledo $396,000
City has to return some federal police funding.
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Obama urges eBola precautions
President addresses West Africans about the deadly disease.
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Nude photos from iCloud accounts
Apple says several celebrity accounts were compromised.
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