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UAW threatens strike against Fiat Chrysler
The United Auto Workers has given Fiat Chrysler Automobiles notice that the existing contract extension will end Wednesday night, a sign that negotiations have either broken off or are not proceeding well. The union’s notification said workers could walk off their jobs at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday.

Toledo's pot ordinance faces legal challenge
Ohio Attorney General's Office asks judge to declare sections invalid.

Collins says she has skills to finish husband’s work
Collins was primary architect of her husband’s 2013 platform.

Where is the money?
Toledo mayoral candidate Bell asks city why it’s facing deficit.

Last of firefighters’ complaints dismissed
State rejects claim of interference.

Research group to open in Ohio
Effects of medical marijuana focus of long-term study.

Recognizing first responders
Many follow a family tradition. (Sponsored Content)


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Top general in Afghanistan recommends keeping U.S. troops
Recommended keeping more than 1,000 troops beyond 2016.
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Fifth Third Bank to pay $85 million settlement
Settling civil fraud claims for sticking govt. with defective mortgages.
36 minutes ago

Volkswagen faces cheating hearing on Capitol Hill
VW has limited lobbying footprint.
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State Dept. seeks more emails from Clinton
Wants work-related emails sent using private accounts.
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Keith Burris
Meanwhile, behind the curtain
City Council is doing its thing, and little of it has been edifying.
Mary Bilyeu
Eating while sightless
Sight Center of Northwest Ohio hosts White Cane Walk.
Matt Markey
Wild turkey season set to start Saturday
Wild turkeys have made strong comeback.
David Shribman
It’s amateur hour — again
GOP presidential campaign filled with inexperienced candidates. 

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Proposed legislation in Congress and in Michigan shows that the debate on crime and punishment has shifted.

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