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National DNA database helps crack cold cases
For more than a decade after he broke into a Toledo home, raped and hogtied a woman who’d been asleep in her bed, Aaron Lamont Beamon got away with the violent crime. It would take time and the nation’s massive database of DNA samples to catch up with Beamon. Now 39, he is to be sentenced Sept. 9 in Lucas County Common Pleas Court after pleading guilty to the October, 2001 attack.

Unions prepared if right-to-work battles surface
Kasich denies plans; Ohio Democrats remain wary.

$2.5M ODOT project targets tie-ups
ODOT goal is to relieve I-280 traffic in Lake Twp.

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Obamacare, technology help accelerate move from private practice.

Organized labor fights for foothold
Monday Memories revisits Monroe steel company in 1937.

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Islamic leaders continued to denounce terrorism at convention.

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