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Hicks-Hudson sworn in as acting mayor, Collins critical
City Council President Paula Hicks-Hudson was sworn in as acting mayor of Toledo, due to the temporary incapacity of mayor. D. Michael Collins, who suffered a heart attack in a car crash earlier today.
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Lucas County under Level 3 emergency
Winter storm warning extended until noon Monday.
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Buckeye CableSystem turns 50
Local company is at forefront of fast-changing cable industry.

Toledo’s only fertility lab closing
Health-care firm says business considerations led to decision.

Gas pipeline’s route fuels fear
Company says path in region not finalized.

Elmore man on field at Super Bowl
Ohio State student helps manage grass.

Regional pro wrestling a hit
Powerbomb Championship Wrestling comes to Oregon.
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Area closings, cancellations
UT, Toledo Public Schools, Sylvania, Washington Local all closed Monday.
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Blade delivery to be delayed Monday
Delivery affected by snowstorm and related safety concerns for our carriers.
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Egypt releases Australian Al-Jazeera reporter
Peter Greste has left Egypt on a flight to Cyprus after his release from prison.
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Historic balloon flight ends off Mexican coast
Journey across Pacific Ocean ends with balloon pilots landing off Mexican coast.
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COLUMNS & BLOGS

Keith Burris
Running for his life and lives of others
Former addict has competed in 26 Ironman competitions.
Mary Bilyeu
Two for $20: Amie’s Pizza Factory
2 people in search of a strict $20 date.
Mike Sigov
Putin not interested in peace
U.S., European allies must act to halt Putin’s aggression.
Marina Bolotnikova
A night at the free clinic
Night spent at clinic shows limits of health-care reform.
Dave Hackenberg
UT turns to small ball vs BGSU
Rockets use excellent second half to beat rivals.
TK Barger
Many forms of excommunication
Rev. Beverly Bingle has been in the news again recently.
Barbara Hendel
On the Town: 2/1
Dining out to help out.


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