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Available stories for Monday, April 23, 2001

The truth is not a defense on `Survivor'
Kaptur has harsh words for NAFTA
Maumee Valley Country Day School's 26th annual Grandparents Day
Wishing on Van Gogh's star
Police suspect couple's deaths murder-suicide
Wait now, fly later
A heartless court decision
Families ready to `turn off' television together
Two in a row for Benedict
Storm faces team favored to win ECHL's Kelly Cup
Tribe feeling '95 magic again
Indians lineup hits full throttle
Sleeping giant joins Browns
Browns miss their chance, while Lions beef up O-line
Mud Hens limited to 4 hits
Plane must wait to pick up Oak Harbor doctor at pole
Economic slowdown may be aid to colleges
Police applaud easing of arrest restrictions
Accused called victims in plan to drop Seneca public defender
Survey finds downtown Ys found in most large cities
2 levies on ballot for middle school, elementary fixes in Patrick Henry
Meeting planned on effort to curb underage drinking
Vocational school chief to head Van Wert center
Ottawa County to honor service to crime victims
Hillsdale mayor, clerk will not seek re-election
Petitions due on May 15 for Adrian office-seekers
Jenera man dies as cycle crashes into fire station
Toledo sending frog art to Chicago for exhibition
Unidentified woman jumps from bridge, suffers injury
Utility pole fire interrupts electricity in South Toledo
Fire guts Avondale house; 2nd home sustains damage
2 area teenagers captured after police chase on I-75
Results of 2001 pro football draft
Glass City Marathon results
Secure funds for police
Agree to disagree on religious matters
Scott case flouts justice system
Earth Day home a natural fit
Phone pal brightens day for homebound
Works of art, faith to go on display
Proposal to build quarry rocks neighbors
Minister vows he'll find way to save his embattled property
Questionnaire may find male hormone loss
`Rome' builds empire here
Farmer gave tips on animal feed, care
Steel executive fostered interest in sculpting, golf
Work begins on U.S. 250 between pike, Cedar Point