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Available stories for Saturday, May 6, 2006

Game review: Tourist Trophy **** (out of 5 stars)
Police grilled on holes in probe of nun's killing
Kest waived millions in penalties as treasurer
GOP wants out of tax issue without hurting Blackwell
City, police union reach tentative pact
Strickland courts support from unions
BGSU trustees boosting total costs by $750
Groups set to decode Da Vinci film
11 request Democratic backing for council seat
Church, Synagogue Library group to meet in Sylvania
Speaker to discuss ministry of peacemaking in Archbold
Von Trapp concerts to aid Lutheran Social Services
Area women s conference to host winner of Survivor
Religion calendar
UT, MUO await word of funds to cover merger
Aussie group gets souls grooving
Outfitter bows out of coming to Toledo; Rossford still in running
Storm fails to hold lead
Mud Hens look lethargic in shutout to Richmond
VAN, BUS COLLIDE ON WEST SIDE
Today's log
Fostoria adds first of 5 planned for police ranks
Council, commissioners OK new utility pay plan
Mazza Museum begins expansion at University of Findlay
Robber flees with cash from South Toledo bank
Detroit Edison begins restart of Fermi II plant
Suburban Crime Reports
Tuxedo shop in Dundee badly damaged by early blaze
Motorist is killed in crash in Erie County
U.S. 12 repairs to run through November
Sections of I-75, Douglas targeted by traffic police
75-year-old guilty of attempted unlawful restraint for grabbing 18-year-old woman
Toledo man in custody; charged in November kidnap, rape
Ohio EPA orders new tests on landfill
Big fish kill leaves experts puzzled, landowners gasping
Prep softball, baseball, track, ECHL
Mantei does double duty for the benefit of Tigers' brass
UT to meet Kansas in basketball
Nance to coach at Mars Hill
Rocky Horror deficit show
Access restored
Gas bag remedies
Iraq takes a positive turn
TPS board president can make humble move
Many died for nothing so blacks could vote
Some smoking ban petitions nixed
Marshall Field s to lay off all full-time employees
Rudolph/Libbe cited, fined in safety questions
Area businessman was avid golfer
Pastor began youth program
Keep nuclear material from terrorists