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Judge orders cigarette firms to admit to lying about tobacco effects
Judge gives Bonds trainer a choice: Testify or go to jail
Bush signs massive pension overhaul
Federal judge nixes warrantless surveillance
Toledo protest focuses on Chinese organ harvesting
Bankruptcy judge postpones Delphi hearing
Mud Hens win in 11th on Shelton's double
Zwick never lived up to expectations
2007 Dodge Nitro rolls into production in Toledo
Some charter schools have improved
BGSU to get kicks from freshmen
8 ordered to prison for roles in theft ring
Michigan man sent to prison for assault
Simulators provide surgeons with edge
Optimism's the word for town's annual fest
Glitch leaves Toledo's Elmhurst, Old Orchard off ratings list
Pocket ashtray tackles problem of 'litter butts'
Mayor doubts Census drop; Szollosi blames tax burden
Man on moped is hurt when struck by car
City of Clyde considers redrawing boundaries
Fremont school board puts levy on fall ballot
Huron mayor recovering from bypass surgery
Sandusky County to have senior levy on ballot
Pedestrian injured by hit-and-run driver
Man, 37, is found guilty of molesting girl, 11
2 Alabamans found bleeding on side of I-75
Arsonists hit 2 houses; damage is $20,000 each
Danielle Peck opens for Trick Pony at the Lenawee County Fair
Dead sparrow near Bowling Green had West Nile virus
GWAR takes the stage by storm
Wood County tractor pull marks the big 4-0
The fun continues in delightful staging of 'Mamma Mia!'
SPEAKING OUT AGAINST WASTE
Democrats to speak against Blackwell plan
Andersons Fund awards $184,960 to 12 area groups
OHP's Fremont post gets new commander
2 who caused crash with decoy can play football
Sandusky County to get dispatch hub
Fulton County plans to make 911 cellular calls trackable
Coroner to review man's death after assault
Today's log
Whitehouse administrator gets contract
Bedford Township OKs bonds for municipal hall
Trucker faces charges in wreck that killed 2
2 badly hurt as car rolls on U.S. 6 in Erie County
TPS chooses interim treasurer
Busch league: More Cup drivers double dipping
Mayfair feels blessed just to be playing
Golf, NFL, prep golf, tennis, WNBA
Hamman's new delivery handles Witt
UT football autograph session is Saturday
MHSAA loses appeal on girls' sports
Challenges still loom for local sailors
Lehman's Ryder dilemma: pick himself?
Taft re-enters electoral fray to attack slot-machine drive
Ohio Supreme Court panel backs reprimand for Taft
Study finds costs for child lowballed
Filing lists 1 SeaGate at $33 million
La-Z-Boy notes gains in strategy, awaits sales
Lawsuit alleges fraud by execs
Ohio school districts near U.S. standard for teachers
Presidential power grab
To the capital and back
Michigan's taxing question
Arena needs more than 10,000 seats
Mastering the art of the knockoff
Laughter promised for 'Late Nite Catechism 2' at the Valentine
More calendar
Mickey Finn's to welcome Wolfstone
Toledo Museum of Art to debut Glass Pavilion
Arts, crafts, and food to fill Maumee streets
Birmingham honors its past
Center offers world of fun
Restaurant review: Basin St. Grille ***
Women's Chorus to perform Sunday
City shrinks as residents hold fast to status quo
Unemployment rate rises to 7% in Michigan
Morenci educator drawn to special ed
Head seamstress honed her craft at Mercy Hospital
People
New classes, problems kick off new year for schools
Wauseon could hand over recycling center to county
PATIENCE MAY PAY OFF AT WALBRIDGE FISHING DERBY
CANDY AND CHICKEN AT METAMORA PARK-O-RAMA
SAILING TO A CHAMPIONSHIP ON LAKE ERIE
FINE ART, FINE MUSIC IN MONROE
FUN AT THE PERRYSBURG HEIGHTS FESTIVAL
Senior activities
OLD-TIME CIRCUS A TREAT FOR WALBRIDGE
What's on
Scholarships
The Weekly Record
Cash infusion to target broadcasting program
Sylvania Township eyes new land plan
Grant may aid tree removal in Sylvania
100 miles is walk in park for man, 94
Genoa council eyeing increase in sewer rates
Polka hostess is a reliable fund-raiser for cancer
City Council gives nod for market study
Rossford hopes survey will improve downtown
Construction won't delay 1st day of school
Polka hostess is a reliable cancer fund-raiser
Barber has cut hair for generations of some Toledo families
Stitt railroad crossing on track for safety upgrades
District eyes bond issue to aid with student influx
Joint plan calls for cutting 3 of 4 pump stations
Man, 94, puts his sole into home's 'walk' west to San Francisco
Wolf Creek residents capture prizes for skills in art, writing
7 to join Anthony Wayne Alumni Hall of Fame
Barber has become an Old Orchard fixture
Polka hostess raises big bucks for cancer
Grant is 1st in state to fund cutting of ash trees
Sylvania gives its gardeners green thumbs up in contest
West Toledo barber stands cut above the rest, patrons say
Lutheran Village women display winning talents
Program state's 1st to topple ash trees
Auditor puts tool on Internet to figure property tax
Camp 9-1-1 acquaints kids with emergency response
Pumping station project may be done next month
School reunions
Military reunions
Support groups
Volunteers