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City building inspection fees may rise
Montoya wins his 2nd Indy 500 race
Mobile cuisine drives into Maumee
Walleye fest starts Port Clinton's summer
Russia to use prison labor for World Cup
58 protesters arraigned in Cleveland
Toledo police ID 2 shooting victims
South Toledo carryout robbed Sunday
Veteran finishes one final mission
Sylvania 8th grader lives dream
Hospitals provide price estimates
Hard times spark wistful closing
Students urged to stand up to injustice
Sleuth, author get Landmark
Vigil marks 1 month since Nepal quake
Vocabulary makes spelling bee more fair
Ghosts of Decoration Days past
Iraq, Iran push back on U.S. defense chief
New Oakland police policy draws protests
New parties to play key role in Spain
Hens rally with 8 runs in 8th inning
MLB roundup: Rangers hand Yankees 10th loss in 11 games
Astros rally for 10-8 win over Tigers
Indians’ win streak reaches 6
Saving voice of ALS patients
Most Americans don’t use sunscreen
Cicely Tyson still has work to do
‘Tomorrowland’ leads slow weekend
Restaurant inspections 5-25
Cavs one win from NBA Finals
Wedding bells ring in storefront chapel
Salute to Fallen Heroes
China cuts import tax on clothes, other goods
4 dead in Tunisia shooting
Nigerian senator-elect to fight U.S. extradition
Memorial Day, in poetry
Mary Chris Skeldon (1952-2015): Ford, Finkbeiner spokesman aided area’s cancer fight
Amnesty for unpaid camera tickets to end
Nominations sought for 20 Under 40 honor
Humane Ohio offers spay/​neuter special
Rockets excel at critical statistic
Youth poses no deterrent for Morenci City Council member
Prevailing wage law a necessity
Honor the fallen
Escape clause
Don't frack public land
Officer honored for work with SIDS
Northview hires Fahim
Students ‘BANd together’ to stop texting while driving
Daily Log: 5-25
Stroke prevention program set
Vicious political cycle circles back in Egypt
Student of the Week: Emily Whitmore
Student of the Week: Adam Paetz
Student of the Week: Paul Stamm II
Student of the Week: Kendall Erickson


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