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Falcons win, turn back Ball State late rally
Democratic-controlled House OKs $819 billion stimulus bill
Former Ohio trooper says boss allowed racist jokes
Blagojevich asks to argue before impeachment trial
All classes at Owens' Findlay campus called off; Heidelberg cancels classes
Some local colleges break enrollment records
Portions of I-75 near Findlay closed; storm brings more than 10 inches of snow to area
Gov. Ted Strickland calls for school reform, longer school year
Dog treats and chew products recalled for salmonella; hazards for pets and humans
GM to end controversial 'jobs bank'
Konop takes step toward bid for mayor
$100,000 bond set for suspect in fatal hit-skip
OSU-UM, UT, BGSU basketball games still to be played
Two-week shutdown next month at Ford's Lima Engine Plant
Author, Parade columnist James Brady dies at 80
1 City League girls basketball game postponed
Red Wings to announce contract extension with Zetterberg
Joblessness exceeds 10 percent in region
GOP floats plan to shrink Ohio's government, cut 11,448 positions
What's on: West
Search to start for new chief of Evergreen Local schools
Kahle Center seniors choo-choo-choose to build a railroad
Boyle announces he'll run for seat on Sylvania Township board
Sylvania Council delays action on Gateway
Sylvania township, city police to combine for action
Federal Reserve moves to help distressed homeowners
Toledo's rainy-day fund is drying up
Local 7's tough choice
Raising Awareness
Settlement ends WMNT-TV dispute
Craig bridge access ramps to be closed for renovation
Fostoria Red Cross unit hires executive director
UT grad student to run for at-large council seat
U of Findlay to partner with university in Taiwan
Area power plant to assist in carbon-capture studies
Trial begins for man charged in 07 murder
Forum to address drug toxicity
Strickland urged to expand care for uninsured
Seneca County to sue Tiffin in courthouse feud
Lucas County OKs development agency funds
Count of homeless is conducted
TPS board approves goals for 2 top officials
Dad gets 2 years for girl's injury
Hydroponic garden helps gardeners fight winter blahs
7 local stocks dip below $5
Wealthy turn stealthy as recession deepens
Toledo native's film career gets boost from 'Frost/Nixon'
Polamalu forced to deal with fame
Nash leads Blue Jackets to OT victory over Red Wings
Cavs stay perfect at home
Rightnowar leads Bedford
Przeslawski scores 32 for Delta
Long snapper takes winding road to Super Bowl
College basketball preivew
ATT: Cancer Connection celebrates its founding
A blazing fire warms a body inside and out
Agency gets $253,000 to promote industry
Johns Manville to lay off 100 at Waterville plant
Text-message price suit transferred to Chicago
Advertisers get bargain rates on Super Bowl ads
Consumer Confidence Index falls to record low
Bailed-out bank execs mostly not kicked out
Scoreboard: Prep basketball
Start must start over Spartans win in OT
Former Steeler Woodson touts Cards' offense
Advocate for Latinos was active in jail ministries
Today's log
Mitchell, Holbrooke both have tough roles in peace search
On Skyway, ODOT puts safety first
Calming the Congo
Legislators hear FBI wiretaps of governor
Obama reaches out to Muslims on Arabic TV
President pushes stimulus package by telling GOP he's open to revisions
Police chase speeder in West Toledo, Monroe County
Congress sends Obama first bill for his signature
What's on: East
At the library: East
Pemberville: Vandalism prompts curfew-rule expansion
Woodville opts to abolish its board of public affairs
Citizens' patrol in Pemberville would help police at festivals, parades, events
Reception scheduled for visitors from Hungary
Broncos saddle club sets 25th-anniversary reunion
Sportfishing expo slated for Monroe fairgrounds
YMCA & JCC a finalist for Collaboration Prize
Gorman honored with excellence award
Senior citizens can apply for school-activity pass
Registration fair set at Perrysburg H.S.
Fund-raiser to aid study of neuromuscular disease
What's on: South
Senior Citizens' Activities: South
Zoning can't halt cell-phone tower
Ath the library: South
Perrysburg trucker chosen to promote highway safety
Cost-estimates are sought for upgrade at Commodore Building
Economic development moves despite some snags
Officials propose zoning change on Whitman land
Perrysburg Council seeks bids for new public-service storage facility
Senior Citizens activities: Michigan
100-year-old has a party, and a second, and a third
What's on: Michigan
Newer technology helps older brains
Adrian College hockey squad beats U.S. Under-18 team
School zone: Roman Willets
Blues Series ready to roll
School-spirit store helps put business lessons to use
Timetable in bias lawsuit to be discussed

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