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Tecumseh soldier not guilty of murder in Afghan's death
Man gets 9 years for trying to kill daughter
AG Holder: Closing Gitmo won't be easy
U.S. stocks end down after jumpy session
House OKs $410 billion spending, reverses Bush policies
Filmmaker finds lost Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. recording in Dayton, Ohio
Elyria, Ohio woman uses sauce pan against home intruder
Former Ohio workers compensation executive gets deferred sentence
Customer stabs Saline Michigan restaurant worker, kills self
B.G. man arrested for injuring woman during bar fight
Obama task force meets with Chrysler, car executive says
Lane closings planned at bridge over Maumee River
Ohio fields 9,229 requests for slice of federal government's stimulus funds
Hearing canceled over firefighters' manning concerns
Council cool to tax-credit cut
11 named to dog warden advisory panel
Obama chooses Locke to run Commerce Department
Michigan governor declares financial emergency in Pontiac
9 dead, 50 injured in Turkish plane crash in Amsterdam
UAW boss backs Ford contract concessions
Civil rights leaders vow to pressure FCC to block Murdoch's multiple media
Kirk - Maumee Dearest
Obama calls for resiliency to fight crisis
Politicians prize Lagrange
Watching out for 'The Watchmen'
Irish luck continues
Lucas County officials OK living-wage resolution
Education czar among ideas as institutions in area meet
Seed swap Saturday at TBG
Simmons' suggestion helps OSU
Without West, Cavaliers roll past Grizzlies
There seems no limit for Sizemore's stats
Wade s big night leads Heat past Detroit
Prep basketball, prep hockey, bowling
Balanced attack helps UT slide by N. Illinois
Rockets' Lo moves feet, gets results at free throw line
Beans sparks Green Bears
Southview, Rogers take tourney wins
Texas linebacker picks OSU
Whitmer's Smith enjoys role at Purdue
Curry good fit for Browns, if he's available
Cooper Tire & Rubber to pay 10.5 dividend
Cannon Paper to close; 22 workers to lose jobs
Home prices drop 4.4 percent in Toledo area
Profits jump for local firm
Consumer confidence hits record low
Bernanke: Recession could end this year
Consumer savings and loans
First Solar doubles profits in '08
FirstEnergy's 2008 profit rises 2 percent
Toledo mayor stays mum on election bid
Today's log
Continental man, 18, killed in crash
Franchisee inspired his workers at 2 McDonald's
Housing-bias suit settled for $65,000
Furnace may be cause of multiunit house fire
Local faculty, students among state honorees
Wood County starts Cyber Block Watch
Woman who served time for fatal crash is freed
EPA gives Ottawa River update
No reason to trust banks, so nationalize them
Doctrine foes protest too much
A question of trust
Pakistan's Swat mistake
Senate to begin debating voting-rights bill for D.C.
Toddler, 6 others shot at parade for Mardi Gras; 2 men arrested
Why it wasn't a State of the Union address
Satellite crash sets back carbon dioxide research
Air controller believed landing in Hudson doomed plane
Obama delays Iraq exit until August, 2010
Medical groups back drug to prevent prostate cancer
AW senior selected homecoming finalist
Health district slates immunization clinics
Registrations taken for adult softball
Bowsher friends to team up again playing volleyball at Indiana Tech
School zone: Kara Dickey
What's On: South
Fair at Maumee High School aims to raise business awareness
Job fair scheduled at Bedford library
Volunteers sought for Maple Sugar Day
MCC has online aid with scholarships
Richardville is dean of new Middle College
Emergency alert system due soon for families
What's On: Michigan
Lange back as road-job consultant in Bedford Township
Projects submitted for shovel ready funds
Superintendent plans to retire
Teacher of the month: Kathy Benecke
School zone: Shelby Potter
Panel recommends paying for McCord crossing guard
What's On: West
School zone: Kelly Clark
Flag-football league keeps 35-and-over players active
Program will help to restore cropland
Painting class at Sylvania Senior Center offers chance to be creative
Progress is made in expansion, restoration at Pearson Metropark
Programs available at Rossford recreation center
Nutcrackers slated by civic theater
Woodville honored with Tree City title
Teacher of the month: Laurie Fouts
School zone: Elise Hoefflin
Teacher of the month: Susan Lowery
Life on Lake Erie photo contest set
Group helps seniors downsize, move
Weston mom earns a title
Knight-Titan lineup for hockey match a surprise for cousins
What's On: East
Plants for home gardens increasing
'Shovel ready' projects await funds to begin

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