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Available stories for Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Last U.S. combat brigade leaving Iraq
August 19, 2010 ~ Peach
2-vehicle crash in Wood County kills 1
Betancourt leads Royals over Indians
Yankees beat Tigers; Guillen goes on DL
Mud Hens fall to Indianapolis; guarantee losing home record
Michigan prohibits private memorials on state land
Modest premium increase for Medicare drug plans next year, government says
Web Exclusive: Blind elementary student Jalen Ballard performs for Toledo school board
Music royalty talks consider cell phone mandate
Michigan July jobless rate drops again; now 13.1%
Georgia archaeologists find Confederate POW camp
Vice president to talk at local Chrysler site
Grants sought for traffic underpass at McCord rail crossing near school
Clyde man killed when motorcycle collides with car

Obama engaging in backyard politics in Ohio to focus on everyday struggles

American Airlines to charge for front-row seats
Woman killed by truck as she attempts to push vehicle off highway
Reunions - West
Toledo City Council at odds over refuse driver raises
At Washington Local, youths learn about bus safety and help celebrate stadium renovations
Toledo city worker killed in traffic crash
Businessman indicted in TPS fraud scheme
Here's how you can help Graham Parker make a documentary
Grand jury indicts Burns in Toledo schools theft
Jurors were close to convicting Blagojevich
Lucas County dogs for adoption
Consumer Savings and Loans
Local officials praise latest federal limits for credit cards fees
U.S. factory production in July increases twice as much as forecast
'Dr. Laura' ending show amid flap over racial slur
Sentencing reforms promoted for Ohio
James can see himself playing for Cavaliers again
Even though ‘Pilgrim' had a modest opening, cast members believe in movie's potential
Fostoria man indicted after jumping off ferry
At 79, Korean war veteran gets high school diploma in Oregon
Bedford freezes medical marijuana permits
Toledoan starts book giveaway for child victims of June storms
Buckeyes Hines, Johnson aim to leave mark at safety
Weed It & Reap: Jennifer Payette Cope shares nature's bounty
Melons' telltale signs ripe for the picking
August 18, 2010 ~ The Blade
August 18, 2010 ~ Neighbors
Scoreboard: 08-18
Blagojevich convicted on only 1 of 24 charges
Sealing to close 2 roads in area
3 are injured in collision in Bay Township
Kasich wants to ax jobs agency, replace it with private group
Panel will mull opponents for TPS teams
BGSU women get Duke transfer
Greinke, Royals send Indians to last place
BG coach not pleased with scrimmage
Sabathia shuts down Tigers
Roethlisberger a man without a real hometown
Fatinikun ready for big season for UT
Linemen battle for Michigan
Standards remain high at Lake Local Schools temporary building site
Study finds 1 in 5 teens has hearing loss
Taking the Plunge
Trucker, 61, dies in crash at BGSU
South Avenue to close for pavement repairs
Trains delayed on report of armed man on tracks
Ex-Wayne police officer gets jail for inquiries
Toledo woman pleads not guilty to threatening
79-year-old charged in wife's slaying
Bellevue man hurt in 2-motorcycle crash
Dr. Frank Ryan, 1960-2010: Beverly Hills doctor to stars was local grad
Bobby Thomson, 'shot heard round the world' hitter, dies at 86
Today's Log: 08-18
Bankruptcy filings hit highest level since 2005
Stores slash prices, shoppers stay home
GM recalls crossovers for seat belt concerns
La-Z-Boy sales weak for 1st fiscal quarter
Oregon Big Ditch work starts on North Stadium Rd.
Bathroom gets updated touches
Flying under radar
On the brink?
Petraeus' appraisal
Provide for troops in Afghanistan
Let's Eat - West
What's On - West
What's On - South
Let's Eat - South
What's On - North
Let's Eat - North
What's On - East
Let's Eat - East
Putting a happy face on the Birmingham Festival
Port Clinton schools adopt new programs for students
Rossford to open new tennis courts
Maumee to host fair, 'taste' events
Monroe County prosecutor to serve on state association
Record crowd helps River Raisin Jazz Festival mark 9th year
Needy students to get backpacks of supplies from Salvation Army, community groups
Michigan students may need vaccines updated before school opens
Bedford school boosters do heavy lifting for weight room
In Sylvania, Wall of Honor is a moving experience
Ontario band featured at Sylvania fund-raiser
Swanton braces for bridge work over Norfolk Southern tracks
Taste of Maumee and summer fair this weekend
Remodeled Wauseon High to be ready for school Aug. 25
Sylvania Area Family Services provides back-to-school assistance
Maumee fair, food ‘taste' Friday, Saturday
Perrysburg railroad crossings to be closed for work
New director at Way Public Library to begin Sept. 1
School, arts center receive ‘gold' award
South of the border, down Perrysburg way
Book recaptures Waterville past through notable citizens' lives
Waterville panel tweaks ideas to raise revenue
Fewer adult crossing guards to work at BGintersections
Group aims to restore 1891 Whitehouse landmark