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Available stories for Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Halladay tosses second postseason no-hitter
University of Toledo, AFSCME union reach tentative contract
Ohio AG Cordray sues Ally Financial over foreclosures
High court: Does father's pain trump free speech?
3 tornadoes tear across N. Arizona, damage homes
Could Connecticut home-invasion killer escape execution?
Venus Williams' 2010 season over
Home sales figures drop in Toledo area in September
Women's aches and pains may signal serious health threats
Blue Jackets' Arniel excited about overseas debut
Waniewski wants federal grant money spent on 19 new police officers
Restaurant sales signal `resiliency' of consumer spending
Food stamp recipients at record 41.8 million Americans in July, U.S. says
Toledoan shot during robbery attempt enters plea in case
Kohl's boosts holiday hiring by 21 percent in 2010; 40,000 to be hired
Ohio executes man who killed lover over ATM card
Bowling Green twins set fast pace for records at U. of Dayton
Poll shows Fisher still trailing Portman in Senate race
Student teacher pleads not guilty to sex count
Bowling Green cemetery vandalized
Secretary of state foes debate rule on language
Toledo man could get 5-year term for supplying weapon
Spangler plans $5M addition at candy plant
4 local solar companies show plans to continue growth
Cedar Fair to pay dividend
Contrada to offer plan for regional economy
OSU set for Indiana's aerial assault
October 6, 2010 ~ The Blade
October 6, 2010 ~ Neighbors
Maumee Dearest: 10-06
Kirk - Media Silence
Scoreboard: 10-06
BGSU gets another basketball commitment
GOP group adds $4M to key Senate contests
3 Ohio auditor candidates debate what the job should be
Poll: Kasich lead over Strickland cut nearly in half
Councilman wants quiz on efforts to keep factories in Toledo open
Today's Log: 10-06
Loss $80,000 in St. Clair St. fire
James J. Murtagh, 1924-2010: Die-casting exec was trustee of St. Vincent
Readers' tips help snag fugitive
Attica gasoline station robbed
Kaczala: Rival unevenly cut taxes in '07-09
Police property room takes green approach
Konop plans to seek bids to do audit of dog fund
Ride in Guard F-16 'unbelievable' for Bell
Noe formally told of parole duties in video hearing
'11 autos face tougher test
Demolition show about to start at Toledo theater complex
CSX posts job openings for North Baltimore site
U.S. Commerce Dept. lauds SSOE for exports
Ford may close dealers as it revamps Lincoln
Mental health screenings offered at Rescue agency
Sandusky County deputies' case to go to grand jury
Man pleads not guilty in slaying near nightclub
Feinstein series salutes U.S. music of last century
Wolverines striving to improve defense
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 10-06
Rockets set to face Boise State, Smurf Turf
What's On - South
Let's Eat - South
King Tut's shoes tell a personal story
Students get hopping to raise whopping $17,000 Fort Meigs bounces with enthusiasm
Churches' choice
Wagging the dog
Rossford asks to join water district
14th annual Historic Maumee Home Tour to feature 6 homes, Wolcott House Museum
Commissioner: Sarantou
Wood County classes instruct on mental illness
Owens' quiz bowl team tries to make the grade
Iott's take on rights is disturbing
Teacher gets more than a little off the top
Central Catholic's science unit gets award
Sports lover aims for top ranks of player personnel execs
Let's Eat - West
What's On - West
School Zone: Julia Hage, Northview High School
Teacher of the Month: Mary Sue Timar, Central Catholic High School
Sylvania Parks Dept. chooses honorees for beautiful yards
Sylvania Southview parents prep for garage sale
Sylvania schools to induct 13 into athletic hall of fame
Pipeline gives Sylvania school planners pause
Old-time craft lives on at Olde Schoolhouse
What's On - North
Let's Eat - North
Bedford's Mules work to be head of the pack
Monroe Community College to get $3M solar field
Walkway lionizes Lions Club member
Rossford briefs: School in-service; school unions raise money for Lake Schools
Outspoken Branford Marsalis loyal to music
Oak Harbor briefs
Brimingham Branch Library celebrates Hispanic culture
3 newspaper carriers win awards
Eastwood grad makes mark on UM golf in freshman year
Rossford asks for membership in water, sewer district
Let's Eat - East
What's On - East
Levy issue sparks residents' concerns at Oregon schools forum
School Zone: Samantha Brecht, Clay High School
Weed it & Reap: ‘Every garden a work in progress' to Bryan Van Alst
Teacher of the Month: Nicole Heban, Rossford High School
Penta teacher sole Ohioan to win leadership honor from colleagues
Maumee-Perrysburg 5K to benefit Lake High School
Fall is turf time
Boise's schedule hurts chances of playing for title
Today's Log: 10-05

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