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Available stories for Monday, October 11, 2010

County GOP chief still backs Iott
After-school program passing test of helping children learn
Unemployed find old jobs now require more skills
University of Toledo trustees approve contract with health sciences workers
Test shows Chile mine rescue shaft works
Congressional candidate Iott accuses Kaptur of involvement in Nazi revelation
Iott responds to criticism from state and local Democrats
5 killed, 4 injured in crash in southeast Michigan
No. 2 GOP leader shuns Iott's Nazi re-enactments
Iott defends Nazi reenactments on CNN
West Toledo shooting sends man to the hospital
Injuries plague Michigan players
OSU seizes No. 1 ranking
Frogtown: 10-10
Red Wings sign coach Babcock to 4-year extension
NATO endorses Afghan bid to strike peace deal with Taliban
Ohio district where 4 died says it fights bullying
Stocks extend rally on hopes for Fed action
BGSU/OSU Web chat with Blade sports writers
U.S. rescue forces may have killed abducted Briton
Toledo crews fight fire in central Toledo
2 Americans, 1 British-Cypriot win econ Nobel
Northwest Ohio labs lack funding to address water threats
Exercise can be a dose of good medicine
Girl, 17, injured in Middletown skydiving accident
Toledo Magazine: Mother Nature's fall canvas
Scoreboard: 10-11
Fire hits Habitat for Humanity building
Today's Log: 10-11
Author Nancy Pearl to be guest at Wood County events
B.G. proposes city-county park
Phillies shut down young Reds for sweep
Colts give Chiefs first loss
Giants' late rally trumps Braves
Rays even series with Texas
Bucs rally to knock off Bengals
No increase in Social Security likely in '11
October 11, 2010 ~ The Blade
Dog law heading to council
United North reports strides on new brand
Experience key for UT as 54 Rockets saw action at Boise
Alabama drops to 8th; UM out
Spartans prove little brother has grown up
All dressed up for weekend encampment
All about apple butter
Judicial rivals point to their experience in bid for voters
JAMES E. SEED, 1927-2010: Chicago Trib comic-strip artist lived in Toledo
Findlay police seeking hit-and-run information
Fostoria pair win malpractice lawsuit
Police working extra to find traffic scofflaws
Holiday forces change in trash pickup dates
No horse dominated the competition like 'Big Red'
Falcons' defense batters Browns
Please, just answer the questions
Rats on the move
Brown for Ohio Senate