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Available stories for Wednesday, February 2, 2011

School delays and closings for Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011
Dems defeat Senate GOP on health care repeal
Mubarak backers attack anti-government protesters
U.S. Coast Guard rescues Canadian snowmobiler from Lake Erie
BGSU football signs 21 new players
UM adds latecomers to bring recruiting class to 20
Ohio State recruit arrested on sex charges
Lucas County downgrades to Level 2 as area starts to dig out from storm
Election filing deadline postponed one day for snow emergency counties
I-75 SB reopened in Allen County after semi smash-up
City of Toledo declares parking emergency; refuse collection to continue
Schools, colleges closed across northwest Ohio
OSU lands top linebacker, loses lineman to SoCal
White Stripes breaking up
Two surprises join UT's expected list of recruits
Toledo Public Schools board, teachers gird for labor fight
Punxsutawney Phil fails to see shadow, predicting early spring in 125th Groundhog Day forecast
Springfield Twp. slaying: Police tapes capture mother's frantic calls
Toledo driver guilty in road-rage gunfire
Killer to ask Ohio governor to spare his life
Hospitals request rides for critical staff
Lucas County sheriff declares Level 3 snow emergency; emergency traffic only
Winter storm whips into region
Consumer Saving and Loan Rates: 2-2
Maumee Dearest: 02-02
Kirk - Asian Carping
Prochaska clutch shots preserve Falcon victory
Rockets hire Wade as strength coach
Buckeyes bank on quarterback to be next star
Hoke making most of Wolverines' 2011 class
Winter weather postpones Toledo area sports
Missing Morenci boys investigation's focus shifted to murder
Storms grounding Wildwood Willie Groundhog Day event
Ohio high court hears case on Lake Erie property lines
Toledo City Council asks Bell to seek appraisal on Docks site
Seneca County, state review loan terms
Glitch at Ottawa Co. dispatcher blamed for sirens' sounding
Ex-fire chief faces drunk-driving charge
Ohio justices mull Napoleon doctor's immunity
Trial begins for Toledoan charged in bar-fight death
Findlay auditor gets seat in Ohio House
Survey finds manufacturing grew in Jan. at 7-year-high
Auto sales increase in month from year earlier
Car makers seek big Super Bowl presence
Dow finishes above 12,000
Findlay battery plant project has tax break, no financing
Scoreboard: 02-02
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption
Today's Log: 02-02
Joseph H. Loeffler, 1961-2011: Lawyer advocated for foes of smoking ban
1-car crash kills woman, 23, near Sandusky
Not-guilty plea given in vehicle-assault case
Murder defendant asks additional review time
Sentencing postponed on sales-tax conviction
Toy firm, Cedar Fair offer student contest
Ohio Controlling Board OKs loans for 3 area projects
Toledo area bankruptcy filings fall for 5th month in row
Bates says she's a lot like the curmudgeonly 'Harry'
No surprise: Ben Folds tinkers with his career
Museums make a Super Bowl bet
Berenstain Bears still going strong 50 years after first book was published
Bob Seger to put the 'Night Moves' on Toledo
Seedlings can help usher in spring
Catholic Church has no rivals
Teachable moment
Dubious drilling
Don't fly blind
Whiteford Twp. to approach Sylvania about tapping into sewers
Evergreen slates registration for 2011-12 kindergartners
What's On - West
Let's Eat - West
Southview sinks rivals to repeat league title
Sylvania schools postpone eighth-grade open houses
Swanton council selects discount power supplier
Sylvania Chamber offers prescription discounts
Sylvania Twp. trustee to call on zoning experience
Fort Meigs nationally recognized
What's On - South
Let's Eat - South
Whitehouse to form advisory board for arts promotion
Freshman UT walk-on gets off to flying start
Perrysburg H.S. staging Winter One Acts
Ice sculptures to be frosting atop Perrysburg Winterfest
Global Summit Thursday to focus on diversity
Waterville Playshop to stage 'Willy Wonka' in Maumee
Waterville weighs trimming employees' sick days
Let's Eat - North
What's On - North
It's all downhill for skiier, and she's gaining speed
Monroe County Intermediate publication wins award
Girls basketball team on rebound in Bedford
Whiteford to explore getting sewer service from Sylvania
Monroe Community College to build $17M technology center
St. Ursula to stage 'Phantom of the Opera' at Lourdes
What's On - East
Toledo students build toward the future
Let's Eat - East
Owens schedules observances for Black History Month
Lake High's basketball teams flying high on borrowed court
Buildings, cafeterias lead Eastwood school concerns
New Rossford councilman stays focused on city growth
Sylvania students pay tribute to astronauts
So, what to call this winter 'event'?