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Available stories for Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Hens opening day chat
Obama proposes $4 trillion cut
BGSU player gets rugby's finesse
L.A.'s Bryant fined for gay slur
NATO airstrikes hit Gadhafi targets in several cities
Man charged with rape of girl
Charges dropped, for now, against Toledo group-home owner
Catherine Zeta-Jones treated for bipolar disorder
Winning Wolverines will get steak
Obama to call for 'balanced' effort
Oil price down as U.S. supply grows
Ohio cites 22 for illegal walleye fishing
Toledoan hits century mark
Genoa grad throws for Zips
Whitmer grad vaults to stardom
Gateway staff runs for fun
China halts Wrangler imports
Tip spurs arrest in burglary
Displays of bravery honored
Kasich signs calamity day bill
City given proposals for Marina
Bedford OKs medical pot
Wheelchair team predicts victory
Couric interviewed on 'Today'
Trade deficit shrinks 2.6%
Retail spending increases
Sylvania rejects youth curfew
Kasich staffers earn 0.5% less
Records: Thousands of 'active' Ohio voters dead
Tidying tech clutter
Toledo police get a boost
Softball: Clay tops Central
McCord Road project funded
3 Lucas Co. candidates certified
Man gets 8 years in girl's OD death
Mom drives into river, kills self, 3 kids
OSU's Sabino ready to return
Answer Man fields questions from UT to Tiger
UT preps for spring game
Angels end Indians' win streak
Wings face Yotes in round 1
TPS, union settle dispute
Monroe schools to issue layoffs to all 343 teachers
Performance troupe displays martial arts form
Toledo man is killed in rollover on A.W. Trail
Courier driver arrested in alleged theft of drugs
Woodville to abolish clerk-treasurer post
Child-support agency director is retiring
Sarantou seeks funding for consumers’ counsel
Housing market still struggles
Jeep reintroduced to Europe
ADA updates go into effect in March, 2012
FDIC: Bank failures cost to fall to $21B through 2015
Toyota warns disasters may thin auto supplies
Judge says State Farm overcharged by $350M
Ikea facing trouble at Virginia factory
Zipcar optimistic about initial public offering
Google investing $168M in solar energy project
Howard A. Nollenberger, 1930-2011: Police science professor at UT a federal parole officer
Consumer Savings and Loans rates as of April 12, 2011
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 4-13
Daily Log: 4-13
Scoreboard: 4-13
Lane gets painfully real
UT radio to add polka
Baseball swings for stardom
'Bourbon Women' share love for Kentucky's signature whiskey
Warhol portrait with Detroit area ties may get $30M
Bowersox cancels Ottawa County concert
Will Obama Library tell it like it is?
Shaky deadline
Drilling doubt
Made-up problems
Let's Eat - West 4/13
Whitehouse marks Earth Day with recycling
Civil War re-enactor to be at Way Library
Bittersweet Farms sets annual plant sale
Monroe Community Education accepting spring registrations
Whitman rezoning hearing slated for April 27
Let's Eat - North 4/13
Learning the sweet details of maple syrup
What's On - North 4-13
Spring cleaning, Walbridge style
Financing hampers Oregon schools turbine project
Student of the Week: Megan Bodie, St. Ursula Academy
Student of the Week: Cassidy Gauthier, Rossford High School
Prepping for prom
Let's Eat - East 4/13
What's On - East 4/13
Waterville Playshop to stage '70, girls, 70'
What's On - South 4/13
Owens, BGSU students aid homeless in Sleep Out
Creative demonstrations to highlight Downtown B.G. Art Walk April 30
Maumee gets nearly $60,000 for River Road storm sewer
Whitehouse to waive some water, sewer tap fees
Student of the Week: Lexi Calvelage, Perrysburg High School
Northview High to stage 'Fiddler on the Roof'
Ottawa Hills 2nd-graders return as chess champs
Cleaning up in Sylvania Twp.
What's On - West 4/13
Delta likely to double water rates next month
Academic hall to induct 4 Sylvania high school alums
Bedford team out to prove itself
Perrysburg to shift start times next school year
Wood County Hospital to host blood analysis program April 30
Lutheran Home to alter work, building
Health agency seeking aid during emergencies
Sylvania boy places in state Geographic Bee
Sights and sounds of the fur trade days in Monroe
Prepping for the prom
Student of the Week: Marie Engle, Pettisville High School
Student of the Week: Amber Cole, Whiteford High School