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Available stories for Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Bin Laden recording praises protests sweeping Middle East
Lauren Alaina, Haley Reinhart fumble 'Idol' performances
'Taxi,' 'Grease' star Conway in coma
Edelstein checks out
Writer keeps promise to family
Irish, Cougars advance
Flying to China: Hours in the air
OSU won't pay for Tressel defense
OSHA fines Wauseon firm
Private trash pickup gets OK
Poll: Labor law would be rejected
Giffords has surgery
Chrysler has deal to repay $7.5B
Macchio unhappy with judges
Bidding on Beatrice's wedding hat nears $30K
U.S. sanctions Syria's Assad for abuses
Officers remembered during Toledo memorial event
Queen visits massacre site
Curb Records sues McGraw for contract breach
Groups can keep seized dogs for now
Command officers' exigency to end
Kasich not tickled by pink license
Bell on new quest for investors
Police, citizens honored at ceremony
SB U.S. 23 reopened after semi crash
Fewer vehicles on Turnpike despite higher limit
Endeavour arrives at space station
Consumer Savings and Loans Rates 05-18
Gas leak closes Walbridge’s West Union Street
Monroe police seek man who drags detective by car
Used cars pricier, scarcer
Scoreboard: 5-18
Indians sweep Royals
Cavs get lucky, win top pick in 2011 draft
SV junior gets UM offer
Hens get early start in victory
Teenager energizes Bruins
Benoit moved from setup role
Heat needs to challenge Bulls
Coast Guard reopens part of river
Ohio Speaker urges constitution panel
Stubborn storm chills Toledo
B.G. board to close 2 schools
Waterville's post office to move to Maumee
Honor Flights boost numbers
8 precincts change Toledo City Council districts
Touring Toledo from the Maumee River
Protesters camp in Statehouse against drilling
Oregon schools idle 8 workers
Bedford schools approve layoffs
Boy, 13, admits raping 3-year-old
Electronics ripped from dealership cars
U.S. reports Fermi 2 worker used cocaine
Illinois man sentenced in marijuana trafficking
Manslaughter defendant denies robbery charge
2 jailed in Hancock Co. after traffic stop on I-75
Woman pleads not guilty to theft from ex-employer
Portion of Dorr Street to close for sewer work
Fund weighs local investment
Electric cars may get tax credit
Unions rally over labor talks at Blade
Industrial output f lat; housing starts fall
NW Ohio home sales fall
NLRB weighs change in notification to unions
CEO admits bank made foreclosure mistakes
Columbus utility seeks merger, reports say
LinkedIn raises price for initial stock offering
Chrysler bond offering boosted, loan plan cut
Mavericks pass Thunder
Sister M. Rosaria Petra, 1921-2011: Nun paved way for growth at Lourdes
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 5-18
13 new series for ABC next season
Daily Log: 5-18
High-speed rail projects not viable
A conflict without end
Soldiers of misfortune
Unnecessary grief
Turkeyfoot trotters treat Evergreen school
Let's Eat - West 5/18
Historical society to elect officers
Waterville OKs yard-waste facility
What's On - South 5/18
Let's Eat - South 5/18
Monroe club helps victims in Japan
Students learn safety at expo
Let's Eat - North 5/18
Relay for Life starts Saturday in Oregon
Eastwood’s Webster sets farewell event
Nominations sought for Rossford award
Oregon historical society gathers for tea
Let's Eat - East 5/18
Survey shows restaurants, shops wanted in Wauseon
For Waite High class of '44, reunion occurs every month
Good-bye to Wynn school prepared
Atomic Tacos team eyes taking whole enchilada
Student of the week: Kendra Eitniear, Swanton High School
What's On - West 5/18
Sylvania schools to be thrifty
Ng bouyant despite title defeats
Student of the week: Erickson Dommer, Perrysburg High School
Springfield's 6th graders stay local in study of nature
Lourdes history prof to speak on new book
Bowsher rain garden is a tool to teach, beautify, clean water
Planning commission OKs Whitman zoning request
Adrian lacrosse rises quickly
Student of the week: Lacey Dobbs, Mason Consolidated High School
Contracts for new cemetery advised in Bedford Twp.
Schools mull policies on tweets, texts, tech
River Raisin park marks new era
What's On - North 5/18
Schools mull tweets, texts, e-mails
Northwood to cover increase in workers' health insurance
Flyers aim for champ banner
Student of the week: Megan Csehi, Clay High School
Student of the Week: Ashton Genzman, Notre Dame Academy
What's On - East 5/18
Superman going global
Mary Hart says good-bye
iPad becoming preschool tool
Habitat for Humanity home built by Monroe students

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