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Available stories for Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Consumer Savings and Loans: 11-02
Lady Gaga launches foundation
Occupy protesters target downtown Oakland banks
Toledo man turns himself in
NIU linebacker suspended
Billy Graham audio files online
3 hurt in car-school bus crash
Fed forsees slow growth
Supercommittee told to save $4T
Russian team killed by pilot error
November 6, 2011 - THE BLADE Coupons
Mich. Senate OK's anti-bullying bill
Mich. House OK's end to helmet law
Man arrested in Monroe robbery
Skateboarders flock to new plaza
Lohan gets 30 days in jail
Obama: Bill helps 'Fort to Port'
Toledo traffic blitz nets 263 citations
Perrysburg school candidates debate
Series draws outpouring of sympathy
UT, BG basketball teams ranked
Professor calls for change
Donated land brings blessings
Oregon students raising funds with pie
Turnpike names new head
Jackson stands against Issue 2
Lewicki steps up to Toledo
NIU ends up shootout victor
Seinfeld to guest host on 'Live!'
Cain tries to contain sex scandal
New trouble at Japan nuke plant
Treasury won't shrink bond auctions
New Grand Canyon terminal proposed
BG women win exhibition
Watchmaker finds time rewarding
Yuengling arrives in Toledo
Panel backs Bedford road levy
Toledo police seek burglary suspects
Fire reported at Swanton factory
Kaptur urges Kasich ouster
Council urged to pay more
Crowne Plaza loses affiliation
Titans top Jackets to reach final
Buckeyes keep big wins out of head
Falcons, Rockets favored in MAC
Seneca Co. officials unmoved
Sister-city group share culture
Woman injured in accident in Portage Twp.
Imagination Station extends exhibit
Perrysburg council endorses Issue 2
Findlay teen injured in accident
3 men south in Toledo robbery
Dr. Kalman Gold, 1933-2011: Former Flower chief of obstetrics also was lawyer
County land bank heralds successes
Lucas. Co. agencies close in on merger
Dems start petition drive on redistricting
Mandel refuses to give up donation
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 11-02
Daily Log: 11-02
Iraq vet challenging McConnell
Alcohol raises breast cancer risk
FBI arrests 4 older militiamen
Occupy Oakland protesters regroup
Greece sets bailout vote, jolts markets
Scoreboard: 11-2
Browns waive WR Robiskie
Fast-start table turned on Rockets
2nd half paces No. 1 Bears
Wings drop 5th straight
UT's defense, special teams spell disaster
Lender halts planned debit-card fee
Pickups, SUVs push vehicle sales up
Toys R Us acquires stake in China
Expansion, remodeling set for Macy's
Judge bars H&R Block acquisition
Cooper Tire reports sales up
Andersons purchase Immokalee
NW Ohio bankruptcy filings fall
Cedar Fair to invest in new rides
Marathon sales, profit rise
Earle looks back at recovery
Scarlett: nude photos OK
Washington schools push for levy
Women of Hollywood film series set
3 challenge Sylvania Twp. trustee
Audrey Miklovic
Teacher of the month: Christopher Tanner
Put those seeds to good use
Southview proud of soccer season
Christ the King students whoop it up
Youngsters take a trip back in time
5 seek seats on Perrysburg council
Firefighter explains scuba gear
Student of the week: Devin Heitzman
All dressed up for a Halloween parade
Teacher of the month: Kristen Taylor
Monroe sells school radio station
Student of the week: Joel Crozier
Teacher of the month: Rob Eppler
Jackman Rd. set to be repaved
Bedford soccer reaches D-I finals
Seminar to focus on cyber safety
Monroe tech society gains 17 members
Council hopefuls list priorities
Yes vote on Issue 3 to aid health care
Cash on the scales
Don't tear it down
Oregon council OK's pact with workers
Teacher of the month: Charlotte Best
Teacher of the month: Bill Bundy
Student of the week: Mark Brahier
Owens collecting used graduation gowns
Northwood debates more emergency coverage
Teen's resume a great fish story
Northwood solid with 8-1 season
Browns give to youth football league
Let's Eat - West 11/2
Let's Eat - North 11/2
Let's Eat - East 11/2
Let's Eat - South 11/2
What's On - South 11/2
What's On - West 11/2
What's On - North 11/2
What's On - East 11/02