(Updated at 2:15 p.m.) An East Toledo woman was killed and her 14-year-old son, a student at neighboring Waite High School, was seriously injured this morning in an apparent domestic dispute in their home in the 1000 block of Front Street, authorities said. Police identified the woman as Mirvat Ramadan, 40, and her husband as the suspect. A second child, a teenaged girl, was not at home at the time of the incident and was uninjured, police said. The girl was taken into protective custody at her school, East Broadway Junior High, police said.
(Posted at 10:30 a.m.) ALBANY, N.Y. - A meat company is voluntarily recalling some of its hamburgers after a cluster of illnesses in the Northeast caused by E. coli bacteria, officials said Tuesday. At least six people have fallen ill in New York, and three were hospitalized, officials said. All are recovering, the state Health Department said.
(Posted at 7:03 a.m.) YANGON, Myanmar Security forces fired warning shots and tear gas canisters while hauling Buddhist monks away in trucks Wednesday as authorities tried to stop anti-government demonstrations, the first mass arrests since protests erupted last month. About 300 monks and activists were arrested across Yangon, according to an exile dissident group, and reporters saw a number of monks who are highly revered in Myanmar being dragged into trucks.
(Posted at 6:13 a.m.) FINDLAY Two men, one with a crowbar, robbed the Family Video store here of an unknown amount of money last night, Findlay police said. The men entered the store at 707 South Blanchard St. about 10:45 p.m. and demanded cash from an employee. Once the employee complied, they fled the store with cash, southbound across the parking lot, officers said.
(Posted at 6:27 a.m.) The early morning traffic from downtown Toledo to northbound I-75 was slowed down by an injury accident, authorities said. The accident occurred about 6:05 a.m. at North Michigan Street and Washington Street, police said.
(Posted at 6:04 a.m.) Traffic on southbound I-280 at State Rt. 795 near Metcalf Field in Lake Township is tied up this morning after a tractor-trailer rig and a car collided about 6:40, injuring at least one person, Lake Township police said. No additional information was released.