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BG, UMass game shapes up to be an air attack
BOWLING GREEN — It is hard to imagine two quarterbacks less similar than Bowling Green State University’s Matt Johnson and Blake Frohnapfel of Massachusetts.

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Whitmer players reunite
Officially, this afternoon at the Glass Bowl is the University of Toledo's homecoming.

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Elliott’s heritage helps him get over tacklers
COLUMBUS — A former all-conference track star at the University of Missouri, Dawn Elliott figured her son would follow in her very long footsteps. 

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Michigan ‘D’ follows Durkin’s lead
ANN ARBOR — For a few seconds, Joe Bolden thought he might have a new word to add to the Oxford English Dictionary.

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Shirts honoring K9 Falko are available
People interested in supporting a campaign to buy protective vests for Toledo police dogs are invited to purchase clothing in memory of the slain K9 Falko.

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Central Ave. gas work to keep lanes closed
Gas work that has closed lanes this week on part of Central Avenue will continue through next week, the city transportation division announced.

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Fees at reduced rates for cat adoptions
The Toledo Area Humane Society is offering a cat adoption special this weekend after a donor agreed to subsidize adoption fees.

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Ferner promotes shelters
Toledo mayoral candidate Mike Ferner touched on his plans to deal with crime Friday while meeting with the operator of a North Toledo shelter for prostitutes.

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Judge: State can’t withhold funding
Accusing the state legislature of “economic dragooning,” a Lucas County judge this week ordered that the state may not withhold funding from the city of Toledo for operating traffic enforcement cameras.

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Man shot, killed on Bush St.
A 23-year-old man shot and killed late Thursday in North Toledo leaves behind at least two children, those who knew him said.

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