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Published 11 hours ago
Half brother pleads not guilty to murder
A Toledo man charged in the fatal stabbing of his half brother entered not guilty pleas Tuesday to two counts of murder.

Published 11 hours ago
Man pleads no contest to theft of elderly man
A Toledo man who befriended an 81-year-old man then conned him out of $121,700 pleaded no contest Tuesday to theft from the elderly.

Published 11 hours ago
Train strikes, kills 1 in Portage
PORTAGE, Ohio — A person has been struck and killed by a train Tuesday in this Wood County community, authorities said.

Updated 3 hours ago
Workshop focuses on theater
For the ninth year, the Sylvania Community Arts Commission Theater Program is offering a two-week summer workshop for aspiring actors, singers, and dancers ages 10-17.

Updated 11 hours ago
Toledo Free Press publisher must name investors
A state appeals court on Tuesday demanded that the publisher of the now-defunct Toledo Free Press stop stalling and disclose the names of his investors to Block Communications Inc.

Updated 13 hours ago
Region reviews water damage
WOODVILLE, Ohio — The Portage River raged in the distance, its water spilling over the banks and leaving Trail Marker Park submerged.

Published 13 hours ago
Sandusky Co. under storm warning
The National Weather Service in Cleveland placed Sandusky County under a severe thunderstorm warning until 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Updated 17 hours ago
Toledo to enter into deal to buy government center
By a 7-4 vote, Toledo City Council today authorized Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson to enter into negotiations to buy the 22-story state Government Center office tower downtown.

Updated 17 hours ago
Toledo point-shaving case on hold
DETROIT — The conclusion to the University of Toledo point-shaving case is on hold due to health concerns with the final defendant.

Published 20 hours ago
Marijuana legalization backers file early
COLUMBUS — Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize and market marijuana are expected to file petitions containing a purported 695,273 signatures today to get on the Nov. 3 ballot.




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