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9/17/2014 12:00 AM
Toledoan gets prison for rape of child
Calling a child rapist’s actions “disgusting,” Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Myron Duhart sentenced the Toledo man to 30 years in prison.

9/16/2014 9:19 PM
2 apprehended in threat at Tecumseh school
TECUMSEH, Mich. -- Two Tecumseh High School students have been apprehended in connection with a threat of violence at the school last week, Chief Troy Stern of the Tecumseh police announced Tuesday in a statement.

9/16/2014 9:26 PM
Northview edges Anthony Wayne 2-1
The Northview Wildcats registered a goal in each half and held on in the closing seconds for a 2-1 Northern Lakes League boys soccer victory over visiting Anthony Wayne Tuesday night in a match played at Sylvania’s Timberstone Junior High.

9/16/2014 11:47 AM
No King James coaster for Cedar Point
SANDUSKY -- Cedar Point said today it won't name a roller coaster after LeBron James. Instead, it will do something it says is "bigger and better."

9/16/2014 10:19 AM
I-75 and I-280 back open
Southbound 1-75 near the 1-280 interchange reopened late this afternoon following a crash this morning.

9/16/2014 1:27 AM
Toledo buying land may help Chrysler
The Collins administration Monday made a bid to buy slightly more than four acres in North Toledo, a move that could be a first step toward gathering parcels Chrysler Group LLC would need to expand its Jeep factory here.

9/16/2014 12:15 PM
No debate for Kasich, FitzGerald
COLUMBUS — The two major party candidates for Ohio governor will apparently break with tradition and not meet for a single debate prior to the Nov. 4 election after talks have apparently broken down.

9/16/2014 12:18 PM
N.Y. firm donates 30,000 socks
A co-founder of Bombas Socks came from New York City to help deliver 30,000 socks today to the Hannah’s Socks non-profit group in Perrysburg.

9/16/2014 1:04 AM
Kaptur: Lake Erie is sick again
Northwest Ohio will soon have a citizens brigade in place to test western Lake Erie and its associated ditches, rivers, and streams on a regular basis for signs of excessive nutrient runoff if U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D., Toledo) gets her way.