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5/15/2014 12:08 PM
Man charged in strangling death
A Toledo man accused of strangling a woman was arraigned today in Toledo Municipal Court.

5/15/2014 7:22 AM
Clinton leads in Ohio presidential poll
Ohio Gov. John Kasich trails former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a new Ohio 2016 presidential race poll out today, but would do better than any other leading Republicans.

5/15/2014 11:01 AM
Hearing for elections officials under way
A due process hearing being held today for four Lucas County Board of Elections members — who are slated to be dismissed — got under way today with a stinging indictment of dereliction of duty charged by a representative of Secretary of State Jon Husted.

5/15/2014 12:26 PM
Algae outlook for Lake Erie not encouraging
COLUMBUS — Although the first official forecast for western Lake Erie's 2014 algae is not scheduled to be made by government scientists and academic researchers until July 10, one of the principals involved in tracking that issue said today that phosphorus-runoff data being generated at a monitoring station along the Maumee River near Waterville is painting a grim picture.

5/15/2014 10:51 AM
Toledo OKs additional areas for roadwork
The Collins administration today released a list of another almost 11 miles of Toledo roadway that will be repaved this year after underground waterlines are replaced.

5/15/2014 11:35 AM
Gas leak in Perrysburg fixed; road closed
Columbia Gas crews have fixed a gas leak on a 4-inch main line on East Boundary Street in Perrysburg today, but the road remains closed until 5 p.m. for further repairs.

5/15/2014 12:00 AM
36 plead guilty in Fulton Co. cockfighting bust
SWANTON — More than half of the 52 people cited in a Fulton County cockfighting case this month pleaded guilty Wednesday and were fined.

5/15/2014 12:00 AM
Councilman apologizes to officers
Toledo City Councilman Larry Sykes issued a public apology on Wednesday to the two city police officers who stopped him last month and then were pulled into an internal affairs investigation on potential racial profiling.

5/15/2014 12:00 AM
Bill threatens underpass plan
COLUMBUS — Springfield Township and the village of Holland have begun the process of creating a Joint Economic Development Zone around the planned McCord Road railroad underpass project. But a bill that could come to an Ohio Senate vote as early as next week could stop the effort in its tracks.

5/15/2014 12:00 AM
Forum closes with festivities
The three-day 2014 Italian Business Forum in Toledo this week ended Wednesday night with an odd mix of boxing, wine tasting, a pork roast, and music at the host site, the Park Inn by Radisson downtown.