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Voters disapprove of Portman's letter
Ohio voters didn’t approve of U.S. Sen. Rob Portman’s signing of a letter to Iranian mullahs, according to a poll released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University.

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Kasich signs bill, nixes voter change
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — Gov. John Kasich on Wednesday signed a $7 billion, two-year transportation budget into law, but only after striking language some Democrats said might have discouraged out-of-state students from registering to vote in Ohio.

Published 4 hours ago
Design of Defiance bridge mulled
DEFIANCE — Local officials had hoped an upcoming state project to replace the Clinton Street bridge over the Maumee River might also relieve their problem with a forbidden left turn at an intersection just north of that span.

Published 4 hours ago
Program at clinic offers health advice
Minority Health Month kicks off today with a free program at That Neighborhood Free Health Clinic.

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Teenager fights charges following library scuffle
A teenager denied misdemeanor assault and trespassing charges Wednesday in Lucas County Juvenile Court following a scuffle with library security last month.

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Former police officer views child porn again
A former Waterville Township police officer who went to prison in 2012 for viewing child pornography will spend 15 more days in jail.

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Lake Twp. fire leaves family homeless
A family of 10 was left homeless Wednesday after a fire damaged their house in the 1500 block of Woodville Road in Lake Township, authorities said.

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Man accused in shooting, remains jailed
A man who Toledo police said twice shot a victim remained incarcerated Wednesday in lieu of a $150,000 bond.

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$9.5M grant provides child care
WSOS Community Action agency and Lucas County Family Council have received a grant worth more than $9.5 million to provide comprehensive, year-round child-care services for Head Start programs.

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Stone Lab director is retiring
One of the Great Lakes region’s most well-known ambassadors is slowly stepping away in hopes of devoting more time and energy to his grandchildren.




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