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Fremont police seek man in shooting
FREMONT — Fremont police are looking for the gunman who shot a man late Wednesday.

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Laskey Road to be closed at Jackman
Waterline construction along Jackman Road will close Laskey Road to through traffic at Jackman this weekend, the city transportation division announced.

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Teen arsonist faces additional charges
BOWLING GREEN — A Perrysburg Township teenager convicted of setting a fire at a Perrysburg Heights home last year was indicted Thursday by a Wood County grand jury on two new felonies.

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Authorities say man had $2.2M in cocaine
A Washington state man arrested in Toledo this week had $2.2 million worth of cocaine, authorities said.

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New site, same excitement at July 4 celebration
The Blade’s annual Independence Day party Red, White, KABOOM promises to dazzle more residents from its new location at the Marina District this year.

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Gustine to speak at Open Book
In her debut collection of short stories, Toledo native Amy Gustine delves into issues of strife, heartbreak, and suicide.

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Gunman kills estranged wife outside high school
BELTSVILLE, Md. — A man fatally shot his estranged wife while she was waiting to pick up their children outside a suburban Washington high school Thursday afternoon and wounded a man who tried to intervene, police said.

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Alabama county may cover up slavery murals
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — As officials across the South wrestle with what to do about public monuments that reflect a racist heritage, an Alabama county may cover up two courthouse murals that some call offensive.

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Seattle mayor decries sexist city council attacks
SEATTLE — Seattle’s mayor and an investor have condemned sports fans’ sexist attacks against the mostly female City Council after its vote sidetracked a proposed arena project aimed at luring the NBA back to the city.




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