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Police chase, rescue ends with drug charge
DUNDEE, Mich. — While officers tried to break out a car window Sunday to rescue the man who crashed during a high-speed pursuit, the driver allegedly began smoking a bong.


Updated 3 hours ago
Judge taking rifle home legal
PORT CLINTON — An Ottawa County judge did not violate the law when he took home a rifle from the sheriff’s office to use for home security, according to an opinion by the chief of the Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office criminal division.


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Mayor seeks approval to shuffle inspections, code enforcement
The Collins administration wants to rearrange Toledo inspections and code enforcement divisions, which would undo some reorganizing that former Mayor Mike Bell did in early 2011.

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30-month sentence is issued for threats
A man who sent four threatening letters to Lucas County Prosecutor Julia Bates; her husband, Judge James Bates, and Judge Ruth Ann Franks will spend 30 months in federal prison.

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Ohio to receive nearly $7.5M to deal with algae
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will provide nearly $7.5 million to Ohio to address harmful algae blooms in Lake Erie, most of it as grants to help farmers pay for practices that keep algae-feeding nutrients on the farm and out of the lake.

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Author will speak at ‘Night of Inspiration’ at Radisson at UT
Author and life coach Valorie Burton will speak Thursday at the annual Women’s Initiative of United Way “Night of Inspiration.”

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Oregon named 9th best city for political centrists in U.S.
Oregon, Ohio, placed ninth on the list of best American cities for political centrists, according to Livability.com.

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Trucker treated for injuries after chase
BOWLING GREEN — A tractor-trailer driver who allegedly stole a lamp Sunday from a Family Dollar store in Sandusky led law enforcement officers on a chase through four counties before crashing into the median of I-75 near Haskins, Ohio, state troopers said.