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Kasich just makes GOP debate cut
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will be on the stage with the Republican political first string Thursday night when Fox News broadcasts the first official election debate of the 2016 presidential contest.

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Stewart left mark on late night
To fully appreciate the cultural impact Jon Stewart achieved during his 16-year run with The Daily Show, it helps to recall what the program looked like before he and his band of merry jesters arrived on the scene.

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Bill would enact welfare drug tests
COLUMBUS — Adult applicants for welfare and some seeking unemployment compensation could face testing for illegal drug use under a Republican-backed bill to be introduced in Ohio today.

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Court to reconsider sentence
BOWLING GREEN — A former Bowling Green man sentenced to 14 years in prison for the death of his infant son is to return to Wood County Common Pleas Court for reconsideration of his prison term, an appeals court ruled.

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Fun’s in the air at the Wood County Fair
BOWLING GREEN — Gretchen Germann, 11, and her male Holstein calf, Chocolate, had never competed in a livestock competition before, but Tuesday, they took the stage at this week’s Wood County Fair.

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Appeals court: Dog warden isn’t a ‘victim’
Saying the Lucas County Dog Warden was not a “victim” in a 2013 dog fighting case, Ohio’s 6th District Court of Appeals vacated an order requiring a Toledo man to pay $12,030 to the dog warden for the medical and boarding expenses for his “pit bulls.”

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Fedor asks U.S. to halt new grants for Ohio
COLUMBUS — State Rep. Teresa Fedor (D., Toledo), ranking Democrat on the House Education Committee, on Tuesday urged the federal government to cut off grant funding for the start of new charter schools in Ohio after the state admitted scrubbing test scores from evaluations of some school sponsors.

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Parking lot rules being ignored
Operators of parking lots in the Toledo Warehouse District are being put on notice to comply with decades-old licensing laws — or face citations.

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Raises strain Head Start budget
Raises granted recently to Toledo Public School employees will put a strain on the district’s Head Start budget at a time when TPS still plans to expand its early-childhood program.

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Health Care REIT’s funds up in quarter
Health Care REIT Inc. on Tuesday reported second quarter funds from operations of $383.7 million, or $1.09 per share, up 21 percent from a year ago when it had $316.3 million, or $1.06 per share.




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