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Police try to ID remains found in Monroe County
MONROE — Human remains were found Wednesday in Monroe Township, according to Michigan State Police.

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Families asked to take in international students
American Cultural Exchange Service is looking for volunteer families to host international exchange high school students.

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Springfield schools to host behavior forum
Springfield Local Schools will hold a parent-education series presentation at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the auditorium of Springfield High School, 1470 S. McCord Road.

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Mosquitoes in Toledo found to have West Nile
The Toledo Area Sanitary District said mosquitoes captured in West Toledo tested positive for the West Nile Virus.

Published 2 hours ago
City says no to zoo’s request to take over lot
The cost of parking in the small lot closest to the Toledo Zoo’s original entrance off Broadway will not change — at least for now.

Updated 3 hours ago
50 animals rescued, charges likely
A Springfield Township woman’s home was condemned, and she could face animal-cruelty charges after authorities removed more than 50 animals Thursday.

Published 3 hours ago
Poll: Clinton early fav in Ohio
COLUMBUS — Ohioans’ opinion of President Obama remains near an all-time low, but that is apparently not hurting Hillary Clinton as the critical swing state looks ahead at 2016, the latest Quinnipiac Poll showed Thursday.

Published 4 hours ago
New Kroger on the way
The Perrysburg Planning Commission approved a plan by Kroger Thursday night to demolish its existing store, along with a vacant former Sears store, on Carronade Drive to make way for a new, larger Kroger store.

Published 4 hours ago
Van Wert County dog warden fired
VAN WERT — The Van Wert County dog warden was fired Thursday while an investigation into conditions at the county dog shelter continues.

Published 4 hours ago
Officials to survey on Lake Erie algae
Frequent recreational water users in Lucas County may be asked to help health officials learn more about the algae blooms that have already forced the closure of Mau-mee Bay Park this season.