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Special athletes give their all
Determination shows on her face as Shalaya Keith-Harrison wins the 50-meter run during a ‘Special Olympics’ at Rogers High, sponsored by Toledo Public Schools for its developmentally disabled students.

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How a tiny creature steered ODOT
Meet the rayed bean mussel, a federally endangered species that could be in your neighborhood if you’re one of the thousands of South Toledo, Maumee, Holland, Springfield Township, and Monclova Township residents living within a half mile of Swan Creek.

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Gratitude extended to military members
Memorial Day traditionally honors servicemen who died for their country, but some businesses are going further and extending that remembrance to active or retired military members.

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$3.5M project opening in August
The Toledo Area Humane Society is on track to open a larger shelter this summer just a year after it purchased the property.

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Bargaining rights stripped
COLUMBUS — Republican Gov. John Kasich on Friday erased the right of independent in-home health-care and child-care workers to collectively bargain the same way his Democratic predecessor Ted Strickland created that right more than six years ago —with the stroke of a pen.

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Misconduct charges filed
For the second time this year, a Toledo Catholic priest faces allegations of misconduct involving a minor.

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Rape kit match leads to city man
DNA evidence led to the indictment Friday of a Toledo man suspected of raping three different women — two at gunpoint — in 2010 and 2011.

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Restored WWI-era statue back
SWANTON — Nearly 90 years after the installation of Swanton’s iconic World War I statue, residents in this small village straddling Lucas and Fulton counties will rededicate their restored soldier.

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Fulton Co. kids take command of holiday event
DELTA, Ohio — In Pike Township, planning the Memorial Day celebration falls into the laps of Fulton County youngsters.

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Indecency incidents hint at sole offender
Police are investigating similar reports of an unidentified man repeatedly exposing himself in public for the past month.

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