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Updated 4 minutes ago
Trump, Sanders seek N.H. wins
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders hope to emerge from New Hampshire’s primary today with their first wins of the 2016 presidential election, victories that would boost their standing in a highly competitive race.

Updated 11 minutes ago
Rossford residents ask for tax vote
Rossford residents submitted a petition Monday to City Council requesting a November referendum vote on council’s recent decision to cut its income-tax reciprocity with neighboring municipalities.

Updated 11 minutes ago
Kasich makes final New Hampshire push
COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich has repeatedly said he will be back on a plane to Ohio if he doesn’t do well today in New Hampshire, where he’s hinged the future of his underdog bid for the White House.

Updated 12 minutes ago
Candidates in mad dash for New Hampshire votes
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Talk about committed voters.

Published 15 minutes ago
Job openings jump to 5.6M in December
WASHINGTON — U.S. companies advertised more available jobs in December and more Americans quit, trends that could lift wages in the coming months.

Updated 18 minutes ago
First Zika virus case diagnosed in Ohio
The Ohio Department of Health announced today that a 30-year-old Cleveland woman has the first reported case of the Zika virus in Ohio. The women recently travelled to Haiti, where it is presumed she contracted the virus.

Updated 23 minutes ago
Racinos top casinos in Jan. gains
Gamblers furthered their preference for Ohio’s horse tracks over its casinos last month, with total gaming revenues at the state’s seven racinos growing nearly 10 percent while the state’s four freestanding casinos barely scratched out a 1 percent gain.

Updated 30 minutes ago
Ottawa Hills OKs deer kill rules
Ottawa Hills Village Council unanimously approved a controlled bow-hunting program Monday to reduce the village’s white-tailed deer population, finally putting a plan into motion three months after voters went to the ballot box.

Updated 31 minutes ago
Investor pleads not guilty in fraud case
Toledo real estate investor and one-time Republican mayoral candidate James D. Moody hesitated in federal court Monday when asked whether he understood the fraud and conspiracy charges lodged against him.





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