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Toxin level rises, city stops testing
Though the amount of microcystin present in raw Lake Erie water near Toledo’s water-system intake Wednesday was double the amount detected two days earlier, city officials announced they planned to scale back testing for the toxin.

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Dinner Friday to help in memorial for victim
A fund-raiser is planned for memorial costs for the victim of an apparent city homicide.

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Green Industry topics set for Owens program
Owens Community College will host a program Wednesday for naturalists, master gardeners, and professionals in the landscape, garden center, tree care, and turf industry.

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Driver in Fulton Co. crash on turnpike dies
DELTA, Ohio — A northeast Ohio driver was killed early Wednesday when two tractor-trailer rigs collided on the Ohio Turnpike in Fulton County, closing the westbound lanes for about three hours.

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Identities in 2 weekend city shootings released
Toledo police identified two victims in weekend shootings.

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Michigan man charged in grandma’s stabbing
MONROE — An Erie Township, Mich., man shot in the head by a sheriff’s deputy has been charged with stabbing his grandmother.

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Police seek truck driver after pileup closes I-75
Perrysburg police sought a truck driver Wednesday who they believe triggered yet another multiple-vehicle pileup in the I-75 construction zone south of Perrysburg.

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1st 2 West Nile virus cases in Ohio reported for 2015
COLUMBUS — Ohio’s first two human cases of West Nile virus in 2015 have been reported in a 34-year-old Cleveland-area man and a 77-year-old Cincinnati-area man, the Ohio Department of Health announced Wednesday. Mosquitoes from Lucas County have tested positive for West Nile virus, but so far this season no human cases have been reported

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Kraus' seat up for grabs
COLUMBUS — When Ohio House Republicans name a replacement for former Rep. Steve Kraus in the lakefront 89th District, they hope it will be someone who can hold on to a seat previously held for decades by Democrats.

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Owens considers changing charter
Owens Community College Board of Trustees voted Wednesday to explore the process of transforming the school from a state community college into a community college, which would allow Owens to seek a local levy to help recover from recent financial woes.




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