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8/12/2014 12:00 AM
Heavy rains pound region
After an abnormally dry July and early August, serious storms in the Toledo area Monday caused flooding and prompted concerns about tornadoes.

8/11/2014 11:50 PM
Toledo dredging project delayed
A Toledo City Council committee will delay endorsing a project to develop alternatives to dredging so committee members can talk more with the North Toledo residents who live near the park who will be affected by the experiment.

8/12/2014 12:00 AM
Judge keeps Toledo abortion clinic open
Capital Care Network, Toledo’s only remaining abortion clinic, will continue to operate while the owner appeals an order from the Ohio Department of Health to shut down.

8/12/2014 12:21 AM
Federal judge hears pleas in voting issue
COLUMBUS — If Ohio’s early voting law is unconstitutional, then so are the voting systems of the majority of states in the nation with weaker laws, backers of efforts to reduce in-person early-voting opportunities told a federal judge Monday.

8/12/2014 12:19 AM
Bay City officials close in on water main break
BAY CITY, Mich. — After three days of frustrating searches and perhaps 20 million gallons of drained water, Bay City officials said Monday that they likely have found the source of a large water main break.

8/12/2014 12:12 AM
Downpour contributes to algae problem
Monday’s torrential downpour contributed to the algae problem with massive sewage spills, although their duration has not yet been quantified and posted online.

8/12/2014 12:00 AM
Child sex offender enters Alford pleas
A Toledo man who was convicted 12 years ago of performing live sex acts with a 14-year-old girl on an Internet pay site entered Alford pleas Monday to rape and three counts of pandering sexually oriented material involving a juvenile.

8/12/2014 12:00 AM
Owens exploring options
Decreased state funding and a desire to keep tuition low has led Owens Community College to explore a potential levy, but there’s no timeline on that decision, Owens President Mike Bower said Monday during a state of the college address.

8/12/2014 12:00 AM
Judge extends moratorium on lethal injections
COLUMBUS — Four executions scheduled for the next five months have been placed on hold as a federal judge Monday extended his moratorium on the use of Ohio’s latest lethal injection process.

8/12/2014 12:00 AM
Shooting suspect won’t be released from jail
A Toledo man charged with shooting a 16-year-old in the back was denied the right to be released from jail on electronic monitoring.