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12/22/2013 1:14 PM
Vehicles being hauled catch fire on Turnpike
DELTA, Ohio – Several vehicles being hauled by a tractor-trailer on the Ohio Turnpike caught fire today, a Highway Patrol dispatcher said.

12/22/2013 10:58 AM
Military vet in standoff with Ky. police
COVINGTON, Ky. — Police say a military veteran who barricaded himself inside a northern Kentucky home has released his three children from the home.

12/22/2013 10:14 AM
Bomb explodes on board Israeli bus
JERUSALEM — A small bomb exploded on board a bus in central Israel just moments after it had been evacuated on Sunday, police said, adding that an initial investigation suggests that Palestinian militants were behind the attack.

12/22/2013 10:12 AM
Immigrants sew mouths shut in Italy
ROME -- Nine illegal immigrants detained in Italy have stitched their lips together with thread from their bedsheets in a protest to demand their release.

12/22/2013 9:06 AM
Kiev anti-government protest draws 100,000
KIEV, Ukraine — About 100,000 demonstrators are gathering in the center of the Ukrainian capital to demand the ouster of the president and government, as mass anti-government protests enter their second month.

12/22/2013 8:52 AM
Ice storm leaves 95K without power in northeast
CANTON, N.Y. (AP) — A winter storm bringing ice and whipping winds to upstate New York and northern Vermont knocked out power to thousands of customers as officials urged motorists to avoid traveling in dangerously slick conditions.

12/22/2013 1:45 AM
Federal bailout of GM paid off
After selling its last shares of General Motors, the U.S. Treasury has written off a loss of about $10 billion, an enormous sum by anyone’s standards.

12/22/2013 1:23 AM
Family explores fringe aviation
The quest to recommercialize Toledo Express Airport has generated piles of research by the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority, with heavy emphasis on the big producers of jobs and revenue — air freight and passengers — but little on the fringe aviation businesses that the local Treece family is advocating.

12/22/2013 1:28 AM
Students say aloha to college life
BOWLING GREEN — The chilly, incessant rainfall outside didn’t dampen the enthusiasm inside Bowling Green State University’s Stroh Center on Saturday where degrees were awarded, tassels turned from right to left, and smiles in large supply.

12/22/2013 2:22 AM
Budding poet waxes at Southview
Omair Hasan of Sylvania Township writes poetry as a hobby, enjoys world studies as his favorite subject at school, and plans to become a dentist.