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3/17/2014 11:34 PM
Collins speaks in Washington, D.C.
WASHINGTON — Ask not what a politician can do for you, but look at what he or she has done for you in the past.

3/17/2014 11:25 PM
CEO’s ‘downsizing’ upsets locals
Andrea Price’s ouster as president and CEO of Mercy Health System has disappointed some leaders of the African-American community who question the hospital’s commitment to diversity.

3/18/2014 6:45 AM
10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

3/18/2014 12:12 AM
Study: Sepsis treatments equally effective
PITTSBURGH — A study led by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine found less technical sepsis treatments are just as effective as their more structured counterparts in battling the life-threatening condition.

3/17/2014 11:27 PM
EOPA to take over county’s youth jobs program
The Lucas County commissioners will announce today that the newly branded Economic Opportunity Planning Association will take over operations of the county’s summer jobs program for teenagers and young adults.

3/17/2014 10:30 PM
Suspect in Toledo
 slaying held in Arkansas
Marquis A. Walker, a suspect in the shooting death of his ex-girlfriend in October in Toledo, was arrested Monday night in Jonesboro, Ark., authorities said.

3/17/2014 10:29 PM
Monroe Public Schools to extend until June 18
MONROE — Students in Monroe Public Schools will attend classes at least through June 18 to comply with state requirements because of the loss of 15 days from weather-related cancellations since Jan. 1.


3/17/2014 10:27 PM
State of Wood County address set for today
BOWLING GREEN — Wood County commissioners will present their “State of the County Address” at 8 a.m. today.

3/17/2014 10:03 PM
GM recalls 1.5M more vehicles
DETROIT — General Motors Co. announced new recalls of 1.5 million vehicles on Monday, and in a virtually unprecedented public admission by a GM chief executive, Mary Barra acknowledged the company fell short in catching faulty ignition switches linked to 12 deaths.