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4/30/2014 12:00 AM
Konop set to testify in probe
Former Lucas County Commissioner Ben Konop has surfaced as a called witness in a Congressional investigation of alleged bias within the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

4/30/2014 10:39 AM
Ohio mumps outbreak reaches 295 cases
COLUMBUS — Public health officials say a mumps outbreak in central Ohio has reached 295 cases. That’s about three-quarters of all the reported cases nationwide.

4/30/2014 8:42 AM
BP pulls out of drilling in NE Ohio
AKRON, Ohio — BP will scrap plans for shale drilling in northeast Ohio because of disappointing results from test wells.

4/29/2014 11:44 PM
Business fears bill will kill solar
One of metro Toledo’s older businesses has benefited greatly from a 2008 state law that requires utilities to invest more in solar power, wind power, and other forms of renewable energy.

4/30/2014 12:00 AM
Taft hasn’t sought expungement
COLUMBUS — Former Gov. Bob Taft’s 2005 conviction related to the Coingate scandal is absent from the final report issued last week by the Ohio inspector general, but the former governor told The Blade on Tuesday that “my record has not been expunged.”


4/30/2014 12:00 AM
Vexed Adrian sculpture moved
ADRIAN — A bunch of blue-hued bodies that caused a ballyhoo moved to a new abode Tuesday.

4/29/2014 7:13 PM
Taft says record not expunged
COLUMBUS — Former Gov. Bob Taft’s 2005 conviction related to the Coingate scandal is absent from the final report issued last week by the Ohio inspector general, but the former governor told The Blade today that “my record has not been expunged.”

4/29/2014 10:13 AM
Controversial sculpture to be relocated
ADRIAN — As a result of numerous discussions and correspondence sent to the city about "Blue Human Condition," the controversial sculpture will be relocated to Yew Park.

4/29/2014 11:31 AM
Closed portion of Mich. prison to be museum
BLACKMAN TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A portion of the former Southern Michigan Correctional Facility in the Jackson area is becoming a home for history.