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3/23/2015 7:29 AM
New Ohio gun rules take effect today
COLUMBUS — A new state law that relaxes some requirements for concealed carry permits and allows hunters to use noise suppressors under certain conditions is set to take effect in Ohio.

3/23/2015 7:44 AM
Road Warrior: 3-23
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3/23/2015 7:05 AM
Detroit employment efforts get $500K boost
DETROIT — Efforts to boost summer employment of young people in Detroit are getting $500,000 in funding.

3/23/2015 7:00 AM
Ohio gas prices inch up
COLUMBUS  — Ohio motorists are seeing higher gas prices to start the work week.

3/22/2015 4:48 PM
Red light citations to continue in Lucas Co.
A Lucas County judge ruled today that the city of Toledo may continue issuing citations from red-light and speed-violation cameras without the significant restrictions imposed by a state law that takes effect Monday.

3/22/2015 6:24 PM
Martinez hitless in return; Tigers lose
KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Judging by the results, Victor Martinez’s return to the Detroit lineup on Sunday was nothing to brag about. That he was in the lineup was all the slugger cared about.

3/22/2015 12:00 AM
Former Toledo mayor leaves legacy of service
Jack Ford, a Toledo city councilman, Toledo’s first black mayor, and a former Democratic leader of the Ohio House of Representatives, died Saturday morning at ProMedica Toledo Hospital of complications from kidney disease after suffering cardiac arrest at home. He was 67.

3/22/2015 1:49 PM
Detroit Catholic choir to sing for pope at Vatican
DETROIT — A Catholic choir from Detroit has been asked to sing before Pope Francis at the Vatican.

3/22/2015 10:11 AM
Changes proposed to Ohio hunting season dates
COLUMBUS — Ohio officials are proposing to provide additional time between gun and muzzleloader hunting seasons this coming winter.

3/22/2015 2:21 AM
Bingo charities seek new laws
COLUMBUS — Charitable bingo operators in Ohio, struggling because of competition from casinos and other forms of gambling, have formed a coalition to try to keep their heads above water.

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