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Attacks in Iraq kill 56 people
Early voting begins in Lucas County
Two robberies reported Monday in Toledo
SB I-75 reopens near North Baltimore
Kashmir's floating market reopens
Flint residents get water filters
Netanyahu: Israel will break wave of terror
School Closings and Delays: 10-6
10 Things to Know for Today
UAE says coalition troops dead
Nobel physics prize awarded
Last of firefighters’ complaints dismissed
BGSU coach, trainer rescue motorist
Marshal discusses crime in Ohio
Research group to open in Ohio
Muslims, Catholics to gather
Bill would target sewer overflows
VW testing site scrutinized
Fiat Chrysler, UAW continue talks
Ag industry eyes Cuba
Pumpkin crop smaller, not squashed
Harrison, Gaye nominated
Black releases album
Art of cooking dried beans
Time to hit the cookbooks
Lions fumble away game at Seattle
Collins says she has skills to finish husband’s work
Meanwhile, behind the curtain
Eating while sightless
Mayoral rivals shareneighborhood ideas
Prison progress
Wild turkey season set to start Saturday
Blade High School Football Poll
High expectations, high energy for Walleye
School board candidates talk issues
City will save on road salt
Lourdes student receives UPS scholarship
October 6, 2015 - Most Wanted
Browns plan to be patient with defense
Virginia M. Stevenson (1934-2015): Lourdes worker ‘voice of wisdom,’ loved education
Rockets put their focus on progress, not ranking
Buckeyes say close games are part of growing process
Defense gets top billing
ProMedica, Chamber oppose marijuana issue
Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 10-06
Schools need way to spot troubled kids
Sylvania businessman guilty in assault case
Pair of In-N-Out stores robbed at gunpoint
Toledoan wounded in weekend shooting
Gibsonburg High on lockdown over report
Dog owner convicted after drug raid at home
Indians fall short at finish
It’s amateur hour — again
High court passes on shooting case
Boat gets a fall cleaning
Daily Log: 10-06
Recognizing first responders

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