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Published 7 hours ago
Police probe attack, robbery in Findlay
FINDLAY — Findlay police are investigating the robbery and attack of a man early Thursday.

Updated 11 hours ago
Poll: Personal use of pot gains support in Ohio
COLUMBUS — More than half of Ohio voters support the personal use of marijuana by adults with support soaring to 90 percent for just medical purposes, according to a Quinnipiac Poll released today.

Updated 12 hours ago
State school board president withholding documents
Ohio Board of Education President Tom Gunlock refused to release communications requested by state Auditor Dave Yost for his annual audit and probe into the education department’s rigging of charter-school evaluations.

Published 12 hours ago
Ohio drivers saved a lot on gas last winter
Ohio drivers have been among the biggest beneficiaries of the drop in gasoline prices, according to a report released today that shows the average driver in this state spent about $35 less a month during the winter of 2014-2015 compared with the same period a year earlier.

Updated 13 hours ago
Fall migration could bring bird flu to Ohio
The wave of bird flu that crashed upon the U.S. poultry industry earlier this year infected 211 flocks in 21 states and forced the destruction of 48 million chickens and turkeys. It was the single worst animal disease crisis in the country’s history, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Published 14 hours ago
Algae toxin levels drop even further today
Toledo’s water quality dashboard status remained at “clear” for a second day after tests for microcystin in Lake Erie water revealed even smaller concentrations of the algae toxin today than Wednesday.

Published 14 hours ago
Ohio stocks rise
Ohio stocks rose, led by General Electric. and Procter & Gamble Co..

Published 16 hours ago
UT launching national search for provost
The University of Toledo will launch a national search for a new provost to serve as Toledo’s top academic official and will try again to hire a new chief financial officer.

Updated 16 hours ago
Businessmen discuss effects of algal blooms
PORT CLINTON — Paul Pacholski estimates his fishing charter business was down 25 percent this season because of algae in Lake Erie.

Published 16 hours ago
Lampela convicted of disorderly conduct
PORT CLINTON — Former Put-in-Bay police Chief Ric Lampela was convicted today of disorderly conduct for his behavior in a 2010 exchange with two of the department’s officers.

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