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Updated 30 minutes ago
Pipelines vs. rail tank cars for oil
President Obama’s veto of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline has major ramifications for North America’s energy future.

Updated 50 minutes ago
Keystone proposal puts focus on sensitive areas
TransCanada’s proposal to build the 1,700-mile Keystone XL pipeline from Alberta to the Gulf Coast has galvanized support for Nebraska’s highly sensitive Sandhills region and the eight-state Ogallala Aquifer, the latter of which provides about 30 percent of the groundwater pumped for irrigation in the United States and is one of the world’s largest freshwater aquifers.

Updated 55 minutes ago
Auction draws record crowd of 505
The truly hopeful and handy spend the day before their 16th birthday at an impound-lot auction.

Updated 57 minutes ago
An icy spring
Despite the fact that spring officially began more than a week ago, Saturday’s low temperature reached 14 degrees.

Updated 1 hour ago
If the shoe fits, claim it
The fourth annual shoe giveaway took place on Saturday at Glass City Church of Christ on Hoag Street in Toledo.

Updated 1 hour ago
Blessing of the palms
Today faithful Christians all over the world will celebrate Palm Sunday.

Updated 1 hour ago
Future UT president seeks to lift rankings
The University of Toledo’s future president isn’t on the job yet, but she’s already taking aim at the big bull’s-eye of college rankings.

Updated 1 hour ago
Beautiful aquarium rises again
Strange as it sounds, the Great Depression had a huge upside for Toledo.

Published 1 hour ago
Ohio scam calls appear to come from 911 number
CINCINNATI — Authorities are warning Ohioans of scam calls appearing to come from the 911 phone number and instructing them to call the state attorney general’s office to avoid arrest or other legal action.




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