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One Killed On 30

A deadly crash near New Haven. Police and medics were called to U.S. 30 at South Doyle Road, just east of Interstate 469. The accident involved a car and a semi. Traffic was delayed for over an hour. State and local investigators are going over the crash scene.

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Roll Over Crash In Defiance

A driver escapes injury when his pickup truck rolls in a solo crash on Greenler Street in Defiance. Officials tell reporters the truck was eastbound on East Second Street, just east of Douglas, when it slid on wet pavement, striking a curb. The truck rolled, crossing Greenler Street…and ending up …

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DUI Charges Filed After Police Involved Accident

An accused drunk driver rear ends a police cruiser on Highway 20A in Williams County. Officials say Anthony Saylor was approaching a train crossing. Officer Randy Mills of the Montpelier Police was already there in his cruiser, waiting for a train to clear the crossing. Saylor runs into the back …

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A Messy Mistake

The mistakenly raised bed of a moving dump truck hits an overpass over Interstate 69, spraying debris which then damages other vehicles in the southbound lanes of I-69 near mile marker 338, four miles north of the U.S. 6 interchange. The dump truck, driven by Stan Richardson of Fremont was …

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Tax Break For JM

An area employer gets a tax abatement. Officials say Defiance County commissioners gave their consent to it to cover Johns Manville’s $50 million plant expansion. They approved a resolution authorizing a 90 percent abatement of new property taxes over 12 years on JM’s investment at its Carpenter Road plant. The …

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Latta’s List For The Academies Announced

Congressman, Bob Latta announces his nominations from Ohio’s Fifth Congressional District for consideration for acceptance into the military academies as part of the Class of 2023. For the Air Force Academy in Colorado…Devin Thiel from Edgerton High School…on to West Point could be…Brendon Johns, who attends Archbold High School.

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Fire Truck Accident

A fire truck, responding to a blaze, crashes on the way. An Auglaize Township fire pumper, driven by Blake Dolt was headed to a Paulding County Road 171 location. At 171 and 156, the pumper went off the right side of the roadway. The driver overcorrects, causing the fire truck …

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New Committee Appointments In Bryan

Some changes at the Bryan City Council. Officials did some reorganization for 2019. Members approved a list of appointments to various committees and elected Lynn Wieland as council president for 2019. John Betts is now vice president. Several other committees, including Finance, Economic Developments and the Revolving Loan Fund, have …

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Beasley Appeal Nixed

The U.S. Supreme Court won’t hear an appeal from an Ohio man, sentenced to death for killing three down-and-out men lured by fake Craigslist job offers. Richard Beasley was convicted of posting bogus job offers on Craigslist to rob and murder three men in 2011. The Ohio Supreme Court upheld …

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Borden Is Sentenced

An Ohio man is sentenced to just under four years in prison for his role in the beating of a black man the day of a white nationalist rally in Virginia. Daniel Borden was gets 20 years, but most of that sentence was suspended. His active sentence amounts to three …

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