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One Hurt In Crash

Alcohol and drug use is suspected after a car hits a home Ohio 66, south of Paulding County Road 166 in Brown Township. Anthony Baxter of Payne, was northbound on 66 when he drove off the right side of the roadway, into a bean field. Then, the vehicle struck the …

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Masks To Be Worn In LC

Health officials in LaGrange County are now requiring residents to wear face coverings in public in an effort to flatten a sharp rise in coronavirus cases. The masks must be worn in indoor areas open to the public, including on public transportation or van transports. In outdoor public areas where …

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Sports Betting Bills Update

Efforts to legalize sports betting in Ohio makes progress more than a year after bills were introduced in the House and Senate. Insiders say sponsors of the conflicting legislation believe a deal can be reached. The main difference between the two bills is who would regulate sports betting. The House …

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Injury Crash In Steuben Co.

A Fremont man is badly hurt after being struck by a vehicle, near S.R. 120 and C.R. 900 West, east of Orland. Officers say 37-year-old Brandon Holt is the victim. He was flown to a Fort Wayne hospital in critical condition. State Police are investigating the incident as a hit …

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One Hurt In Truck V Semi

A crash on Highway 24 and Webster Rd. in New Haven, involving a truck and semi, leaves one person in serious condition. Officials tell reporters the truck hit the broadside of the semi while turning onto the ramp. Emergency crews had to free the driver of the truck from the …

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BMU To Make Changes

Bryan Municipal Utilities announces it will resume utility disconnections for those who have not paid their bills, beginning on or after June 20. Since March, BMU has temporarily suspended the disconnections for non-payment and waived late penalties in response to COVID-19. The utility urges customers to pay what they can …

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Acton Steps Down

Dr. Amy Acton, the health director who helped Gov. DeWine earn glowing reviews for his pandemic response, resigns…after a few polarizing months…which she became beloved for her soothing expertise…and loathed…even threatened…for exercising her emergency powers. Acton played a highly public role in Ohio’s early and aggressive fight against coronavirus, transcending …

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Big Storm Hits Area

Storms with heavy winds, rain and golf ball-sized hail blows through Williams County. Officials say they caused power outages in Bryan, West Unity, Lake Seneca and other spots around the county…some widespread flooding in the region, too. Gusts of 40 mph were strong enough at one point to blow over …

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Injury Crash Under Investigation

A crash, involving a truck and a big rig on US 24 at Webster Rd. in New Haven leaves one person in serious condition. Officers tell reporters the truck hit the broadside of the semi while turning onto the ramp. Emergency crews had to free the driver of the truck …

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Culver Files Again

David Culver files his third lawsuit against a local agency since pleading guilty late last year to hiring a hitman to kill a local social worker. Culver is accused of trying to pay someone to kill his target. He is currently awaiting sentencing. Culver most recently filed a suit against …

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