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Fire Out In Seneca Lake

Crews in Pioneer respond to a structure fire at Lake Seneca. Officials say a dumpster caught fire along Seneca Drive. The flames spread to a garage, nearby. The homeowners were taking on the flames themselves and nearly had the fire out when the fire team got there. Not much damage, …

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Bad Crash On 24

Two big rigs crash on Highway 24 in Paulding County, roughly 12 miles west of Defiance. Traffic was snarled for a time, as both westbound lanes were closed, while first responders cleared the scene. Not much details on the big crash…as state and local officials continue to investigate the accident. …

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New Election Rules In OH

The Ohio Supreme Court issues an order, allowing Ohio attorneys to receive required Continuing Legal Education credit for serving as precinct election officials on Election Day this fall. The decision supports Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s Ready for November initiative by recruiting new poll workers in an effort to …

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Livengood OK

Officials with Pioneer Police says their police chief was crushed between two vehicles while assisting at the scene of a fire in Montpelier. He wasn’t seriously hurt. Apparently, he was standing by the back quarter panel of his cruiser, when a utility truck cut the corner too close. The blaze …

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Teen Injured In Crash

A Bryan teen is hurt after a solo crash in Defiance County, on Ohio 2, near the Blosser Road intersection in Farmer Township. The OSP says Taylor Birkhimer was northbound on 2, when he drove off the right side of the roadway. That’s when he overcorrected and drove off the …

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School Rules In Place

Following Gov. DeWine’s lead, all Bryan City Schools students in grades three to 12 will be required to wear a mask while in school. Students in preschool to second grade are strongly recommended and encouraged to wear face coverings this year. With that, officials add all students in preschool through …

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Drugs Nabbed In Robbery

Police are on the lookout for the suspect who robs the Rite Aid on W. High St in Bryan. The bandit wants prescription drugs…not money. Officials tell reporters the white male got away with an undisclosed amount of drugs. The suspect?…wearing a grey T-shirt, blue jeans with an handkerchief for …

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Officer Pulls The Trigger In Auburn

Indiana State Police is investigating a shooting in Auburn…involving an Auburn PD officer and a motorcycle driver. Officials say the officer stopped the motorcycle for a traffic violation. As the officer approaches the motorcycle, the rider produces what appears to be a handgun and points it at the officer. The …

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DeWine Walks Back Comments

Gov., DeWine reverses course…and is now calling for a nuclear bailout energy law to be repealed and replaced…in the wake of that $60 million dollar state bribery scandal. The governor says he continues to support the idea behind the law, which stands to give roughly $1 billion dollars to Ohio’s …

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COVID Spikes In OH

Hours before a statewide mask mandate goes into effect, the Ohio Department of Health reports 1,444 reported daily cases… a number higher than the state’s 21-day average. Gov. DeWine designated 23 counties in Ohio as red on the state’s color-coded alert system. Those counties continue to show high rates of …

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