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Toledo Nurse Strike Ends

Nurses have ratified a new contract with Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo after a three-month labor dispute. The United Auto Workers union represents about 950 nurses there. The union says roughly 84% of voting members approved the contract. Concerns during negotiations with the rank and file included …

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Truck Fire On 69

Traffic is backed up for a time along Interstate 69 in northern DeKalb County after a vehicle catches fire in the northbound lanes around mile marker 338, two miles south of the DeKalb-Steuben county line at S.R. 4. No injuries reported. The pickup was destroyed in the blaze. State and …

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Crouch Heads To Mexico

Indiana’s Lt. Governor, Suzanne Crouch will be part of a delegation of agriculture and tourism leaders heading to Mexico to develop economic partnerships and strengthen agricultural ties. Crouch is leading the trip in collaboration with the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, the Indiana Office of Tourism Development and the Indiana …

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May Twisters Present Census Problems

Tornadoes that destroyed and damaged hundreds of homes in western Ohio are complicating population counts for next year’s Census. The count activities start at the end of January and Census experts worry about how the Dayton area will fare since the region is still cleaning up from Memorial Day tornadoes. …

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House Fire Put Out In Delta

A house in Delta is destroyed in a fire on U.S. 20A. Fire crews from Wauseon, Lyons, and Liberty Center helped knock down the blaze after about two hours. One adult and two children were home at the time but they got out, okay. Several family pets perished in the …

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Ledesma Sentenced

Michael Ledesma of Archbold is sentenced in a Fulton County courtroom. Ledesma previously pled guilty he solicited a child by means of telecommunications device to engage in sexual activity. Judge, Jeffrey Robinson sentenced Ledesma to over 5 years in prison. He was found to be a Tier I sex offender, …

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OH Abortion Law Halted

A federal judge temporarily blocks an Ohio law, banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, siding with abortion clinics that had argued the law would effectively end the procedure in the state. The ruling halts the July 11 enforcement of the so-called heartbeat bill. Ohio is among a dozen …

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DUI Busts In OH

Ohio troopers continue to focus on impaired driving enforcement. In 2019, troopers have made more than 10,000 arrests, resulting in 22 fewer fatal DUI crashes. In 2018, there were 13,364 DUI related accidents on Ohio roadways, killing 402 people and injuring 7,811 others. During that same period, troopers removed more …

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Homes Hit In Crash

Two Bryan homes get crashed into. Officials tell reporters a woman and juvenile were traveling south on Ohio 15…that’s when the vehicle veered off the road and into the front of the two residences on S. Main St. Both vehicle occupants were taken to an area hospital for treatment. Both …

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Burke Faces New Charges

Randy Burke, the former Napoleon Area City Schools teacher and coach, already facing 10 counts of sexual imposition, is indicted by a Henry County grand jury on two new charges. Officials say they are in connection to another alleged victim not previously involved in the case. Burke is accused of …

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