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Like the ballplayers, the coots generally arrive here just in time for spring, then head to warmer climes for winter. [Read More]
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Toledo celebrated its champions on Saturday with a parade and rally to honor the state champion Rogers High School girls basketball team. [Read More]
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Instead of the "when are you going to win the Kentucky Derby?" question, trainer Dale Romans is fielding the "Rick Pitino question" in advance of... [Read More]
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A group in Elizabethtown is on a mission to make parks accessible to everyone by building a bridge to nature. [Read More]
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From raging fires to local disasters, a Jeffersonville firefighter has spent nearly 20 years protecting the community from dangers. [Read More]
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The park's gates opened at 9 a.m., but some families gathered extra early. [Read More]
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Members of our nation's military gather on the river bank for Thunder Over Louisville and for many, it means flying home. As hundreds of thousands... [Read More]
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She was pronounced dead at the scene, according to officials. [Read More]
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The Kentucky Department of Education announced Friday that Lewis will meet with key JCPS staff and members of the Jefferson County Board of Education as... [Read More]
During an investigation, officers searched his house and found packages of the stolen food in his refrigerator. [Read More]
As fans pored over the new exhibits inside the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum last weekend for this year's induction class, Rock... [Read More]
It was 2010, and Cleveland Cavaliers superstar Lebron James had just announced he was leaving to play for the Miami Heat. [Read More]
No one would be executed under a Gov. William M. O'Neill. [Read More]
Months before he entered the race, Richard Cordray was seen as the man to beat among Democrats running for governor. [Read More]
The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, according to officials. [Read More]
Not enough time in a day to see everything Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum has to offer. [Read More]
Bowling Green State University hosts its Literacy in the Park program Saturday featuring a popular children's author. [Read More]
Lucas County's treasurer and auditor are joining a panel discussion Saturday on financial matters. [Read More]
The Toledo and Northwest Ohio Cornucopia is hosting an assistance and resource fair Sunday in honor of "Good Deeds Day. [Read More]
Area police will join children and adults with developmental disabilities Sunday for "Bowlympics," to raise funds for the Lucas County Special Olympics. [Read More]
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