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Coyne Case Update

James Coyne is placed on community control in a Paulding County courtroom on three felony wildlife violations and more. Four years of control, in all, in the sentencing. Coyne is also ordered to make a $43 hundred dollar restitution to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Officials confirm three guns, …

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Crash In DKC

In DeKalb County…a woman is in the hospital…after getting rear ended. Angel Loy, 39, of Grabill, tells officers she was at a stop sign…at the C.R. 17, U.S. 6 intersection…but the other vehicle couldn’t stop…bad brakes. Loy is in fair condition after experiencing head, neck and knee pain. State and …

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Another Wreck In DKC

A 58-year-old woman is taken to an area hospital…after pulling in front of a vehicle while making a left turn…at C.R. 72 and Tonkel Road, in DeKalb County. Rebecca Minster, 58, of Auburn, is in fair condition with head, neck and chest pain. No word on any citations at this …

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Injury Accident In SC

An Angola woman is taken by helicopter to a Fort Wayne hospital…after the pickup she is in…is hit by a semi in Steuben County…on CR 600 West, at U.S. 20. Officials say the big rig was headed north on 600. That’s when it fails to stop at the intersection…the impact …

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Cordray Tapped For Post At Ed.

A former federal consumer watchdog and Democratic nominee for Ohio governor has landed his next job. The U.S. Department of Education announces Richard Cordray has been selected as its chief operating officer of federal student aid. Cordray stepped down from his watchdog role to run for governor in 2018, a …

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Trending In The Right Direction

week and a half ago, we reported Williams County had the second highest rate of COVID-19 cases in the state. Now…the county ranks 27th out of Ohio’s 88 counties. Several other northern Ohio counties are still seeing high case rates, though, with Lucas County having the most with a rate …

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NSCC Students Get Financial Help

The Northwest State Community College Foundation awards $843,000 in scholarships to 278 students from the region. The amount awarded shatters last year’s record totals. Due to COVID-19, the scholarship awards reception was held as a pre-recorded, virtual reception. Elements of the video were filmed at the NSCC Archbold campus, as …

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Road Work On The 69

Transportation officials say…construction is set to begin, in both the northbound and southbound lanes of I-69…from U.S. 20, to the Indiana Michigan State Line. During the project there will be alternating lane closures in each direction. Work is scheduled to start on or after May 10 and is expected to …

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New Cell Phone Legislation In Debate

Holding a cell phone, or other electronic device while driving in Ohio…would be illegal, under legislation introduced Monday…that takes aim at distracted driving…by targeting not just texting but scrolling through social media and other hands-on phone uses. Having an electronic device in your hand while behind the wheel would also …

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Warman Faces Charges

Authorities arrest a Toledo woman…in connection to a fatal drug overdose. Ashely Kutzly, 23, of Toledo, died on Jan. 24…a fentanyl overdose. Tiffany Warman is now charged with first-degree felony involuntary manslaughter. She was taken to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio where she remains in custody. Warman’s pretrial hearing …

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