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GOP Wins Health Battle Over Governor

GOP lawmakers make good on their promise to check the authority of Gov., DeWine…by issuing the first override of his term, after a yearlong battle over how the state should respond during a health emergency. The Republican-controlled House and Senate voted after short debates in each chamber to reject DeWine’s …

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IN Goes Maskless Soon

Indiana’s governor announces he will lift the statewide mask mandate and remaining COVID-19 business restrictions…in two weeks. Gov., Holcomb said in a speech from his Statehouse office that the state’s steep declines in coronavirus hospitalization and death rates…along with the growing number of people fully vaccinated…justify the steps, starting April …

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Williams Trail Update

A Bryan woman gets eight to 12 years behind bars after using a Molotov cocktail to burn down a mobile home in Bryan. We reported Hope Williams was accused of purposely setting fire to the place on S. Union St., when a man was sleeping inside, on the morning of …

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Amos Enters Plea

Joshua Amos…the Montpelier man, accused of his role…following a drug deal that left another man dead…pleads guilty to lesser charges. A grand jury indictment filed in December 2018 alleges that he sold heroin and fentanyl, causing the death of a 26-year-old. Charges of trafficking in heroin and more are dropped, …

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Delgado Gets 15

In Henry County…an Archbold man is sentenced to 15 years in prison for child sexual abuse. Louie Delgado was accused of rape and more. He is now classified as a tier III sexual offender, requiring lifetime registration of his address. Prosecutors say Delgado had sex with two girls, between the …

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CCNO Suit Dropped

CCNO is dropping its lawsuit against the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. Dennis Sullivan, executive director of the jail facility, filed suit against the state agency in Ohio’s Supreme Court in December, to block the rule, requiring county jails from quarantining their post-sentence inmates for 14 days prior to …

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Barn Fire Near Bryan

Fire destroys one barn and heavily damages another, northeast of Bryan, along County Road F. Crews from Brady Township and Montpelier…with tanker support from Stryker…assisted the Bryan fire team in the firefighting operation. The blaze also destroyed an employee’s vehicle, a pickup truck, a stake truck and a log grinder. …

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Injury Crash On 127

Two people are hurt after a crash on Highway 127…at County Road 15D…just outside the Bona Vesta subdivision. The accident, between a sedan and an SUV, ends with one of the cars resting on its roof. Both drivers are taken to area hospitals. A witness told officers one of the …

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Victim Stable After DKC Shooting

A shooting in DeKalb County. Officials tell reports a white male entered an apartment at the Castle Court Apartment Complex in Auburn…shooting a 16-year-old female. The victim remains hospitalized in stable condition. Auburn Police is asking anyone…who has a home or business video system…to please review it for the date …

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Car Dredged Up In NH

A vehicle is found in the Maumee River in New Haven…in the area of Portola Avenue and South River Road. It’s not clear how the Hyundai Santa Fe ended up in the river…or who it belongs to. A DNR spokesperson tells the press the vehicle had not been reported stolen, …

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