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Crash In DKC

An extension ladder is to blame for a crash involving a large truck that shut down a stretch of I 69 in DeKalb County. State troopers responded to the rollover accident blocking northbound traffic on I-69 near the 326 mile marker, just north of the County Road 11A exit, in …

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Two Injured In Wreck

Two people are badly hurt in an Amboy Township, at the intersection of State Route 64 and County Road T. Officials say Patricia Schudel, 74, of Metamora, was driving west on County Road T and failed to stop at a stop sign. Her vehicle hit an oncoming pickup truck, driven …

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McKillips In Court

An Ohio man…who federal officials say is a member of the far-right anti-government group the “boogaloo boys” pleads not guilty to charges that he threatened law enforcement and unlawfully possessed a machine gun. Aron McKillips, 29, of Sandusky, entered his plea during a court hearing in Toledo. The charges he …

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Abortion Debate Continues

Ohio’s attorney general has asked the Ohio Supreme Court to weigh in on the future of the state’s near-ban on abortions, despite arguing less than six months ago that the same court lacked jurisdiction to determine the paused law’s constitutionality. Attorney General, Dave Yost appealed for the high court’s intervention. …

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Three Die In House Fire

In Fremont…a mother and three children have die in a house fire, early Saturday. Crews were dispatched to East Toledo Street. Flames and smoke engulfed the place as the fire teams deployed at the scene. All four victims were taken to Cameron Hospital in Angola…the three children were pronounced dead …

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Crash On 15

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a two-vehicle crash Friday in Washington Township at the intersection of Mulligan’s Bluff Road and state Route 15. Officials say…22-year-old Nicholas Jacob was northbound on Mulligan’s Bluff Road. They say Jacob failed to stop at the state Route 15 interchange. That’s when 38-year-old …

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OHGOP Has Issues

A conservative state lawmaker who lost to a fellow Republican in last week’s vote to determine who will lead the Ohio House as speaker says he has the support of most of the members of his party in the chamber. The fractures among Republicans raise questions about how the House …

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Sentencing Rules In Chambers

Ohio prison officials shouldn’t be able to extend certain inmates’ time behind bars because the law that enabled that is unconstitutional, attorneys for two imprisoned men argued Wednesday before the state Supreme Court. At issue is part of a 2019 law that lets Ohio’s Department of Rehabilitation and Correction argue …

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Work On The Way

The Williams County Board of Elections gets the OK to begin renovations to create a new, smaller secure office within their current board office in the East Annex. Officials say…with the number and seriousness of the security directives coming from the Ohio Secretary of State’s office…which oversees the state’s elections…they …

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New Energy Project

Construction is beginning on the Arche Solar project in western Fulton County. The project is expected to create about 200 jobs across the supply chain during construction and provide over $30 million dollars in revenue to several public entities over the life of the project, the company said in a …

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