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  • Major construction project could tie up traffic

    Major construction project could tie up traffic

    Monday, September 1 2014 6:20 PM EDT2014-09-01 22:20:52 GMT
     A major construction project is about to start along State Route 420 in Wood County and that could mean delays for drivers, but ODOT hopes it will eventually clear up congestion.
     A major construction project is about to start along State Route 420 in Wood County and that could mean delays for drivers, but ODOT hopes it will eventually clear up congestion.
  • Early Head Start aims to offer services for whole family

    Early Head Start aims to offer services for whole family

    Monday, September 1 2014 5:44 PM EDT2014-09-01 21:44:51 GMT
    Students in Toledo's Head Start program are headed back to school soon. For the first time the program is being run by Toledo Public Schools.
    Students in Toledo's Head Start program are headed back to school soon. For the first time the program is being run by Toledo Public Schools.
  • Fallen Sandusky officer memorialized

    Fallen Sandusky officer memorialized

    Monday, September 1 2014 10:17 PM EDT2014-09-02 02:17:48 GMT
    Memories of officer Andy Dunn are still fresh in the minds of his fellow Sandusky police officers."He was a fun loving guy," Sandusky police chief, John Orzech said.Now, three and a half years after his death, Dunn has an honor chair inside of the department. His name, the department badge and the date he was shot and killed in the line of duty are engraved into the wood."We feel blessed to have this chair in our roll call room to keep Andy's memory alive," Chief Orzech said. Tributes to thei...
    Memories of officer Andy Dunn are still fresh in the minds of his fellow Sandusky police officers."He was a fun loving guy," Sandusky police chief, John Orzech said.Now, three and a half years after his death, Dunn has an honor chair inside of the department. His name, the department badge and the date he was shot and killed in the line of duty are engraved into the wood."We feel blessed to have this chair in our roll call room to keep Andy's memory alive," Chief Orzech said. Tributes to thei...

EVENING NEWS HEADLINES - NOVEMBER 8, 2012

NEW LOCAL NEWS

1. "SUSPICIOUS FIRE"

Investigators are calling a fire at a home in Toledo suspicious. It happened in the 600 block of Belmont earlier tonight. Firefighters say the home was unoccupied but when they got on the scene, they found heavy smoke and fire coming from the front of the building. The got the blaze knocked down but say their efforts were hampered by holes in the floor. No word on the cause but an arson investigator was called to the scene.

2. SCRAP YARD RAIDED

Federal agents raided a local scrap yard in Delta and 13abc was first to tell you about it at noon. The scrap yard is on Airport Highway in Fulton County. Some 20 IRS agents spent hours searching Ohio Scrap. The federal agency's criminal investigation unit looks into income tax fraud, money laundering and currency violations, though agents aren't releasing the reason for the raid. Employees say federal agents came in this morning and started questioning workers.

NEW STATE NEWS

3. HEALTH CARE LAW

(AP) - Ohio officials are grappling with how to approach the federal health care law now that the presidential election is behind them. State health officials said Thursday they are preparing to notify Washington if they'll be setting up a new health insurance market, called an exchange. States face a deadline a week from today to submit their plans.

4. OHIO JUSTICE REMEMBERED

(AP) - The first black justice to serve on the state Supreme Court will be remembered tomorrow at a memorial service on the campus of his alma mater, Ohio State University. Justice Robert Duncan died last week at age 85.

NEW NATIONAL NEWS

5. PRESIDENT CALLS ON CONGRESS

(AP) - President Barack Obama will call on Congress tomorrow to take the actions needed to prevent the so-called fiscal cliff from happening on January 1st. An independent analysis concludes that a prolonged delay by lawmakers to avert higher taxes for most Americans and deep program cuts could trigger a recession and a spike in unemployment.

6. HOLIDAY SHIPPING

(AP) - The U.S. Postal Service says the holiday mail crush is coming soon, and has announced what you need to know about this year's key dates. One big date to remember is December 17, expected to be the busiest mailing day of the year for holiday cards and packages. For procrastinators, December 22 is the last day to send Express Mail to make sure it gets delivered on Christmas Day.

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