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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 15, 2012

NEW LOCAL NEWS

1. HOSTESS STRIKE

Hostess workers are still on strike despite a 5pm deadline to either end the walkout or the company would liquidate its assets. The strike includes more than 100 workers at the Northwood Wonder Bread plant. The company says the union refused to negotiate and Hostess Brands says it will decide tomorrow whether to move forward with plans to liquidate.

2. FOSTORIA BOY HIT

Authorities say a 9-year-old Fostoria boy was hit by a pickup truck after running into its path. State troopers say the boy ran into Columbus Avenue from behind a building and was hit by a truck driven by 74-year-old George Tucker. The boy was air lifted to Toledo Hospital. The truck's driver was not hurt but state troopers suspect alcohol may have been a factor in the crash.

3. WOOD COUNTY SHERIFF

Wood County sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn has been elected to serve as treasurer for the Buckeye State Sheriff's Association. He'll serve for the 2013 year.

NEW STATE NEWS

4. HS COACH CHARGED

(AP) - An Ohio high school coach charged with videotaping nude boys in the locker room is being held on $2 million bond after his arraignment. Forty-six-year-old Scott Studer was arraigned today in Massillon Municipal Court. He was ordered to stay away from boys. The freshman basketball coach at Jackson High School was arrested yesterday on six felony counts.

5. TEENAGER RAPES 90-YEAR-OLD

(AP) - A 14-year-old boy in Ohio who admitted raping a 90-year-old woman will spend at least six years in a youth prison. A judge in Lima says the crime almost left him speechless while sentencing the boy this week. Prosecutors say the boy was 13 in August 2011 when he forced his way into the woman's home, demanded money and then raped her.

NEW NATIONAL NEWS

6. TRAIN HITS FLOAT

(AP) - The Union Pacific Railroad says a train sounded its horn before it hit a float carrying people to an event honoring wounded veterans in Midland, Tex. A spokesman also says the crossing gate and lights were working. Four people died and 17 were injured, 10 critically.

7. HEALTHCARE EXTENSION

(AP) - The Obama administration is giving states a month's extension to decide what role, if any, they'll play in carrying out the new health care law. The deadline, which had been set for tomorrow, is now Dec. 14. The Associated Press checked with governors and state officials around the country and found 16 states still undecided.

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