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  • Official: Air Algerie flight 'probably crashed'

    Official: Air Algerie flight 'probably crashed'

    Thursday, July 24 2014 11:18 AM EDT2014-07-24 15:18:12 GMT
    ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) - An Air Algerie flight carrying 116 people from Burkina Faso to Algeria's capital disappeared from radar early Thursday over northern Mali, officials said. France's foreign minister said no wreckage had been found, but that the plane "probably crashed."
    ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) - An Air Algerie flight carrying 116 people from Burkina Faso to Algeria's capital disappeared from radar early Thursday over northern Mali, officials said. France's foreign minister said no wreckage had been found, but that the plane "probably crashed."
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    Collingwood deadly shooting

    Collingwood deadly shooting

    Thursday, July 24 2014 5:14 AM EDT2014-07-24 09:14:48 GMT
    Toledo police confirm a man was shot and killed around 3:00 AM on the 2900 hundred block of Collingwood near Nottingham Terrace, just south of Central. At this point, investigators are releasing very little info, but do confirm that neighbors called police after hearing gunshots. Police blocked off Collingwood in both directions .Detectives say there are no suspects. Stay with 13abc for the latest developments throughout the day.
    Toledo police confirm a man was shot and killed around 3:00 AM on the 2900 hundred block of Collingwood near Nottingham Terrace, just south of Central. At this point, investigators are releasing very little info, but do confirm that neighbors called police after hearing gunshots. Police blocked off Collingwood in both directions .Detectives say there are no suspects. Stay with 13abc for the latest developments throughout the day.
  • Nov. levy for Springfield schools a "back up plan"

    Nov. levy for Springfield schools a "back up plan"

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 9:56 PM EDT2014-07-24 01:56:46 GMT
    Springfield Local Schools are moving forward to put a levy on the November ballot, but school leaders say it's only as a back up.Voters will see a 7.9 mill levy on the August 5th ballot. If it's shot down, board members want to put it on the November ballot and in order to do that, they have to file the paperwork before the August results are known. Wednesday, board members unanimously approved putting a levy, with the same millage, on in November.Sherri Koback, the board president says the l...
    Springfield Local Schools are moving forward to put a levy on the November ballot, but school leaders say it's only as a back up.Voters will see a 7.9 mill levy on the August 5th ballot. If it's shot down, board members want to put it on the November ballot and in order to do that, they have to file the paperwork before the August results are known. Wednesday, board members unanimously approved putting a levy, with the same millage, on in November.Sherri Koback, the board president says the l...

EVENING NEWS HEADLINES - FEBRUARY 27, 2013

YMCA BREAK-IN

Oregon police want your help to find the suspect who broke into the YMCA. It happened at the Eastern Community YMCA on Pickle Road this morning. Investigators say a man walked inside, then broke into an ATM and a desk. Police aren't saying how much money he took. Officers are reviewing surveillance video to identify the suspect.

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OFFICER KILLS DOG

Sandusky police are defending the use of deadly force after an officer shot and killed a dog. Dash cam captured the entire incident last week. Officers were called out for reports of a vicious dog in the area. The video shows the events leading up to the shooting. The police chief says the department reviews cases like this one. Officers cited the dog's owner because the animal was loose and had no license.

CONCEALED CARRY

More Ohioans are getting licensed to carry concealed weapons. A new report from the Ohio Attorney General shows the state issued more than 78,000 permits last year. That's the highest number since licenses were first issued back in 2004.

SOLEMN ANNIVERSARY

(AP) - Chardon High School students solemnly walked through their community to remember three classmates killed in a school shooting rampage one year ago. Onlookers applauded the marchers and firefighters hung a large American flag from an aerial ladder. The march ended at the courthouse where 18-year-old shooter T.J. Lane pleaded guilty to all charges yesterday.

TURNPIKE PROPOSAL

(AP) - An Ohio House panel has signed off on Republican Governor John Kasich's proposal to raise around $1.5 billion for state highway projects through Ohio Turnpike bonds. In an 18-13 vote today, the House Finance Committee approved the bill. A floor vote could come as soon as tomorrow.

OSU TICKETS

(AP) - Ohio State University says it will issue tickets for six guests instead of four to graduates in the May commencement ceremony featuring President Barack Obama. According to The Columbus Dispatch, officials say more people can be accommodated because maintenance work at the stadium has been postponed.

VOTING RIGHTS

(AP) - The Supreme Court is considering a case that weighs the nation's enormous progress in civil rights against the need to continue to protect minority voters. The justices heard arguments today in a challenge to the part of the Voting Rights Act that forces places with a history of discrimination to get approval before they make a change in the way elections are held.

AARON'S SPYWARE?

(AP) - The furniture rental firm Aaron's is disputing claims in court documents that spyware installed on rented computers secretly sent more than 185,000 emails back to the company. A class-action lawsuit claims some of the e-mails captured webcam images of naked children and people having sex. The company says that certain independent franchisees used the spyware, not stores operated by Aaron's.

JAMES BROWN ESTATE

(AP) - The South Carolina Supreme Court has overturned a settlement divvying up the multimillion-dollar estate of James Brown. The court says former Attorney General Henry McMcaster didn't follow the late soul singer's wishes in putting together the deal. The court ruled that Brown wanted most of his money to help needy students.

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