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  Nursing home found liable in 82-year-old’s choking death sues family over unpaid fees

A jury awarded $1 million to the 82-year-old’s family after finding a nurse at the facility forgot to put in the man’s dentures and fed him a sandwich, leading him to choke on the food.

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  Local leaders support newly introduced state Senate bill on school bus safety

  Swanton woman is warning people to be careful of coyotes, protect their dogs

  Lucas Co. Health Department helps parents recognize signs of drug use

  A tin goose wants to fly again in Ottawa County

  Preps begin for “Biggest Week In American Birding” at Magee Marsh

Ninety thousand visitors are expected this year along the Lake Erie shore to see migratory warblers as they rest before making the trek across the lake.
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Charles Manson follower Van Houten gets another shot at release

Van Houten's case is being heard before California's 2nd District Court of Appeal, which will consider whether to overturn a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge's ruling denying parole for Van Houten last year.

Mercy Health providing full care for young kid with rare condition

  UPDATE: Sinkhole in central Toledo will be costly to fix

  11 Investigates: Sunny Farms Landfill takes more steps to subdue foul stench

  11 Investigates: Seneca County residents complain of medical problems, broken landfill promises

Joe Biden to announce 2020 bid on Thursday

WTOL under consideration for National Edward R. Murrow Award

SeaWorld publishes decades of orca data to help wild whales

Travis Tritt and Charlie Daniels Band pulling into Huntington Center as ‘Outlaws & Renegades Tour’

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Advocate against drunken driving, who was severely burned in 1999 crash, dies of cancer

In 1999, 20-year-old Jacqui Saburido suffered third-degree burns over 60 percent of her body in a car crash caused by a drunken driver. She later became an advocate against drunken driving.

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Cleveland Indians P Mike Clevinger attends prom for students battling cancer

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President Trump to pay state visit to Britain in June

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First Alert Forecast: Mostly cloudy, cool breeze returns

Saudi Arabia beheads 37 prisoners for terrorism crimes

Audit says TPS superintendent improperly spent school dollars

TPS says the items in question ranged from purchasing food for students involved with YMOE and YWOE, supporting a local nonprofit organization through the purchase of a bike and incidental travel items.
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US expands probe into air bag failures to 12.3 million vehicles

Vehicles made by Toyota, Honda, Kia, Hyundai, Mitsubishi and Fiat Chrysler from the 2010 through 2019 model years are included in the probe, which was revealed Tuesday in documents posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Law firm to release names of Boy Scout leaders accused of sexual abuse

Cleveland Indians P Mike Clevinger attends prom for students battling cancer

US expands probe into air bag failures to 12.3M vehicles

Sen. Walsh apologizes for comment about nurses on Washington Senate floor