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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Nationwide, more than 17,000 flights have been canceled, and 40,000 have been delayed as a result of the arctic blast of weather – and Toledo is no exception.

At 6 p.m. Tuesday, Alexa Lawrence was given the go-ahead to board flight 2801 from Toledo to St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL. The Toledo Port Authority says the flight was canceled Sunday due to the weather, and again Monday.

Lawrence, a high school student, was trying to get back to Sarasota after her grandfather's funeral.

"Yesterday we waited here for like four hours because they kept delaying it every hour that came," Lawrence said. "Everybody was getting really frustrated."

An alternate aircraft from Minnesota was flown in to take the passengers out. They were given cash vouchers and the price of their flight was refunded.

The Port Authority says despite the weather, the airport is ready for departures and arrivals.

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    Wednesday, June 20 2018 7:26 PM EDT2018-06-20 23:26:50 GMT
    (Source: WTOL)(Source: WTOL)
    (Source: WTOL)(Source: WTOL)

    The City of Toledo is apologizing to a man after they billed him for cutting grass on public property near his home.  Anthony Davis and his wife have lived in their home in south Toledo since 1995. The grass in the cul-de-sac outside their home is often overgrown. Davis normally does not mind cutting it himself.  "Just so that we don't look like we're living in some type of jungle or something," Davis said. However, recently the grass grew up to his knees. He...

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    The City of Toledo is apologizing to a man after they billed him for cutting grass on public property near his home.  Anthony Davis and his wife have lived in their home in south Toledo since 1995. The grass in the cul-de-sac outside their home is often overgrown. Davis normally does not mind cutting it himself.  "Just so that we don't look like we're living in some type of jungle or something," Davis said. However, recently the grass grew up to his knees. He...

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