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15 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Loose pot-bellied pig can't escape long arm of law

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A runaway pot-bellied pig named Bacon turned out to be no match for an Ohio police officer armed with a blueberry breakfast bar. Okos tells The Blade newspaper (http://bit.ly/1vskAax ) in Toledo that Bacon ate the bait while he tossed the blanket over the pig to calm him down and keep him from biting.

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SEP 29, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Auto parts maker to pay fine in price-fixing case

The federal government says Toyoda Gosei Co. Ltd. was charged in U.S. District Court in Toledo on Monday with two counts of price fixing regarding sales of automotive hoses, air bags and steering wheels to Toyota Motor Corp. and to Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., which makes Subarus.

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SEP 28, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Toledo mayor meets with Great Lakes-area leaders

Collins told the group that the federal government needs to take charge of dealing with the threats to clean drinking water.

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SEP 17, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Great Lakes mayors to meet in Chicago

CHICAGO (AP) — Mayors from municipalities around the Great Lakes are to meet in Chicago next week, officials said Wednesday, about a month after Lake Erie algae contaminated water in Ohio. The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel will host the summit of Great Lakes mayors on Tuesday. Toxins left behind by Lake Erie ...

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SEP 13, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Toledo may use conservation to fight water toxins

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Consumers in Ohio's fourth-largest city may be asked to voluntarily conserve water next year to limit demand and help reduce contamination from toxins left by Lake Erie algae. The Blade newspaper (http://bit.ly/1lTkKrg ) reports the water treatment commissioner talked about the planned conservation request during a panel discussion this week.

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