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Nader Accuses Toyota of ‘Unseemly Coverup' in Vehicle Recalls

©2010 Bloomberg News
By Angela Greiling Keane
Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Toyota Motor Corp. is guilty of an “unseemly coverup” in dealing with reports of dangerous sudden acceleration by some of its vehicles, consumer advocate Ralph Nader said.

TPS is considering a 6.99 mil levy (they wanted 7 but thought they can fool you into thinking it is less). Will you vote for it?

Latta opposes raising debt limit again

WASHINGTON- Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) made the following statement after voting against H. J. Res. 45, a bill that would increase the United States’ national debt limit to $14.29 trillion dollars. Congressman Latta also voted against a national debt limit hike on December 16, 2009, less than two months ago.

American Red Cross Rolls Out the Red Carpet

OSCAR Night will take place on Sunday, March 7 from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. This is the seventh year for the event, which consistently attracts close to 500 attendees.

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"NEWS ALERT":Toyota Now Blames Software Problem

In the wake of deaths and sharp criticism, Toyota changes course.
03:15 | 02/04/2010 Video

Check into cash to have license revoked

Columbus Dispatch has the latest:
Commerce notified three payday lenders -- Check into Cash in Toledo, Quik Cash in Cleveland and 1st Choice Financial in Washington Court House -- that the state intends to revoke their lending licenses.

Cross profiled by SI columnist

Gene Cross has an uphill battle in his second season at Toledo

Will you pay the new entertainment fee

Gladly, Toledo needs the money
29% (12 votes)
No, I will travel outside of Toledo so I don't have to pay the fee
71% (

Skeldon addresses local union crowd

Skeldon addresses local union crowd

Tom Skeldon addressed local mail carriers at their monthly meeting tonight.

Toyota Recall: New Questions About What the Motor Company Knew and When

Congressman Says Toyota Telling Different Stories in Public and Private