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7/13/15 – 5:27 A.M.

The continuing threat of rain has moved a high-profile event in Findlay indoors. The Team USA softball clinics had been set to take place at the Marathon Diamonds at the Cube. However, organizers say wet conditions have moved the sessions to the Koehler Center at the University of Findlay.

The double header for the national team is still scheduled for tomorrow at the Marathon Diamonds.

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7/13/15 – 5:21 A.M.

Gas prices jumped over the weekend, and as a result we’re paying more at the pump as we head back to work today. Ohiogasprices.com reports a gallon of regular in Findlay costs around $2.79 a gallon today. That’s an 18 cent increase since last Monday, and is 24 cents higher than last week’s low of $2.55 a gallon.

Ottawa drivers are paying $2.74 a gallon, up nine cents from a week ago.

Around Ohio, the average price is $2.75 a gallon. That up five cents from last Monday.

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7/13/15 – 5:14 A.M.

You can expect to see plenty of orange barrels around Hancock County this week. ODOT reports State Route 15 from Findlay to State Route 37 will be restricted to one lane in each direction as a resurfacing project continues. That will take place for the rest of the summer.

State Route 37 between Route 15 and the Hardin County line will also see restrictions this week for a chip seal project.

You will also want to watch out for single-lane closures on State Route 103 west of Mount Blanchard to the Wyandot County line. a chip seal project will lead to some restrictions through the week.

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7/13/15 – 5:04 A.M.

A two-car crash injured two people in Findlay over the weekend.  The Findlay Police Department reports the crash happened in the 900 block of Tiffin Avenue around 4:15 p.m. Saturday.

58-year-old Anne Laureano of Findlay was stopped at a red light when she was hit from behind by 51-year-old Ginger Liep.  Both drivers suffered minor injuries and were taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital for treatment.

Liep was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.

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7/13/15 – 4:50 A.M.

A Findlay woman was injured in a grease fire over the weekend. The Findlay Fire Department reports firefighters were called to 249 Rector Avenue around 11:40 a.m. Saturday.

The fire was contained to a pan on the stove in the home. A woman in the home was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital for treatment of her injuries. Her name was not released.

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Friends And Family Members Remember Jeremy Linhart

712/15 – 11:30 P.M.

Friends and family members came together Sunday night to remember a Findlay man killed by a police officer last month. A vigil was held for Jeremy Linhart on Western Avenue. Tonya Julien was a high school friend of Jeremy’s and said people should know Linhart was more than a police record…

Audio: Tonya Julien

Those we spoke to didn’t talk about the events surrounding Linhart’s death. Instead, they hoped the event would inspire change…

Audio: Tonya Julien

Tonya Julien was a high school friend of Linhart’s. Family members opted not to speak with us because of the ongoing investigation into their son’s death.

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation has not completed their investigation into the shooting.

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7/10/15 – 7:21 A.M.

Two teenage boys were injured in a vacant Kenton home Wednesday. Kentontoday.com reports police officers were called to the Walnut Street home after someone saw several juveniles enter the house. When officers arrived four boys tried to flee on foot. Two of them were injured when they fell through the floor of the house.

The teens are suspected of using drugs inside the home. The case remains under investigation.

MORE: KentonToday

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7/10/15 – 7:15 A.M.

A Fostoria man has admitted to vandalizing a church. The Review-Times reports 40-year-old Larry Mullins Jr. pleaded guilty to breaking and entering and vandalism charges. His trial was set to begin Wednesday.

Mullins caused more than $1,000 worth of damage to the Fostoria Church of God in January.

He faces up to two years in jail when he is sentenced.

MORE: Review-Times

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7/10/15 – 6:46 A.M.

A Findlay man suffered minor injuries in a two-car crash Thursday afternoon. The Findlay Police Department says the accident happened on Midland Avenue just after 5 p.m.

76-year-old George Folk was driving south on North Blanchard Street when he tried to turn left onto Midland, pulling into the path of a pickup truck driven by 54-year-old Tim Wolgumuth of Findlay. The impact of the crash sent Wolgumuth’s truck into the side of a house at 500 Midland Avenue. Folk was taken to Blanchard Valley Hospital for treatment of his injuries.

The home hit by the truck sustained minor damage. Folk was cited for failure to yield for a left turn.

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