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Lauren Lindstrom
health reporter and proud member. grad. Fan of public records, strong coffee and the Green Bay Packers.
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 20
One of my favorites in the museum. Reminds me only a little bit of hectic days in the newsroom 😉
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 19
I’m also Team Bubbler so does that even things out?
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 19
Except for eastern Wisconsin, which is why this *very Midwestern* girl says soda.
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 19
Hi Jason! Your wife was also my teacher on 9/11 and I remember feeling comforted and safe despite all the confusion. Please give her my best from Toledo. I’m a writer due in no small part to her encouragement. 💕
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Rob Rogers Apr 18
Congratulations to my former colleagues at the PG for recognition of their amazing coverage of the Tree of Life tragedy! You all deserve it. How 'bout that raise, Toledo?
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 17
A medical marijuana dispensary opened in Fremont this morning, the second in northwest Ohio. One thing that came up several times talking to patients: They are excited to have a pain management option that's not opioids.
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 17
Replying to @lelindstrom
Experts we spoke to described a variety of ways the internet can be honed for extremism, whether it's white nationalism/mass shooter adoration, or ISIS, like the case of another northwest Ohio man arrested in an unconnected plot.
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 17
Replying to @lelindstrom
The FBI searched the apartment she shared with her boyfriend while the pair traveled to Columbine HS and posted photos. Campus security questioned them. Our reporting found similar online fan communities dedicated to the Columbine and other mass shooters.
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 17
As the 20-year anniversary of Columbine approaches this week, its legacy of trauma (& reverence) continues. Toledo woman Elizabeth Lecron was arrested in Dec. for plotting an attack on a local bar. Officials say she glorified mass shooters like Dylann Roof and Columbine killers.
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The Blade Apr 17
A company spokesman did not immediately identify the number of employees affected.
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Alex Mester Apr 16
Sylvania, meet DORA. council last night unanimously approved a designated outdoor refreshment district downtown, and it starts May 1:
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 16
If you, like most of us, didn't run the yesterday, hear from three Toledo-area women who did and lived to tell the tale. Great story from :
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Dennis Roddy Apr 15
A reminder: the staff of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that just won a Pulitzer for their coverage of the Tree of Life murders has been without a contract for two years, even as their owners violate the existing contract. Time to reward greatness with fairness.
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 15
So very proud of my brothers and sisters and the whole team for phenomenal work under the most heartbreaking circumstances.
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Shiv Malik Apr 15
Notre Dame, Paris, is on fire and it feels like the end of the world.
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 14
👋🏻 friends...
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 14
This tranquil scene of today’s front page did not, in fact, happen, as we hustled to get ready for a beautiful Sunday morning wedding. But I’m coming back for you, .
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The Blade Apr 12
Yesterday, Gov. DeWine signed the 'Heartbeat Bill.' breaks down what this means for Ohio residents:
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 11
Replying to @lelindstrom
Several states recently enacted similar laws. Ohio's doesn't have exception for rape/incest and makes it a 5th deg. felony for doctors who don't test fetal heartbeat or proceed w/ abortion after detecting one, punishable up to 1 yr in jail/$2k fine +possible $20k additional fine.
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Lauren Lindstrom Apr 11
Replying to @ohiolife
Meanwhile, is praising the governor for signing the bill:
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