* Chase leads to multiple charges (Mike Fornes, Cheboygan Daily Tribune)
complaint called in Wednesday as a gasoline drive-off from a service station in Emmet Countys McKinley Township turned out to be much more than that.
* ECB dithers as eurozone dives (Ian Campbell, The Daily Telegraph)
Economists had predicted it might cut euro rates by 50 basis points, and could go further given the collapse in eurozone economic output. They even tipped the ECB to unveil some quantitative easing policies, with the bank buying corporate bonds to bolster the money supply.
* Price increases pick up speed (Chris Isidore, Money)
(CNNMoney.com) — Prices paid by consumers rose as a faster pace in February, as higher gas prices in the month fed into the highest inflation reading since July, the government said Wednesday.
* Singer, district study savings (Ann Marie Bush, Topeka Capital-Journal)
plan to reorganize administrative staff developed by Topeka Unified School District 501 superintendent Kevin Singer will save the district about $700,000.