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Michigan environmental officials say Flint's water system no longer has levels of lead exceeding the federal limit. [Read More]
A memorial service is set for Toledo activist and media personality Richard Fair,WVON,star 105... [Read More]
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The US Marshals are searching for a man wanted for violation of Federal Supervised Release. [Read More]
The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department presented an update to the City of Toledo Lead Ordinance passed into August 2016. ... [Read More]
A former substitute teacher in Putnam County was indicted Monday on one count of sexual battery and six counts of furnishing alcohol to a minor, according to LimaOhio.com. [Read More]
One person was arrested after a drug-related search warrant was conducted in a Seneca County home. ... [Read More]
Police need help to identify two women that robbed the Cirilla's on South Reynolds. [Read More]
Two people escaped safely after a fire started in their north Toledo home Tuesday morning. [Read More]
After five days of being on the road, the group of 27 St. Francis de Sales students that went to Washington DC last Thursday for the inauguration returned early Tuesday morning. [Read More]
UT President Dr. Sharon Graber said after a thorough review, UTMC will continue to operate as a teaching hospital owned by the university and is here to serve the community. ... [Read More]
A unique take on ridding our neighborhoods of heroin started on Monday night. [Read More]
The Walbridge Police Department is looking for a teenager who's been missing for a month. [Read More]
Jury selection is complete in the trial of a father and son accused of kidnapping and endangering children. [Read More]
There's a new tool to use in order to local leaders accountable for the quality of the water you drink. And it just went "live" today. [Read More]
In the courtroom Monday, the state as well as Timothy and Esten Ciboro delivered their opening statements. [Read More]
A new program started to provide support to families who's loved ones are addicted to opiates. [Read More]
Hotels statewide are being recognized for exceeding expectations when it comes to safety and cleanliness standards. Unfortunately, local hotels might be falling short. [Read More]
A bizarre police chase in Fostoria shocked police when officers saw who was behind the wheel. [Read More]
About a half million people flooded Washington, DC., Saturday for the women's march, including a large group of women from in Northwest Ohio. [Read More]
Volunteers are needed to help clean toys for a donation drive this weekend. [Read More]
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