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A number of local politicians were marked as AWOL on a recent survey from the Advocates for a Clean Lake Erie. [Read More]
The boot is a metal plate that can quickly be put on a room's door to prevent it from opening from the outside. [Read More]
There's a party happening on Adams Street Saturday, and it's going to be dead. The walking dead will slowly lurk down Adams Street for the 7th annual Zombie Crawl on Oct. 22. [Read More]
Five years may seem like a long time from now, but Bowling Green Schools is using their five-year forecast to plan ahead, in order to avoid what appears to be an upcoming deficit. [Read More]
Friday, Ernesto Villarreal faced a judge on charges the Eric Ramlow's family believes do not fit the crime. [Read More]
Rock N Roll Hall of Famer John Mellancamp will return, this time as honorary mayor and to kick off Tent City and Veterans Matter Walk. [Read More]
A family who is still in mourning came face-to-face with the man who is responsible for killing their loved one, Eric Ramlow. [Read More]
Heroin abuse has grown to staggering proportions in NW Ohio and while the general public is made aware of it through the media, no one can assess the true impact of the epidemic... [Read More]
Donald Trump's comments continue to make headlines as Latinos in Toledo joined forces. They launched "Hombres for Hillary" to condemn the candidate's rhetoric during the last presidential debate. [Read More]
Representative Hill raises his own cattle and crops, and says the effects our laws have on farmers are important to him.  ... [Read More]
The 2-1 Toledo Walleye are just one day away from dropping the puck at the Huntington Center. ... [Read More]
Sister Mary Ann Culper, President of Notre Dame Academy (NDA) in Toledo, has been selected as one of five worldwide councilors to the Sisters of Notre Dame General Council in Rome. [Read More]
Fire crews are responding to a house fire on the 600 block of Whitlock Avenue. ... [Read More]
Created Equal, a non-profit education foundation that speaks out about the harms of abortion, will be at University of Toledo on Oct. 24, reaching out to students. [Read More]
It happened at the LaQuinta Inns and Suites on US 250 Saturday night. Police say a man wearing a Bengals sweatshirt pulled out a knife and threatened to blow up the hotel. [Read More]
Donald Trump is not backing down on claims the election is being rigged against him. That's causing headaches for the man in charge of the vote in Ohio. ... [Read More]
There only two weeks left in the high school football season, and teams are making their final push to get into the OHSAA playoffs. [Read More]
The Sandusky County Sheriff's Office will soon be run by an interim sheriff. This comes after the current sheriff, Kyle Overmyer, is accused of several crimes involving drugs and was suspended. [Read More]
The election is just weeks away and many are making their opinions heard. Issue 2 was the topic of conversation Thursday morning, when a group of city officials held a conference. [Read More]
New Billboards are popping up around town highlighting the do's and don'ts of recycling. [Read More]