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The accident has lanes closed in both directions Thursday morning. [Read More]
The delivery station's first wall is now standing... [Read More]
The UT research boat will be scanning the Maumee River to evaluate and test an early and toxic bloom that has engulfed a large area.... [Read More]
The amusement park will feel different when you return, there are new procedures in place due to COVID-19 and that means fewer riders on the... [Read More]
Seven teams' workouts are affected by this pause: men's and women's basketball, field hockey, football, men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball. [Read More]
60-year-old Floyd Alan Barton is charged with murder in the June 22 death of Dennison Bowen. [Read More]
Michael Mitchell, 24, was arrested Wednesday for the murder of the Start grad on Tuesday night. [Read More]
Police were called to the 2000 block of Parkwood before 3 a.m. Wednesday. [Read More]
The bus crashed at the corner of Dorr and Waverly. [Read More]
The award is given out to exceptional food facilities in the county. [Read More]
According to the findings, the recruit was unlawfully discriminated against when she was terminated in August 2019. [Read More]
Toledo's city council came to a grinding halt Tuesday afternoon as members try to figure out what to do with the 4 council members facing... [Read More]
Toledo Police say a fight outside the Gino's Pizza near Monroe and Central ended with someone being shot. [Read More]
According to Toledo Police, one person was shot and killed late last night outside the Gino's Pizza on Monroe Street near Central Avenue. ... [Read More]
Finding relief on Lake Erie and catching a lot of fish too. [Read More]
In his interview with Van Susteren, President Trump discusses the treatment and vaccine timeline for COVID-19 and if the Republican Convention can still be held... [Read More]
Your pet can die from heatstroke in a matter of minutes... [Read More]
The water in the Maumee is turning bright green. [Read More]
The two charter schools will offer face to face instruction and online coursework by certified teachers. [Read More]
With increasing cases of COVID-19 throughout the state, it's the first step the governor has made toward mandating masks, after months of questioning from the... [Read More]
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