It’s not every day horses are allowed to graze and amble around a green space in the middle of the University of Toledo’s main campus. The UT Equestrian Team, which is only in its second year, pulled together a unique fund-raiser Friday
Gambling revenues statewide rose in August with Ohio’s four full-service casinos all reporting year-over-year gains. Figures released Thursday by the Ohio Casino Control Commission, the state body that regulates the industry, show 2017
The Toledo Zoo’s western lowland gorilla troop has grown by one. A new adult female, 15-year-old Sufi Bettine, has been integrated with the zoo’s three other females and silverback male. She arrived on a breeding loan from the Houston
A new cat fostering and adoption program is off to a purring start as more businesses seek to participate. Humane Ohio, the low-cost spay/neuter clinic in Toledo, adopts out friendly cats and kittens that come in through its outreach programs for
With no ties to hold him down and nowhere better to go, Harold Palmquist figured he had a chance to fulfill a lifelong dream. “I’ve always wanted to run across America,” he said. “What better time to do this than now?
Toledo Zoo primate staff is going to miss being ordered around by a much beloved old orangutan. J.J. died Saturday of cardiovascular disease at the age of 45. Born at the Toledo Zoo on Oct. 3, 1971, he was the oldest male orangutan living in
An East Toledo couple is using their heartbreak to improve the city’s procedures when it comes to handling the remains of companion animals struck and killed by cars on city streets. Julia and Allen Hatfield of the 1100 block of Camden Street
Janet Hoy-Gerlach knows more than the average person about the benefits of having pets. The University of Toledo associate professor studies the human-animal bond. But she’s no longer on the outside looking in. She’s right in the middle