BOWLING GREEN — Perrysburg graduate Sarah Baer is leaving the Bowling Green State University women’s basketball team. Baer said she is transferring to the University of Findlay, where she will have two years of basketball eligibility remaining. But
LOUISVILLE — Casey McGehee had five RBIs to spark the Mud Hens to a 9-3 victory Tuesday night over Louisville at Louisville Slugger Field. McGehee went 3-for-4 with two doubles. Chad Huffman and Steven Moya added home runs for Toledo. Huffman
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A member of the Cherrywood street gang was sentenced Tuesday to four years in prison for robbing a man. Tyler Jones, 21, who now lists an address in Mansfield, Ohio, entered Alford pleas — not admitting guilt — in Lucas County
A former pastor thanked God and law enforcement for forcing him to confront his addiction to child pornography even though it means he will spend the next five and a half years in a federal prison. “I believe [law enforcement] brought into
The first TV ads to be aired by U.S. Sen. Rob Portman’s re-election campaign start today in Ohio, including Toledo. The series of ads focus on his legislative efforts to fight drug addiction. Mr. Portman, a Cincinnati-area Republican, is
The president of a company that falsely promised to modify homeowners’ mortgage payments entered guilty pleas Tuesday in U.S. District Court. Jason Keating, 38, of Toledo pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, 13 counts
Two festivals will require closings of nearby streets, the Toledo Division of Transportation announced. Beginning at 9 a.m. Friday, parts of Parkwood, Woodruff, and Scottwood avenues will close for the Old West End Festival on Saturday and Sunday.
Toledo City Council plans to recognize the woman who helped an abused 13-year-old girl — one who said she was shackled for weeks at a time in the basement of a North Toledo house — during its regular meeting next week. The
Former state school chief quit over charter schools.