Tuesday, March 03, 2015
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Updated 1 minute ago
Shooting reported in North Toledo
Toledo police are responding to a person shot in the 800 block of Utica Street in North Toledo.

Updated 8 minutes ago
Lucas Co. pulls out of CCNO
The Lucas County Commissioners today gave formal notice to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio that the county is pulling out of the facility effective Dec. 31, 2018.

Updated 12 minutes ago
Kaptur won’t attend today's speech
U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D., Toledo) will not attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress today, joining dozens of other House Democrats who are boycotting the speech they said is timed too closely to Israeli presidential elections and undermines tense negotiations with Iran.

Updated 18 minutes ago
National Socialists to return to Toledo
The National Socialist Movement has planned an April 18 rally in Toledo, 10 years after a rally that caused race rioting in the Glass City.

Updated 22 minutes ago
Pemberville librarian retires
PEMBERVILLE, Ohio — When Jane Kohlenberg started at Pemberville Public Library in 1975 as a part-time clerk and accountant, she stamped patrons’ library cards and looked things up in a card catalog.

Updated 24 minutes ago
Harper's support for council seat slips
Support is slipping away for the candidate endorsed by the Lucas County Democratic Party for the vacant Toledo City Council District 4 seat.

Updated 24 minutes ago
5 meetings on 30-year transit plan
A series of five meetings to discuss a long-term transportation plan for the metropolitan Toledo area starts today.

Updated 29 minutes ago
Waite opens doors to walkers
For 31 years, James Mathers walked Woodville Mall.

Updated 29 minutes ago
Metro Toledo, Ohio cited for robust growth
The state of Ohio and metro Toledo in particular have been recognized by Site Selection magazine as being among the nation’s most robust environments for economic development.

Updated 34 minutes ago
UTMC reaches $225K settlement with patient
COLUMBUS — The University of Toledo Medical Center has reached a $225,000 settlement with a surgical patient who lost her voice and the ability to breathe on her own. She now requires a permanent tracheotomy.

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