Top articles from this weekend's editions of The Blade.
Fate of city’s cameras at stake in Ohio Supreme Court case.
For those drivers critical of the mobile speed cameras, the easy solution is not to speed.
Revenue higher than expected.
The true purpose of the new hand-held speeding camera program appears to be revenue enhancement.
Hand-held cameras being used in high-incident areas.
Toledo police officers are scheduled to begin using hand-held cameras today to cite speeding violations without pulling motorists over. Tickets issued on the basis of camera citations will carry a $120 fine, just as do tickets issued on the basis
Toledo will get a greater percentage of fines from hand-held speed-detection cameras than the controversial stationary cameras mounted at intersections and one along the Anthony Wayne Trail. But the city will have to pay $500 per device
Toledo budget proposal includes tool that will nab speeders.
Going after state subsidies is ’mean-spirited.’