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Updated 20 minutes ago
Ferner announces candidacy for Toledo mayor
Mike Ferner, a former Toledo councilman and longtime Liberal activist who ran for mayor in 1993 and narrowly lost to Carty Finkbeiner, formally announced today his candidacy for the office this November.

Updated 36 minutes ago
Officials stand by land purchases
Toledo Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson and other city officials stand by their decision to spend millions of taxpayer money assembling property for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ plan to expand its Toledo Assembly Complex, even though it appears the firm won’t need that land.

Updated 37 minutes ago
Pets, vegetation can live in harmony
Many pet owners have given their dog complete run of the yard.

Updated 37 minutes ago
S.S. Columbia heads to Buffalo
The S.S. Columbia is turned before being towed down the Maumee River to Lake Erie.

Updated 38 minutes ago
Jeep Wrangler to stay in Toledo
Everyone agreed that keeping the Jeep Wrangler in Toledo would come at a high cost.

Updated 39 minutes ago
Anthony Wayne Bridge almost ready
Its new deck is now finished all the way across the Maumee River, and workers Tuesday placed forms to pour concrete for the last sections of sidewalk, but there’s still much to be done before the Anthony Wayne Bridge reopens to traffic.

Updated 1 hour ago
Teenager stabbed last month dies
A teenage girl has died from injuries in last month's West Toledo stabbing that also killed her brother and injured her mother.

Published 3 hours ago
Sylvania police probe rollover crash on West Alexis
A single-vehicle rollover crash briefly closed westbound West Alexis Road in Sylvania today, tying up the morning rush hour traffic, authorities said.

Updated 4 hours ago
Bankruptcies down in August
Bankruptcy filings in northwest Ohio dipped again last month, with 346 new cases in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Toledo.

Updated 4 hours ago
Woman sentenced for child abuse
Calling the conditions in her home and the sexual abuse of children “almost like a horror movie,” a Lucas County judge Tuesday sentenced a Toledo woman to nine years in prison.

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