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Updated 9 hours ago
Lucas County dogs for adoption: 8-1
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.

Updated 9 hours ago
Trying to catch some fish, not rays
Denny Jeffrey, left, helps his friend Matt Grow attach an umbrella to his chair so he can shield himself from the sun while fishing for catfish off the Rossford Marina dock. More sunshine and highs in the 80s are in the forecast for today, but Sunday and Monday will bring a chance of showers.

Updated 9 hours ago
Deputies warn scammers use Craigslist to steal dirt bikes
The Lucas County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents to be alert for dirt-bike thieves.

Updated 9 hours ago
Public asked to help solve homicide in South Toledo
Toledo police are asking the public for help solving a homicide from last year.

Updated 9 hours ago
Accomplice sought in theft from carryout
Toledo police have arrested a man for allegedly stealing a can of a beer from a South Toledo convenience store, but their search continues for an accomplice who they say punched a clerk in the face.

Updated 9 hours ago
Adrian Speedway robber sought
ADRIAN — A man stole cash Friday from an Adrian gas station.

Updated 9 hours ago
Prep football coaches cautious of dehydration
Sweating profusely is quite common at this time of year in Ohio.

Updated 10 hours ago
Youth basketball tourney scheduled for Smith Park
Dennis Hopson and the Lucas Country Correctional Treatment Facility is holding a youth basketball tournament Aug. 22 at Smith Park.

Published 19 hours ago
Huron teen bicyclist killed by train
HURON, Ohio -- A 15-year-old bicyclist was struck and killed by a train today when he entered a crossing after another train had just cleared.

Updated 23 hours ago
Toledo water quality back to 'clear' level
Algal toxins near the city of Toledo's western Lake Erie water-intake crib have fallen to a concentration so low they cannot presently be detected, the city said in a statement issued this afternoon.

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