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2 hrs ago | Toledo Blade
A Toledo man who suffered an on-the-job injury in April is suing his former employer, alleging that the company knew there were significant safety deficiencies with its equipment but neglected to fix the machines.
Do gun control laws need to be more or less strict than they are now?
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
7 hrs ago | WTOL-TV Toledo
Jane of Arc has been making music for five years. The Indie pop band, consisting of Michiganders and one Toledo native, is hoping to hit the studio and record their first album, but they need help from the local community to fund their project.
11 hrs ago | Toledo Blade
A woman was found dead in her South Toledo home Monday after she failed to show up for work and officers were called there to check on her safety.
12 hrs ago | WICU12 Erie
Toledo Police spent more than two hours at a Pearl St home on Monday night, where there were reports of a double shooting.
Phil Gustafson easily recalls the heady days of the early 1990s when it seemed residential developers were opening subdivisions in Sylvania, Sylvania Township, and Perrysburg nearly every week.
Leaves are piled along the curb in front of some of the homes on Beverly Drive in South Toledo.
A Toledo man who was shot while he allegedly tried to break into a West Toledo home was arraigned today.
Dozens of people were arrested and thousands of dollars in drugs taken off the streets of Toledo in a police sweep over the weekend.
TOLEDO, Ohio Authorities in northwest Ohio are trying to figure out how a woman ended up taking a shotgun slug to her face while riding in a car on the Ohio Turnpike last month.
The Toledo women's track and field team opened its indoor schedule on Friday, Dec. 6 at the Eastern Michigan Winter Classic, recording a number of top three finishes.
With conversation, with the conversion of a building into a history center, and with concentration on a slate of new projects, the village of Fayette in Fulton County wants to re-create the sense of community life.
Santa Clause came to town on Sunday, but it wasn't on a sleigh, or with any reindeer guiding the way.
They came to touch the past, and with winning bids, to own a piece of the history related to super sleuth Nancy Drew.
A lawsuit challenging how Ohio's fourth-largest city hands out citations and fines to drivers caught speeding and running red lights on camera could impact other cities around the state with traffic cameras.
Edward Poelstra, formerly of Tucson, Ariz., and Rebecca Mallin of Toledo talk about their experience with Unison Behavioral Health Group on East Woodruff Avenue.