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Bishop Michael Pitts in front of the Eastwood Theatre in East Toledo where he is remodeling to accommodate Cornerstone.
Tina Yoppolo, right, president of Toledo Unleashed, and Sue Joseph, left, treasurer of the group, speak to neighborhood residents about the city's dog park.
Tyler McIntoush, 16, made sure his friend was safely home before turning for home himself at 3 a.m. Thursday.
It took a jury less than three hours Friday to conclude that a former Fifth Third Bank loan officer was looking out for herself, not the bank, when she helped secure loans for - and accepted money from - some Monroe County real estate developers.
A former loan officer and vice president at Fifth Third Bank in Toledo was convicted Friday of conspiring to defraud the bank and taking bribes from loan customers.
Sunwing Airlines says a flight to Panama City was forced to return to Toronto Friday morning after a passenger made a "direct threat" against the aircraft.
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Twelve hours after a boy's body was found Thursday by a woman out for a walk, neighbors started a small memorial of flowers and stuffed animals for Tyler McIntoush where only a blood stain remained.
Robert Strauss, a Toledoan accused of murdering a man whose body has not been found, was booked into the Lucas County jail this afternoon after being moved from an Indiana jail.
The Great War: Art on the Front Line shows the reactions of artists to World War I in 40 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from the Toledo Museum of Art's collection.
Levis Square in downtown Toledo transforms into an outdoor food court, as food trucks line the plaza on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Toledo will hold its annual Summer Elite Prospect Camp on Monday-Tuesday, July 28-29 at Scott Park.
Firefighters were called to 1042 Harding at 1:43 a.m. for a vacant house that was fully engulfed in flames, said fire Lt.
A convicted double murderer's complaint against the judge who he claimed failed to rule on his motion seeking the dismissal of the charges against him was "fatally defective" because he named the wrong judge, the Ohio Supreme Court unanimously ruled Wednesday.
An old, abandoned, overgrown factory field near Milroy Street is changing for the better day by day.
Each child was charged with breaking and entering. Officers were sent to the school, 1245 Walbridge Ave., at 5:39 p.m. Saturday to help school security who saw, on a live surveillance feed, numerous children breaking into the building.
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Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 07:20 am
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