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The local patrolman's union is appealing the termination of a Toledo police officer fired after his ex-wife filed complaints.
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Dog Warden's Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo.
Members of the public get their first view of Baru, a 17-foot crocodile, during the public opening of the Wild Walkabout at the Toledo Zoo.
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Suspect had a record label, "Lost and Turned Out"; He also had a long history of violence and criminal mischief, including three stints in Ohio prisons.
Production workers at KUKA Toledo Production Operations/KTPO gather around the 1,000,000th body-in-white Jeep Wrangler built at the seven-year-old plant in Ohio.
Denise Fox, of Aurora House, left, and Renee Palacios, of Family House, center, speaking with city council member George Sarantou.
Keeping local grads and attracting new workers is key for growth in Northwest Ohio.
A new charter school in downtown Toledo is offering students a blended school environment.
Two heavy cranes at the port of Toledo are starting to show their age and need a new coat of paint.
The walk will be held August 3, 2013 at the African American Legacy Project located at 1326 Collingwood Boulevard.
Some of metro Toledo's top chefs will participate in Jam City, a unique event from Feed Toledo that challenges Toledo's culinary talents to put their own twist on the classic PB&J. Jam City will be held from 6 to 10:30 tonight at the Blarney on Monroe Street in downtown Toledo.
Bond was set at $2.5 million Wednesday for a Holland man charged in the shooting death and robbery of a 21-year-old. Appearing before Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Gene Zmuda, Antonio Taylor, Jr., 19, of 347 Oak View Ct.
Toledo police shot and killed a man on Page Street this morning when they encountered him holding a shotgun to a woman.
Martha Bradley of Toledo buys flowers from Andy Keil, of Andy Keil Greenhouse in Swanton, at last year's Flower Day event at the Toledo Farmers' Market.
The city lost another 1,609 people from April 1, 2011, to July 1, 2012, according to 2012 U.S. Census estimates released today.
The Rev. Joseph J. Przybysz, who developed a quick rapport and then lasting connections as he served parishes urban and rural in nearly 38 years as a priest in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo, died Monday in Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort Wayne, Ind.