On Aug. 4, the first day Toledo’s water was declared safe again, a major act of kindness was seen in a Maumee Kroger store.
Government leaders are teaming up with local farmers to combat the algae bloom problem in Lake Erie.
Back-to-school season is just days away for some students, and that means parents are out getting supplies, new clothes and back packs. It’s also the perfect time to make sure your kids are up to date on their vaccines.
The Wood County Sheriff’s Department confirms one person is dead after an ethanol truck t-boned a vehicle at US-6 and Potter Road next to the Bowling Green Wind Farm.
New technologies are now providing financial warning signs that your spouse may be having an affair.
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A new scam is costing local businesses hundreds of dollars. Maumee Police say someone has been calling local businesses and posing as a representative from Toledo Edison.
In addition to pop quizzes and state exams, this year some students at Anthony Wayne Local Schools will be randomly tested for drugs.
Toledoans got an update Monday on how the City is handling lingering concerns over its drinking water.