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Updated 5 hours ago
Ex-boyfriend suspected in homicide
BOGART -- A Perkins Township woman’s recently ex-boyfriend is the prime suspect in her apparent homicide earlier today.

Updated 6 hours ago
Fatal crash closes U.S. 24 lanes
NAPOLEON -- A two-vehicle fatal crash has closed the westbound lanes of U.S. 24 west of Napoleon.

Updated 12 hours ago
Henry Co. pastor faces sex charges in Missouri
NAPOLEON — A Henry County pastor faces sexual offense charges in Missouri.

Updated 13 hours ago
Toledoans rush to pumps before holiday price jump
Kimberly Vaculik isn’t going out of town for Thanksgiving, but she decided Tuesday she ought to fill up her car’s gas tank anyway just in case the legendary preholiday price jump struck.

Updated 15 hours ago
Police investigate shooting in central Toledo
A central Toledo resident told police he shot a man today as that person was trying to break into his Vance Street home, police said.

Updated 15 hours ago
Ideal spots for hot dogs
Toledo is known throughout the United States for its hot dogs. Celebrities and politicians proudly tout their relationship with the city as they venture into these establishments.

Updated 16 hours ago
SABCO at center of craft beer boom
Three new craft breweries opened this year in northwest Ohio, and there are a few more on the horizon

Updated 16 hours ago
Vet helps collar snow leopard
A Toledo Zoo veterinarian is still giddy after participating in a landmark conservation research effort with a notoriously elusive big cat.

Updated 16 hours ago
Mayor's strategy paid off
Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson’s campaign for mayor, largely run by a campaign consultant provided by the Ohio Democratic Party, was successful enough in its strategy of focusing on the Democratic base to win 18 of Toledo’s 24 wards, according to newly released precinct detail.

Updated 16 hours ago
Snow stirs winter supply sales
Temperatures will rise into the 50s the next two days, but many area residents appear to have gotten the message last weekend loud and clear — winter is coming.

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