Debbie Monagan with the Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority confirmed on Friday that the parts are in for a boiler in the Parqwood Apartment complex. Up until now, residents say they were without hot water for nearly four weeks.
A criminal warrant was issued on Wednesday for 35-year-old Mike Vinet. He’s accused of theft by deception after allegedly taking $1,500 from Ronda and Steve Bishop and agreeing to repair the roof on their south Toledo home.
Two weeks ago Jessica Clutter claimed her mail was opened before she got it from her mailbox and her daughter’s birthday money was allegedly stolen.She's not the only one who's had this problem recently.
The “Unruly Artists” created a one-of-a-kind display. Nearly 15 adults with disabilities spent two months creating the ocean scene using several different materials from fabric, to paint, glitter, jewels and more.
Toledo resident Shawn Sirkin reached to Call 11 for Action after she noticed bed bugs crawling on the drapes and walls at the Sunset Motel off Telegraph Road. She said when she reached out to the health department she was told they didn't have the funds to tackle the problem.
The trouble McCallister is facing now is the new wheelchair is wider than the old one and can't make it through the doorways in his home. That means in order to even go to the bathroom, he must risk further injury.
If you have money saved in the bank, you know how low that savings rate is. While interest rates have risen recently, they are still at a historic low. That is great news for borrowers, but not-so-great for those with savings.
Despite the digital revolution, you may still have a lot of paperwork lying around. And all that paperwork can easily have you rummaging through receipts, bills, and legal documents for hours until you find what you need. Being disorganized with your paperwork can end up costing you plenty of money.
Websites like GovSimplified.com know that a lot of people don't want the hassle of driving downtown to the social security office, or perhaps standing in line at their local post office. So they make it easy but at a cost.
This is the time of year many of us are looking for part time work to help us through the holidays. But one woman almost lost $3,000 to what she thought would be a holiday season job as a mystery shopper. And she wants others to know about her experience, so it doesn't happen to them.
Looking for some part time work, resume-building experience, or just want some extra money for the holidays? Then you may want to know about nine major companies hiring thousands of workers from now through Christmas Day.
If you're looking for a fun night out, a new bar in Rossford could be the place to go. Reset Bar is officially open and over the weekend, they opened another part of their location on Crossroads Parkway.
Back in December, tons of trash and debris were illegally dumped in a lot owned by St. Stephen AME Church on City Park Avenue. To fix remove the garbage, the trustee called us and we were able to help the church get the area cleaned up.
Are you strapped for cash and don't know where to turn? Some savvy people are now turning to crowd-funding to get financial aid from the kindness of strangers. But before you follow suit, make sure you know how it works so you don't waste your money.
Tamala Porter says she received a call from someone claiming to be from the US Federal Grant Department, saying she was selected to receive a $9,000 grant. She immediately reached out to Call 11 for Action for help.
The Better Business Bureau hears from thousands of consumers and business owners every year about a variety of scams and frauds. Many are new twists on existing scams, but scammers get more sophisticated every year in how they spoof trusted names and how they fool consumers.
Some ads claim companies in foreign countries are seeking to hire American agents to represent them. You only have to work a few hours a week from home and you can earn thousands of dollars. But in reality, it's a scam.
The Better Business Bureau has a warning for anyone who received electronic gifts this Christmas: Year after year, electronics are one of the most common gifts during the holidays, and the most commonly stolen item from homes.
The holiday season is here, and so are the scams. The Better Business Bureau is warning people to watch out for websites offering "Letters from Santa." Some of these sites promise a custom letter from the man at the North Pole, but don't deliver.
Working from the comfort of your own home sounds so appealing. Unfortunately, so many of the offers turn out to be scams, designed to take your hard-earned money. But a growing number of legitimate companies are looking for home-based workers.
According to the email, it's Pizza Hut's 55th anniversary, and it offers a coupon for free pizza at any Pizza Hut restaurant. The FTC warns, however, that clicking the link in the email will install malware on your computer.