In August, city council voted 4-3 to pay Cleveland-based law firm Squire Patton Boggs $50,000 to look into numerous complaints from an anonymous complainant. Mayor Carr said the investigation actually began in June and has cost the city more than $90,000.
Matthew Cox was determined to teach his daughter that bullying was not okay and that transportation was a privilege, not a right. He took a video of Kirsten walking to school to share with friends, never expecting it’d go viral.
Channel 11 signed on the air for the first time on Saturday night, at 7 p.m., Dec. 6, 1958. The inaugural program was live with Ohio governor-elect Michael V. Disalle (D-Toledo), and a host of other local dignitaries, along with owner Frazier Reams.
In 1958, Toledo Ohio, like the rest of the nation, was on the cusp of change. In the post-World War II world of sending rockets into space, dancing to rock 'n' roll music, and driving long and colorful cars with big fins on modern four-lane highways, there was this thing called TV.
U.S. Marshals believe Lester Eubanks is alive and living under an alias. Over the years, investigative leads placed the long-time fugitive in Michigan and California, but his whereabouts remain a mystery.
No evidence of wrongdoing was found on the part of the vehicle’s driver and no charges will be filed. The investigation included witness interviews, accident scene reconstruction, and a review of phone records.
It’s Episode 36 of Off The Radar! We gave you a first look at this years winter weather outlook back in August (episode 23). But now that we’ve officially reached winter we’re updating the numbers. Listen for the latest snowfall and temperature predictions!
Around 100 neighbors of the Meadows, Parklands, Country Walk and other township subdivisions received letters in the middle of November asking them to sign a petition annexing their property into city limits.
The center will offer training and assistance to not only students, but current working professional as well to help develop soft skills and other skills to help them gain better upward mobility for potential manager or supervisory positions.
Excess vitamin D in the diet can cause vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst, increased urination, excessive drooling and weight loss. Pet owners whose dogs have been eating the recalled brands and are showing these symptoms should contact their veterinarians.
CBS is airing a special report on the late President George H. W. Bush today, which will replace the 5 p.m. television newscasts on WTOL. There will still be a local newscast, and you can access it on our streaming properties.