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Sylvania Township officer injured in traffic stop gone wrong

At 1:06 a.m., an officer was called out to a suspicious vehicle at the I-475 southbound ramp at Central Ave.

Firefighters battle fire at Blissfield Fire Department

Toledo responds to the classic Christmas song now causing controversy

Miracle on Main Street kicks of Christmas season in Sylvania

Family of Malachi Barnes reacts to arrest of shooting suspect

Community still split after Maumee ethics investigation

Eastwood High School recognized for work supporting military families

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  Dad behind the viral punishment video speaks out

  Mourning mother wants to be free of Beal Properties’ lease after being burglarized

Man who plowed into Charlottesville crowd found guilty of first degree murder

Ex-parks commissioner indicted on theft in office charge

6 decades of service: WTOL marks 60th anniversary

WTOL’s sign-on: A reporter remembers

12 women found in Columbus residence may be victims of human trafficking

The women’s age range from 20 to 40 years old according to WBNS.

Ohio child killer missing for 40 years put on US Marshals’ 15 Most Wanted list

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.

17-year-old in custody charged with Thanksgiving shooting death of 3-year-old

TPD said they have found probable cause to charge a 17-year-old with murder.

Toledo Police: No evidence of driver wrongdoing in accident that killed 16-year-old Romear Cavitt

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.

Former Cleveland Indians infielder dies in car crash

Toledo, Bowling Green now part of Walmart grocery delivery service

1 dead, firefighter injured in west Toledo house fire

Statewide search issued for endangered 2-month-old boy

2 injured after woman overturns vehicle in Swanton Township

Perryburg invests $230,000 in new police radios

  TARTA will cut service starting in January

In an unanticipated move, TARTA also proposed rate hikes. These changes are leaving many who rely on their services without a ride.

Bowling Alley fires some of the most dangerous, challenging for firefighters

Fire fighters say bowling alleys pose a high fire risk. It comes down to two things: The construction design of the building and the flammable materials inside.

Elementary school in Temperance may reopen

At a forum Thursday afternoon, Bedford Public Schools officials explained why they’re considering reopening the building as an Early Learning Center which will include kindergarten.

Black Swamp Bird Observatory receives $35K local grant for education program

The goal of these classes is to connect children with nature who may not have had an opportunity to experience the outdoors before.

Dad has daughter, 10, walk 5 miles to school after bullying incident

After Matt Cox’s daughter came home from Evergreen Schools for the second time with a note saying she was suspended from the bus for bullying, he took matters into his own hands.

Sierah’s Law receives final Senate passage

Sen. Randy Gardner especially credited Sierah’s family for their support and perseverance, and thanked Attorney General Mike DeWine for his leadership in endorsing the bill.

  Off The Radar - Episode 36: 2018 Winter Weather Outlook

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!

PNC Gift of Joy: Brighten a child’s holiday with a new toy donation

New this year, with Click It, Ship It, Gift It, you can shop online and ship a gift directly to WTOL 11 studios, and we'll help Lucas County Children Services gift it to a child!

Spokeswoman: Student threatened staffer at Robinson Elementary

According to a Toledo Public Schools spokeswoman, a Robinson Elementary School student allegedly threatened a staff member with a pair of scissors.

CBS is airing special coverage on President George H.W. Bush: Here’s how to watch your local news

There will still be a local newscast, and you can access it on our streaming properties.

Today is 1st day of recreational pot in Michigan, and Michigan police are finding some humor

Michigan is the first state in the Midwest to allow marijuana for more than medical purposes, after voters overwhelmingly passed the measure in the Nov. 6 election.

Police pull man’s body from water after car found crashed with no one inside

Police went to the house where the car was registered and found the house on fire. Crews are trying to piece together what lead up to the deadly crash and what caused the fire.

A closer look at addressing crime in Toledo

The 39 homicides this year lead to one of the biggest questions of the night: How does Toledo plan to address gun violence.

Community mourns the loss of beloved bowling alley

Flames have transformed a beloved Monroe Bowling Alley into rubble.

Angel Tree stolen from Findlay Walmart

The holidays are a season of giving, but in Findlay, someone has stolen a chance for less fortunate children to receive presents this year.

Perrysburg students learn about service from late President George H.W. Bush

History teacher Wade Kuns, a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom with the Ohio Air National Guard, said there’s a lot for the students to learn from the late President.

Interpretation of ‘National Day of Prayer’ Debated in Bowling Green

Should Non-Christians be allowed to participate in Bowling Green’s National Day of Prayer event?

2018’s 1st case of acute flaccid myelitis confirmed in Michigan

A child from Wayne County is confirmed to have the condition; seven suspected cases are under investigation in Michigan.

Ohio lawmakers poised to remove sales tax from tampons

Women across the state will likely appreciate the tax cut that’s taking shape in Ohio’s state capitol.

Local breweries helping with CA wildfire relief by crafting special brew

What started out as a few breweries is now a nationwide effort.

Sierah’s Law passes unanimously 85-0

Sierah’s Law - which was passed unanimously by an Ohio House committee Tuesday - received a unanimous vote by the entire House.

Toledo bank robbery suspect caught in Taco Bell drive through

Police arrested a bank robbery suspect at a Taco Bell on Wednesday morning.

Police arrest alleged Rossford serial burglar

Police say McPherson-Minley is tied to several residential burglaries and vehicle break-ins in the area dating back to the summer.

TPD searching for real-life Grinch who stole Christmas ornament

Toledo police are looking for a real-life Grinch who they say stole an ornament off someone’s Christmas tree.

Perrysburg police chief issues resignation letter

Paez' conduct during a Perrysburg Township officer-involved shooting on Aug. 27 was the recent focus of an investigation prepared by the Lucas County Sheriff’s Office.

Workers devastated after bowling alley fire in Monroe

Crews say they have the fire contained to the bowling alley, but not much is salvageable. The workers are devastated, but not one was hurt and no one was in the building at the time of the fire.

One parent encouraged Rossford Schools to launch anonymous bullying report

The new feature is available on the district’s website.

Mayor sees new Metropark as a chance to unify city

What’s now a vacant plot of land with views of the Toledo skyline, is going to be transformed into a park built for all seasons.

Around 100 Sylvania Township properties facing city annexation

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.

Sylvania mom says son should have received painkillers following surgery

A Sylvania mother said her son's doctor refused to prescribe painkillers after her son Anthony's surgery to remove his tonsils just before Thanksgiving.

Terra State to open Career Leadership Center, continues Workforce Scholarship program

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.

Michigan police investigate Lenawee County homicide

The Michigan State Police Monroe Post, and First District Special Investigation Section are involved in the investigation into what’s been ruled a homicide in Lenawee County.

City Council approves Lake Erie Bill of Rights

The bill would give the lake legal rights and allow cities and corporations to be fined if they do something that negatively impacts the lake.

Sierah’s Law passes Statehouse committee 12-0 vote

Sierah’s family says they expect a vote in the full house either this Thursday or later next week.

Urban Meyer retires as Ohio State football coach due to health concerns; Ryan Day named replacement

He made the decision after coming to grips with a cyst in his brain that had developed significantly in recent years.

Watch Urban Meyer news conference here

Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer is retiring after the Rose Bowl

Recall expands for potentially toxic dog food

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.

Threat made at Perrysburg H.S. determined not credible

The student was quickly identified, brought into custody and subsequently charged with inducing panic.

  Remembering Former President George H.W. Bush and his legacy locally

Jon Stainbrook says the former president held our area close to his heart remembering specific people and places from his time here.

Chabad House of Toledo lights chocolate menorah

Monday was the second night of Hanukkah, and right here in our area, the Chabad House of Toledo hosted a menorah-lighting ceremony.

USPS to close on Dec. 5 in honor of the late President George H. W. Bush

President Trump declared Dec. 5 as a National Day of Mourning in honor of the late president who passed away on Friday.

Wood County Health Department almost ready to begin offering dental care services

The department will have a sliding fee scale and will not turn away any patients. It will also accept Medicaid.

Lake Township Police Department fights off porch pirates

The Lake Township Police Department is allowing Lake Township residents to have their packages shipped directly to the police department.

Call For Action: Missouri currently investigating Parqwood Apartments management company

The lawsuit states the residents were “forced to live in intolerable conditions,” and that the “Defendants have defied Missouri law by refusing to take appropriate remedial action.”

Give the gift of reading for Christmas

In today’s digital age, the staff of the Mazza Museum in Findlay, which host original artwork of children’s books from around the world, think there needs to be more books under the tree this year.

CBS is airing a special report on President George H.W. Bush: Here’s how to watch your local news

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.

Family prepares to say final goodbyes to 3-year-old who was killed in drive-by

A public visitation for Malachi Barnes will be held Monday night at the House of Day Funeral Home from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m.

I-75 N exit ramp in Perrysburg completely shut down

The I-75 N ramp in Perrysburg going to 23/475 is closed.

Toledo Lucas County Health Department screening Infant Mortality Documentary

The documentary titled “Infant Mortality: Black and White in Lucas County” specifically addresses the disparity between black and white infant deaths

Driver struck by semi on I-75 SB

One driver is injured after he was T-boned by a semi-truck on I-75 southbound on Monday.

Rollover crash on AW Trail knocks down power lines

A rollover crash on the Anthony Wayne trail left at least one injured on Monday afternoon.

Lockdown lifted at Youngstown State University after armed suspect turns himself in

Youngstown State University was placed on lockdown Monday morning after an armed suspect was spotted on campus, but the lockdown has since been lifted.

Toledo Zoo’s Christmas tree makes USA Today’s 10 travel-worthy Christmas trees across the US

The Zoo makes the list with famous Christmas trees like the tree at Rockefeller Center in New York City and the White House Christmas tree.

Powdered Oreo drink mix, Oreo hot chocolate just changed the game this holiday season

Sorry milk, Oreo is giving the world something new to dip their cookies in...and it’s more Oreo.

Police investigating shooting at Findlay Courier

The Courier’s sports team tweeted that someone did a drive-by and shot at the windows of the newspaper building.

Perrysburg wrestlers hold clinic, raise money for Toledo youth wrestling club

The Perrysburg wrestlers hosted a clinic on Sunday for their new friends from Toledo’s Soul City Boxing and Wrestling Club.

TPD: Missing 12-year-old found

Toledo Police have located a missing 12-year-old girl who they say went missing on Sunday afternoon.

UPDATE: BGSU student’s absence since mid-November is voluntary according to campus police

According to a Facebook post by the University on Sunday evening, freshman Jacob Bromm, from Troy, MI told his parents he would not be coming home for Thanksgiving.