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Toledo's six city council districts up for election Voters in Toledo’s District 6 will decide Nov. 5 whether they’re satisfied with their current city council representative or if they want new leadership…

Police identify victim, suspect in fatal West Toledo bar shooting Police are investigating the fatal shooting of a 25-year-old man Wednesday at a West Toledo bar. Officers responded at 2:14 a.m. to Walle Rocket’s Bar in…

Family to appeal Oberlin College jury award reduction OBERLIN, Ohio — The Ohio business owners whose $44 million jury award in a lawsuit against Oberlin College was cut by a judge to $31.5 million plans to…

Mercy Health offers tips to keep children safe on Halloween Mercy Health’s Trauma Prevention and Education program is offering tips to the public about how to ensure the safety of children trick-or-treating for…

Funeral services set for Centerville councilman Funeral services have been planned for Centerville city coucilman who died.

New details emerge in kidnapping, escape, ambulance theft Wallace Stacy said the victim's ex-girlfriend called him and said she was being abused by people in the house on East Lytle Five Points Road. He went to the home on Oct. 16 and was held there until he escaped on Saturday. "He believed he was on a rescue mission," Stacy said.

Hundreds of political signs spark debate about free speech, state law "Townships have an obligation to make right-of-ways free of obstructions." John Stafford, who is responsible for the "Drain the swamp" signs, said this is not about political signs in right-of-ways but about free speech. Those who support the incumbent school board candidates don't like the message and want to censor it, he said.

Greene County deputies, OSP searching for elderly woman in Yellow Springs Greene County Sheriff's deputies are searching a field in Yellow Springs for an elderly woman who has been missing for several hours Tuesday night.

Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 10/23 Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care and Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800. For a complete list…

Trotwood takes vote to boost pay for mayor, council amid ethics review Trotwood City Council voted 4-3 on Monday to move ahead a plan to raise the pay of the mayor and cou…

Graham hosts Lights on Afterschool on Thursday PARIS - The public is invited to attend the Lights On Afterschool event at Graham Middle School and High School from 3 to 6 p.m. on Thursday. Lights On Afterschool is a nationwide event aimed at creating awareness of and support for quality afterschool programming.

Change of seasons This photo by Serina Leistritz of Serina Ann Photography in downtown Urbana shows silage bundles of dried corn crop filling a field at the corner of state.

Regional toy drive sets high goal for 2019 DeGRAFF - The bar has been raised this year by Tyler Slaven and his sister Monica. The local brother / sister duo started a toy drive while in high school five years ago and it has blossomed into a regional, if not national, success story. The Slavens, who live in DeGraff, set a goal this year to collect over 18,000 toy donations.

Protecting Ohioans with pre-existing conditions This month, a new report revealed that 2 million Ohioans could lose health care if President Trump gets his way and the entire Affordable Care Act is overturned. That's what President Trump and his administration are pushing in a case a federal court heard this summer.

Driver of semi killed in Ohio turnpike crash LINDSEY, Ohio — A Columbiaville, Mich., man was killed when a tractor-trailer rig he was driving crashed Tuesday on the Ohio Turnpike near this Sandusky…

Victim rescued from Springfield porch fire was bedridden, fire official says Crews rescued a woman trapped in the basement when the front porch of a home in Springfield caught fire Tuesday evening. She has been taken to a hospital.

Spencerville stops LCC OTTOVILLE - Spencerville's Emma Leis kept looking for Kelsey Shaffer. Then late in the first half, Leis found her, not once, but twice. Shaffer scored twice from Leis to help Spencerville post a 3-0 victory over Lima Central Catholic in the Division III girls soccer district semifinals Tuesday at Ottoville.

Trial underway for Lima man charged with beating child LIMA - Testimony got underway Tuesday in Allen County Common Pleas Court in the jury trial of a Lima man accused to inflicting serious injuries on a young child placed in his care.

Beavercreek man in Pa. jail, accused of threatening to shoot up schools as cover for bank robbery A 35-year-old Beavercreek man is in a Pennsylvania jail on charges accusing him of threatening to sh…

UNOH hosting Applied Technologies open house LIMA - The University of Northwestern Ohio's College of Applied Technologies will hold an open house from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 1 and 2 at the UNOH Event Center, 1450 N. Cable Road, Lima.

YMCA holding No School Days LIMA — The Lima YMCA will hold No School Days in conjunction with Lima City School teacher inservice days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25 and M.

Kewpee makes 'Top 10' fast casual dining list LIMA - An iconic Lima restaurant has been named one of the top fast casual diners in the U.S. TripAdvisor rated Kewpee as the nation's tenth best fast casual restaurant in the travel agency's annual travelers' choice awards, which are based on customer reviews from the last year.

Ohio Auditor Faber explains fraud, audits BLUFFTON - Nine months ago, Ohio Auditor Keith Faber traded the "policy hat" he earned as a legislator for an auditor's "referee jersey," and since then, he's been using the new role to improve upon local and state agencies.

Franklin County to offer 'panic buttons' to prostitutes, drug users A Vancouver company will roll out an innovative alert system in Franklin County early next year aimed at reducing overdose deaths and violence against those involved in prostitution.

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