‘Spirit of Sierah’ race raises money for kids' identification kits

Area runners and others united on Saturday in Sylvania in the name of a young murder victim.
Zombies invades uptown Toledo for 9th annual crawl
3-vehicle accident on Navarre Ave. sends 1 to hospital
Police respond to injury accident in downtown Toledo
Over 2,000 without power in Lucas County
Brown, Renacci debate Saturday in Columbus

  AMC show ‘The Walking Dead’ makes nod to Glass City

AMC's "The Walking Dead" features a sign pointing to Toledo in a recent episode. The nod comes just in time to celebrate the city's annual Zombie Crawl on Saturday night.


  Rossford Police Department pushing to buy body cameras
So far, the department has tested products from WatchGuard, Avon and Motorola. Officers believe the cameras are crucial to showing events from an officer’s perspective:
’The Werewolf of Defiance’ is an Ohio local legend that still haunts (video)
The “Werewolf of Defiance” is one of the those local legends that sounds like the beginning of a classic horror movie.
3 OH men arrested accused of child exploitation
An Oregon man was among those arrested after having a sexually-oriented conversation with who he thought was a 14-year-old but was really an undercover officer.

Dare to be Scared: Haunted attractions around the area

We want to add more to the list! COMMENT BELOW with your favorite Halloween haunt in the area!

Target hosting PAW Patrol Halloween event

Kids are invited to come to the store in costume and trick-or-treat their way through the store, as well as watch an exclusive episode of PAW Patrol.
Ohio tests new clearance idea to sell off unwanted liquor
Man accused of shooting dog multiple times with BB gun


  Lack of exercise worse for your health than smoking, bad diet, study finds

Researchers found that there’s no limit to the benefits of exercise.

SC officer pulls over mayor during first day on duty

Typically one’s first day on the job is memorable but one first-timer with the Myrtle Beach Police Department had a first day she will never forget. PTL Amanda Johnston stopped a driver for an expired tag and it turned out to be none other than Myrtle Beach Mayor Brenda Bethune.


Massillon football players donate cleats after seeing opponents playing in duct-taped shoes

  Scott High School’s Mark Weaver is more than a coach to players

Taking money out of his own pockets to help his kids isn’t something that Coach Weaver takes lightly. He understands just how important these meals can be for kids and wants them to understand the value of hard work.