East Toledo woman fed up with illegal dumping in neighborhood

An east Toledo woman said she’s fed up with the blight in her neighborhood. She claims people have dumped trash and other debris all along her street for years.
2 TPS elementary students among 3 injured in head-on crash
Student killed after being hit by van
Village of Liberty Center water customers under boil advisory
Road construction projects beginning to wrap up

2 charged with aggravated burglary in Fostoria

Police say the men were still inside the home when police arrived.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  Doctors see large spike in head lice around Halloween
Doctors say trying on hats, wigs and masks without knowing who had them on before you can be a major risk. But Halloween stores are not the only concern.
3 Lucas County corrections officers suspended following August inmate escape
Three Lucas County corrections officers will be suspended without pay for their roles in a “bad release” that sent authorities scrambling to find accused bank robber Don Ellis in August, WTOL has learned.
New youth center in Fremont names after 14-year-old gun violence victim
The Jaylan Brock Triumph Youth Center will host Fremont teens once a week, offering lessons, games and prizes for attendance. The goal is to offer teens positive alternatives to being on the street and getting in trouble.

Police: Man broke into vehicle at Stranahan, used stolen credit cards

Police say a man broke into a vehicle at the Stranahan last month and used the stolen credit cards to make several purchases in the area.

Pillsbury releases ‘Elf’-themed cookies to celebrate movie’s 15th anniversary

Just don’t cram them into the VCR.
Salvation Army accepting Christmas assistance applications
Non-lawyer represents self in Texas case, gets life term

NATIONAL HEADLINES

CDC encourages ‘handwashing heroes’ to fight flu, diseases

The CDC says handwashing is one of the best ways to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others which would help families and workforces thrive. (Source: RNN)

Stacey Abrams defends presence at 1992 protest burning of state flag containing Confederate symbol

In a statement Abrams’ campaign said that her actions in college were part of a "permitted, peaceful protest against the confederate emblem on the flag."

SPORTS

Browns fans get free Arby’s on Monday

Lorain County will award angler $1,000 for biggest walleye caught in Lake Erie

Lorain County will offer a $1,000 “bounty” to the angler who reels in the heaviest walleye caught in Lake Erie.