Ida Tedesco

Ida Tedesco joined WTOL 11 in April 2017 as a multi-media journalist and evening traffic anchor. You'll find her now bringing you breaking news and human interest stories in the evening broadcasts. Before her career at WTOL, she dabbled in multiple positions in the Metro Detroit area. Not only did she gain chops working as a producer for four years, but was a reporter/producer for WDIV-TV in Detroit and most recently was in the running for a position at E! as an on-air style contributor. Ida is a graduate of Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan, with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and broadcast media arts. When she isn’t working, she loves baking -- just ask her co-workers. She also enjoys shopping and spending time with her family. She’s new to the Toledo area so any suggestions on places to hang on the weekend are appreciated. And yes, she’s been informed the Toledo Zoo is amazing. Have a story idea? Let’s talk! Send an e-mail to

Recent Articles by Ida

  Proposed Stand Your Ground Law has mixed reviews among Toledoans

Mayor Kapszukiewicz addresses missing items from proposed city budget for 2019

Style for the Cure raises money for Susan G. Komen of Northwest Ohio

Former Toledo residents escape California wildfires

MLK Bridge closure impacts restaurant at The Docks

Local business has 200K worth of cars stolen off property

Monroe City Official pass ordinance prohibiting marijuana facilities if proposal 1 wins

Start High School teacher accused of assaulting student with baseball bat; teacher disputes claim

Ballot Refreshers on Issue 10 and Issue 15

Lucas County Sheriff’s Department examines candy for free on Halloween

BG Middle School art teacher resigns amidst allegations of misconduct

Local members of different faiths come together for vigil to honor those killed at Tree of Life Synagogue

Local parents check sex offender list before trick or treating

TPD equipped to handle suspicious packages if sent to Toledo

Man arrested after allegedly shooting, killing man in north Toledo

Doctors see large spike in head lice around Halloween

Vacant buildings on Secor still unfilled after big retailers clear out

UT steps in to help students impacted by fire at University Circle

Hunger banquet in Perrysburg teaches locals about world hunger

Springfield Schools hosts safety forum for parents