Protests scheduled for Friday night outside of Twin Oaks Lanes have been postponed pending the meeting date between the owners of the bowling alley and the Imam of the Islamic Center of Greater Toledo.
The source of the Shiga Toxin-producing E. coli has been investigated by the CDC and the FDA as coming from the area of Yuma, Arizona, so as long as the packaging of lettuce doesn't say that, according to the health commissioner you're most likely in the clear.
If you're hearing sneezing and sniffling in your home, you're not alone. Allergy season is here and doctors say the abrupt season change from winter to spring isn't helping the cause. "This year it's been a little bit postponed because of our weather here in Ohio and it has to do you know with the pollen and the environmental allergens increasing more as spring comes to be," said Dr. Tanya Baldwin, a family medicine doctor at Mercy. She said diagnosing ...
The airstrikes during the civil war burdening Syria seems like an issue that exists thousands of miles away for most. On the seventh anniversary of the blood shedding war, a local family living in Sylvania reminds us, it is a closer issue than we think.
Wednesday marks the first day on the job for Diana Ruiz-Krause as the new Chief of Security for Toledo Public Schools and given Wednesday's climate, some may argue she has one of the most important jobs in town.
With the first snow of the season falling just last week, the thick of winter has not yet arrived. However, the Ohio Department of Transportation has already been working around the clock to get the roads ready for the season.
Motorist safety is extremely important as travelers hit the road to get to their holiday destinations. However, the lives of emergency personnel, construction workers and those in disabled vehicles are just as important.