Powerful storms with strong winds moved through the area Tuesday.
Orlando Reyes-Cairo has been a professor at Owens Community College since 1999, which is one year after he got out of jail for attempted unlawful sexual conduct with a 13-year-old boy in north Toledo. More>>
Student Dawn Weinbrecht says the building was far from an ideal setting in which to receive training on solar panel installation and wind technology. But she says it was the classes that disappointed her the most, including the fact that the teachers couldn't get the basic materials to teach. More>>
The dog's owner, 57-year-old Lawrence Mick, was at the hearing and agreed to surrender the dog as long as the Humane Society agrees not to euthanize the animal. More>>
Keith Sadler has owned the home for 20 years and now he and five others have locked themselves inside. More>>
The father of three young brothers who have been missing since Thanksgiving was charged with their kidnapping on Tuesday, hours after police said it's unlikely the boys will be found alive. More>>
Morgan Duris was crossing the street to get on the bus when she was hit and killed by a woman driving an SUV. More>>
Morenci Police Chief Weeks says the assessment is based on statements to investigators from several sources including the boys' father, John Skelton. More>>
Toledo Chief Building Official David Golis says during an inspection Friday night that he noticed the building's south wall was bowed out approximately 2 to 3 feet. More>>
The Sandusky County Sheriff's Department confirms three boys, ages 7, 8 and 10, died after falling through ice on the Sandusky River in Fremont. More>>
Diane Warren says the grinches entered her home on East Streicher through an unlocked bathroom window. More>>
Todd Michael, 43, is recovering at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center and was upgraded from critical to serious Thursday morning. More>>
In fact, police say thieves have targeted five different walks so far this month. One section was swiped Tuesday in the 100 block of Western from an abandoned home. More>>
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