Cherry Street Mission to offer call center certificate courses

In a partnership with Northwest State Community College, you can get a job certificate in about nine weeks that can get you hired and working right away.

DORA expanded for Fire and Ice in Toledo

Local medicinal marijuana growing operation readies for first harvest

Your GO-TO GUIDE to the Fire + Ice Festival

Neighbors push back against Zen Buddhist Temple being built in neighborhood

Valentine’s Day at Poco Piatti

Saturday marks 15 years since truss crane collapsed in Toledo, killing four, injuring 4

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The director of Toledo Lucas County Public Library dies suddenly

Showcase Home Star of House and Home Show

City of Toledo now offers free mediation services

Toledo Police pushing to upgrade taser system

Neighbors Frustrated with Racist Graffiti in south Toledo

Pitbill gets second chance after abuse investigation

Perrysburg teachers discuss diversity at annual conference

The school district is coming together to condemn hate and fight for diversity.

Retired Toledo Officer accused of stealing from TPD

The former officer is accused of stealing items from the department’s property room, where he worked.

Veterans get surprise Valentines from Toledoans

Huntington Bank and its customers took time to deliver hand-written Valentines to local Veterans at the Toledo VA.

Lucas County Sheriff’s Office seeking 150 corrections officers.

The department is also hosting a job fair on March 25th and 26th at the UAW on 2300 Ashland Avenue in Toledo.

  Port Clinton begins process of possibly establish a DORA

Bellevue couple married on Valentine’s Day, celebrates 72nd anniversary

Go 419 Must-Dos: There’s a lot to LOVE about the 419!

Downtown Toledo to heat up, be cool during Fire + Ice Festival

Variable speed limit signs becoming more common

Engage Toledo dispatchers could take over one thousand fallen tree calls Tuesday

Crews work to help neighbors during power outages

First Energy leaders say they are bringing in 200 additional crews to help turn the power back on for those in Northwest Ohio. That's in addition to the 400 crews that were out working to restore power Tuesday.

Former WTOL Anchor Jerry Anderson still heavily involved in the community even after retirement

Nowadays, you can catch former WTOL Anchor Jerry Anderson inside the Stroh Center driving the kids of Bowling Green City Schools on bus number three

Community donates thousands to former BGSU basketball player with MS

Matthews is best known as a talented role player for the Falcons women's basketball team from 2011 to 2015.

Chocolate Crawl kicks of Winterfest BG Chillabration

The Chocolate Crawl; a perfect diet for folks who don’t consider themselves overweight just chocolate enriched.

Chief Kral Takes the Wheel for Virtual Ride Along

Friday afternoon that’s exactly what Chief Kral hit the streets for TPD’s social media virtual ride along.

Locals react to new Jeep Gladiator’s Toledo debut

The hometown pride isn't lost on these Jeepers. The Gladiator isn’t only built in Toledo, but each vehicle will have a “Heart 419” stamped in the truck’s bed.

Local high school students help build tiny homes for homeless veterans

With every board cut and every screw drilled, Sandusky High School carpentry students are working to put a roof over the heads of some deserving service men and women.

It’s a Chillabration this weekend in Bowling Green!

The event will feature a Frozen Swamp Tent in downtown Bowling Green. The tent is surrounded by an ice garden with carving demos, a Winter Market, live entertainment, snacks, craft beer and wine, plus carriage rides.

It’s here ... National Pizza Day is SATURDAY

One local Toledo favorite is using Saturday as a day of awareness for the Lucas County Sheriff’s Office DART (Drug Abuse Response Team) Program.

Malachi Barnes’ mother pleads for suspect to turn himself in

She said the only way there will truly be justice for her son is for gun violence to stop.

TARTA Task Force formed by county commissioners meets to find solutions

To solve the problems of TARTA cutting service due to a lack of funding, Lucas County Commissioners have set up a task force full of community leaders

Local faith leaders discuss TARTA’s cuts to Sunday service impact on attendance

While service is still limited, churches and other organizations have stepped up to assist those neighborhoods who need rides.

Mayor, religious leaders look to learn from racism issues at General Motors Plant

General Motors hopes offering a monetary reward through the anonymous call service will motivate someone who knows something to come forward.

‘Cars are the Stars’ Charity Preview raises thousands of dollars for local children’s charities

The 2019 ‘Cars are the Stars’ Charity Preview Gala at Seagate Centre Wednesday night was put on to benefit local children’s charities in need.

Local shops aim to help lovers on a budget for Valentine’s Day

On average $18.2 billion is expected to be spent on Valentine’s Day. That’s about $136 per person according to the national retail federation.

Go 419 weekend rundown: Week of Feb. 7

Here’s a look at the must-do’s in the 419!

Freshen up your home this spring at Durocher’s on Monroe Street*

Come check out the Durocher’s new store at 5555 Monroe Street on Feb. 9 for the ribbon-cutting and enter to win prizes the whole month of February!

Family House in need of baby formula

Any type of formula can be donated but formula for children under six months is what’s mainly needed at the moment.

Itzhak Perlman, Pixar, ‘Hamilton’ star appearance among highlights of Toledo Symphony season

“For our 76th season, we renew our commitment to our public and continue our constant quest for artistic excellence,” said Alain Trudel, music director of the Toledo Symphony.

TPD searches for elderly man believed to be in danger due to health conditions

Roman Podolsky, 66, was last seen near Richards and Bancroft Street.

Look but don’t touch; ice jam brings beauty and caution to local rivers

All eyes are on the Maumee River this weekend. Wood County leaders fear that the ice jams could cause significant flooding with the drastic change in weather.

Go Red For Women: A local woman’s experience with heart disease

One in three women die of heart disease, but 80 percent of heart disease can be prevented through healthier lifestyle changes.

  Freedom the Cat finds furrever home

In about three months, a bruised kitty will come home forever.

Record cold skyrockets the number of roadside calls

The late January cold temperatures were record setting, but that cold snap also helped AAA break records.

Local Snowbirds return from Florida to arctic blast

Snowbirds returning to Toledo from St. Petersburg, Florida Thursday afternoon received a chilly dose of reality over the PA system from their pilot.

Stretching Your Dollar: You could be eligible to file your taxes for FREE

Did you know, if your household income is below a certain amount, you don't have to pay to file?

PATH Center in Defiance to act as 24/7 warming center through Friday

PATH staff will be in house, along with coffee, snacks, cots and blankets, and even Wi-Fi.

Farmers prepare livestock for frigid temperatures

It's important to keep your pets inside during this weather, but for farmers, bringing their livestock inside isn't always the answer.

Children Services responding to emergencies during arctic blast

Many county offices are closing ahead of Wednesday’s frigid temperatures, but some will still be hard at work at Lucas County Children’s Services.

Defiance coffee shop has a heart to help their community

A family-owned coffee shop in Defiance with a heart to give back to their community, has made it easier for people in need to get help.

Toledo Museum of Art to hos kid-friendly activities for the weekend

Because students throughout the area are going with so many days without of school this week, the TMA is hoping to beat any cases of cabin fever.

Mobile Meals delivers extra food ahead of the cold weather

Braving the cold, step by step. Mobile Meals volunteers carried extra meals to ensure no one goes hungry Tuesday.

Toledo, Sylvania, Oregon, Rossford trash collections canceled Thursday; Stevens Disposal also delays pickup

Republic Services confirmed that trash and recycling collection will not take place in Toledo on Wednesday due to the extreme cold.

St Paul’s Community Center extending warming center hours this Wednesday and Thursday

St Paul’s Community Center downtown is usually only open from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., but will keep their doors open 24 hours Wednesday and Thursday.

The ‘elements’ of style showcased in fashion show in the name of STEM

It showcased clothing from the Shenova collection, with designs inspired by the worlds of science, technology, engineering, and math, along with the women who work in them.

Local homeless shelter prepares for subzero temperatures

Currently, City Mission in Findlay is housing 80 to 85 people overnight, and serving 150 to 200 meals a day.

Preventing frozen pipes in bitter cold

With high temperatures staying below zero later this week, your home can be at-risk for frozen and burst pipes.

Family of five survives devastating fire, in need of help

The family says they have a lot of healing to do physically, emotionally and mentally; but they are feeling overwhelmingly blessed to have each other.

  Coast Guard Veteran says he can’t rely on his pension checks to be there

Some U.S. Coast Guard veterans are breathing a sigh of relief tonight following the temporary resolution to the government shutdown.

Local YWCA “cautiously optimistic” about the end of the government shutdown

The YWCA would still need the Violence Against Women Act re-authorized to have much of their funding restored.

Rossford is building an all-inclusive handicap playground

The city is building an all-inclusive handicap friendly playground at Veterans Memorial Park.

The Red Cross is need of blood donations

This time of year is normally slow for donations. That is why the public is being urged to come in and help out so the organization doesn’t fall any more behind.

Local business owner collecting gift cards for TSA workers

Gottfried started asking her members at 9 Round to donate gift cards, and in just one day, she collected about $300 worth.

Group formed to fight smell Fostoria landfill

The goal; fight against a Fostoria landfill which is nicknamed ‘Stench Mountain’ and ‘Stinky Hill.’

New grant helps Toledo students achieve literacy

A locally rooted business is looking to further literacy and brighten the futures of students in our area.

TPS meal programs will not be impacted by Federal government shutdown

If the federal government does not reopen before the meal funding runs out, TPS will then pay for the meals out of the general fund so that parents and students will not be affected at all.

ProMedica partners with Area Office on Aging to battle senior citizen social isolation

A new program in our area aims to make sure senior citizens dealing with medical issues don’t feel alone.

Tecumseh school board urges community to unite after separation with superintendent

Parents debated the new way of learning versus how the district previously educated their kids.

Toledo mother’s life is forever changed after her son was murdered in west Toledo

“He was going to be somebody, he had just turned 19 years-old on January 9. He had just started his second semester at UT, he was going for civil engineering."

New program at Toledo Lucas Co. Library downloads program to filter accurate news

With so many different news sources available at the click of a mouse, media literacy has become an important part of the library's mission.

Budget excess benefits residential city roads

The City is working to secure where those extra funds will go, and how you will be able to see your tax money working for you.

GO 419 Weekend Rundown: Week of Jan. 24

Need help planning your weekend? Take a look at this long list full of fun activities in the 419 that you can participate in.

University of Findlay holds week long celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr .

The goal is to instill not only understanding in the students, but a passion to serve as well.

Hollywood artist and author visit University of Findlay

An artist who has worked for Dreamworks and Pixar, met with art students at the University of Findlay

Call 11 for Action: Local man donates roof repair to woman who was ripped off

Moore and his six-person crew took three days to complete the job, which they finished last week.

Actor Jonathan Bennett represents Rossford during second episode of second celebrity edition of ‘Big Brother’

During one of his sessions in the “Diary Room,” Bennett put Rossford on the map by wearing what is believed to be a Rossford High School crewneck.

Tecumseh Schools and superintendent mutually separate

The principal of Tecumseh High School Griff Mills and Director of Technology Ryan Rhoades will share acting duties to run the district until an interim superintendent is hired.

DTW Airport closes Tuesday evening due to weather

The airport was expected to reopen Wednesday at 1 a.m, but is still closed.