The caravan, estimated to include more than 7,000 people, had advanced about 45 miles since crossing the border from Guatemala, and still faced more than 1,000 miles, and likely much further, to the end of the journey.
Washington Local Schools pleading for your help this November. Help to pass a $3.8 million continuing levy.It sounds like a lot of money. Some voter’s say November’s ballot initiative is an easy decision.
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.
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.
Tradition states that those on the naughty list get nothing but a lump of coal in their stockings. You might think that's a good thing of the lump of coal is one of Nestle Toll House's Lump of Coal cookies!
Perrysburg High School seniors got the chance to skip class for a special reason. The school held its second annual “Jackets Giving Back” day, which took students to 30 different spots in Northwest Ohio to volunteer.
The Hancock County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services recently announced they have received a $4 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration.
The woman told police while she was stopped, the woman heard a noise and her tire indicators notified her that she had low air in one of her tires. Police say the woman noticed an older man get back into his vehicle behind her, then proceeded to follow her down the road.
For the last 15 years, EMS services in Port Clinton have been contracted through the regional North Central EMS. However, after being informed that the rates of services would be going up, the city decided it would be best to take on the services themselves.