Pickle-flavored candy canes add some flavor to the holidays

Pickle-flavored candy canes are coming back this year and for some people it’s a pretty big “dill.”

Hires Dental Care to give veterans 20% off treatments in Nov.

Drug take back to be held this weekend at several locations

TFRD deputy chief returns home after Hurricane Michael deployment

Weary migrants still far from reaching US border

Mega Millions’ record $1.6 billion jackpot up for grabs Tuesday

Annuity vs. lump sum Mega Millions payout

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Couple accused of keeping child locked in basement for months

Community gets close look at WLS levy proposal

Doctors see large spike in head lice around Halloween

3 Lucas County corrections officers suspended following August inmate escape

New youth center in Fremont named after 14-year-old gun violence victim

TPD: Missing woman found safe

Ohio politicians, local businesses focus on young drivers for National Teen Driver Safety week

Studies show that car crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the US between the ages 15 and 18.

Police looking for man, woman accused of using stolen credit cards

Police say the two are wanted for breaking into a vehicle on W. Bancroft and using the victim’s credit cards.

Police: Man broke into vehicle at Stranahan, used stolen credit cards

Police say a man broke into a vehicle at the Stranahan last month and used the stolen credit cards to make several purchases in the area.

Pillsbury releases ‘Elf’-themed cookies to celebrate movie’s 15th anniversary

Just don’t cram them into the VCR.

Land on the naughty list this year with Nestle Toll House Lump of Coal cookies

Salvation Army accepting Christmas assistance applications

Non-lawyer represents self in Texas case, gets life term

State lawmakers push for teen driving permits to last 1 year

Girl, 9, whose family fought to keep her on life support dies at Texas hospital

Teacher on leave after allegedly duct taping CO student to chair

  ‘Spirit of Sierah’ race raises money for kids' identification kits

Area runners and others united on Saturday in Sylvania in the name of a young murder victim.

Barbershop owner planning to giveaway thanksgiving meals

Although we’re just under two weeks away from Halloween, one barber is already working on giving back to the community for this upcoming Thanksgiving.

Could nose warmers really be the next winter trend?

Two companies have come out with a new type of winter wear.

Super Fitness Weight Loss Challenge encourages healthy lifestyle

Watch as Brian Strock explains how to get involved in this year's Super Fitness Weight Loss Challenge.

Nature’s Corner provides tips on winter landscaping

Jenny from Nature's Corner helps you landscape during the winter season.

Mega Millions jackpot grows to $1.6 billion after nobody won Friday’s drawing

The Mega Millions jackpot has now swelled to $1.6 billion after nobody bought a winning ticket for the Friday night drawing.

  Wooster Street exit from I-75 closes Monday for 2 weeks

his coming Monday, October 22 for two weeks through Monday, November 5, the ramp will be closed from southbound I-75 to Wooster St. (Exit 181) for ramp construction in Bowling Green.

Perrysburg High School seniors volunteer around the community

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.

Rossford Police Department pushing to buy body cameras

So far, the department has tested products from WatchGuard, Avon and Motorola. Officers believe the cameras are crucial to showing events from an officer’s perspective:

’The Werewolf of Defiance’ is an Ohio local legend that still haunts (video)

The “Werewolf of Defiance” is one of the those local legends that sounds like the beginning of a classic horror movie.

3 OH men arrested accused of child exploitation

An Oregon man was among those arrested after having a sexually-oriented conversation with who he thought was a 14-year-old but was really an undercover officer.

Maumee PD announce OVI checkpoint on US 24

Traffic in the eastbound lanes of US 24 will be diverted through the checkpoint.

Police asking for nationwide assistance in locating missing endangered WI girl

Police are asking that everyone nationwide be on the lookout for the missing 13-year-old Wisconsin girl whose parents were found shot to death in their home.

7 arrested in Defiance human trafficking investigation

Law enforcement officials in Defiance have arrested 7 people after an operation was conducted to deter human and sex trafficking in the city.

Dare to be Scared: Haunted attractions around the area

We want to add more to the list! COMMENT BELOW with your favorite Halloween haunt in the area!

Target hosting PAW Patrol Halloween event

Kids are invited to come to the store in costume and trick-or-treat their way through the store, as well as watch an exclusive episode of PAW Patrol.

Accio Advent Calendar! Harry Potter advent calendars to be released for Christmas

The Harry Potter Advent Calendar is coming out Nov. 1 for $39.99, just in time for you to snag it for Christmas!

Ohio tests new clearance idea to sell off unwanted liquor

Ohio's Division of Liquor Control is testing a new clearance store idea meant to offload unwanted liquor at a premium price

Man accused of shooting dog multiple times with BB gun

Police say the man shot his dog multiple times with a BB gun because the dog wouldn’t come inside.

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

Although the fire is leaving students without a home, there were no injuries and the speediness of their TFD's response to the fire most likely saved a large majority of the complex.

Burger King prepares for Halloween with the ‘Nightmare King’

The burger features chicken, bacon and a burger on a green bun.

Historic St. Wendelin school building to be demolished

A piece of Fostoria’s history will soon be gone and you can get one last chance to say farewell.

  Toledo Fire and Rescue wants this simple tool in your home

After two deadly house fires in less than a week, Toledo Fire and Rescue wants to make sure you have a working smoke alarm in your home.

MI bans marijuana-infused alcohol

The new law does not apply to hospitals, colleges and pharmaceutical companies doing research.

BG Councilman Daniel Gordon resigns

Daniel Gordon emailed his letter of resignation on Wednesday morning.

7 Ohioans infected by drug-resistant salmonella strain

Symptoms from salmonella infection include diarrhea, fever, and stomach cramps.

Dept. of Health: 1 case of AFM, a polio-like disease, confirmed in Ohio

A case of the polio-like disease called acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM, has been confirmed this year in Ohio, according to the state’s Department of Health.

Crews called to Glass City Academy after apparent student overdose

School leaders don’t believe the student took drugs while at school.

Woman killed in north Toledo house fire is identified

Crews say a woman was found on the second floor of the home.

Man accused of stealing UT scooter

Police say it was obvious that the scooter was stolen because the credit card machine attached to the scooter had been broken off.

Infant carriers, baby bath support seats recalled

The infant carriers pose a fall hazard, while the baby bath seats pose a drowning hazard.

Woman charged in stabbing death of another woman in central Toledo

One woman was stabbed near Woodruff and Linwood Avenue near the Toledo Museum of Art.

Mexico Beach residents return home again _ some to no home

Residents of hurricane-ravaged Mexico Beach are returning home for the first time since Michael, but some are finding no home to return to

Bedford Schools look to upgrade buildings with bond proposal

Bedford Public Schools is looking to the community to pass a bond initiative to help improve some of their more than 50-year-old buildings.

Waite High School football team is the biggest fan of their biggest fan

Since returning home, Jason has fallen back in love with the sport of football and the Waite Indians have fallen in love with him.

Hunger banquet in Perrysburg teaches locals about world hunger

The Hunger Banquet at Zoar Lutheran Church gave students and members of the Perrysburg community a hands on, interactive opportunity to see how others live through the power of a meal.

Sandusky man arrested after ice cream order goes awry

A trip to the local ice cream parlor ended with a man behind bars Sunday in Sandusky.

‘Don’t call it a comeback’: Retired Eastwood football coach makes a return to the coaching staff

Jerry Rutherford was the head coach of Eastwood football for more than three decades. Two years ago he hung up his whistle. But before it could collect dust, he was back on the sidelines.

Addiction and mental health officials oppose Issue 1

Even though proponents of Issue 1 say more funding would go towards drug rehabilitation facilities if the issue passes, many in the substance abuse field oppose the November ballot measure.

Hancock County ADAMHS receives $4M grant for children’s mental health

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.

Hurricane Michael victims come to Toledo

Yancy Myers and his family are staying with family in Northwest Ohio because their home back in Panama City has been nearly destroyed by Hurricane Michael.

Adrian residents say their water still doesn’t seem right

This issue dates back to late July when city officials notified residents that their water was safe to drink and use, despite a strange odor and “earthy” taste.

Anson Pharmacy in Temperance suspected of over dispensing

The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs suspended the controlled substance license for the Anson Pharmacy.

Southeast MI pharmacist and pharmacy accused of over dispensing controlled substances

Anson Pharmacy of Temperance and the individual Lap Pan Chu have been served orders summarily suspending their controlled substance licenses.

Police identify man suspected of slashing woman’s tires, following her

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.

2 men injured after accident involving stopped semi

The Ohio State Highway Patrol says US 23 in Monroe is shut down just north of the state line due to a traffic incident. OSHP reports an air ambulance has been called to the scene.

Police looking to ID suspected purse theft

Police say the woman was with the man, and there have been several purchases made with the victim’s credit cards since the theft.

Students allegedly baked cookies with human ashes, served them to classmates

Police believe the ashes allegedly used may have been those of one of the students' grandparents.

In Florida, determining hurricane death toll proves elusive

In Florida, determining how many people were killed in Hurricane Michael's rampage is proving somewhat elusive

One man is dead after crashing car into parked vehicle

Police believe the victim began to experience a medical emergency, which caused him to lose control of the car

Red Cross ready to help provide hurricane relief but need your help

Monday you called to help victims through the red cross, but there’s more that needs to be done. You can help by not only making monetary donations, but also blood donations or volunteering your time.

Washington Local schools encourages students and community members to live drug free lives at annual Candlelight walk.

The candlelight walk is the schools kick off for all of their year-round drug prevention activities.

Impact with Hope is collecting variety of items for Hurricane Michael relief

Vital items the group is collecting include hygiene products, cleaning supplies, trash bags, gloves, non-perishable food items and flashlights with spare batteries.

Possibility for more options to travel by train through Toledo

From the Grand Lobby of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza, railway officials met today in Toledo to discuss adding more passenger trains to the area.

Port Clinton to take over city EMS service

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.

Million-dollar pledge helps expands cancer research at University of Toledo

The donation honors Hal Fetterman sister and three friends who died from pancreatic cancer.

$400K federal grant aims to help those with mental health issues in Lucas Co. jail

The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council in Lucas County announced Monday it's been awarded a $400,000 federal grant to help the council's Justice and Mental Health program.

Ohio U.S. Senate debate shines light on climate change

On the heels of Sunday night’s Ohio senatorial debate between Incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown and U.S. Representative Jim Renacci, climate change was a divisive topic for the two politicians.