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Northwest Ohio has its share of ‘real’ haunted houses

Have you ever wanted to take your Halloween chill-seeking to the next level?

1,500 people show up to support Down Syndrome Association

Fifteen hundred people came out on Sunday to lap around the University of Toledo.$55,000 is being raised for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Toledo.

1 injured after car goes under semi on I-475

Sylvania Fire said that the accident was most likely caused by medical issues.

Over 200 Lucas Co. residents still without power

There are still 239 people without power after a storm caused outages for over 2,000 Lucas County residents.

6 Cleveland Browns games will not be televised on WTOL this year, so plan accordingly

The September 20 and December 15 games will be carried exclusively by the NFL Network. Otherwise, the games will not be broadcast locally at all because FOX as the rights to those games and FOX will be carrying the Detroit Lions.

‘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.

Zombies invades uptown Toledo for 9th annual crawl

The undead have taken over Uptown Toledo

3-vehicle accident on Navarre Ave. sends 1 to hospital

Oregon Police say 30-year-old William Cairns ran a red light at Navarre Ave. while going south on Dearborn.

Police respond to injury accident in downtown Toledo

The accident happened around 3:30 p.m.

Over 2,000 without power in Lucas County

Toledo Edison says the outages are a result of a powerful storm front that moved into the area on Saturday afternoon.

Brown, Renacci debate Saturday in Columbus

The debate is from 6-7 p.m., and you can watch it on the live player in the story or during a Facebook Live event on the WTOL Facebook page.

  AMC show ‘The Walking Dead’ makes nod to Glass City

AMC's "The Walking Dead" features a sign pointing to Toledo in a recent episode. The nod comes just in time to celebrate the city's annual Zombie Crawl on Saturday night.

1 injured in Monroe stabbing

The incident occurred at approximately 3 a.m. on the 500 block of East Fourth Street.

‘Spirit of Sierah Run’ honors the life of Sierah Joughin

The race takes place on Saturday at 3 p.m. and starts at Timber Stone Jr. High (9000 W Sylvania Ave, Sylvania, OH 43560) and ends at Ice Industries (3810 Herr Rd. Sylvania, OH US 43560).

Ohio has 4 cases of mysterious illness striking children

State health officials say four cases of a rare, mysterious illness that can paralyze children have been confirmed in Ohio amid a jump in such cases nationally

1 injured after motorcycle crash on Airport Highway

One man is recovering in the hospital, following a motorcycle crash in Toledo on Saturday morning.

Several hope lotto luck strikes again in little Lyons

Your odds of winning is about 1 in 302,000,000 . While it may be small, some are taking the bet,but picking a particular store. A winning one in Lyons, Ohio.

Some school levies on November ballot aim to amp security

November elections are less than a month away and a lot of school levies are on the ballot across the northwest Ohio area. Schools like Washington Local, Sylvania, Findlay and Springfield schools just to name a few.

Tent City helps the homeless

The goal of the event is to get the homeless back on their feet. It’s sponsored by the group 1 Matters and was first held in 1990.

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.

Marissa English family’s recalls daughter’s dream meeting with Keith Urban

When Keith Urban greeted Marissa and her family Thursday evening before his concert, Marissa’s mom, Marlise Matthews, said it took a minute or two for it to all register for Marissa. But when it did, her face lit up and stayed that way for the entire 45-minute visit.

BG City Council seeks to fill open spot

People who are interesting in applying must live in the 1st Ward in Bowling Green and should submit a letter of interest along with a resume to the clerk of city council, Kay Scherreik, by Oct. 31

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:

TPD asks for help finding missing boy

Oscar Nolasco has not returned to his Mulberry Street home. He is a white male, standing 5 feet, 10 inches tall and weighing 196 pounds. If you have information that can help police find him, please call Crime Stopper at 419-255-1111.

Oregon Police: Tire slashing suspect in custody

Rogelio Velez is lodged in the Lucas County jail and his vehicle has been impounded. Police noted if he is bonded out or otherwise released from jail, he will be on a GPS ankle monitor.

TPD seeks help finding missing 13-year-old girl

Deasija Adams has been missing from her South Avenue home since Wednesday around 5 p.m.

’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!

Keith Urban visits hospitalized fan after Mercy nurses start social media campaign

Marissa English is a huge fan of country star Keith Urban. Her nurses at Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center launched a social media campaign in hopes of the singer meeting with her before his appearance in Toledo on Thursday.

Student’s school essay leads to rape sentence for Fremont, OH man

“The class was asked, I believe, to write an essay pertaining to obstacles that they had overcome in their life and she had disclosed that she had been sexually abused as a child,” said Detective Sergeant Kenneth Arp with the Sandusky County Sheriff’s Office.

Greek community at BGSU marches across campus in support of sex assault victims

Members of Greek communities at Bowling Green State University marched in solidarity with victims of sexual assault on Thursday.

Sex assault allegations turned over to BG police

Alexandra Stradlin first came out on Facebook accusing former councilman Daniel Gordon, her ex-boyfriend, of sexual assault. Her post got in the hands of members of the Wood County Democratic Party, who alerted the Bowling Green Police Division.

Vacant buildings on Secor still unfilled after big retailers clear out

With the closing of Sears, Elder Beerman and more, people now want to know what’s next for the area?

WTOL 11 interviews Richard Cordray ahead of November election

According to a new poll, Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Richard Cordray are still in a dead heat with 37 percent favoring DeWine and 36 favoring Cordray.