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Crews battle weekend ship fire in Oregon

Crews are battling a ship fire near 1800 Presque Isle Drive.

Police ID 5 workers killed in Illinois shooting

Lima man hospitalized after crashing into ditch

The Latest: Police: Aurora attacker shouldn’t have owned gun

Beautiful weather before Sunday snowfall

Union files unfair labor complaint against Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; paper owned by Toledo-based Block Communications

The director of Toledo Lucas County Public Library dies suddenly

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  Neighbors Frustrated with Racist Graffiti in south Toledo

BG’s Ohio State Highway Patrol post has dispatcher of the year, humanitarian award winner

CPAs encourage filing taxes early this year

Former Toledo police officer faces OVI charges after hit-skip accident

Put-in-Bay mayor pleads guilty to Conflict of Interest charges, will step down

‘Angel moms’ draw online attention after Trump’s emergency declaration to fund border wall

TPS substitute teacher put on leave after assault allegation

A woman claims the substitute assaulted her 13-year-old son last Friday, at Robinson Elementary School.

Ohio governor pushes for changes to arrest-warrant system

Among issues before the task force are prioritizing warrants for serious offenders who pose threats to public safety, the huge number of outstanding warrants in Ohio, and best practices for serving outstanding warrants.

‘Love mom and dad’: Girl writes what she thinks are her last words on arm during school lockdown

Seven-year-old Vanessa wrote the message ‘in case the bad guy got us and I got killed, you and daddy would know that I love you.’

Presidents have declared emergencies 60 times since 1976 – but Trump’s is unprecedented

It was the 60th time a sitting president had used the National Emergencies Act since it was passed in 1976. However, he used the law in a way no other president has before.

Parents, police outraged over the 48-Hour Challenge

Trump says he’s declare emergency to build border wall

Delta man sentenced to prison for sexual contact with person under 13

Planned Parenthood sues Ohio over new abortion restriction

Flu vaccine doing a relatively good job this season

Relax like a ‘Fixer Upper’ host: Joanna Gaines launches a line of home goods for Anthropologie

Road closed due to house fire in Ottawa Co.

The fire is happening on Oak Harbor Southeast Road in Port Clinton.

Researchers find clues that depression may speed brain aging

Depression has long been linked to certain cognitive problems, and depression late in life even may be a risk factor for the development of Alzheimer’s.

Man seriously injured after single-vehicle crash in Wood Co.

Police say the man had to be extricated from the vehicle and was transported to St. Vincent Hospital by air ambulance with serious injuries.

3 boys bought flowers for every girl at their school on Valentine’s Day

Three middle school students in Kansas made sure every girl and every woman at their school had a special surprise on Valentine's Day.

Eeeek! Tarantula with huge horn on its back discovered

Think you’ve already seen the scariest spider imaginable? This one says ‘Hold my beer.’

Personal servings of cookie dough are on sale at Sam’s Club; treat yourself!

Sam’s Club is selling yogurt-sized cups of cookie dough; a pack of eight costs $8.98.

Tinder-inspired app created to help cows find the perfect match

Moooove over,!

Perrysburg police look to ID woman as part of theft investigation

Police say they are looking for the woman in regards to a theft that happened at Dave’s Running.

BGSU expert breaks down border wall discussion

While we don’t know exactly what is next for the border wall, it’s surely something people across the country will be watching closely.

Stretching Your Dollar: New student loan proposals could impact your paycheck

Student loan debt is a growing problem in this country.

Toledo family raising awareness about congenital heart disease

We talk about matters of the heart on Valentine’s Day. Well that takes on a whole new meaning for a Toledo family whose lives completely changed with the birth of their daughter.

’911 - Where is your emergency?’ Wireless calls to emergency services face technical problems that can delay response times

It may be several more years before location-based routing is available. It will require a jump ahead in technology and also agreement among the major carriers.

People outraged and amused after LA Times publishes ‘French fry power rankings’

Do you agree with the rankings? Where does your favorite fast food chain rank?

Happy Valentine’s Day from OSHP, Cedar Point and more

Many local organizations have taken to Twitter with clever ways to wish you all a Happy Valentine’s Day.

Can you life-hack your way to love?

This new approach to dating takes advantage of the power of data.

Congress urged to fully open banks to marijuana industry

Bank officials have urged Congress to fully open the doors of the nation’s banking system to the legal marijuana industry.

Don’t fall for these fake IRS phone and email tax scams

You may get a call threatening you with arrest or a lawsuit if you don’t pay up now. The IRS says don’t fall for it.

Instagram users lose thousands of followers in seconds

Instagram users reported Wednesday they lost thousands of followers overnight and at least two celebrities may have lost millions. Instagram said it's investigating the "issue."

Rare ‘black panthers’ captured on camera in Kenya

Before this, the last confirmed sighting of a black leopard was more than a century ago in Ethiopia.

OSHP troopers seize $84,000 worth of cocaine, loaded handgun in Wood Co.

Police say the cocaine, worth $84,000, and the .380 gun, were seized during at traffic stop for a lane violation on the turnpike.

Katy Perry shoes get Twitter backlash for resembling blackface

The “Firework” singer’s shoes are the latest product in fashion that has received criticism over their resemblance to blackface.

Renhill conducting open interviews on Friday

Current openings include general vehicle technicians, robotic technicians, area leads and shift supervisors.

Off The Radar - Episode 42: Be Mine!

It’s Episode 42 of Off The Radar and we’re asking you to Be Mine! The team shares their Valentine’s Day traditions and thoughts. Plus we look ahead for the rest of the month of February.

TPD looking to ID man whose picture they found in stolen vehicle

Police are trying to identify this man whose photo was found in a stolen vehicle that was recently recovered by police.

Crime Stoppers of Lenawee Co. asking for public’s help regarding break-in at Blissfield business

Crime Stoppers of Lenawee County say the break-in occurred during the evening of Feb. 12 or 13 at Crossroads Chiropractic Office

Google building $600 million data center in Ohio

Google says it plans to build a $600 million data center in an Ohio city, part of $13 billion in planned investments this year.

Man arrested for shooting off fireworks “for attention” because he was mad his power went out

Police asked the man if he was done for the night and he replied, “I don’t know, I might have one more.”

Chuck E. Cheese’s denies serving leftover pizza slices after viral conspiracy video

Chuck E. Cheese’s denied a viral conspiracy that the chain serves customers recycled pizzas made from leftover slices after Youtuber Shane Dawson's “investigative” video showed pizzas made of slices that didn’t seem to fit together.

The ever-so-popular Shamrock Shake returns to McDonald’s

The iconic Shamrock Shake is back at the fast food chain for a limited time.

Valentine’s Day deals and freebies

You don’t have to be hit by Cupid’s arrow to enjoy great deals on Valentine’s Day!

Honda says it is recalling 437K vehicles for fuel-pump issue

Honda says it is recalling 437,000 vehicles in the U.S. to fix a fuel-pump issue.

Mexico now has an all-you-can-drink tequila train... the Jose Cuervo Express!

If you’re heading to Mexico anytime soon, and you’re a tequila lover, you may want to buy your tickets now for the Jose Cuervo Express.

Panera launching new double bread bowls; eat soup with a loved one on Valentine’s Day

This is what love looks like.

Disney reveals first look at ‘Frozen 2’ with teaser trailer

Disney gave fans a first look at their sequel to the Oscar-winning 2013 film, "Frozen."

SUV goes up in flames at central Toledo gas station

Witnesses say the driver pulled into the gas station and parked next to a pump, then caught fire a short time later. No one was hurt.

Toledo organization works to empower neighbors in case of an active shooter situation

Locally, neighbors are remembering the Parkland Florida tragedy, by becoming informed and engaged in case of an active shooter situation in our neighborhood.

Woman buys $2 million winning lottery ticket in Dundee

It’s one Monroe County woman’s lucky day after she won $2 million playing the Michigan Lottery’s 100X The Cash instant game Wednesday, according to Michigan Lottery Collect.

UPDATE: More than 1,000 Toledo Edison customers still without power after Tuesday’s storm

There is no timetable for when power is expected to return.

  Zoo-goers can start looking for new polar bear cub in spring, Toledo Zoo says

Mother, Crystal, is caring for the yet-to-be-named cub off exhibit.

Suspect in Cricket Wireless robbery is identified, not yet in custody

Toledo police are searching for a man caught on camera robbing the Cricket Wireless on Glendale. If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 419-255-1111.

Daniel Myers pleads guilty, sentenced to life in prison for 2015 murder of Heather Bogle

In April of 2015, Bogle was first reported missing after she failed to pick up her daughter from school. One day later, officers found Bogle shot to death in the trunk of a car in an apartment complex in Clyde.

Perrysburg schools investigating hate speech written in bathroom

Superintendent Hosler says last week the school opened an investigation into vandalism of a school restroom that “contained, among other things, hate speech.”

Ohio man charged with threatening to kill President Trump by cutting off his head

The indictment says Pitts “knowingly and willfully made threats” on June 15, 2018, to “get” President Trump by cutting off his head and hands.That same day, authorities say Pitts also made threats to kidnap and kill members of President Trump's family.

Ford recalls 1.5M pickups that can downshift without warning

Ford is recalling nearly 1.5 million pickup trucks in North America because the transmissions can suddenly downshift into first gear.

VERIFY: Yes, Trump has never taken a presidential paycheck

The President has donated seven checks, $78,333 after taxes each, to different government agencies.

February’s Full Snow Moon will be the largest supermoon of 2019

On Tuesday, February 12 at a approximately 4:00AM, the full moon will be the closest to Earth that it will ever be for 2019.

Shocking interactive map shows how climate change can affect cities in 60 years

In cities like Boston, New York and Philadelphia, the study says that climates in those areas will become like climates in the south and southwest.

The fate of ‘Friends’ on Netflix seems to be in jeopardy once again

'Friends' might not always be there for you after all.

A biscuit for bait: Kentucky fisherman reels in 20-pound goldfish

It's not every day you cast your fishing line and reel in what looks like a massive version of a family pet.

Alienation of Affection: In some states, you can sue your marriage’s homewrecker

"If a third party has inserted themselves into your marriage in some way and destroyed the love and affection in your marriage, you have a remedy available,"

Tennessee bill would prosecute moms for assault if their babies are born drug-addicted

Do you think Ohio should consider similar legislation?

CDC: People in 19 states potentially exposed to Brucella linked to raw milk

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are warning consumers about raw milk infected with Brucella that could have potentially been exposed to people in 19 states, including Ohio and Michigan.

NWS reminds pet owners to watch out for small dogs during wind advisories with unofficial “Small Dog Warning”

Be sure to make sure both your trash can and your dog don’t blow away!

Target recalls unicorn boots due to choking hazard

Target is recalling some sizes of Cat & Jack “Chiara” toddlers’ unicorn boots because the unicorn horn can detach and pose a choking hazard for children.

Red Cross offers shelter for those without power

Thousands of people are still without power in the area after Tuesday’s severe weather, and power is not expected to be restored until Friday. If you are one of those people, the Red Cross has a place you can stay.

Defiance Co. Sheriff’s office able to take 911 calls again

The Defiance County Sheriff’s Office has regained power, but says 911 calls are still being transferred to Williams County until further notice.

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

They say as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, they’ve handled over 500.

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.