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  11 Investigates: Monroe Co. commissioner’s traffic record draws scrutiny by fellow board members

At a March meeting, Commissioner Gary Wilmoth made a motion to begin the process of removing Gregory Moore Jr. from the board, and the motion was seconded. But only Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer can remove an elected commissioner from the board.

Fresh ethical questions surround Maumee mayor

Maumee City Council calls for special meeting

Maumee city administrator open to settlement

  11 Investigates: Sunny Farms Landfill requests hearing on license renewal

  11 Investigates: Puppy owners dispute statements by owner of Michigan dog shelter

  11 Investigates: Sickened, dead puppies spark outrage, questions

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  11 Investigates: Does TikTok app share personal information?

  11 Investigates: Troubled past clouds Sunny Farms’ future in Seneca County

  11 Investigates: Neighbors furious at local, state officials for lack of action on controversial landfill

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

  11 Investigates: Handheld speed cameras

Emergency meeting possible in Maumee after disclosure of investigation

  11 Investigates: Local nursing home has pattern of wrongdoing, documents show

Green Springs' Eden Springs owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in outstanding bills and is in violation of state regulations.

Maumee City Council blocks investigation into city administrator; he remains on paid leave

At Monday’s meeting, council also voted to give law director Beth Tischler a Friday deadline to send the four complaints found in the December ethics report to the Ohio Auditor’s Public Integrity Assurance Unit and the state’s Ethics Commission.

  11 Investigates: Violence in the ER

Perhaps most worrisome to the everyday patient is that 80 percent of those who say violence is increasing believe that violence has directly impacted patient care.

  11 Investigates: Coroner speaks out about body found in storage building, calling conditions ‘public health hazard’

A bogus funeral business and a loophole in the state law may be to blame for letting this happen and letting other grieving families down.

Perrysburg’s deputy fire chief is reinstated

  11 Investigates: Maumee administrator placed on leave after city council meeting, sparking heated discussion

  11 Investigates: An ethics report cleared the Maumee mayor’s administration, but added fuel to an ongoing firestorm