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Past articles by Jenson:

Sylvania City Schools announce plan to move in-person 4 days per week

Leaders with Sylvania City Schools announced Wednesday their plan to get kids back to the classroom under their "Green Plan" starting Oct. 26. OHIO. WTOL. COVID-19 → Read More

Watch Live: Ohio Coronavirus 2 p.m. Update

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is expected to talk about Rep. Becker's call for his impeachment as well as updates to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Lucas Co. Regional Board of Health votes to recommend schools start year virtually

Toledo-Lucas County Health Department recommends fall sports be delayed until October 1 and that schools start virtually until at least that same date. → Read More

Ohio Coronavirus Update: DeWine issues statewide mask mandate

The new mask order goes into effect Thursday at 6 p.m. for all Ohio counties. → Read More

It's Fry Day! Freebies, deals and discounts for National French Fry Day

McDonald's and White Castle are both giving away free orders of fries on the holiday, but a number of other fast food chains have additional deals in store. → Read More

GO 419 Takeout Takeover: Trouble choosing chicken? DuweyWings dominates.

DuweyWings in Toledo has chicken wings, boneless wings, chicken sandwiches, tater tots, french fries and more available to go. WTOL. → Read More

'Toledo Plus One' connects restaurants of the 419 with first responders amid COVID-19

Donations will provide meals to NW Ohio first responders from some of the most beloved restaurants of Toledo. → Read More

Tiffin woman surprised by car parade to celebrate 99th birthday

Communities like Tiffin across Ohio have organized car parades to celebrate birthdays and other milestones while still practicing social distancing. WTOL. Toledo. → Read More

COVID-19: Why the numbers reported from local agencies may differ from ODH

Every day, state and local leaders provide updates on COVID-19; the most sought after numbers being the ever-changing case count in our own backyards. → Read More

Findlay 7-year-old gets birthday parade after COVID-19 closures cause his party to be canceled

What started off as a bummer birthday turned into a community celebration for one 7-year-old in Findlay last weekend. → Read More

Toledo Lucas Co. Health Dept. hosts COVID-19 Q&A translated in Spanish, Arabic

The Toledo Lucas County Health Dept. will be holding Facebook Live sessions every Wednesday in Spanish at 1 p.m. and in Arabic at 1:30 p.m. → Read More

What does COVID-19 stand for?

As we've become inundated with updates about the ongoing pandemic, the terms coronavirus and COVID-19 have become a key part of our vocabulary. → Read More

Parks still open amid DeWine's stay-at-home order

On Sunday, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine issued a "stay-at-home" order, but Ohioans can still get fresh air at parks across the state. → Read More

Fish fries of the 419: Where to go this Lenten season

There's Lenten fish fries taking place all over the Toledo Catholic Diocese. → Read More

Day 5: Jury to begin deliberation in case of slain 3-year-old Malachi Barnes

Closing arguments wrapped up Friday afternoon. The jury is expected to begin deliberation on the 2018 case that left 3-year-old Malachi Barnes dead. → Read More

Rock band TOOL takes on Toledo this spring with tour stop at the Huntington Center

Tickets go on sale for the May 4 concert this Friday at 10 a.m. → Read More

Holey Toledough celebrates new NASA discovery with ‘Black Hole Donut’

In honor of NASA’s big reveal of the first ever image taken of a black hole, the local donut shop has released a new outer space-themed treat. → Read More

Texas gun rights activist announces lawsuit against nation’s bump stock ban

The device can be attached on a semi-automatic weapon to make it fire rounds more rapidly. → Read More

Linked by pain: 2 school massacre survivors, dad kill selves

With help, people can overcome their suicidal impulses. → Read More

Checkpoint to take place on Wooster St. in BG

The Ohio State Highway Patrol announced that an OVI checkpoint will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday night on Wooster Street in Bowling Green → Read More