Amy Steigerwald, WTOL 11

Amy Steigerwald


Rossford, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Amy:

Salons and spas continue to keep COVID-19 out

The Beauty Bar Salon in Toledo is doing all that they can to continue to keep COVID-19 out. → Read More

3 pieces of advice a Toledo pediatrician wants you to follow this flu season

Since the flu season might be more challenging this year, a local doctor wants to make sure you're prepared. → Read More

Lucas County Board of Elections reports rise in absentee ballot requests

The deadline to register to vote in Ohio is Friday, Oct. 5. → Read More

Domestic violence shelters filling up as need for help grows during pandemic

Members of law enforcement are also responding to more domestic violence calls. → Read More

Toledo Fire Department assisting with Hurricane Laura relief efforts; Humane Society on standby

The Toledo Fire Department is sending help for relief efforts for Hurricane Laura. → Read More

Can working out help you build immunity against COVID-19?

Working out won't prevent you from getting COVID-19, but it can help alleviate your symptoms if you do get the virus, so long as you have no pre-existing conditions. → Read More

Toledo census participation numbers down

People living in Toledo have a low participation rate in the census. The deadline to complete it is September 30 and the results impact federal funding. → Read More

One year later: Dayton is still mourning after a mass shooting that killed nine people

Aug. 4 2020 marks one year since the mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio claimed 9 nine lives and injured 27 more. → Read More

Wood County Fair marches on despite limited options for visitors

County fairs across Ohio are looking a lot different this summer, and this week tighter restrictions are in place after an announcement from Gov. Mike DeWine. → Read More

Do businesses have to tell you if staff members test positive for COVID-19?

While this is an encouraged practice by doctors, it's not a legal obligation. → Read More

What to expect at the polls during the November election

Officials are expecting more voters to vote by mail this time around, as a way to avoid contact altogether. → Read More

Toledo Farmers' Market sees success during COVID-19 pandemic

The market used to be open only on Saturdays, but now it's also open on Sundays to spread out shoppers. → Read More

Wood County case numbers still rising; health official attributes it to private gatherings

Rising numbers are not necessarily tied to certain businesses. → Read More

Ohio Senators weigh in on potential second stimulus check

Some Ohio leaders say they support a second stimulus check, however they say it should more targeted toward Americans who really need it. → Read More

Parents weighing education options for the upcoming school year

Parents who have been home-schooling since before the pandemic say parents who deciding to home-school for the first time should prepare now. → Read More

Mask mandate exceptions: What people with disabilities want you to know

There are some people trying to find a way around wearing a mask in public by claiming disability, something that is upsetting to those with very real ailments. → Read More

American Red Cross in need of local in-person volunteers

Although many positions have been shifted to virtual opportunities, there are some jobs that must be done in person. → Read More

Health commissioner in favor of mask mandate in Toledo

Toledo City Council was set to vote on a potential mask ordinance on Tuesday but meeting was adjourned before council members could vote on any issue. → Read More

Mask mandate not out of the question for Toledo

Some major cities are mandating masks in public, and Toledo may soon follow suit. → Read More

Toledoans react to city council accusations

Many people feel these charges only add to the political divide our country is seeing right now. → Read More