Amy Steigerwald, WTOL 11

Amy Steigerwald


Rossford, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Amy:

TARTA bus drivers keeping the wheels turning despite rising COVID-19 case numbers

Since the coronavirus pandemic started, four TARTA bus drivers have tested positive for the virus, which has raised concerns in the community. → Read More

The Ability Center in need of 'foster dog parents' as pandemic puts strain on typical agencies

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become more difficult to house service dogs in training. → Read More

Local doctors weigh in on possibility of COVID-19 vaccine

With local case numbers reaching record highs, doctors claim this can't come soon enough → Read More

Who is running for sheriff in Wood County?

Wood County voters can pick one of two candidates for sheriff on their ballots. → Read More

Northwest Ohio voters show up in strong numbers for early voting

Social distancing signs and class dividers between voting machines can found at voting locations in both Lucas and Wood Co. → Read More

Local boards of Elections detail how they keep absentee ballots safe

A big misconceptions about absentee ballots is that they are the last ballots to be counted, when it reality they are actually the first ballots to be counted → Read More

Donating plasma for COVID-19 patients through American Red Cross

The American Red Cross organization has seen more people willing to donate plasma since the pandemic. → Read More

ODOT hiring dozens of snow plow drivers

ODOT is looking to fill roughly 65 seasonal, full-time positions this winter. Those positions will span across districts 1 and 2. → Read More

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