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Past articles by Allie:

Lucas Co. Rec Center could be torn down, handed to City of Maume

The Lucas County Recreation Center, which has sat there for decades, could be torn down soon. → Read More

TPD investigating one of their own for texting and driving

The woman who saw the officer texting said her issue with it is the mentality of "I can pull you over for it, but I can get away with it." → Read More

MLK Bridge now closed until late November

The MLK Bridge connecting Downtown to East Toledo is now shut down for the next couple months, and some business are getting ready for the impact. Traffic is a little heavier on Summit street Monda → Read More

Changes have been made to Toledo's leaf pickup

Streets, Bridges and Harbor leaders are hoping to give them a better idea of when crews could be on their street, and make the pickup more efficient. → Read More

Lucas Co. Commissioner candidate takes strong stance on jail iss

The Lucas County Commissioner Republican candidate Sandy Bashaw said that she wants the Lucas County jail to stay downtown, and just have renovations done. → Read More

New jail bond issues receive union support

Two local unions said they are supporting the bond issue to build a new Lucas County jail. This endorsement is coming from employees who comes in and out of the building every day. → Read More

UT Police ready for big crowds at Saturday’s Miami Hurricanes ga

The Toledo Rockets are taking on the 21st ranked University of Miami Hurricanes on Saturday at the Glass Bowl. More than 30 thousand fans are expected to be on campus for the game and tailgating. → Read More

Local high schools having trouble finding officials

A big part of many officials deciding to walk away from the game is the way they are treated by parents according to Browne. → Read More

Perrysburg School District suffers from bus driver shortage, loo

The district is in desperate need of bus drivers, and it's impacting parent's schedules and teacher's ability to educate students. → Read More

Perrysburg HS students interview teachers to remember 9/11

Many of this year's class of graduating high school seniors were born the year of the September 11 terrorist attacks. → Read More

Businesses, drivers prepare for MLK Bridge to close for months

In just two and a half weeks, the main artery from Downtown Toledo to east Toledo will close for almost two months. → Read More

Lucas County and Wood County voter guide to all ballot issues

It is exactly two months until voters will head to the polls for the November 6 general election. → Read More

City leaders working to educate neighbors with recycling inspect

No one is getting fined, leaders said this is more about education. → Read More

Initiatives blocked from ballot

Neighbors from both groups were furious after their initiatives were blocked from going before voters → Read More

Local restaurant moving into south Toledo building abandoned by

Within just one year, doors closed at Bob Evans, Ruby Tuesday, and Applebee's in south Toledo. Since last summer, those locations have sat empty. Now a local restaurant is moving in to a new locati... → Read More

Port Authority celebrates one year of flight bringing millions t

Toledo Express Airport celebrated an anniversary of bringing millions to the local economy on Wednesday. → Read More

Maumee mayor to move forward with other plans for water

Toledo city council is expected to make a decision Tuesday that could impact the region for decades. They will be voting to put a city charter change on the ballot for a Regional Water Commission → Read More

'Rocket Pride' week hopes to connect UT to the city

In an effort to create more of a connection of between the University of Toledo and the city, the mayor's office and school leaders unveiled "Rocket Pride" week. → Read More

$700M project moves along, comes to water agreement with City of

The $700 million Cleveland Cliffs project is underway in East Toledo. Just this week, Cliffs leaders got the green light from Toledo City Council to use the City's waste water for the plant. → Read More

City leaders don't report non-detect of microcystin, some neighb

In the city's water quality reports, microcystin has been labeled as non-detect for the last four years. → Read More