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Past articles by Kelsey:

Mason Consolidated closed on Wednesday

TOLEDO (WTOL) - Mason Consolidated has reported that it will be closed on Wednesday. The closure is due to a power outage. Copyright 2018 WTOL. All rights reserved. → Read More

Northwest State Community College holds week long manufacturing

On Tuesday, they kicked off with a luncheon and round table discussion. → Read More

Salvation Army Holiday Assistance Program helps families in need

In 2017, the Salvation Army assisted 10,114 people during the holidays; 6,112 of them being children. → Read More

Local school district to ensure every student eats with food pan

The district has over 30 percent of students, who are eligible for free or reduced meals. Although the pantry might look small, it's making a big difference → Read More

Victim of apartment fire loses everything, on the road to recove

She said her and her kids are traumatized from the incident and they have a long road of recovery before they are back to normal. → Read More

Neighbors speak out about lack of fire extinguishers following a

Neighbors at the Woodland Apartments, that caught fire last week, are claiming they didn't have working fire extinguishers. → Read More

Local rescue crews team up with high schools for training

Not only was this hour long training beneficial to the students, but also the emergency crews with Toledo Fire, police and officers on University of Toledo's campus. → Read More

Parents say back to school shopping causes stress on families

While many of you might enjoy shopping, back to school shopping is another story. 75% of parents say it's the most stressful time of the year and tends to cause tension between family members. → Read More

Free health fair offered this weekend

The health fair is open to the public and offers a variety of services. → Read More

How to nip summer allergies in the bud

Experts say you have to be proactive than reactive when it comes to your allergies. Don't wait for them to hit you before seeking treatment. → Read More

Local housing market currently favors sellers

If you're looking to sell your house, now is the time to put it on the market. → Read More

Local firefighters to receive special training on child abuse al

There are 14,000 kids living in foster care here in Ohio and by 2020 it's expected to increase to 20,000. → Read More

April 17 is here: You have until midnight to file taxes

You only have till midnight tonight to file your taxes! If you won't have your taxes filed by then, you need to file for an extension. → Read More

Get your computer tuned up for free at Penta Career Center

The school is hosting a Tune Up Fest, where you can bring your computer into the center have the IT students work on it for free. → Read More

Project MORE in need of tutors

Fostoria junior and senior high students are still feeling the effects of a fire that damage their school earlier this month. → Read More

Severe weather causes shortage of blood donations

Severe weather, along with the holiday and flu seasons, caused the Red Cross to be 28,000 donations short in November and December → Read More

Space heater the only heat source for family at Miracle Manor

A mother of six children said all her children sleep on the floor in the living room around the space heater, because it is their apartment's only source of heat. → Read More

Friend of K-100's Harvey Steele speaking out about importance of

Byron Clark suffered from congestive heart failure in October 2014 and had a heart transplant in 2016. Harvey Steele had two liver transplants that extended his life by twenty years. → Read More

Protesters demand voices be heard during Attorney General's visi

While Attorney General Jeff Session's was inside the U.S. Attorney's Office Monday at Four Seagate to speak on crime prevention, about forty people were outside protesting. → Read More

TPS, Perrysburg schools recruiting bus drivers

There is a nationwide shortage of bus drivers and northwest Ohio is only one of those affected areas. → Read More