Dan Cummins, WTOL 11

Dan Cummins


Toledo, OH, United States

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Past articles by Dan:

Significant social security boost announced for 2023 amid record-high inflation

Social security recipients will see a raise of 8.7% next year, following up on the 5.9% increase in 2022. → Read More

Nine years clean, Holland man talks about kicking drugs

Fielding Corbin says he is rebuilding his life nine years after kicking drugs. → Read More

Flag City Honor Flight to take veterans on first flight since pandemic

The group will take 81 veterans to see memorials in Washington D.C. on June 7. → Read More

Wreaths Across America visiting Toledo Memorial park on Saturday to honor veterans

Over 2 million graves across the country will receive a wreath this year. → Read More

Solheim Cup fundraising opportunities available for charity groups during event

Charities are needed to work the concession stands in exchange for 8% of the proceeds, plus tips. → Read More

Ohio farmers discuss newly expanded H2Ohio program

Local farmers are signing up for the newly expanded program at the Ottawa County Fair and discussing practices they take to prevent fertilizer runoff into waterways. → Read More

Saving the Old South End: Initiative gives a face-lift to one of Toledo's oldest neighborhoods

The Historic South End has homes that are up to 100 to 130 years old. The streets of Crittendon, Walbridge, Eastern and Western have 80 homes that have been fixed up → Read More

Pandemic creates challenges for veterans dealing with mental health issues

Is the pandemic making it harder for veterans to get help with mental health issues? → Read More

H2Ohio plan to soon be underway, first meeting for farmers takes place next week

DeWine's H2Ohio program recommends voluntary changes to each farm with $30 million available to farmers as an incentive to make the changes happen. → Read More

Toledo Army veteran sues 3M, claims flaw in earplugs led to hearing problems

Tim LeDoux served 20 years in the Army, retiring with the rank of sergeant first class. He said he has no regrets, except for that constant ringing in his ears. → Read More

Area farmers ready to close the book on difficult season

Once the weather turned around this summer, crops made up for lost time. Helping out was the hot sun and rain every few days, which made corn yields about average. → Read More

Local woman works to save lives after losing grandson who took his own life

Earlean Belcher a.k.a. Queen Cookie is sharing her grandson's story on Amazon as a documentary to help others. → Read More

Suicide rates spike for both active and retired US veterans

Last year, 45,000 Americans took their life and in the military, that’s magnified even more. → Read More

'H.O.O.V.E.S.' program steps in to help veterans emotionally reconnect with others

H.O.O.V.E.S. is not therapy, but it is training, coaching and helping each veteran figure out how to tear down the walls that block emotion. → Read More

Inclusive hiring proves beneficial for Maumee company, employee

Spencer is in his early 20s and loves to keep busy at his job at Maumee-based Conwed. → Read More

Perrysburg farmer, still recovering from winter ice jam damage, having robust crop

Although some of the damage to the River Hollow Horse Farm are still evident, the farm is running at 80% of its production capacity. → Read More

Stretching Your Dollar: The best way to buy insurance

A company in Maumee can help you get the best healthcare coverage for you. → Read More

Stretching your dollar: how you can save money with moving expenses

Dan Cummins breaks down the best ways to hire a moving crew. → Read More

Stretching Your Dollar: Save money and time on lawn care

A local business owners shares tips to keep your lawn in looking great. → Read More

New York county to declare state of emergency amid measles outbreak

The state of emergency will go into place at midnight on Wednesday. Under the declaration, anyone who is unvaccinated and under the age of 18 will be barred from public spaces. → Read More