Emma Henderson, WTOL 11

Emma Henderson


Toledo, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Emma:

Proposed City of Toledo budget emphasizes safety, roads

The budget is considered balanced, but is pulling millions from the city's rainy day fund. → Read More

Race for Toledo City Council between Moline and Dia heats up

The two candidates for the at-large seat on Toledo City Council are Tony Dia and Katie Moline. Here is a look at both of them and what they hope to do if elected. → Read More

Toledo-Lucas County Health Dept. breaks down Halloween, tailgate safety amid COVID-19

Toledo and Lucas County health officials explain how to have tailgate parties and go trick-or-treating during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Toledo doctors start preparing for colder weather as it overlaps with pandemic

We are beginning to see more cases pop up in Lucas County, so here's what you need to be vigilant about. → Read More

What does Lucas County upgrading to Level 3 mean for schools?

Lucas County is seeing an increase in coronavirus cases at the same time students are just now returning to the classrooms. → Read More

Park improvements proposed as popularity grows during pandemic, highlighting need

Improvements will be coming to basketball courts if city council approves funding. → Read More

UAW Local 14 members go to March on Washington

Local 14 President Tony Totty reflected on the union's role in the civil rights movement. → Read More

Bittersweet Farms hosts virtual fundraiser to continue programming through pandemic

The Whitehouse facility specializes in working with adults who have autism and leaders are preparing for an event on September 17 called "Celebrating Possibilities" → Read More

Toledo City Council approves funding for school resource officers

6 officers will be working with Toledo Public Schools and 1 will be with Washington Local Schools. → Read More

Toledo Pride going virtual, saying community is important during COVID-19

There will be a simulcast happening Saturday at multiple bars and available online. → Read More

Toledo City Council approves funds for police video storage

This sets the stage for the department to apply for grants to get additional body cameras. → Read More

Students, parents protest for in-person learning

About 100 parents, students and coaches showed up to protest for in-person learning and sports to continue. → Read More

Lucas Co. Regional Board of Health votes to recommend schools start year virtually

Toledo-Lucas County Health Department recommends fall sports be delayed until October 1 and that schools start virtually until at least that same date. → Read More

Toledo police chief reacts to policing resolutions approved by council

Chief George Kral plans to work with the city on changes to the Civilian Review Board. → Read More

Toledo City Council approves police reform resolutions

Three different new policies were passed, and council members are reviewing another two. → Read More

Protest in Maumee draws 400 people

The protest lasted two hours until some thunderstorms rolled through. → Read More

Insulin cap could help many northwest Ohio diabetics on Medicare

A pharmacist who specializes in diabetes says many here struggle to pay for insulin. → Read More

DeWine wants 90% to wear a mask. Some NW Ohioans have doubts it will happen

WTOL 11 spoke with several locals in Perrysburg about their thoughts on wearing a mask. → Read More

Scott High School, Mom's House graduate ready for college

Pregnant at 14, Ma'Nysha Burton wasn't sure if she'd graduate high school. Now she has a college acceptance letter. → Read More

Southeast Michigan business owner concerned over reopening plans

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced reopening plans for the northern part of the state Monday. → Read More