Ariyl Onstott, WTOL 11

Ariyl Onstott


Toledo, OH, United States

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Past articles by Ariyl:

TFRD: Accidental house fires on the rise during pandemic

Toledo Fire says there are more accidental house fires in the city this year than last year. Staying home during COVID-19, dry Christmas trees are factors. → Read More

Local treatment facility 'busier than ever before' amidst pandemic

Recovery advocates are worried that the opioid epidemic has worsened due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

The Ability Center's 'Tech for Rec' closet offers adaptive toy borrowing

Switch-adaptive toys allow users to control the items in ways that fit their learning style. → Read More

City a little cleaner after volunteer litter picker-uppers descend on south and east Toledo

If you want to get involved, there is one more summer litter pick-up scheduled for September 12. → Read More

Trading fireworks for tears: Community grieves officer's loss at Fourth of July memorial

Anthony Dia's family, friends, and complete strangers visit his memorial to say goodbye. → Read More

'It can be lonely' | Toledo firefighters reflect on Black History Month

The fire chief and a rookie firefighter share their stories and experiences. → Read More

Nature's Nursery gearing up for spring and you can help the animals too

If you want to help a critter in your yard, give Nature's Nursery in Whitehouse a call. Staff will often have you monitor the situation. → Read More

Take FREE yoga classes at Toledo-Lucas County Library

The classes will introduce the basics of Ashtanga Yoga, including breathing techniques. Yoga is at Main Library downtown every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. until Feb. 13. → Read More

Foster home shortage threatens Lucas County Children's Services resources

To help combat the shortage of foster families, Lucas County Children's Services are teaming up with Toledo-Lucas County Public Library. → Read More

How to safely plan your fall camping trip

Here are some tips on which products are worth your money and how to protect yourself from mosquitoes. → Read More

TPD officer explains why self defense skills are crucial for young students

Back to school means kids will face new environments and maybe even new dangers. A police officer says your kids should know self-defense techniques at any age. → Read More

Local Officers Run Special Olympics Torch across Lucas County

It's all to support the Special Olympics. → Read More

Eastside Bar Owners Facing Flack Over Bar Name

They say the controversy is a misunderstanding. → Read More

6 tips to keep your home safe when you're out on vacation

Vacation and summer months provide the perfect opportunities for thieves. → Read More

Strike continues: Mercy Health St. Vincent workers continue strike 24 hours later, Mercy releases insight to their offer

Strike organizer said many nurses don't want to strike and are heartbroken about it, especially during National Nurses Week → Read More

Caught Dumping? You’ll wear handcuffs.

Toledo City leaders will be enforcing stricter penalties for illegal dumping in the Glass City. They announced a zero tolerance policy Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Local family grieving loss of son

Kyle Notheis’ body was found at Highland Park Friday morning → Read More

Neighbors React After Body Discovered at Highlands Park

Neighbors told WTOL they were surprised to hear their park was turned into a crime scene and have mixed feelings about their neighborhood. → Read More

Sherrod Brown visits Toledo, reintroduces POWER Act

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-OH, joined Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp in Toledo Friday to lay out a federal bipartisan bill he is supporting aimed at fighting the drug epidemic. → Read More

Sex trafficking victim speaks in former pastor Anthony Haynes’ trial

Closing arguments are expected to take place Wednesday morning. → Read More