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Bugger, left, and Nala were found to have killed two show-quality pigs and injured a third, all owned by Stephanie Sonnenberg of Bedford Township, in May. Two Sylvania Township residents are calling for a Michigan law to be changed while they scramble to find a way to save their Ohio dogs from a looming death sentence after an unsuccessful court ... (more)
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo.
The bonds are a voted general obligation of the district, secured by an unlimited ad valorem tax levy outside the 10-mill limitation.
An Oregon man charged with setting a fire that killed two Toledo firefighters was indicted today along with his son on unrelated synthetic drug charges.
The Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority said Thursday that they have been made aware that someone is posing as an LMHA employee while attempting to collect cash deposits from residents.
Lucas county has 119 sirens positioned so you'll be able to hear when there's an emergency, take cover.
In the three months Marquise Perry has been locked up in the Lucas County jail, he is believed to have assaulted at least three people and smeared feces around the food-tray slot of another inmate's cell door, according to sheriff's reports.
Signs warn of the Anthony Wayne Bridge's closure for ex ten sive re pairs and ren o va tion, a project that will begin March 17 and continue for 19 months.
A program is helping dozens of people achieve the American dream. It's called Welcome Home.
The Reference and User Services Association has selected the winners of the 2014 achievement awards, which provide research and travel grants in recognition of the nation's most exceptional librarians, libraries and projects involving reference services today.
Toledo has the unpleasant distinction of leading the state in arson fires. From 2009 to 2012, our city reported more annual arson cases than any other community in Ohio.
Defendant Quincy Allen, right, sits with his attorney, Phil Carlisle, for his jury trial Tuesday in Lucas County Common Pleas Court.
Toledo-Lucas County officials are in the process of developing a strategy to make Northwest Ohio a more welcoming community for immigrants and refugees, much like Michigan and other Ohio and Wolverine cities have done over the past several years.
The Lucas County Board of Commissioners today unanimously approved - beginning immediately - a 60-day pilot free-feeding program at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control for dogs who guard their food, most of which had been killed in the past.
A Toledo man charged with murder was ordered today to remain in the Lucas County jail in lieu of $1 million bond.