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Staff from the Lucas County Coroner's Office have removed the body from the scene at the Lake View Shores Apartment complex on Key Street, near the Ohio Turnpike.
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A man who reported being shot early Thursday on a West Toledo street has been arrested in connection with a break-in at a nearby house whose occupant shot at a burglar.
Toledo Public School students helped spread holiday cheer at the third annual hope for the holidays drive.
Paul Doughty, grandson of 86-year-old murder victim George Martin, wants to send a message to his grandfather's killer.
It's an easy bet that not one Toledo public official nor any of the Toledo orgs mentioned in the Blade stories will speak out against the Blade's bizarre and negative "journalistic" tactics.
Results from the November General Election were too close to determine some of this year's winners.
Lucas County officials have started a gift-giving event to make the holidays special for foster children in the community.
Lucas County dog owners have new options for licensing their pets for 2014 thanks to a state legislative change that took effect Dec. 1. Owners can now purchase a three-year tag and a permanent tag.
Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Dog Warden's Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo.
In tonight's crime alert: Sexual assault kit testing leads to 766 hits. Ohio had a large number of kits that were never tested.
After agreeing to contract concessions, the firefighters union is calling on the city to bring back all of the firefighters laid off earlier this year.
Toledo Fire Department is responding to a fire at The Andersons on Monroe St. Additional details aren't available at this time.
Antione Garrett told police he and his girlfriend woke up to the sound of someone breaking into their home on the 3600 block of Laybourn.
A levy is needed for the Sylvania Township Fire Department to maintain its services and to avoid a deficit in 2015, the fire chief and township administrator said Wednesday.
A former city worker convicted of violating a protection order was placed on probation for three years and ordered to complete an anger management program.
Four other men have already been arrested for Lengel's murder and are all serving jail time after taking plea deals.