Three people charged in fatal shooting of pregnant Toledo woman
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Two additional people have been charged in connection to the fatal shooting of a pregnant woman in Toledo, police say. Toledo Police say Paris James, 35, and Jerry Scott, 26, are both charged with two counts of Aggravated Murder in the death of Tameisha Price and her unborn child, Malaysia Leani Price. A third person, Shatwiya Triplett, 34, is charged with Obstructing Justice in the case.
Former local Taco Bell employee accused of stealing from customers entering diversion program
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - A former local Taco Bell employee accused of making fraudulent charges on customers’ credit cards will enter a diversion program as prosecutors put a stay on his criminal charges. Prosecutors put a stay on Trevell Mosby’s identity fraud and theft charges in exchange for Mosby...
Teen dies after police chase, crash in west Toledo Tuesday; 2 others injured
Three people were hospitalized after a pursuit with Toledo police ended in a fiery crash early Tuesday. One of those victims, Jermaine Toler, 19, has since died.
Three suspects in custody in fatal shooting of pregnant woman in south Toledo
Paris James, 35, is charged with two counts of premeditated aggravated murder in the shooting death of Tameisha Price, 34. Two others have been arrested and charged.
Discover Maumee's Seafood Scene: 3 Restaurants That Will Hook You In
In this article, we're exploring three exceptional seafood restaurants in Maumee. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below!
New Goodwill store opens in Perrysburg
Perrysburg, Ohio (WTVG) - A new Goodwill location is opening in Perrysburg on Freemont Pike, officials say. The store will be located at 10027 Freemont Pike in Perrysburg, in the place of the former Bed Bath & Beyond. The new location is expected to have a drive-thru donation pathway and...
Man gets 30 months for mother's accidental shooting death
A Toledo man who killed his mother when he shot blindly into a stairwell at their home after hearing someone unexpectedly walking upstairs has received a 30-month prison sentence. Joshua Brown, 18, of the 2200 block of Warren Street, had pleaded guilty Feb. 15 to a single count of reckless homicide for the Nov. 20 shooting death of Deborah Baker, 53. Judge Lori Olender sentenced him Thursday in Lucas County Common Pleas Court to the 30-month term, six months short of the maximum for reckless homicide, a third-degree felony. Brown told police responding to an emergency call he had become afraid when he heard unexpected footsteps, retrieved a gun he had in his lap, walked out into a hallway, and fired a single shot into the stairwell. He was arrested that day. In exchange for his guilty plea, prosecutors dropped a gun specification that would have added three years of mandatory and consecutive prison time to his sentence. Judge Olender gave him credit for 102 days already served.
Nature Fresh Lights Nurture A Tasty “Fruit”
PHOTO BY JACOB KESSLER / THE VILLAGE REPORTERTHE GLOW … Nature Fresh Farms Greenhouse in Delta has lights on the inside that help the growth of the company's new organic strawberries. The light, which is brighter on some nights than others, has been seen as far north as Adrian, Michigan, the western part of Williams County, and more.
NCAA Football: Mid-American Conference Football Championship-Miami (OH) at Toledo
Toledo Rockets cornerback Quinyon Mitchell (27) breaks up a pass intended for Miami (OH) Redhawks wide receiver Gage Larvadain (10) in the third quarter at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Lon Horwedel-USA TODAY Sports
Detroit musicians to fill in at Valentine Gala
After the brochure was printed for the Valentine Theatre’s Heart to Heart Gala, the Toledo Symphony Orchestra and the Valentine collectively discovered a double booking mishap that would prevent the symphony from participating in the event, the downtown Toledo theater announced. This situation resulted in a change of plans for the gala, still happening 8 p.m. Saturday, as musicians from southeast Michigan and the Detroit area will now be coming to play, thanks to the Valentine’s long time musical contractor, Ron Kischuk. “We are more than pleased to once again work with Ron, and the nearly 40 piece orchestra he's providing to accompany the great Paul Shaffer, his band members, and the legendary Thelma Houston,” Matt Lentz, the director of marketing, programming, and public relations for the Valentine Theatre, said in a statement. “These situations happen on occasion, but we are fortunate to be geographically located with consummate, top-notch musicians nearby that play on their home turf of Detroit, nearby, and nationally.” Tickets for the gala are still available online until Friday at 4 p.m., starting at $40. Limited tickets will be sold at the door starting at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. More information can be found at valentinetheatre.com.
Neighborhood activist calls for more streetlights in north Toledo
TOLEDO, Ohio — A north Toledo man reached out to Call 11 for Action about neighborhood safety, specifically for kids. Alfonso Narvaez, a community activist in north Toledo, asked for help getting streetlights installed so children don't have to walk to school at Woodward High School in the dark.
Toledo Police say Hyundais and Kias continue to be targets for thieves
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - In a South Toledo neighborhood Wednesday morning, Erica Uballe said someone stole her car right out of her driveway. “Looked out my kitchen window and I didn’t see my car, and I was like, maybe I moved it up further in my driveway. Went out and looked and it’s completely gone,” said Uballe.
Plans To Restore Audubon Islands Call For Spring Construction Start
BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The Audubon Islands, located in the Maumee River between Perrysburg and Maumee, will soon undergo restoration, with plans expected to be completed before the end of the year. It’s been a several-year process, including committee meetings, studies and analysis of the best...
Blazing a trail in television news, starting in Toledo: WTOL 11's Charlene Mitchell | Black History Month
TaTiana Cash introduces us to one of the first Black female reporters at WTOL 11, Charlene Mitchell-Rodgers, who discusses her journey in journalism.
13 Action News Big Story: Immigration
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - U.S. Customs and Border Protections (CBP) found that border encounters between ports of entry dropped by 50% last month. However, CBP continues to face serious challenges along the border, including stopping dangerous drugs from entering the nation. You can watch the full big story above. See...