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Police arrest suspect accused of shooting man in the head

A 21-year-old Toledo man has been charged in the wounding of a man shot in the head earlier this week near Sammy’s Carryout in South Toledo, police said. Cornelius Henry was charged with felonious assault in the wounding of Elijah Rome, police said in a document filed in Toledo Municipal Court.
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Toledo man sentenced to more than a decade in prison for drug trafficking, firearm offenses

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - A Toledo man has been sentenced to more than a decade in prison for illegal possession of methamphetamine pills and firearms. On May 17, Travis Darnell Brown, 40, pled guilty to possession with intent to distribute more than 400 pills of meth, carrying a firearm in relation to a drug trafficking crime and being a felon in possession of a firearm, giving him 12 years in prison.

Woman's dog shot while walking in North Toledo alley

A woman was walking her dog in an alley in the 300 block of East Hudson Street when an unknown man approached and shot the dog multiple times. Christy Scraberry, 41, was out with her dog just after 9 p.m. Tuesday when the incident occurred. No scene nor suspect was located, according to police documents.

Shots fired Tuesday at central Toledo mart, no injuries

TOLEDO, Ohio — Toledo police were dispatched to JB's Food Mart on the corner of Isherwood Street and West Bancroft Street Tuesday afternoon for a report of a person shot. Officers did not find any injured people, however, according to a police report. Police said vehicle occupied by two...

Strangles Cases Confirmed in 3 States

Animal health officials reported the disease in Florida, Michigan, and Ohio. On May 18 the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development reported two Kent County, Michigan, Thoroughbreds—a 14-year-old gelding and a 4-year-old mare, with clinical signs starting March 28 and April 29, respectively—tested positive for strangles on May 11. Both horses, which live on the same premises, presented with nasal discharge, the gelding developed a fever, and the mare had enlarged lymph nodes. Another four horses are suspected to be infected. These horses’ vaccination status is unknown, and they are recovering in voluntary quarantine.

Tips for avoiding and dealing with ticks

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Ticks can be out any time of year, but they’re especially prevalent during the warmer months. “Don’t go into the long grass,” is a great quote from the Jurassic Park franchise, and it’s a good piece of advice on how to stay away from ticks.

Organizers respond to questions raised about Toledo Taco and Margarita Fest

A taco and margarita festival sure sounds like a blast, but the one slated to take place in Toledo this summer is raising red flags online. The Toledo Taco and Margarita Fest is scheduled to take place at the Huntington Center on Aug. 6. According to the Huntington Center website, the event includes a “custom food and drink menu, live music, pro wrestling and more.”

High gas prices hit local food trucks hard

MAUMEE, Ohio — These high gas prices may also have you paying more at your local food truck. "I go to Sam's [to fill up] once a week for the truck - that's Mondays," explained Beastro Burger Truck owner Adam Brandt. "Then I fill the generator three times a week. So that's another 15 gallons."

Just because Banana Bread

ROSSFORD — Brenna Reynolds’ Banana Bread with Crumble started out as a basic bread, but evolved into a treat bursting with sweetness — and topped off with even more crunchy sugar. “My favorite reason to make it is ‘just because.’ It’s an expression of my love,” Reynolds...

Beckett’s Burger Bar receives chamber grant

Beckett’s Burger Bar is the recipient of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce Investor Grant for the first quarter of 2022. George Strata, owner of Beckett’s Burger Bar, applied for the grant in hopes of using the money to aid in their construction and furnishing of a back-room lounge.
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Is Vertical, Soilless Farming the Future of Food?

Like other clean, fast-casual concepts, the menu at Ohio-based, Asian-fusion chain Balance Grille is largely veggie-forward. But rather than sourcing all produce from outside suppliers, the four-unit brand offers fresh, local items courtesy of its own green thumb. Thanks to a nearby 8,600-square-foot, vertical, aquaponics farm owned by the concept, much of the brand’s produce is grown by Balance Grille itself.

Drop-In, Chill Out: Kayak Launches Around Toledo

Looking to drop-in those paddles this summer? Toledo and the surrounding area have a multitude of options for kayaks, paddle boarding, canoeing and more. Toledo is nestled along the Maumee River Water Trail, which stretches over 100 miles. Forty access points are available from Maumee Bay to the Ohio-Indiana border.

Feel Good Friday: Girls On the Run

MAUMEE, Ohio (WTVG) - A local organization is training girls to be stronger, not only physically, but mentally as well. On a sunny Saturday morning, some 500 girls hit the pavement at the Shops at Fallen Timbers. It was the Spring Flower Power 5K, hosted by Girls on the Run of Northwest Ohio; the culmination of ten weeks of hard work and dedication.

Mud Hens announce 2022 Hens and Hounds games

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Hens and Hounds games are back at Fifth Third Field and the Mud Hens want you to fetch a great time with your furry companions. During these dog-friendly games, the Mud Hens will step onto the field as the ‘Mud Hounds’ wearing specialty ‘Mud Hounds’ jerseys and caps. According to the Mud Hens, there will also be a special seating section for fans to catch the game with their dogs.

Toledo Spirits Celebrates The Return Of The Old West End Festival Like A King

Toledo Spirits is excited to announce that Andrew Newby, CEO and co-founder of Toledo Spirits Company, and his wife Kristin Kiser, owner of Black Kite Coffee, have been named King Wamba and Queen Sancha of this year’s 49th Old West End Festival kicking off on Friday, June 3rd and running through Sunday, June 5th.