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Former Michigan Quarterback Devin Gardner Lands New Job

Since his playing days ended in 2018, former Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner has gotten into broadcasting. After getting started at the high school level with Bally Sports, Gardner made his debut calling college football for FOX last fall. He also broadcasts games for the Fan Controlled Football League. This summer,...
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Prominent insider reveals “freakiest” athlete in college football

College football is full of incredible athletes, but some obviously stand out from the pack. And one prominent college football insider has revealed his list of the best athletes all across the country, including Michigan defensive tackle Mazi Smith, who he deems the “freakiest” athlete in all of college football.

4-mile contamination plume continues to move toward Ann Arbor's primary water source

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WXYZ) — A massive contamination plume in groundwater in the Ann Arbor area is continuing to spread and no one knows where or if it will stop. "This is probably the nation's largest, if not the world's largest dioxane contamination of its type because they used it pure," said Roger Rayle, who has been collecting data on the contamination plume and its source for years.

Dine in the 419: Bombay Kitchen

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) -The flavors of India come to life on Monroe Street with a Toledo twist. It’s Indian Street Food at Bombay Kitchen. “Well, I have wanted to open a restaurant. That was my dream since I was young,” said owner Rita Jassal, who moved to Toledo from New York City about five years ago.
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Can Minnesota win the Big Ten West? Will Michigan & Penn State underachieve | Number One Ranked Show

FOX Sports’ RJ Young breaks down which teams in the Big Ten will do better than their preseason win totals, and which teams will fall short. RJ is high on the Minnesota Golden Gophers, the Purdue Boilermakers, and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights to exceed their totals, but he believes the Michigan Wolverines and Penn State Nittany Lions will fall short of theirs. RJ also gives his best bets to put ‘Money in the Bag.’

Free back to school event builds momentum for new year

Jaylen Walker of Maumee expects the coming school year to be the worst ever because he feels that school gets more challenging academically every year. On Wednesday, the 11-year-old Gateway Middle School sixth grader said he felt “a little better” about going back to school.  “I’ve got my book supplies and my hot dog. I enjoyed everything here,” young Walker said, adding that he has about 14 more vacation days. The boy was one of about 100 children who received their free backpacks with school supplies in the first 30 minutes of a back-to-school community gathering at Seaway Marketplace, 1707 Cherry St., in Toledo store manager Steve Tracy said. 

Toledo to replace all customer-owned lead lines

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - The City of Toledo is going to utilize $10 million of the American Rescue Plan Act funding to replace all customer-owned lead lines in the city. According to the Division of Water Distribution, there are estimated to be about 3,000 lines still in use. In order...
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Ohio State, Michigan lead the group of six Big Ten teams who can compete for the CFP | Number One Ranked Show

RJ Young shares which Big Ten players he believes will have a breakout season, including two from the Ohio State Buckeyes. Then, RJ explains why he thinks there are six teams in the Big Ten who can realistically compete for the CFP, but believes only one will actually make the playoff. Finally, RJ gives a prediction for who will win the Big Ten Championship game.

New York Pizza Depot celebrates its 25th anniversary

Photos from New York Pizza Depot in preparation of their 25th anniversary in downtown Ann Arbor on August 10, 2022. The owners of New York Pizza Depot, Domenico Telemaco, Mauro Telemaco, Giovanni Telemaco, and their mother Anna Grillo at their store in downtown Ann Arbor on August 10, 2022.Get Photo.

Toledo Newsboys remember John Gunckel at Woodlawn memorial

TOLEDO, Ohio — The Toledo Newsboys gathered Wednesday to celebrate their late founder John Gunckel at his grave's pyramid monument in Woodlawn Cemetery. The club started this annual celebration in 2004 and always meets up on a Wednesday near Gunckel's birthday, Aug. 16, to kick off the Newsboys season.

Customer feedback used to develop Telesystem marketing campaign

A Toledo-area company is using customer feedback to launch a new national marketing campaign. Telesystem, which provides voice communication, infrastructure, and cybersecurity to customers across the country, has launched a campaign titled “IT’s About Trust.” The marketing initiative is driven by customer data, which has been extensively gathered and analyzed, said Stephanie Revill, the marketing manager for Telesystem who spearheaded the campaign’s development.

TPD looking for suspect who allegedly assaulted, robbed victim at Circle K

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Toledo Police are looking for a suspect who stole from, and assaulted a victim at Circle K on July 26. According to TPD, the victim, a 24-year-old woman, was standing in line at the Circle K on Secor holding a $100 bill when the suspect told the victim “That’s my money, give me my money!”

Renovations to Toledo School for the Arts almost complete

TOLEDO, Ohio — A project Toledo School for the Arts staff have been working on for the past three years is almost complete. Some of the new renovations happening on the second floor at TSA include larger classrooms and a new cafeteria that isn't located in the basement. The school raised $9.4 million to make this happen.

High E. coli levels close Washtenaw County beach for 3rd time this summer

WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI - For the third time this summer, a popular Washtenaw County swimming spot is closed due to high levels of E. coli bacteria. The beach at Independence Lake County Park in Webster Township north of Ann Arbor closed for swimming on Wednesday, Aug. 10, after routine testing revealed unsafe levels of the bacteria, according to the Washtenaw County Health Department and Parks and Recreation Commission.