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Toledo is home to Jeep headquarters and has two production facilities. It is known as the "Glass City" because of a long history of innovation in the glass industry. Several of the country's prominent glass companies originated in Toledo.
Local Newspapers: The Blade
Local Sports Teams: Toledo Mud Hens (International League)
Local Colleges: University of Toledo Bowling Green State University Davis College Lourdes College Mercy College
Zip Codes associated with toledo, ohio:
43617 43604 43605 43606 43607 43608 43609 43610 43611 43612 43613 43614 43615 43617 43620 43623
Towns/Cities near toledo, ohio : Oregon Ottawa Hills Rossford Walbridge Perrysburg Sylvania Northwood
East Toledo shooting victims identified
Dashawn Huggins, of the 700 block of Leach Avenue, and Deonte Lewis, address unknown, were shot while they were standing on the sidewalk at the intersection of Earl and Rogers streets at about 6:30 p.m., according to Toledo police. The victims were found approximately two miles away in the 2400 block of Navarre Avenue in Oregon, where officers and rescue crews found the men suffering from gunshot wounds.Free Thanksgiving meal sites in Toledo
There are plenty of places where you can grab a hot meal tomorrow if you need one. Several churches and non-profit organizations are prepping today to give families a Thanksgiving to remember.Woman gets probation for punching officer
A Toledo woman was placed on probation Tuesday for the June 5 attack on a Toledo police officer who was trying to arrest her. Amanda Adams, 34, of the 700 block of Brinton Drive, was given a sentence of three years on community control by Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Linda Jennings.Caregivers must care for themselves, too, during the holidays
Caregivers who already juggle their 24/7 role with work, family and household obligations may feel additional stress during the holidays. Julie Dangelo, Executive Director of Senior Centers, Inc., a community center for seniors in Toledo, Ohio, talks about knowing that she did a good job caring for her parents.Food bank's trailer stolen, right before Thanksgiving
It's a case of a real Grinch in Toledo. Someone ripped off the trailer used to haul food to a local food bank, just before the holidays.Court considers trial as adult for teen accused of fatal shooting
Police crime tape is still up near the 1800 block of Macomber Street where a larg large brawl occurred which resulted in the shooting death of De'Asia Wallace, 20, and the shooting of Tanaysia Young, 15, allegedly by Emannuel Garner, 16. A Lucas County Juvenile Court judge will determine Wednesday if a 16-year-old accused of fatally shooting a young woman and injuring another girl will be tried as an adult. Emmanuel Garner, 16, appeared Tuesday before Judge Denise Navarre Cubbon for a probable cause hearing for charges of murder and felonious assault.Would-be burglar shoots dog in the face, flees
Max, a 4-year-old Labrador retrievers mix was shot in the face Sunday evening during a burglary in the 700 block of Williamsville Avenue. He is recovering well.Family searches for answers after South Toledo shooting
Dakoda Rogers' family doesn't know why he was in South Toledo when he was fatally shot Monday, but they want to know who did it and why. "These heartless people out there with guns, running the streets.Three Ohio Pastors Charged With Conspiracy To Sex Traffic Children
Three pastors in Toledo Ohio recently appeared in court and was charged with conspiracy to sex traffic children. According to B.E.T. , Rev.East Toledo man shot late Monday
Brad Bollinger, of the 800 block of Berry Street, called 911 at shortly before 11 p.m. Monday to report he had been shot. The incident happened near Nevada and Main streets in East Toledo, according to police.Tax collections remain up in Toledo
Through the end of October, the city has brought in $136,367,655, which is 2 percent higher than revenue at this point in 2016, city officials told the finance and budget oversight committee on Monday. That growth is coming from increased withholding tax income, which is up approximately $2.8 million, or 2.6 percent, from last year.Decent weather but higher gas prices expected for Thanksgiving travelers
Mark Phillips, of Toledo, fills up his tank at a Kroger gas station in Toledo on Monday. Phillips will be staying in town over the holiday.GALLERY: Saint Nick makes an early visit
Dakota Szabo, 9, whispers to Santa what he wants for Christmas during a visit to the ProMedica Children's Hospital in Toledo. He was visiting his sister, Evelyn, 8, who is a patient.Toledo police detective recovering from shooting
Jamaine Hill, 38, who is accused of shooting Detective Jason Picking in the face during a search warrant in West Toledo, appears for his arraignment in Toledo Municipal Court. The Toledo police detective shot in the face during the search of a West Toledo home is recovering from his initial surgery.Toledo man placed on community control after arson charge
A Toledo man who set fire to his house to collect insurance proceeds was placed on community control for four years Monday by Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Gary Cook. Judge Cook also ordered James E. Mosher to spend 180 days on electronic monitoring, pay a yet-to-be-determined amount of restitution, and to register annually as an arson offender.Family, friends mourn slain Toledo woman on Transgender Day of Rememberance
Raven Peters delivers a reading during this year's Transgender Day of Remembrance ceremony on Saturday at the First Unitarian Church of Toledo. Rev. Tim Barger speaks during this year's Transgender Day of Remembrance ceremony.South Toledo woman charged with making false alarms
Heather Campos, 29, of the 500 block of Crittendale Avenue, is charged with making false alarms and inducing panic, both first-degree misdemeanors. Ms. Campos reported a hostage situation inside a residence in the 600 block of Colburn Avenue in South Toledo on Nov. 9, according to documents filed in Toledo Municipal Court.
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