The discovery of three missing women who police say were held captive in an Ohio home for a decade has put an unexpected spotlight on McDonald's.More >> McDonald's says it will reach out to a man widely quoted in accounts of the three women who were found in Cleveland after they went missing about a decade ago.More >> Ohioans who earn minimum wage will see a boost in their hourly pay beginning Sunday. The state's minimum wage has increased 30 cents to $7.70 per hour.More >>
Eunice Brillhart has pictures of herself on her page and her grandchildren and great-grandchildren comment on the photos in appreciation.More >> Olivya Broadie, an 8-year-old author from Michigan, inspired fifth grade students at Jefferson 5th/6th Elementary School Wednesday.More >> Jeff and Anne Collins were devastated when Jeff lost his job.More >> The name may be a little misleading.More >> Terry Shook thought he'd probably never see his wallet again.More >> Mary Jane Burdette has been making quilts for 30 years.More >> A long line of kids this morning, all holding bags full of donated items. They took part in the "Stuff the Truck" program at Charlotte Country Day School.More >> 37-year-old Elizabeth Carroll's dog Daisy was left homeless when she was killed in a car accident in June.
"I think it's a great way to raise money," said Fredrick. She says it's also a good way to introduce folks to horses.More >> Jason Hamilton is hoping The Toledo Conspiracy will serve as an example of what a little hard work, and a little luck, can do.More >> Brandon Allen has been practicing martial arts for 16 years. Hannah Wagner has been training for almost seven. More >> Some local church folks with big hearts are renovating a home for a Stony Ridge woman. And they're doing it for free with help from the Northwest Ohio Carpenter's Joint Apprenticeship Program.More >> Ben's Table, inspired by owner Deb Pirooz's son Ben's death, is helping heal his mother.More >> The 11-year-old beat 27 other kids for the bronze medal in Moultrie, Ga. But, being able to step up on that podium didn't come without a lot of work. More >> Social networking brings people from around the world together and the Driehorst family has used social networking to win a kitchen makeover. More >> Ninety-four-year-old Ellen Wallace starting signing autographs back in the 1950s. But, now she's signing those autographs at her very first art show.More >> As part of Girl Scout Appreciation Week, local Dairy Queen stores invited Girl Scout troops behind the counter to see how the business runs.More >> A Toledo neighborhood is getting a fresh boost thanks to some very special community gardens in four spots near Western and Broadway.More >> The Toledo International Youth Orchestra will be traveling to Tanga, Tanzania, as part of a musical and medical mission trip.More >> When a person is diagnosed with cancer, the patient isn't the only one who suffers. Loved ones can find it very hard to deal with, especially kids. More >> Aaron Martin has been drawing comics for years, and all that practice paid off in a recent contest with the Toledo Mud Hens. More >> The musicians behind "A Good Place to Call Home" are just as proud of being Toledoans as they are of their winning song.More >> Three local high schoolers are turning their love of science into an effort to help save some green.More >> This clothing drive focuses on helping families in need and building a school outreach program.More >> Project Search pairs special needs students with unpaid internships at University of Toledo and businesses in the area.More >>