This week on Leading Edge, the man who wants to run for governor as a Libertarian in Ohio and the president of a local liberty group.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry speaks to two area residents fighting what they characterize as growing inequality in America. Hear with exactly they mean, and why it's a problem.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry speaks with Ohio's Senior U.S. Senator about the situation in Ukraine, money to solve Findlay's flooding problem and more.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with the head of an organization bringing more than 700 employees to downtown Toledo. ProMedica President and CEO Randy Oostra talks about the company's reasons for moving downtown and how the move will work.
One year to the day after their son died in a drunk driving accident, Jerry sits down with Cindy and Brian Hoeflinger.
After heavy snow, wind and record temperatures made driving treacherous this week, both Lucas and Wood Counties went to a level 3 snow emergency.
This week, Jerry speaks with State Representative Tim Brown for a look back at 2013 and a preview of the year ahead in state government.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with one of Toledo's lawmakers to discuss a recent pet sales ordinance and look ahead to city council's 2014 agenda. Hear what Councilman Rob Ludeman has to say about the dog law he helped write, and the year ahead in city government.
This week, Nicole Collier joins Jerry to dig deeper into the murder of 18-month-old Elaina Steinfurth. Hear new details of the case from Lucas County Prosecutor Julia Bates and Toledo Police Caption Brad Weis just days after Steven King and Angela Steinfurth accepted plea deals in the case.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry digs deeper into a plan to privatize Toledo Express Airport with the two men proposing to buy the property. Hear why Doc and Dock David Treece are interested in the airport, and what they plan to do to buy it.
This week on Leading Edge – he's led Toledo Catholics for a decade. Now Bishop Leonard Blair has been named Archbishop of Hartford, Connecticut.
Fresh off election night victories, Jerry sits down with two leaders of the city.
This week, Jerry sits down with two close observers of the Toledo Mayor's race: WTOL11's Rob Wiercinski and Toledo Free Press writer Bailey Dick.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry speaks with State Representative Barbara Sears, Councilman Adam Martinez, Pastor Tony Scott and Team Impact member Jeff Neal.
This week, Rob Wiercinski fills in for Jerry and sits down with three experts to talk about domestic violence.
Jerry speaks with Jeffrey Korzenik, Chief Investment Strategist for Fifth Third Bank for an experts look at how markets will react to congress' action, or inaction.
This week on Leading Edge: healthcare exchanges open and the federal government shuts down.
It was a surprise for many watching Tuesday's municipal primary. Toledo City Councilman D. Michael Collins finished a close second, meaning he'll face off with Mayor Mike Bell in November for a chance to run the city.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry speaks to Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur about the possibility of a strike on Syria, the budget and every other issue facing congress as they head back from summer recess.
This week, Rob Wiercinski fills in for Jerry. First off - the civil war in Syria. Rob speaks with Dr. Marc Simon of Bowling Green State University to discuss the international and domestic politics of the situation.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with two men getting ready to enter their first full year as leaders of two of northwest Ohio's largest school district.
First off, Rob speaks with Latonya Harris, coordinator of the Lucas County Juvenile Treatment Court. Hear about a grant that has changed the way the court does business, and helped get kids treatment instead of jail time.
After two major sink holes caused traffic issues, and one swallowed up a woman's car with her inside, Jerry sits down with Toledo City Council Utilities and Public Service committee Chairman Joe McNamara and Public Utilities Director David Welch.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with Ohio Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor to talk jobs, health care and even the Toledo mayor's race.
Get the latest on what's happening on campus, and their opinions on state and national issues, from Bowling Green State University President Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey and University of Toledo President Dr. Lloyd Jacobs.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry speaks with a man working to get same-sex marriage recognized in Ohio.
Toledo saw two men convicted of murder this week in what the prosecution said was a gang-related crime.
It was a big week of decisions from the United States Supreme Court. Jerry sits down with two University of Toledo law professors to wade through the significance of these rulings.
Jenna Lee fills in for Jerry this week, and speaks with to Ohio statewide office holders. First, Jenna speaks with Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine about what parents can do to prevent child abduction, and what they can do after a child goes missing.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with Representative Bob Latta to discuss all things national politics.
The tragic story of a deadly tornado that ripped through Moore, Oklahoma this week had many in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan remembering another deadly storm.
What began as a peaceful uprising has become a full-fledged civil war in Syria. One Toledo doctor, born in Syria, is working to bring an end to the bloodshed and peace to his home country.
Jerry sits down with officers Flo Wormley and Byron Daniels of Toledo Police to discuss crimes against children, and the program they run to keep kids out of trouble and graduate from high school.
Unemployment in America continues to fall, but at a painfully slow rate. So what is causing the slow employment growth relative to overall economic growth, and what can investors expect from the remainder of 2013? Jerry sits down with a man paid to know the answers to those questions; Jeff Korzenik is Chief Investment Strategist for 5/3 Bank.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry speaks with residents of a Toledo subdivision that has been without natural gas service for nearly a year.
It's becoming a crowded field; another candidate declared her intention to run for Mayor of Toledo this week. She made the announcement on Tuesday, and Lucas County Auditor Anita Lopez sat down with Jerry Anderson on Sunday to explain why she wants to be mayor.
He's the new man in charge at Toledo Public Schools, but he may be a familiar face. Jerry sits down with Dr. Romulus Durant just days after his promotion to Interim Superintendent.
Up first this week on Leading Edge, Jerry speaks with Representative Tim Brown of the Ohio House of Representatives.
This week, the United States Supreme Court heard two cases related to same sex marriage. First, the court heard arguments on the constitutionality of California's Proposition 8, which banned same sex marriage. The next day the justices were asked to consider whether the Defense of Marriage Act, passed by congress and signed by President Bill Clinton in 1996, is constitutional.
This week, Jenna Lee fills in as Jerry heads to Columbus to speak with Ohio Governor John Kasich.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with City Councilmen D. Michael Collins. Hear the latest on the controversy involving the purchase of several SUVs used by the mayor's office, and what needs to be done to update Toledo's water treatment plant.
For the first time in more than 600 years, the College of Cardinals has convened in Rome to elect a new Pope while the last Pope is still living. Jerry speaks with University of Toledo Endowed Professor of Catholic Studies Dr. Peter Feldmeier about what to expect from the election and the soon to be new pope.
Toledo City Council has a new president. Paula Hicks-Hudson was elected to lead council this week after several ballots. Keeping you on the leading edge, Jerry sits down with Councilwoman Hicks-Hudson to discuss her plans as council president.
Ohio Governor John Kasich delivered his State of the State address this week in Lima, Oh. Jerry speaks with two leaders of state government for reaction to the speech.
This week on Leading Edge with Jerry Anderson, Jerry speaks with Congressman Bob Latta from Washington. Hear Latta's response to the President's State of the Union address, and his thought process in voting for a bill that raised taxes on high income Americans.
Last week Ohio Governor John Kasich unveiled a plan to change the way schools are funded in the state.
It's official. Toledo Mayor Mike Bell is running for reelection. Jerry sits down with Mayor Bell to discuss his announcement, his plans for the next four years and his ideas on Toledo Public Schools.
Jerry speaks with Dr. Brain Patrick about gun control, Sean Enright about his appointment to Toledo City Council and President Obama campaign Citizen Co-Chair Kenyetta Jones about the inauguration.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with a member of city government, state government and leaders of a local high school's centennial celebration.
This week on Leading Edge Jerry sits down with the people behind three big news stories of the week.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with two members of the Ohio Action Coalition to discuss their stance on the "fiscal cliff" negotiations.
This week on Leading Edge with Jerry Anderson, Jerry sits down with Toledo Mayor Mike Bell and Ohio State Representative Barbara Sears.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry speaks to Toledo City Councilman D. Michael Collins. Collins, an independent, represents District 2 in Toledo's south end.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with a man stepping up after the election.
With just two days to go until Election Day, all eyes have turned to Ohio. The swing state is likely to decide who will lead America for the next four years.
This week on Leading Edge, Jerry sits down with pollster Stanford Odesky and political analyst Michael Beazley to discuss the state of the race for president in Ohio and nationally.
This week on Leading Edge, Craig Thomas fills in for Jerry and speaks with Toledo City Councilwoman Lindsay Webb and United States Senator from Ohio Sherrod Brown.