Gang violence in the Glass City has some Toledoans living in fear. Toledo Police say they have added officers to the gang task force.More > Gang violence in the Glass City has some Toledoans living in fear. Toledo Police say they have added officers to the gang task force. Toledo News Now's Jonathan Walsh investigates where Toledo's gangs are based, and what police are doing to catch them.More > What's the one thing you always have with you? For a lot of us - it's our phone. So, what if you were in a true emergency and your phone could double as a weapon?More > What's the one thing you always have with you? For a lot of us - it's our phone. So, what if you were in a true emergency and your phone could double as a weapon?More > The economy is improving, and recent conditions are reflected in the travel industry. Not only are travelers spending more, but hotels, airlines, and cruise lines are, too.More > The economy is improving, and recent conditions are reflected in the travel industry. Not only are travelers spending more, but hotels, airlines, and cruise lines are, too, as they look to capitalize on consumers' wanderlust.More > It sounds like a bad joke: millions of tax dollars going into the pockets of successful business people. But it sounds even worse because many of the people who get the money say they don't need it.More > It sounds like a bad joke: millions of tax dollars going into the pockets of successful business people. But it sounds even worse because many of the people who get the money say they don't need it.More > Gone are the days of leaving your doors unlocked and your windows and garages open. Detective Sargeant James Gross says, "Burglaries are up, thefts are up, all those type of things are up."More > Gone are the days of leaving your doors unlocked and your windows and garages open. Detective Sargeant James Gross says, "Burglaries are up, thefts are up, all those type of things are up."
Arson - It's the fastest growing crime in Toledo, and one of the most costly acts of violence.More > Arson - It's the fastest growing crime in Toledo, and one of the most costly acts of violence.More > Colic, crankiness and digestive issues can cause stress for parents and babies alike. Now some parents are turning to doctors normally focused on adult patients for help: chiropractors.More > Colic, crankiness and digestive issues can cause stress for parents and babies alike. Now some parents are turning to doctors normally focused on adult patients for help: chiropractors.More > With the welcome spring thaw that is sure to come, the fears of flood waters are also on the rise for communities that sit near the region's many rivers.More > With the welcome spring thaw that is sure to come, the fears of flood waters are also on the rise for communities that sit near the region's many rivers.More > A growing number of Americans are borrowing money at an unlikely place - retail stores. Consumers are not just borrowing money on store credit cards these daysMore > A growing number of Americans are borrowing money at an unlikely place - retail stores. Consumers are not just borrowing money on store credit cards these days. Stores are offering complex financial services from mortgages to life insurance.More > The FDA just issued a new warning because investigators are finding prescription mistakes happen with pet medications too.More > You've heard about devastating medication errors happening with people, but pet owners listen to this: the FDA just issued a new warning because investigators are finding prescription mistakes happen with pet meds too.More > Lucas County has investigated close to 2,000 smoking complaints since 2007. It's issued more than $300,000 in fines. But it's only pocketed $9,300 of that amount.More > Lucas County has investigated close to 2,000 smoking complaints since 2007. It's issued more than $300,000 in fines. But it's only pocketed $9,300 of that amount.
Armed teacher trainings have been popping up throughout Ohio, but the idea is as contentious as the gun control debate itself.More > Armed teacher trainings have been popping up throughout Ohio, but the idea is as contentious as the gun control debate itself.More > Watch our special report on saving money instantly - on WTOL 11 News at 11.More > Saving money is a priority for everyone - no matter if you're single or a family of five.More > However, some crime and gun experts are not so sure the Safety Bullet is safe for your family.More > The Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act (VGB), which went into effect in Dec. 2008 following the death of the 9-year-old in a spa entrapment, aims to prevent accidental drownings and make it safer for kids to have fun in a swimming pool.More > Doctors learn how to do their jobs in medical school, partly by working on human cadavers. The bodies are people who chose before their deaths to be donated to medical schools like the University of Toledo Medical Center.More > Residents at many Toledo homes say they can't relax on their own front porches because they live next to nuisance homes with grass as high as 5'.More > Ohio is looking at different ways to reduce the prisoner population, including letting some criminals out of prison early -- or even avoiding prison all together.More > As the U.S. continues fighting wars on two fronts, many folks do not always think about the men and women fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. But an Ohio couple, whose son was injured in Iraq, wants to make sure people remember.More > A retired Ohio State Trooper, who has seen every accident imaginable, got his son extra training when the teen began driving.More >
The county says a huge misconception is people think they'll receive a letter if a sex offender moves near them, but that's not necessarily true.More > Get this: That TV you bought a few years ago for $6,000 can be replaced for about $600. So here are some things to consider when wrestling with the repair or replace conundrum: How long should it last? And how much will it cost to replace?More > Investigators say her son Jimmy Fleischmann is among the persons of interest, and now they don't know where he is.More > One woman's nightmare operation has left her terrified for the past nine years.More > Wanting to know what weatherization products can do to help save energy, News 11 equipped one Toledo home with $60 worth of products to see if they help save energy in the month of February. The products were donated by The Andersons and the house, by Ray Hayton and Melissa Netry.More > Over 9 million people become the victims of identity theft each year.More > Kids in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan are using drugs in vast numbers. If you don't believe it, please read this article story. It could save your child or a child you know.More > WTOL-News 11 has been leading the investigation into the cluster and the agencies involved.More > One Toledo woman was at work when she collapsed. She's alive today because her co-workers knew what to do.More >
When Angela Jones walked out of her house after having been awakened by her son, she saw the limb that he'd told her had fallen on her car. Trouble is, she had no insurance.More > A possibly distracted driver started a four-car pileup on I-475 at Airport Highway. It’s a type of accident could likely happen to just about anyone.More > The screen has a patented steel-rod latch on the inside that makes it easier to open than some typical window screens. More > Is paintball dangerous or just plain fun?More > If your house was built before 1978, lead could be lurking within in your walls. More > Deals and sales are keys to financial survival in these uncertain times. So, it's expected that shoppers will scour local newspaper for coupons.More > In just the first three months of 2009, the City of Toledo has paid out $1,932,000 in overtime. That appalls some people.More > Toledo city leaders say they're open to possibly changing city policy when it comes to impound lot fees.More > Eight weeks from graduation 2 years ago, a Bluffton University bus carrying members of the baseball team went over an Atlanta overpass. Senior Tim Berta narrowly escaped death, and began his long road to recovery. Find out just how far he's come.More > Take a trip wth the coupon mom and learn how to save big bucks the next time you go to the grocery store.More > What will make you stand out in the toughest job market in decades? More > News 11's Jonathan Walsh hunted down some of the Councilman Tom Waniewski's Dirty Dozen and talked to judges in charge of punishing these career criminals.More > There's a new test that claims to tell women whether she is having a boy or girl as early as 7 weeks into pregnancy. It's called the pink or blue test, and we showed you how it works. More > December means Christmas and graduation for Defiance College senior Candace Schmitt. It does now. It almost didn't. A sharp, sudden headache interrupted homework and was still painfully present in the morning. Then came pressure behind the eyes and fluid in the ears. More > In a wireless world, signals from numerous devices are being transmitted all over the airwaves. Sometimes those signals are being picked up by the wrong people and they are watching you in your bank, your church and even your home.More > Ronald Bowman, 72, was arrested Oct. 2 for the murder of Toledoan Eileen Adams, who was 14 at time of her death in 1967. A woman who saw the news report of Bowman's capture says she knows he's the one who took her as well. Chrys Peterson has this report.More > Get a little creative in the kitchen, and it just might translate to more love in the bedroom.More > Your grocery cart could be full of germs. News 11's Lauren Lowrey gets to the bottom of this really disturbing story.More > Having your home broken into or being assaulted are bad enough. But having a family member or friend intentionally killed? Tim Miller breaks down your risk for murder!More > Got a few pounds to lose? This shoe might just do the trick for you.More > A northwest Ohio family is going through another nightmare. After one of their children has gone through a fight with cancer, now another of their children has been diagnosed. More > One owner warns our scrapper about how illegal our stuff is. But then as our scrapper is about to leave, he says, "I'll give you 20 bucks for it. That's about all."More > An Ottawa Hills student says, "I could find ways around anything... drug tests... even surprise drug tests."More > Thousands tuned in last night to watch our furnace sting. See what this rip-off artist had to say.More > Did you know that something that can be grown in your own garden can get your kids high? It's called Salvia.More > You might be surprised to find out just how long the system has allowed some officers to stay on light duty -- and what they're paid. Is it a fair system? You decide.More > If you like to clip coupons, you'll be happy to hear that there are some great bargains to be had when it comes to prescription drugs. More > Did you miss our special that aired Thursday night at 11? Here are some highlights.More > Did you miss last night's special report on who's trolling social networking sites? Here are some highlights.More > In this News 11 Special Report, Jonathan Walsh talks with impassioned members of a neighborhood block watch that arms folks with walkie talkies and has them checking the creek and walking the streets when someone go missing.More > If your property disappears, you'll be contacted once it is used by someone else. The company then does the legwork and lets police know where the product is being used. More > Two people escaped opposing sides of a war and fell in love halfway around the world. Did you miss our News 11 special report Thursday night? Here are the highlights.More > The accident that happened nearly two years ago shattered dozens of lives. There was no alcohol involved, and all the kids were wearing seatbelts. But an instant of bad judgement started a series of events that changed all their lives.More > Did you miss our special report Thursday night? Here are the highlights.More > Turns out many baby teething rings are made with a dangerous softening agent, as News 11's Brad Harvey reported in this News 11 Special Report.More > Did you miss the News 11 update on Bluffton bus crash survivor Tim Berta Wednesday night? Here are the highlights.More > Benefactors donate at least $1.20 each time they e-mail any of the 3,000 women waiting for breasts implants.More > Tim Harrison rescues exotic pets in our area. "In one year I caught the same tiger three times," Harrison says.More > Jerry and Gwen Coniker founded the Apostolate for Family Consecration to help strengthen and preserve family life around the world. Click for this News 11 Special Report. More > It's one of the fastest growing drug addictions in the country: abuse of the prescription painkiller, oxycontin, reports News 11's Melissa Voetsch in this special report. More > Our area is now among the nation's leading regions in home foreclosures, and rip-off artists are trying to capitalize, reports News 11's Dan Bumpus in this special report.More > Diagnosed with breast cancer, Teresa Allgiers couldn't receive treatment because she was pregnant with twins -- a surprise to her. News 11's Special Report tells her story.More > Looking to fool your boss, so you can get the day off? Admittedly, there some high tech new ways. But if you get caught, losing your job might be just the beginning of your problems, reports News 11's Dan Bumpus. More > What images could moms possibly want -- and on which part of their bodies? This investigative report on Mommy Tattoos aired Wednesday night on News 11 at 11. Click to read -- and to watch.More > In last night's special report, Jonathan Walsh visited a north Toledo neighborhood that managed to turn things around. More > The final part of this series airs Tuesday at 6 p.m. on News 11.More > News 11's Shelley Brown has done extensive interviews with former teen prostitutes and the people who are trying to help them. Click to read this third story in a series of three on this disturbing topic. More > Click to read Part II of Shelley Brown's report on teen prostitution in the Toledo area. Be sure to watch the video -- and to read Part I, which aired at 6 p.m. on Monday.More > News 11's Investigative Report: A warning for parents aired Thursday night at 11. Clicking here may help you save a young life. More > Experts say GPS units are great for getting you around town or the country, but if you're not careful, thieves can get vital information they need to burglarize your home. More > Which smoke detector went off 8 minutes later than the others? News 11's Smoke Detector Test is on Thursday at 11 p.m.More >
The state of Ohio now says there's definitely an abnormal amount of childhood cancer cases around Clyde and Green Springs, about 50 miles east of Toledo. The 18 families involved in the study want answers quickly, but state and county health leaders say they're moving as fast as they can.More >