TPS: State decision could take away services for hundreds of local kids

Board members say a state decision could change the way child care is funded in the state.

Charges include tampering with records, deception to obtain a dangerous drug, and theft in office.

Some Toledo residents who live on Prospect Ave. in Toledo said they have been complaining about old trees. The city spokeswoman said she has reached out to the commissioner who oversees Engage Toledo to get a report on complaints, as well as, the commissioner of the Parks, Recreation & Forestry for information.

The Cincinnati Zoo has said it's not amused by the memes, online petitions and signs about Harambe, a 17-year-old great ape killed in May by a special zoo response team after a 3-year-old boy got into his enclosure.

Lenawee County announces first travel-related Zika case

Local and area school starting dates

Quads come early, doubling family's size

City of Toledo's Water Quality Board for 2016 season

Appeals court: Week of early voting shouldn't return to Ohio

Iraqi Doctors find hope at UT Medical Center

County stays in CCNO, new jail put on hold

Pint-sized strangers surprise local ODOT crew

TV news crew finds missing woman while covering story

Feds propose ban on swims with Hawaii dolphins

Obama visits flood-damaged Louisiana in show of support

Walbridge couple upset, says their 5-year-old son was dropped off at wrong location on first day of school

Attempt to ID: theft suspect steals cash from clerk's hand

Animals removed from TLU Rescue facility

Toledo Police looking for missing woman

Supreme Court rules Spencer Twp. Trustee Valentine to keep spot

McDonald's recalls millions of Happy Meals fitness bands

"Hundreds" of jobs to accompany new Overland Park tenant

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