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State School Board Member in Lima Video included

A state board of education member was in Lima tonight talking to a local group about the state of education today. District 1 state board member Ann Jacobs, of Lima, spoke before the Black Network meeting More>>

Lima Utilities Committee Meets To Discuss Garbage And Refuse Contract Video included

The City of Lima's garbage pick-up contract is about to expire. Every 5 years a contract is negotiated by the utilities committee and waste collection companies.  the committee gathered to discuss previous More>>

Downtown Construction In Lima Is Affecting Local Businesses Video included

The downtown re-construction project has been underway for almost a month and has created a few issues along the way. The minimizing of lanes, replacing curbs and resurfacing is messy project on Elizabeth More>>

A Time to Plant Video included

April in Ohio is a great tree planting month and with Earth and Arbor Day being celebrated next week, now is the perfect time to get out in the yard to get something growing. More>>

Ohio Food Bank Receives check Video included

The West Ohio Food Bank was the lucky recipient at a check presentation on Thursday, on behalf of the company Fresh Encounter. Fresh Encounter, owner of Community Markets, made a donation with funds raised More>>

LRITA Tech Conference Video included

The Lima Regional IT Alliance (LRITA), holding the annual LRITA Tech Conference on Thursday. More than 240 people attended the conference, including 28 vendors, making this year's event the largest since More>>

Howard rejects plea deal Video included

A Lima man, accused of aggravated murder was in court for a final pretrial hearing in Allen County Common Pleas Court. Twenty year old Randell Howard Jr. is charged in the death of Joshua Davenport in More>>

Suspect in Saturday murder receives $1 million bond Video included

18 year old Jaquone Phillips appearing in Lima Municipal Court. More>>

April 17, 2014 Edition of Crime Stoppers Video included

If you have any information about these subjects, or any crime in general, please call Crime Stoppers at 419-229-STOP. More>>

Lincolnview Hall Meeting On Wind Farms Video included

The use of wind farms in Ohio has been a growing debate and now it's hitting home in northwest Ohio. Iberdrola renewables has plans to develop new wind farms in van wet and lipstick. A town hall meeting More>>

Lima Public Library Renovation Video included

Lima Public Library is getting a make-over. After 24 years the interior of the library's main floor is being updated. Changing technology has outdated the way people currently use the library. The goal More>>

Drunk Driving Victim Talks to Lima Students Video included

Cory Winfield and his wife Lindsey talked about drinking and driving on Wednesday, with seventh and eighth graders from St. Rose, St Gerard and St Charles. After leaving his shift at the Marion City Police More>>

Congressman Jim Jordan Talks With Students in New Bremen Video included

Congressman Jim Jordan made a stop in New Bremen on Wednesday to talk with juniors and seniors about their 1st Amendment Right (Voting), and things happening in Washington. The upperclassmen from New More>>

Wright State University President Makes a Visit Video included

Wright State University President, Dr. David Hopkins was the guest of honor at St. Marys Rotary meeting Wednesday afternoon. Dr. Hopkins updated rotary members on the ongoing efforts at Wright State University More>>

21 swear allegiance to America Video included

It's an honor that many born and raised Americans take for granted, yet many foreigners strive for years to achieve.  Tricia Bell takes us to Findlay where 21 people officially became American citizens during their naturalization ceremony.  


Former Kalida teacher returning to court Video included

A former Kalida teacher will be back in court to be re-sentenced for sex crimes. More>>

Uhlenhake pleads not guilty Video included

A Celina man has pleaded not guilty to six charges including attempted aggravated murder. More>>

Organ Donors Save Lives Video included

Organ transplantation is one of the most remarkable success stories in the history of medicine, but what's even more remarkable is the gift of life. One man received that gift, and was given a second chance More>>

Your Kids Parent Support Group Video included

Your Kids First Parent Support Group was created at the beginning of the school year for parents of children with disabilities.  Now the group is preparing for summer and they are brainstorming on activities More>>

Rhodes State Tuition Increase Video included

Last year Rhodes State College increased tuition by two percent and they are looking to do it again for the 2014 to 2015 school year.  Previously, Rhodes had a four year period from 2007 to 2010 when More>>

New Park in the Works Video included

The Johnny Appleseed Park District is working on making some additions to the park system. More>>

Consolidated 911 Dispatch? Video included

Currently there are 7 dispatch centers within Allen County depending on jurisdiction. Some safety service officials believe one centralized center would better serve the community. More>>

Meeting EPA Requirements Video included

The Allen County Sanitary Engineer says that the county is nearing completion of improvements to meet EPA requirements set in motion more than a decade ago. More>>

Mental Health officials push for levy Video included

A levy request from the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Allen, Auglaize and Hardin Counties was narrowly defeated in November.  However, the agency is bringing the issue back to the ballot this May.  


Wind Turbines Near Indian Lake Video included

Kea Shaffer is a landowner in Roundhead, and has agreed to allow EverPower Wind Holdings to place four turbines on her land. The turbines are part of Scioto Ridge Wind Farm, a 17,000 acre project, of which More>>

Bids received for construction Video included

Work on the Shawnee Road roundabout continues as bids come in for construction. More>>

Kiwanis Tree Packing Video included

1450 trees are packed by members of the Kiwanis Club, K-Kids, and Builders Club.        Providing trees to first graders in the counties is a tradition that is kept in memory of James Macdonnell who passed More>>

Our Daily Bread Celebration Video included

With 23 years of service, Our Daily Bread Soup Kitchen honors those who have helped them serve and they are simply saying thank you. One person who has been around Our Daily Bread since the beginning More>>

Husky Refinery Maintenance Video included

They're also in the process of re-starting units and residents may notice additional odors. Officials ensured us there is no danger to the public. More>>

Assistive Technology Video included

Area teachers, parents and administrators gathered in Wapakoneta on Monday for the 5th Annual Assistive Technology Vendor Fair. The vendor fair shows how technology can be used to eliminate barriers created More>>

Wapakoneta Job Ready Site Video included

"Roads, Rail, Ready." That's the phrase being used by the Economic Development Office to sell the job ready site in Auglaize County. The 476 acre parcel of land is located just south of Wapakoneta, on More>>

Ohio Gay Marriage Video included

A federal judge made his ruling on Monday, ordering Ohio authorities to recognize the marriages of gay couples performed in other states. Judge Timothy Black ruled on Monday, stating Ohio's marriage recognition More>>

Arrest made in five year murder investigation Video included

Five years after the death of 53 year old Kenneth Warrington, the Lima Police Department makes an arrest in his murder.  


High winds down power lines Video included

Winds overnight and this morning left many on Lima's east side in the dark. More>>

5K War RunWalk Video included

It is the first 5K WAR Run-Walk to benefit women and children who have been impacted by human trafficking.  Money raised will help those women and children through a program called Women At Risk International More>>

Candlelight Vigil for Marcus Simpson Video included

Family and friends of 19 year old Marcus Simpson Jr. gathered Sunday night for a candlelight vigil at H & R Lounge on 12th street, in the same parking lot where Simpson was shot and killed early Saturday More>>

Italian Dinner Huge Success Video included

Raising money for charity, one meatball at a time. The Ciao Annual Italian Dinner brings together people from all over the Lima area to help out a good cause, and eat a great meal. All of the proceeds More>>

Brown Fights Big Tobacco Video included

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown met with Food and Drug Administration Commissioner, Margaret Hamburg this week...        Brown is urging the agency to do everything in its power to expand its oversight of big More>>

Remembering Marcus Simpson Video included

The Allen County Sheriff's office continues to investigate a shooting that left one man dead and another wounded.       It happened just before 4 Saturday morning outside a 12th street bar.Cousins of Marcus More>>

One dead, one wounded in Lima shooting Video included

A young man is dead and another, wounded after a shooting on Lima's south side this morning. Allen County Sheriff's deputies were called out to 12th street just before four Saturday morning on a call of More>>

Mobile Food Pantry Video included

Harrod is a tight knit community addressing their hunger problem with the help from cub and girl scouts.  The scouts are lending a helping hand to volunteer. Most of all the scouts understand the need. Getting More>>

Drop Everything & Read Video included

In efforts to celebrate libraries and what they do for the community, the Lima Public Library is rewarding readers. For every half hour spent reading in the library, a dollar will be waved from your library More>>

Music Livens Up Library Video included

The Lima Symphony Orchestra brings live music to the public library for children of all ages.      Children were exposed to classical and orchestra music through multiple songs that were performed. The More>>

One injured in Brower Rd. Accident Video included

One person was injured in a two vehicle crash just before four this afternoon on Brower Rd. in Lima.According to Lima police, the driver of an eastbound pickup truck turned into the driveway behind the More>>

Liberty Art Magnet School Band Plays An Original Piece Video included

Liberty Art Magnet School band members are playing innovative music.  The schools band director wanted to give his students a unique opportunity of playing an original piece. Award winning composer Peter More>>

Men Still Make More Than Women Video included

The pay gap between men and women has gotten smaller over the years, but in 2014, the disparity in their salaries is still very much alive. It's modern day discrimination... women getting paid less than More>>

Last Minute Tax Preparation Video included

The deadline for filing taxes is fast approaching.  Filing can be done by someone who prepares taxes or individually but both methods require proper attention.  Accuracy is important when filling out paper More>>

Simply Give Video included

Meijer is offering a double match on customer donations at its stores to raise awareness for hunger relief for its Simply Give Program.        For every $10 card purchased at the front of the stores, Meijer More>>

Rainbow Trout Release Video included

Crews with the ODNR Wildlife Division were greeted by dozens of eager fisherman on Friday, for the annual rainbow trout release. More than 98,000 rainbow trout were released in 63 Ohio public lakes and More>>

Sen. Cliff Hite and Candidate Milo Schaffner Video included

Van Wert County's Republican Luncheon brought community, county and state leaders together to discuss progress in Ohio. State Senator, Cliff Hite, was the guest speaker at Friday's luncheon, and was joined More>>

Rollover Accident Video included

Lima police are investigating a single car rollover crash that happened earlier today     The driver of the car was eastbound on W. Pennsylvania Ave., just east of N. Washington street when his vehicle More>>

Work Speeding Zones Video included

Since January of 2013, 107 crashes have be reported within the work zone of the Interstate 75 reconstruction project in Allen County.  Now construction crews are reminding motorists of the dangers of More>>

Three arrested in daytime burglary

According to a news release from Chief Deputy Jim Everett, the Allen County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a burglary in progress on Sunday just before 5:30 evening at a residence in the 2100 block of Elida Road. More>>

Rhodes hosts campus security exercise Video included

Columbine, Fort Hood, and Sandy Hook-- the list could go on, but the reality is an active shooter can inflict a lifetime of devastation in just a matter of minutes.  That's why schools, worksites, and gathering places across the country are planning for the worst case scenarios.  Tricia Bell takes us to Rhodes State where campus security officials are reviewing their emergency plans.  


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  • White House updating online privacy policy

    White House updating online privacy policy

    Friday, April 18 2014 7:51 AM EDT2014-04-18 11:51:48 GMT
    By MARTHA MENDOZA AP National Writer A new Obama administration privacy policy released Friday explains how the government will gather the user data of online visitors to WhiteHouse.gov, mobile...More >>
    By MARTHA MENDOZA AP National Writer A new Obama administration privacy policy released Friday explains how the government will gather the user data of online visitors to WhiteHouse.gov, mobile apps and...More >>
  • Views differ of imam accused in US terrorism case

    Views differ of imam accused in US terrorism case

    Friday, April 18 2014 6:21 AM EDT2014-04-18 10:21:00 GMT
    A New York jury has heard two widely differing descriptions of an Egyptian imam accused of carrying out terrorism offenses while he led a London mosque.More >>
    An Egyptian imam who led a London mosque more than a dozen years ago was portrayed in opening statements at his terrorism trial as an enthusiastic supporter of al-Qaida by a prosecutor and as a reasonable man who helped...More >>
  • Remembering an officer slain after bombs went off

    Remembering an officer slain after bombs went off

    Friday, April 18 2014 6:01 AM EDT2014-04-18 10:01:29 GMT
    Relatives of the police officer authorities say was killed by the Boston bombing suspects are remembering him a year later.More >>
    Like many other youngsters, Sean Collier wanted to be a police officer. Unlike most, he brought that dream to life - and then died doing it, becoming a central character in one of the most gripping manhunts the nation has...More >>
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