The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation will host "Hiring Our Heroes -Celina," an event for veterans and military spouses. More than 30 employers are expected to participate with job opportunities of More>>
With the warmer temperatures has come violence and tragedy on our streets. And one Lima Councilman is taking to those streets to do something about it. Sixth Ward Councilman Derry Glenn says economically, More>>
Putnam County commissioners and the engineering office are attempting to restore the Mallaham Bridge, that goes over Riley Creek on Road M6. The M6 Bridge was built in 1876 and is listed in the Historic More>>
The Girl Scouts Day Camp allowed girls to make cool crafts, play games, make new friends, and memories. Girls ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade who are not involved in the traditional troops were More>>
Two-year-old Aidan Walter had fun playing in the sand Friday afternoon, as part of "On Common Grounds" Kids' Day at the Hancock County Fairgrounds. Young children got the chance to take part in an Easter More>>
Meals of Alaskan Pollock Strips, seasoned fries, coleslaw and cookies were sold for $8 tickets. Ottawa River Coalition members hope to raise between $7,000 to $10,000 which would help protect the water More>>
Last year three people were killed and hundreds injured in the Boston Marathon Bombing. Now a year later 36,000 runners, including two from our area, are ready to reclaim that strong Boston spirit. Despite More>>
Residents in Wapakoneta got a chance to see how far along remote control vehicles have come, with the flight demonstration of a quadcopter. Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) experts showed off a remote controlled More>>
A battered and bloody dog is recovering at the Allen County Dog Warden's Office after she was inadvertently dragged down the road behind a pickup truck.
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>>
18 year old Jaquone Phillips appearing in Lima Municipal Court. More>>
If you have any information about these subjects, or any crime in general, please call Crime Stoppers at 419-229-STOP. More>>
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>>
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>>
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.
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>>
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>>
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>>
Five years after the death of 53 year old Kenneth Warrington, the Lima Police Department makes an arrest in his murder.
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>>
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>>
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>>
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>>
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.