The man accused of the death of his girlfriend's baby is trying to get interviews with Lima police detectives thrown out of his trial.
The Allen County Grand Jury has charged a mother with the death of her 22-month-old daughter.
Understanding the importance of serving your community is a key element in the first year experience at a local university.
The Ohio Attorney General's Office brought a program to Lima to warn seniors about elder fraud.
Work has continued with the demolition of abandoned houses in Allen County, as the structure of who manages the Allen County Land Bank has changed.
Two local agencies designed to assist people in finding jobs are continuing their search for a new location.
Bluffton Family Recreation is ready to share their new workout space with the community.
Democratic candidate for Ohio's 4th Congressional District Janet Garrett stopped in Lima.
Thursday morning, Activate Allen County rolled out its new community health improvement plan.
A three-car accident in Shawnee Township sends one person to the hospital.
Good food, live music and dancing was enjoyed by many in Lima on Wednesday night. It was "Raisin' Bread" the 31st Anniversary Celebration for Samaritan House, a local shelter for homeless and/or abused women and children.
The Lima Police Department received some help in catching Tuesday afternoon’s bank robber. No, it wasn’t a caped crusader but rather some help from social media.
The trial of the 19-year-old who made threats of shooting up Elida High School has been pushed back until December.
He spent 14 years making a difference in the lives of children and Wednesday he was honored for his efforts.
Is the confidence of the American people growing or declining when it comes to the police? And is this affecting the recruitment of new officers? Lima Police Chief Kevin Martin says yes.
Auditions are being held for a hip-hop dance group here in Lima this weekend.
A Lima business has decided on a name change.
The area agency on aging celebrated 44 years of service today, and they also honored late Harold Dahill who was instrumental for their success.
Lima Central Catholic started out their first day of school preparing for a productive year in both the classroom and the church.
An update now to our top story, concerning a late afternoon robbery at the Superior Credit Union branch on East Kibby Street in Lima.
Speaking for children who have been neglected or abused, and making a difference in their lives is what CASA is all about.
It's now preservation over maintenance when it comes to repairing county roads.
Sentencing was halted for a Toledo man convicted of sexual related charges.
For the second year in a row, Lima City Schools have decided to hold a Back to School Celebration, getting everyone excited and ready for the upcoming school year.
The Lima Family YMCA hosted a speaker that encouraged the audience to work on their posture.
As the first day of school comes closer, so does the deadline for getting students vaccinated.
For the second year in a row Fresh and Faded are setting out to help local children get ready for school.
One of the youngest contestants to ever win America's Got Talent will be at the Allen County Fair this weekend.
You might think it's the holiday months that a lot of people file theft claims, but it's actually during the summer season that have the highest claims according to State Farm.
Two Lima nonprofits need your help in winning a $25,000 grant from State Farm.
The next year's funding for the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center has been made official.
Dozens of local non-profits are seeing a boost. On Monday night, the American Legion Post 382 in Bluffton passed out over $8,500 to 18 local non-profit organizations.
In an effort to help make a difference in and around the area, the City of Lima is offering mini-grants for non-profits and neighborhood associations.
Recent statistics show that Allen County has some of the highest pedestrian and bicycle crashes.
The Allen County Engineer's Office wants to remind motorists that their department is in full swing repairing area roadways.
Perry Township Fire Department was called out for an early morning house fire today.
The Allen County Family and Children First Council met Monday afternoon to discuss the new leadership position that they will be filling.
Students and staff at Lima Senior High School are preparing for the upcoming school year.
There is a process every year to getting the buses ready - from cleaning to having the buses inspected by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, with the student's well-being as their number one concern.
The property features several buildings including a restored bank barn and a farmhouse furnished with 1940's furniture and decor.
It was a record-setting year for the Allen County Fair Parade as over 80 floats made their way down Main St. from Northern Ave. to Town Square.
A local Center Seeds dealer held an informational meeting about soil health.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office Special Investigations Unit presented their Operation Street Smart community education seminar at the Fireman's Clubhouse in Delphos.
Neighbors on the north side of Lima brought their community out for a party in the park.
One person was taken to a hospital after a rollover accident Saturday evening.
Kids may be dreading it and parents may be welcoming it, but either way, you say it you can deny that it's almost back to school time.
The Tom Ahl Family of Dealerships said "out with the new and in with the old" for their annual charity car show this weekend.
As the new school year approaches one local retirement community is asking the community to help stuff their bus.
A women with ties to Lima is wanted for three counts of Custodial Interference by the Franklin, Tennessee Police Department.
A former citizen of Spencerville is taking to the roads to raise awareness for veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
It's a chance to talk with a doctor and get some free medical advice.
The new school year is just around the corner and with it comes renewed concerns about school safety.
Over 200 people gathered at Lima Community Church to learn a little bit about leadership and faith.
They say it has been a success and they are inviting everyone to join them on their next ride.
It's considered one of the most natural things for a mother to do for their child but it can still cause controversy if done in public.
Local companies are thinking about the questions they have regarding medical marijuana.
With the warm temperatures and humidity levels running high this week, air conditioners across the region will be hard at work keeping us cool. With every call coming in to our local HVAC technicians across the region, the urgent need to cool us down is of the highest priority.