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An Ohio Senate committee has proposed changes to the state transportation budget bill including reducing fees on electric and hybrid vehicles while leaving the House's proposed gas-tax increase in the bill for now. But Senate officials say more changes in addition to those proposed by the tr… More >>

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A Celina domestic violence suspect who has been on the run January has been captured. According to the Celina Police chief tom wale, 43-year-old Mitchell Mullins was captured on Southworth Road outside of Landeck late Monday afternoon. The police department was notified Monday that Mullins w… More >>

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LIMA, OH (March 18, 2019) — More than 75 years ago, March was first proclaimed Red Cross Month in 1943 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to raise awareness of the organization and its humanitarian mission. All U.S. presidents since Roosevelt have designated March as Red Cross Month to recog… More >>

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This St. Patrick's Day hundreds of people from across the country displayed their Irish pride while participating in a local event that raises money to support veterans.“A lot of people from the town come get together and I get to see a lot of people that, especially in college I didn’t get … More >>

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DIRECTV is no longer offering a full lineup to its customers as it suddenly removed WLIO and WOHL during contract negotiations. The satellite service provider and the television stations started working on a new contract several months ago, but DIRECTV took the aggressive action of pulling p… More >>

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ST. MARYS, OH — Marion Local High School’s Rachel Partington and Shawnee High School’s David Stirn captured top honors in the 2019 Midwest Electric scholarship competition, featuring judges from Wright State University-Lake Campus. The two seniors each received a $2,000 scholarship. Partingt… More >>

All of Ohio's 88 counties saw an increase in their unemployment numbers for the month of January. According to the Ohio Job and Family Services, counties in West Central Ohio saw between a .7% to a .1% increase from December to January. Allen and Hardin counties tied for the highest unemploy… More >>

Ohio House Republicans have proposed cutting Governor Mike DeWine's 18-cents-per-gallon recommended gas tax increase to maintain roads and bridges to 10.7 cents. Republicans unveiled their plan a day after DeWine's State of the State speech as part of a substitute version of Ohio's transport… More >>

A house in Mendon is said to be a total loss after a semi-truck crashed into it on Wednesday. At approximately 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday a semi truck driver crashed into the side of a home close to the intersection of U.S 127 and 707, according to Rockford Fire Chief, Rob Belna. The front of th… More >>

The Celina Moose hosted their annual Polar Plunge benefiting Special Olympics Ohio. Many of the dozens of people that came out took a dip for the sake of providing resources for athletes all around the state. “Funds raised today are going to help our athletes compete, train. practice, get to… More >>

Heart disease is the leading cause of deaths in the United States with 610,000 people dying every year according to the Center for Disease Control. A recent study reports that women younger than 55 accounted for 31% of hospitalizations for heart attacks in 2014. More >>

An 18 cents a gallon gas tax increase is what Ohio Governor Mike DeWine's administration wants to maintain roads and bridges and help with a shortfall in the spending. Ohio Department of Transportation director Jack Marchbanks appeared before the Ohio House Finance Committee Thursday to intr… More >>

Governor Mike DeWine will announce later this week, his proposed recommendation for increasing the state's gas tax to deal with a chronic shortfall in spending on road construction. DeWine says there are no other solutions outside a gas tax increase while warning that any increase simply kee… More >>

Prices at the pump make a jump at the start of the week, as Ohio's average gas price sits at $2.23 a gallon. According to the survey done by GasBuddy.com, prices rose 5.8 cents in the past week, which is higher than the national average of three cents a gallon. More >>

As Americans begin to prepare their 2018 taxes, local CPAs say there are changes that may cause you to owe the IRS. One of the major changes this year is employees with work-related deductions can no longer itemize items, according to local CPAs. More >>

A strike is coming to an end at Wright State University, including the Lake campus after a deal was reached over the weekend. University officials and union representatives met together with a federal mediator over the weekend. More >>

Today local moms and female caregivers had the opportunity to relax with their kids and have a little fun.This morning kids and their moms or caregivers got the chance to create paper cupcakes, shoot q-tip arrows, play Valentine's Day bingo, participate in story time, eat cupcakes and paint … More >>

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has weighed in on the current strike at Wright State University campuses. Hundreds of faculty in the American Association of University Professors at Wright State have been on strike going into the third week.  More >>

Popular sites like LinkedIn and Indeed are great resources for job seekers but not every potential employer has the best intentions. With websites like these scammers have access to not just your industry information but also your location and job title among other important details. They ca… More >>

In the year 1915, Woodrow Wilson was president, the Rocky Mountain National Park was established, and in that same year, Charlie Borger was born in Celina. On Thursday, he celebrated his 104 birthday.The residents of Celina Manor gathered to wish a happy birthday to one of their oldest frien… More >>

In Ohio, there were fewer traffic fatalities and impaired driving fatalities in 2018 than in 2017, according to a recent report. The Ohio State Highway Patrol recently reported that in 2018 there were 108 fewer people killed on Ohio roads in 2018 than in 2017. More >>

After a successful win against a recent ruling and a change in administration, one local lake improvement association say they are on the right track for 2019.The grand lake LIA started the new year off on the right foot as it celebrated the rejection of the Ohio Department of Agriculture's … More >>

100,000 pounds of food will be finding its way into area pantries thanks to a major donation. As part of their Critical Community Needs Grant, Dominion Energy has given $10,000 to the West Ohio Food Bank. That donation will provide 10,000 pounds of food into 10 counties. More >>

Saturday morning, people across the United States will be waiting to see if winter will hang around or if there will be an early spring. Saturday is Groundhog Day, a German tradition that has millions of people looking to a large rodent to forecast the weather. More >>

One local non-profit hosted a creative event on Saturday that organizers said will ultimately help hundreds of people in the community.Over a hundred community members attended Our Home Family Resource Center's Create a Bowl event at Brew Nation on Saturday. Throughout the afternoon particip… More >>

Hundreds of teachers at Wright State University are on strike. Officials at the state school say classes will continue with most teachers still on the job, including some union members. Some classes will be combined, some taught by substitutes and others offered online. More >>

In an effort to help local residents save money on heating costs, one local power and energy company offers some conservation tips. One of the best ways to reduce heating cost is by checking your furnace, according to Dominion Energy Ohio.  More >>

These bitter temperatures outside can not only cause problems for us but our pets as well. Indoor pets that have to go outside to do their business are not acclimated to these subzero temperatures. So you if walk them or let them out the door, they should not be out for extended periods of times. More >>

Coming along with the snow, there will be some brutally cold temperatures right behind it. Amber Cole of Lima Memorial gave out some tips on how to beat the chill. Her number one rule is if you don't have to be outside, avoid it unless it is for emergencies. More >>

As President Trump and Democrats continue to dig in deeper over 5.7 billion dollars in funding for more sections of a border wall, one Ohio senator is working with others to find a solution. Senator Rob Portman has joined a bipartisan group of U.S. senators to examine a solution to end the d… More >>

Farmers around the country will have to adjust to the government shutdown with the delay of farm reports.The US Department of Agriculture had planned to release the reports on Friday. Those include crop totals for 2018 and an early estimate of what farmers will plant in the upcoming season. More >>

A Celina Catholic school teacher was arrested on Monday, following allegations of an inappropriate sexual relationship with a minor.Celina police say 47-year-old Heather Henry faces three counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. Henry is a teacher at Immaculate Conception School in Ce… More >>