AFSP Out of the Darkness Walk brings mental health conversation into the open
The walk returned from being virtual in 2020, due to the pandemic, back in 2021. — TOLEDO, Ohio — During the pandemic, conversation about the importance of keeping our mental health in check increased. And today, the annual AFSP Out of the Darkness walk was held at Promenade Park, to share stories about those who attempted or were lost to suicide.
The walk returned from being virtual in 2020, due to the pandemic, back in 2021.
TOLEDO, Ohio — During the pandemic, conversation about the importance of keeping our mental health in check increased. And today, the annual AFSP Out of the Darkness walk was held at Promenade Park, to share stories about those who attempted or were lost to suicide.
Toledo News This Morning | October 1, 2022
Good morning, Toledo and Northwest Ohio! — Now on Toledo News This Morning: Out of the Darkness: The walk happening today to raise awareness about mental health. • Homecoming: How the University of Toledo is celebrating this weekend. • Fall Festival: The fun returns to Ottawa Park in just two weeks!
Good morning, Toledo and Northwest Ohio!
Now on Toledo News This Morning:
- Out of the Darkness: The walk happening today to raise awareness about mental health.
- • Homecoming: How the University of Toledo is celebrating this weekend.
- • Fall Festival: The fun returns to Ottawa Park in just two weeks!
University of Toledo researchers explore climate change and impact on Lake Erie
Here’s what they’re finding. — TOLEDO, Ohio — What’s in our water? It is something that researchers at the University of Toledo have been exploring, dating back to the Toledo Water Crisis of 2014. And now, I’m giving you a firsthand look at what that research entails. “Well, the…
Local state rep. pushing for creation of state Electric Vehicle Commission
House Bill 292 passed with bipartisan in the house, back in November 2021. — TOLEDO, Ohio — The first electric vehicle dates back to 1890. Don’t believe me? Well, visit the U.S. Department of Energy’s website for further details. Now, back to EVs themselves. At a time when efforts to combat climate change are growing, they’ve been offered…
OSHIIP to host virtual town hall to prepare Ohioans for Medicare open enrollment
Changes are coming to Medicare in 2023, with open enrollment set to begin in mid October. — TOLEDO, Ohio — Ohio Department of Insurance Director Judith French, and Medicare experts from the department’s Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program, are hosting a free, virtual town hall on October 4th at 11:30 a.m. The town hall will help guide Ohioans through the Medicare changes coming in 2023, inform them on how to compare options and select coverage, as well as ways to save money and protect against fraud. Medicare open enrollment runs from October 15th to December 7th.
OSHP seizes more than $1 million worth of cocaine in Wood County
The driver could face both a hefty jail sentence and fine. — TOLEDO, Ohio — Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers have filed felony drug charges against a Florida woman, after a traffic stop in Wood County, back on September 19th. During the traffic stop, troopers seized 33 pounds of cocaine worth approximately $1,073,000. Troopers stopped the 2018 Dodge Ram cargo van, registered…
Petition filed to declare missing Lenawee County woman dead
Rikkell Bock, daughter of Dee Warner, filed the petition last Friday. — TOLEDO, Ohio — It’s something that you can imagine to be one of the most painful scenarios in a person’s life. With almost 1.5 years to the day Dee Warner disappeared, and almost 2 months since her case was taken over by Michigan State…
In first ad, Majewski blames Kaptur, Biden for rising inflation
This could be the first of many adverts, as Ohio’s 9th Congressional District race heats up. — TOLEDO, Ohio — Ohio’s 9th Congressional District has mostly been an easy win for Democrats, but due to this year’s redrawn, challenge of a district, Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur — who has been in office since 1983 — is being forced to run advertisement…
Is the pandemic really over? What CDC data shows.
Lucas County is currently dealing with a surge in cases, so we’re not exactly “out of the woods.” — TOLEDO, Ohio — “The pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID, we’re still doing a lot of work on it. But the pandemic is over. If you notice, no one’s wearing masks, everybody seems to be in pretty good shape, and…