Chrysler CEO says Jeep Wrangler production could leave Toledo

Production of the Jeep Wrangler could be leaving Toledo by 2017, according to remarks from Chrysler’s CEO at the Paris Auto Show. According...

McComb, parts of Hancock County affected by power outage

Parts of Hancock County, including parts of McComb, are without power, according to AEP Ohio and McComb police. AEP’s outage website...

UPDATE: One person injured in chain-reaction accident

One person was injured in a three-vehicle, chain-reaction accident on Lima Avenue Wednesday afternoon. According to the Findlay Police...

Columbia Gas warns of phone scam

Columbia Gas of Ohio is warning its customers of a phone scam affecting customers across the state. The scam involves a caller claiming to be...

Speedway completes purchase of Hess’ retail business

Marathon Petroleum’s Speedway subsidiary has completed its $2.82 billion purchase of Hess Corp. gas stations and other assets. Hess is the...

UPDATE: Guilty verdict returned in rape trial

John D. Saltz faces life imprisonment after a Hancock County jury on Wednesday found him guilty of raping a young girl. Saltz, 49, now of Marion,...

UF receives $1.2 million grant for math, science teaching program

The University of Findlay has received its largest grant ever — $1.2 million to groom math and science teachers for work in schools that serve...

UPDATE: Testimony continues in rape case trial

The prosecution began laying out its case this morning alleging a former Findlay resident committed rape against a young girl. John D. Saltz, 49,...

Hancock sheriff’s office pulls mug shots off website

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office announced today that the active inmate information on its website, www.hancocksheriff.org, is being taken...

Highway patrol finds drugs during I-75 traffic stop

State Highway Patrol troopers uncovered nearly $4,000 worth of prescription drugs during a traffic stop on southbound Interstate 75 last week....

Ogg pleads guilty in Mauricio homicide

Tyson J. Ogg pleaded guilty this morning to several felony charges in connection to the late-May burglary-turned-homicide that took the life of a...

Owens receives $1 million for manufacturing training

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Owens Community College in Findlay was awarded $1 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to create hands-on and work-based...