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Toledo police take an oath to “protect and serve” the public.

But there are some who believe nearly 50 officers who called off sick Monday night and Tuesday morning instead changed that oath to “protect and serve their own self-interests.”

Toledoans for Public Trust held an introductory news conference Monday, to announce the group's formation and formal opposition to the proposed Toledo Public Schools 0.75 percent income tax levy on the May 4 ballot.

Libbey High School students will spend their spring break knowing they can stay another year at their school and possibly graduate from there.

As I sit here on the rooftop of my LaSalle apartment building, the sun is shining and the light breeze is passing and I have no reason to be upset on this beautiful day, and yet I am. When I look out at my beautiful city I am fearful.  At the same time, with this fear comes hope and motivation.

Judge James Jensen decided against a request by the Toledo Police Patrolmans Association seeking a temporary restraining order against the Bell administration in its efforts to impose exigent circumstances and force union contract concessions.

Toledo Police are looking at 20 percent of its ranks reduced in about a month, if layoff notices go out again Monday as Mayor Mike Bell has publicly mentioned.

The Toledo Plan Commission on Monday will consider some new zoning regulations affecting the construction of wind turbines across the city.

What if?

Always a big question facing the future of families, even the health of entire households.