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6-State Trooper Project enforcing Move Over law

By Katie Honigford Multimedia Video Journalist

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is teaming up with the other members of the 6-State Trooper Project to enforce the Move Over law.

Van Wert County veteran honored 133 years after death

By Britt Salay Multimedia Video Journalist

For over a hundred years, James L. Coe laid in an unmarked grave, but thanks to his fellow Van Wert County veterans while he may be gone he will never be forgotten again. 

OSP investigating a hit-skip crash that left motorcyclist in serious condition

By Joseph Sharpe Digital Content Manager

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a two-vehicle hit-skip crash that occurred just after 9:30 p.m. Thursday night on State Route 309. 

Showcase of Bands returns to Huggy Bear Campground

By Britt Salay Multimedia Video Journalist

The 7th annual Showcase of Bands took over Huggy Bear Campground in Middle Point this weekend to raise money for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. …

Organization holds Autism “Rocks!” event

By Katie Honigford Multimedia Video Journalist

A new organization helped to spread the word about autism Saturday afternoon.

Delphos Coon & Sportsman’s Club holds annual fishing derby

By Katie Honigford Multimedia Video Journalist

The Delphos Coon & Sportsman’s Club invited area children to put their fishing skills to the test.

Hundred lace up to “Run to the Moon”

By Todd Cummins Assignment Editor

Hundreds of runners and walker laced up their shoes to Run to the Moon. 

Franklin Park officially opens in Van Wert

By Britt Salay Multimedia Video Journalist

The Van Wert community came out to celebrate the openings of a brand new park.

Cleveland Jackson’s execution pushed back to May 2019

By Todd Cummins Assignment Editor

Governor Kasich moves Cleveland Jackson execution from September 2018 to May 2019, to get new lawyer more time to prepare for Parole Board.

Sons see site of plane crash that took life of local veteran

By Britt Salay Multimedia Video Journalist

In 1967, West Central Ohio native Robert Striff, Jr. and two other Coast Guard crewman lost their lives while taking part in a search and rescue mission near Alaska. The wreckage say untouched in the wilderness of British Columbia, Canada for over 50 years until it was found by Canadian explorers by hobby, Kyle and Sara Cameron. 

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