For history buffs...TV lovers...and journalism purists... Mike Conway's new book, "Contested Ground: The Tunnel and the Struggle over Television News in Cold War America," will entertain you, invigorate you, and make you remember one of the most intense periods in world history.
After hearing that ten and two on the steering wheel isn't a thing anymore, I needed to get down to the bottom of how they're teaching kids to drive, because honestly, I'm finding out I'm seriously out of touch!
An official with the Ohio State University extension office is in studio this week, discussing ways struggling farmers can find help.
The group behind Toledo's "MIdstory" tells us what's behind their effort.
Jeff Smith goes "intouch" on a casting call for aspiring UT Rocket pa
Members of the The Battle of Fallen Timbers preservation commission are on Conklin and Company this week. The 225th anniversary of the battle that changed the course of the nation is approaching this summer.
The group "Advocates for a clean Lake Erie" file suit against the U-S EPA.
Spokesperson Mike Ferner's in studio. Huntington Center General Manager Steve Miller talks about the Promedica Summer Concert Series.
Jeff Smith is inTouch with Co-anchor Sashem Brey on "commercial conversations," the topics you don't normally hear on the news.
Toledo Lucas County Port Authority president and CEO Paul Toth talks with Lee about his decision to retire from the agency this year.
One of the driving forces behind the "Keep the Jail Downtown" effort is also on Conklin and Company
Betty Sutton, the Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Ohio is on Conklin and Company this week.
Also, are you looking to buy or sell a home? The president of the Toledo Area Regional Association of Realtors joins Lee this week.