University of Toledo
University officials collaborated with Toledo Police and discovered that reports of a suspected gunman on the school’s campus were untrue.
The judge said chose probation because the men have no additional criminal record and the point-shaving scandal happened a decade ago.
University of Toledo President Lloyd Jacobs said the aim is to “blur the line between Michigan and Ohio.”
A point-shaving trial in Detroit involving alleged crimes by University of Toledo athletes has been pushed into 2014.
A Detroit federal judge again has reset the trial date for four remaining defendants in a University of Toledo point-shaving case.
The man at the heart of a college athletics point-shaving scandal was arrested for food stamp fraud.
Former University of Toledo football player Quinton Broussard pleads guilty in U.S. District Court in Detroit to a charge of conspiracy, admitting he took a bribe from a Detroit area gambler.
Michigan Gov. Jennifer M. Granholm and Michigan Economic Development Corp. President and CEO Greg Main last week announced two new clean energy projects approved under the Centers of Energy Excellence program. The program brings companies, […]
Researchers at Midland-based Dow Corning Corp. and the University of Toledo said Tuesday they have signed a memorandum of understanding to engage in collaborative discussions on photovoltaic solar research and development efforts to help reduce […]