- Michigan State Police investigate Patrick Hickey
- FirstEnergy executive: Davis-Besse plant headed for premature closure
- Lucas County Board of Elections says treasurer primary is May 8
- Bookstore will be allowed to open in downtown Maumee
- I-75 pavement repairs to close lanes, exits
- Andersons, ODOT to be honored for safety
- Area planetariums invite visitors to marvel at the sky
- Teen facing murder complicity charge in November robbery, killing
- Two area high schools close after threats reported
- The Leaf and Seed Truck Serves up Tantalizing Vegan Options - Jul 31, 2018
This example shows that it's okay to embed images within the article. I made a change. I used smaller versions of the images, around 640 pixels wide max, instead of the original size, which was around 1000 pixels wide. I included a link to an enlarged version for one image.
Keeping the images small and useful with links to larger versions to the images keeps page weight down. Obviously, providing only links for all of the images and embedding none of the images is the lightest method. But a few small to medium-sized images should be okay.
The video was not embedded into the page. It's a link to the video.