Sandusky police are hunting for the pyromaniac who made short work of two American flags Monday morning.
7:14 PM Aug 22, 2012
Nowhere is as much money being spent on a Senate race this year as in Ohio, where liberal Democrat Sherrod Brown is seeking a second term, his fate to some degree dependent on how well President Barack Obama does in the state's tossup presidential contest.
5:00 PM Aug 22, 2012
Police arrested a drunken driver who bled from his face Saturday at Tyler and Campbell streets.
3:00 PM Aug 22, 2012
Sandusky Schools is hosting a district-wide open house Thursday for all students and families. This is the first year the district is offering an open house prior to the start of the school year.
2:46 PM Aug 22, 2012

No, that’s not a typo. With reporter Andy Ouriel on vacation this week, Five Points with Emil & Andy got a comedic makeover Wednesday.

Register reporter Emil Whitis is joined by standup comedian Emil “The Fryman” Fry.

1:32 PM Aug 22, 2012
The childhood home of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer is for sale in northern Ohio.
1:30 PM Aug 22, 2012
Q: Do you have any information on tonight's Perkins stadium open house? - Thank you,Kelly in Perkins
12:35 PM Aug 22, 2012

Today on the Sandusky History Blog, we learn about a stalwart Dorothea Dix, who created a corps of female nurse volunteers after she noticed the severe lack of medical care for soldiers injured in the Civil War.

11:57 AM Aug 22, 2012
As a journalist, Maria Silva would sometimes spend weeks at a time traveling alone in remote jungle villages in southern Colombia. There, she would record the stories of the native Indians, although more recently she has been active as a social worker, helping the natives learn farming techniques as an alternative to growing coca plants for Colombian drug cartels.
10:32 AM Aug 22, 2012
A man who pleaded guilty to stabbing, suffocating and dismembering his girlfriend in western Ohio has been sentenced to life in prison and must serve at least 42 years before being eligible for parole.
10:00 AM Aug 22, 2012
The most recent ruling in a year-long battle between the city and owners of homes on the Chaussee says that yes, yes they can rent them out to vacationers who visit Sandusky.
9:00 AM Aug 22, 2012
Things got downright scary for a Vermilion convenience store clerk Aug. 7 when a customer barged into her apartment without invitation.
8:00 AM Aug 22, 2012