Responsibility apparently shared by president and Republican lawmakers
1:57 PM Mar 4, 2013
A baby delivered after his parents were killed in a Brooklyn hit-and-run accident died early Monday, a community spokesman said. Isaac Abraham, who serves as a spokesman for the family's Orthodox Jewish community, said the baby would be buried upstate after his body was released from a hospital.
1:13 PM Mar 4, 2013
The weather forecast includes snow tomorrow and Wednesday with accumulation of up to 4 inches in some areas.
12:49 PM Mar 4, 2013
It was comedy night and Funcoast.com has the pics.
11:01 AM Mar 4, 2013
Erie County Common Pleas Judge Roger Binette has sided with the state in a local bar owner’s battle to avoid $24,000 in smoking violation fines.
9:58 AM Mar 4, 2013
Teachers in a Cleveland-area school district are going on strike. More than 380 members of the teacher's union in Strongsville voted to strike Monday.
9:30 AM Mar 4, 2013
Crews on Sunday razed more than half of the Tampa-area home perched over a huge sinkhole that swallowed a man three days ago, managing to salvage some keepsakes for family members who lived there.
9:00 AM Mar 4, 2013
Several families with children who died or have been stricken with cancer in the Clyde area have hired their own environmental testing firm to start testing various sites in a countinuing search for answers.
7:58 AM Mar 4, 2013
A compilation of recent comments at sanduskyregister.com
7:30 AM Mar 4, 2013
Dogs aching to run bolted out of the chute Sunday to launch the 41st running of Alaska's IditarodTrail Sled Dog Race.
6:00 AM Mar 4, 2013
Environmentalists are calling for stricter regulations after the owner of an excavating company ordered his employees to dump drilling waste into a storm drain. Ben Lupo, owner of D&L Energy and Hardrock Excavating, admitted to the Ohio EPA he ordered the workers to dump the waste. He was arrested and charged Feb. 14 in federal court for violating the Clean Water Act.
4:58 AM Mar 4, 2013

Excerpt from the editorial Viewpoint in Monday's Register: 

7:56 PM Mar 3, 2013
Most Ohio Internet cafes provided incomplete information to the state and most of the businesses' operators who can be identified have spotty financial backgrounds or criminal histories, a newspaper investigation has found.
5:28 PM Mar 3, 2013