The Toledo Catholic Diocese says a lightning strike sparked a fire to a 170-foot steeple at a church in northeast Ohio.
5:07 PM Apr 4, 2012

This week on Between the Lines, Richard Koonce talks about an upcoming event to support the Nehemiah Center and he breaks into song.

3:29 PM Apr 4, 2012
Erie County clerk of courts Luvada Wilson has hired a new debt collector - Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.
3:24 PM Apr 4, 2012
Two Sandusky area men were arrested Monday after shooting guns in a field and leading deputies on a high-speed chase, an Erie County deputy's report said.
3:07 PM Apr 4, 2012

Remember that trip I made three weeks ago on U.S. 250? During the 500+ mile drive there was a camera mounted on the inside of my windshield and I captured most of the trip.

2:57 PM Apr 4, 2012

Have you ever driven on U.S. 250?

2:56 PM Apr 4, 2012
Ham will be the centerpiece of many Easter dinners this weekend, but the cost of that traditional main dish may make it harder for families to live high on the hog.
2:07 PM Apr 4, 2012
Q: What if you do not have text capability? Is there another way you can enter your contests? - Linda on Wayne St.
12:00 PM Apr 4, 2012

There’s something about the nostalgia of hand-written letters that shows an author is sincere about the message.

11:12 AM Apr 4, 2012
Mitt Romney tightened his grip on the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday night, sweeping primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington, D.C., with time left over to swap charges with President Barack Obama.
11:11 AM Apr 4, 2012
Wakeman police are refusing to release video footage recorded by a police cruiser's dashboard camera during a high-speed chase last week.
10:42 AM Apr 4, 2012
Much of the Midwest experienced the hottest March on record this year and Illinois had its warmest winter since 1895, a pair of climate-study agencies at the University of Illinois said Tuesday.
10:00 AM Apr 4, 2012
A former Huron firefighter who sued the city for violating his right to free speech is getting a $172,000 settlement.
9:00 AM Apr 4, 2012
Republican legislators in Ohio are taking a second shot at setting rules on how much water factories and farms in the state can draw out of Lake Erie, rolling out a plan that would cut in half the amount tapped without a permit and add some oversight to the process.
6:00 AM Apr 4, 2012