Presidential candidates face-off in final debate
11:02 AM Oct 22, 2012
Erie County received additional funding to remove another 20 vacant structures.
10:15 AM Oct 22, 2012
Traffic being detoured at Perkins Avenue and Cleveland Road
10:07 AM Oct 22, 2012
Road re-opened
9:49 AM Oct 22, 2012
A Wisconsin man who had been accused of domestic violence and slashing his wife's tires took a gun into the spa where she worked Sunday and shot seven women, three fatally, before killing himself, a police chief said.
9:00 AM Oct 22, 2012
Hunting for deer from a wheelchair can present special challenges — such as making sure your legs are warm when you are in the deer blind.
8:00 AM Oct 22, 2012
In the America viewed through the lens of a presidential campaign commercial, coal miners hear that their jobs are "in danger," voters are warned that "China is stealing American ideas," and the middle class, it's been said time and again, is "falling further behind." President Barack Obama has failed to "stop cheaters" while Republican challenger Mitt Romney simply won't "level with us about his tax plan" — or, for that matter, his own taxes. And, let us not forget: Big Bird may well be an endangered species.
6:00 AM Oct 22, 2012
The Ohio Department of Transportation has announced the following construction projects for the week of Oct. 22.
5:00 AM Oct 22, 2012
An Elyria businessman allegedly brutalized by Put-in-Bay police in 2010 received about $65,000 and an apology from the village's lawyers when a lawsuit he filed was dismissed this week.
3:00 PM Oct 21, 2012
A judge ruled Thursday that cheerleaders at an East Texas high school can display banners emblazoned with Bible verses at football games, saying the school district's ban on the practice appears to violate the students' free speech rights.
1:01 PM Oct 21, 2012
Former 'American Idol' contestant goes door-to-door for Obama
11:00 AM Oct 21, 2012
The country's largest organic peanut processing plant is scrubbing its facilities top to bottom and hopes to get back in production soon after a massive recall of scores of products linked to a salmonella outbreak.
9:06 AM Oct 21, 2012
It's hardly a return to the Depression era, when company guards roughed up labor organizers at auto plants. But times are tough for unions in the Rust Belt, even in a longtime bastion like Michigan. Here, emergency managers have been given the power to throw out union contracts in financially struggling cities. Neighboring Wisconsin has stripped public employees of collective bargaining rights and Indiana has approved "right-to-work" legislation.
6:00 AM Oct 21, 2012