An Internet "sweepstakes" cafe owner is challenging efforts by a prosecutor in Ohio's largest county who wants to shut down such businesses and says they're really illegal gambling operations.
12:00 AM Jun 7, 2012
A panel that helps set priorities for big-ticket Ohio transportation projects has approved a new funding list that decreases the anticipated delay for some projects, including a major bridge in Cleveland.
5:30 PM Jun 6, 2012
Two local dentists are providing free dental care Friday.
4:00 PM Jun 6, 2012
Gov. Scott Walker, fresh from becoming the nation's first governor to survive a recall election, wants to go about mending Wisconsin's political divide in an egalitarian way: over brats and beer.
3:33 PM Jun 6, 2012
Hundreds of historic U.S. post offices nationwide face uncertain futures as the U.S. Postal Service downsizes, so preservationists on Wednesday added these American institutions to the list of the country's most endangered historic places.
1:57 PM Jun 6, 2012
Erie County deputies arrested a drunken West Virginia man early Monday after he wandered onto a Wakeman man's property and almost got himself shot.
12:59 PM Jun 6, 2012
Q: There used to be a few wildflowers around the MetroParks signs on Cleveland Road. This year they are all gone. Will they be replanted? I enjoyed seeing them on my way to work. - Terrice Williams Street
12:03 PM Jun 6, 2012
County and park officials are trying to determine who's responsible for the apparent drowning death of a dog found in a cage in a western Ohio lake.
10:46 AM Jun 6, 2012
It's official: Subway is moving into the former Markley's building at 160 Wayne St. in downtown Sandusky.
10:32 AM Jun 6, 2012
Excerpt from the Viewpoint editorial in the today's Register, June 6, 2012: The term that best expresses Erie County sheriff Terry Lyons is "always professional' He was tough when he needed to be, compassionate when the circumstances called for it and jovial, well, sometimes.
10:20 AM Jun 6, 2012
What's the price of a first-class greeting to this tourist Mecca in the Midwest? About $230,000.
9:00 AM Jun 6, 2012
An Arkansas man accused of illegally selling live Asian carp in Michigan has been charged with 12 felony counts, officials said Tuesday.
6:00 AM Jun 6, 2012