There are tens of thousands of wanted Ohio felons on the loose, and a newspaper reports that not many of them are being actively sought.
8:00 PM Sep 17, 2012
A national group representing safety officials from all states wants Ohio to take a step beyond its new ban on texting while driving and prohibit drivers from using all hand-held electronic devices.
5:00 PM Sep 17, 2012
A longtime prosecutor in northeast Ohio has resigned four months before his term ends to take a job with a law firm in Cleveland.
4:16 PM Sep 17, 2012
A heated dispute pitting a private energy company against Erie County commissioners has ended somewhat favorably for taxpayers.
3:00 PM Sep 17, 2012
Gas prices in Ohio have slipped a bit further below $4 after a sharp increase last week.
2:00 PM Sep 17, 2012
Prosecutors have dismissed several misdemeanors charges against alleged murderer Tommy Reogas.
1:10 PM Sep 17, 2012
Q: I noticed an old WWII era DC3 airplane all painted up in red white and blue colors and the lettering "Airborne Imaging" on the nose of the plane doing slow circles over the eastern Huron-western Vermilion area. With a name like that on the nose, I'm guessing they were taking photos of the area. The question is who for? Could it be Google earth or some other mapping company? - Doug in Vermilion
12:00 PM Sep 17, 2012
The state is changing the way Ohio inmates can receive money through the mail to reduce administrative duties and cut down on funds that might be used for illegal activity.
11:36 AM Sep 17, 2012
When Peg Davis was ready to find a retirement community to move to, she looked north -- not south -- for a place to spend her later years.
10:54 AM Sep 17, 2012
Erie County deputies are investigating a Milan convenience store clerk who's accused of stealing more than $70,000 in lottery tickets over 53 shifts.
10:51 AM Sep 17, 2012
UPDATE (8 p.m. Sunday): The child remains in critical condition, according to Erie County Sheriff Paul Sigsworth.
10:35 AM Sep 17, 2012
Comic book fans in northern Ohio can soon thrill to the adventures and misadventures of mad scientist Dr. Rommel Doowde and his lab assistant, Ted, the "world's worst sidekick."
9:00 AM Sep 17, 2012
The following road construction projects were annouced by the Ohio Department of Transportation for the week starting Sept. 17.
5:00 AM Sep 17, 2012
Beef Products Inc. will face a steep climb in its "pink slime" defamation lawsuit against ABC News as the South Dakota-based meat processor works to rebuild its public image, legal experts say.
3:00 PM Sep 15, 2012