An Ohio woman who compared animal-welfare work to the liberation of World War II concentration camps has been charged with soliciting a hit man to fatally shoot or slit the throat of a random fur-wearer, federal authorities said.
Environmental groups say they may renew a legal battle if the federal government doesn't toughen proposed regulations of ship ballast water that has brought invasive species such as zebra mussels to the Great Lakes.
Q: With all the hype the last two years about Markley's opening, then not opening, and the money the owners borrowed from the City of Sandusky, can you get an answer regarding the owners paying back the $13,000 Revolving Loan to Sandusky? Word in the real world is the city is contemplating suing for payback. - Tim in Sandusky