Josh Powell's note was simple and short, a farewell to the world after two years of being scrutinized in the media, hammered by police and questioned by judges, prosecutors and social workers, living his life under a microscope since the day his wife vanished.
6:00 AM Feb 6, 2012
State Rep. Randy Gardner says it's time to rebuild the lake.
3:00 PM Feb 5, 2012
Border Patrol agents have racked up daily overtime at a cost of about $1.4 billion in the past six years while the number of arrests of illegal border crossers has fallen to the lowest level in nearly 40 years, an Associated Press analysis of agency records finds.
1:00 PM Feb 5, 2012
Federal aerospace leaders will again launch millions of dollars at the NASA Plum Brook Station.
11:00 AM Feb 5, 2012
A political rookie seeking membership in Congress blasted a pair of Democratic incumbents for overseeing reckless spending and soaring poverty rates.
6:00 AM Feb 5, 2012
Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney cruised to victory in the Nevada caucuses Saturday night, notching a second straight triumph over a field of rivals suddenly struggling to keep pace.
5:00 AM Feb 5, 2012
One of three Sandusky County jail guards awaiting discipline for exploiting a naked inmate on Jan. 10 is also a defendant in a pending wrongful death lawsuit.
8:00 PM Feb 4, 2012
The Erie County Dog Pound has these dogs available for adoption:
6:46 PM Feb 4, 2012
(UPDATED WITH VIDEO) A Huron woman who stole more than $140,000 from two Sandusky churches was sentenced to four years in prison today.
6:44 PM Feb 4, 2012
A drop in the unemployment rate to its lowest level in three years propelled the Dow Jones industrial average Friday to its highest close since May 2008, before the financial meltdown later that year. The Nasdaq composite index hit an 11-year high.
3:00 PM Feb 4, 2012
Saboteurs stole passwords and sensitive information on tipsters while hacking into the websites of several law enforcement agencies worldwide in attacks attributed to the collective known as Anonymous.
11:00 AM Feb 4, 2012
Huron has turned to a former sheriff's deputy to lead the city's police force.
8:00 AM Feb 4, 2012
Two gay men who say they were punched and pinned to the ground by an off-duty police officer before being called offensive names and jailed without their trousers have sued the city and its police over what they call anti-gay bias.
6:00 AM Feb 4, 2012