Toledo native Samuel Wurzelbacher aims to fix the leak that is wasteful government spending.
12:15 PM Jan 19, 2012
With or without an attorney, anyone can try to have a criminal record expunged. And doing so could change your life.
11:19 AM Jan 19, 2012
Ohio's relatively low rates for property insurance are expected to rise in 2012 due to the damaging storms of recent years.
10:35 AM Jan 19, 2012
A murder trial is scheduled to start in April for the man accused of killing a cage fighter on South Bass Island this past summer.
10:33 AM Jan 19, 2012
A Sandusky man was found dead behind the American Legion post on Hayes Avenue Wednesday morning after shooting himself in the head, Perkins police said.
10:32 AM Jan 19, 2012
Ohio plans to spend $1 million to expand an approach to primary care that encourages the family doctor to better coordinate with specialists and others to improve a patient's health, state health officials said Wednesday.
6:00 AM Jan 19, 2012
A woman was shot during a Jan. 9 gunfight on East Madison Street, a detail Sandusky police chose to withhold for more than a week.
7:03 PM Jan 18, 2012

We had several guests for this week's program including Funcoast's Ashley Bethard, Sandusky Register reporters Annie Zelm and Tom Jackson and finished with Sandusky's ex officio mayor John Hamilton.

6:05 PM Jan 18, 2012
The nation's top agriculture official on Wednesday announced more than $300 million in emergency assistance to 33 states and Puerto Rico to help them recover from an unusually intense year for natural disasters across the U.S.
5:58 PM Jan 18, 2012
Sandusky and Perkins Township police are searching for a man who robbed the Subway restaurant on West Perkins Avenue on Monday night.
3:49 PM Jan 18, 2012

Rock music is dead, so why not try something else?

Contemporary classical music is still kind of an underground movement, but there's plenty of interesting music to excite the ear.

1:40 PM Jan 18, 2012
U.S. factories are roaring back from the depths of the recession, cranking out more machinery, vehicles and energy.
1:28 PM Jan 18, 2012
Q: I'm wondering if any of your "older" readers remember the little English Bulldog on Kelleys Island that talked. I think he was at the Casino. The waitress that worked there had taught the dog to say different works and sentences. - Dave from Massillon.
12:00 PM Jan 18, 2012
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum opened its new library and archives to the public on Tuesday to give scholars and fans access to the stories behind the music through such "artifacts" as personal letters from Madonna and Aretha Franklin and 1981-82 video of the Rolling Stones tour.
10:14 AM Jan 18, 2012