Q: Why is it that January and Erie County Head Start still has no transportation for students? The busing is a HUGE part of the program considering it is for low-income families. And the parents have not been kept up on the situation. They keep being told it is in progress. Now there is a rumor that the head of the transportation "retired' over winter break. Can you please help get to the bottom of this huge dilemma? - Ronda From Hayes Ave
12:00 PM Jan 20, 2012
Authorities say an Ohio father has been jailed after he allegedly put his daughter into a dog cage as punishment, then threatened to electrify it.
11:49 AM Jan 20, 2012
Sandusky's seven city commissioners oppose making the city manager's position an elected office. And they want voters aware of their opinion.
11:41 AM Jan 20, 2012
Firefighters were able to stop the progress of a fast-moving brush fire near Reno Thursday, but not before the wall of flames burned several homes and forced about 10,000 people to evacuate their neighborhoods.
11:02 AM Jan 20, 2012
First-run movies return to the Sandusky State Theatre for the first time in decades with a showing this evening of "My Week with Marilyn.'
11:02 AM Jan 20, 2012
A Marblehead man already indicted for theft faces additional charges after he's been accused of stealing from a 78-year-old man he met at an addiction support group.
10:54 AM Jan 20, 2012
The Lake Erie Improvement Association is hoping area lake lovers will join in the fight against the Lake Erie's algal bloom.
9:00 AM Jan 20, 2012
(UPDATED WITH 911 CALL) Police discovered a body inside a burning vehicle at the Walmart parking lot this morning.
11:33 PM Jan 19, 2012
(UPDATED WITH VIDEO) Workers are cleaning up a train derailment that occurred Wednesday afternoon in the 5500 block of Barrett Road in Margaretta Township, near Hunter's Sports Bar.
11:32 PM Jan 19, 2012

This week on Five Points, Emil and Andy talk about the wintry weather, reality shows and how to get rich.

 

6:14 PM Jan 19, 2012
Erie County Sheriff's deputies have two men in custody who they believe may be involved in burglaries around the area.
3:58 PM Jan 19, 2012

(Updated with Sherrod Brown statement).

2:24 PM Jan 19, 2012
The state attorney general says sweepstakes scams cost Ohioans about $2 million last year as gauged by complaints to his office's consumer protection section.
1:32 PM Jan 19, 2012