(UPDATED 1 a.m.) Norwalk's fire department and library got solid support from the city's voters Tuesday, but Norwalk Schools and the Huron County Senior Center weren't so fortunate.
1:22 AM Mar 7, 2012
(UPDATED 12:55 a.m.) Samuel Wurzelbacher has won the Republican nomination in his home state as he makes a bid for Congress.
12:59 AM Mar 7, 2012
(UPDATED 9:20 p.m.) Margaretta Township voters have soundly supported a levy for the fire department, but they shot down a levy to fund road and bridge repairs, according to unoffiical election results.
9:26 PM Mar 6, 2012
(UPDATED 9:21 p.m.) Unofficial results show the charter change has been defeated.
9:21 PM Mar 6, 2012
(UPDATED 9:19 p.m.) Unofficial results show Ferrell has defeated Terry.
9:19 PM Mar 6, 2012
(UPDATED 9:15 p.m.)Unofficial results show Shenigo bests Artino.
9:17 PM Mar 6, 2012
(UPDATED 4:18 p.m.) The economy and which candidate had the best chance to beat President Barack Obama were some of the main concerns cited by Ohio Republicans voting on Super Tuesday in the GOP presidential primary.
5:49 PM Mar 6, 2012

Reporters Emil Whitis and Andy Ouriel are asking this year's Presidential candidates to make an Ohio campaign stop in Sandusky.

5:49 PM Mar 6, 2012

I started my blog last Thursday with “I’m finally feeling better.” Now, I’m getting sick again! Being sick in a weight loss competition sucks!

12:39 PM Mar 6, 2012
Police in a Medina County community arrested Awet Bahta, 18, last month after discovering his alleged involvement in a scheme where stolen credit card numbers were used to purchase items at businesses throughout Ohio - including many stores in Sandusky.
11:43 AM Mar 6, 2012
Forget three being a crowd. In November, voters will see a packed political field for Erie County commissioner on their ballots.
11:42 AM Mar 6, 2012
A judge will soon decide if accused cop killer Kevin Randleman should face trial in Erie County or, as defense attorneys have requested, move to a different county where there's been less media coverage.
8:30 AM Mar 6, 2012
A new study shows that federal judges are handing out widely disparate sentences for similar crimes 30 years after Congress tried to create fairer results, but the differences don't line up with the party of the president who appointed the judges, despite any impressions that Republicans or Democrats may be tougher or softer on crime.
5:20 PM Mar 5, 2012