It was good while it lasted. The influx of federal stimulus dollars America's schools received to help prop up beleaguered budgets is credited for creating or saving at least 300,000 education jobs across the country since 2009, according to the U.S. Department of Education. It also paid for new programs, technology, equipment and supplies.
6:00 AM Mar 11, 2012
The operator of an Ohio gas-drilling wastewater well that was linked to a dozen small earthquakes says the state has based its findings on incomplete science.
3:00 PM Mar 10, 2012
A Sandusky police sergeant and an officer are on paid leave pending an internal investigation into an alleged dispute after the sergeant's wife allegedly sexted the officer, according to police documents.
1:00 PM Mar 10, 2012
Residents and state officials will debate this week whether or not the US 20 Bypass in Norwalk should be used for farm equipment.
11:04 AM Mar 10, 2012
Jurors in the Michigan trial of seven militia members have heard more secretly recorded ramblings of the group's leader, who talks about attacking police and believes foreign troops are on U.S. soil.
11:00 AM Mar 10, 2012
A North Central EMS worker from Sandusky was injured late Friday when a box trailer struck an ambulance on Ohio 2 in Carroll Township.
10:59 AM Mar 10, 2012
A Sandusky man heaved a pile of his own feces at an officer Tuesday inside a police department near Erie, Pa., according to a police report.
5:00 AM Mar 10, 2012
Overall the jobless rates declined in Ohio in January, but Ottawa, Erie, Huron and Sandusky counties felt no relief from high unemployment claims.
5:24 PM Mar 9, 2012
The wrong-way driver in a deadly crash that killed three sorority sisters on Interstate 75 in Ohio had medical issues and was not a drinker, her daughter told authorities in state patrol records released Friday.
4:54 PM Mar 9, 2012

If you can resist this video of a young artist and her love for cats — filmed in Oberlin and in Cleveland — you are made of sterner stuff than I am.

4:53 PM Mar 9, 2012
A former county commissioner and Democratic official was convicted of dozens of corruption charges Friday in a long-running case that led to voter-approved changes in the Cleveland-area political system.
3:29 PM Mar 9, 2012
Water lines break. Sewers back up. Sump pumps fail. Fires happen.
3:25 PM Mar 9, 2012
The following real estate transactions represent the highest and lowest amounts recorded in Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties for the week ending March 9, 2011.
1:16 PM Mar 9, 2012