A drunken pedestrian helped herself to a seat in a Huron police cruiser, according to a police report.
1:59 PM Jul 1, 2011
State officials say following too close and drunken driving are the most common causes of Fourth of July holiday weekend crashes in Ohio.
11:44 AM Jul 1, 2011
A vintage Ford Tri-Motor plane that has landed in Sandusky will offer riders a bird's-eye view of Lake Erie all weekend.
9:03 AM Jul 1, 2011
State officials have proposed some Ohio 53 improvements that Bay Township residents hope will make the road safer for motorists.
8:04 AM Jul 1, 2011
Today marks the end of an era for Berlin-Milan Schools. The district officially implemented its new name today - Edison Local Schools.
6:04 AM Jul 1, 2011
The White House Council on Environmental Quality's Asian Carp Director John Goss will lead a public meeting of the Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee on July 7 in Port Clinton.
11:12 PM Jun 30, 2011
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5:48 PM Jun 30, 2011
A Huron woman's roommates were arrested Tuesday after assaulting her while trying to kick her out of the apartment, according to a Huron police report.
5:39 PM Jun 30, 2011
A Port Clinton man accused of shooting at an Ottawa County Sheriff's deputy Monday morning is a U.S. Coast Guard enlisted member who routinely handles weapons on the job.
2:21 PM Jun 30, 2011
Ohio is reporting the nation's largest decline in new applications for unemployment benefits, while the government says the number of claims nationwide is mostly unchanged.
12:23 PM Jun 30, 2011
A Vermilion Township medical office was evacuated Wednesday afternoon after a man's mace canister began to leak.
12:22 PM Jun 30, 2011
A Norwalk man in prison for sex crimes against a girl in Huron County has now been charged for a similar crime last year involving a 15-year-old girl in Erie County.
8:03 AM Jun 30, 2011
Though AAA has predicted Independence Day travel will be down 2.5 percent from last year, local tourism officials are optimistic we'll start the summer off right this weekend.
6:03 AM Jun 30, 2011
Thousands of opponents of Ohio's new collective bargaining law marched through the streets of Columbus on Wednesday to deliver signatures aimed at getting a repeal question on the November ballot, even as Gov. John Kasich continued to defend the law.
6:03 AM Jun 30, 2011
(UPDATED WITH FULL STORY AND VIDEO) A Norwalk man said he heard voices that compelled him to start a fire in a library closet, but he said he closed the door to make sure it didn't spread.
11:03 PM Jun 29, 2011