The Erie County Dog Pound has these dogs available for adoption:
2:07 PM Sep 14, 2012
The following real estate transactions represent the highest and lowest amounts recorded in Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties for the week ending Sept. 14.
1:46 PM Sep 14, 2012
Autopsies performed by Lucas County coroners have confirmed Heather Jackson and her children died by strangulation.
1:38 PM Sep 14, 2012

People who listen to classical music seriously are a minority. If you spend time listening to music written by living composers, you're part of a minority within a minority.

1:12 PM Sep 14, 2012
The Perkins homecoming parade will start today at 5:30 with the game against St. Mary Central Catholic to start at 7 p.m. Check back later for a photo gallery from the parade and photos and a story about the game at Fandy.com.
12:36 PM Sep 14, 2012
A Sandusky man was flown by medical helicopter to a Toledo hospital Wednesday after suffering a head injury while weed-whacking near a Milan Township property.
12:29 PM Sep 14, 2012
This week on the Sandusky History blog, we learn about the centennial of the War of 1812 festivities - which included visits from some of America's top politicians at the time.
12:19 PM Sep 14, 2012
Michigan anglers could soon spear fish without penalty on the state's largest inland lake - the only one that officials say currently bans the practice.
10:00 AM Sep 14, 2012
They were locked in eternal embrace - a mother and her children, tucked peacefully into a single coffin.
8:00 AM Sep 14, 2012
An effort to posthumously restore the U.S. citizenship of a former Ohio autoworker who died while appealing his conviction of Nazi war crimes has been dismissed.
6:00 AM Sep 14, 2012
The nation bid farewell Thursday to Neil Armstrong, the first man to take a giant leap on to the moon.
8:00 PM Sep 13, 2012
When an Ohio woman packed her bags for a Disney vacation, her cat didn't want to stay behind.
5:00 PM Sep 13, 2012
Sandusky police and Erie County deputies are scrambling to find a registered sex offender who flew the coop Sept. 4 during a judge-ordered furlough.
3:38 PM Sep 13, 2012
A former adviser to President Barack Obama says the president would continue supporting a wide-ranging Great Lakes restoration program if re-elected. But Carol Browner says it's too soon to know how much money would be available during a second Obama term.
2:00 PM Sep 13, 2012