The Huron River Greenway legal fiasco continues to eat up Erie MetroParks' money.
10:19 AM Jun 17, 2011
Area law enforcement agencies were rarely called upon to handle the influx of motorcyclists and visitors during Ohio Bike Week.
10:00 AM Jun 17, 2011
Defiant and combative no longer, New York Rep. Anthony Weiner soberly announced his resignation from Congress on Thursday, bowing to the furor caused by his sexually charged online dalliances with a former porn actress and other women.
8:00 AM Jun 17, 2011
A Sandusky woman asked police to charge her grandson with assault, even after admitting she held a knife to the boy's throat, according to a police report.
6:00 AM Jun 17, 2011
(UPDATED with PDFs) Erie MetroParks director Steve Dice will announce his retirement at tonight's MetroParks board meeting.
6:22 PM Jun 16, 2011

It's time for the Cleveland Plain Dealer to admit that its PolitiFact feature is a waste of space. The paper should just get rid of it, and use the space on the front of its Metro section for more articles.

4:22 PM Jun 16, 2011
The U.S. 250 bridge over Rattlesnake Creek on the Erie-Huron county border has reopened.
3:54 PM Jun 16, 2011
The Erie County Humane Society features the following felines available for adoption:
3:35 PM Jun 16, 2011
New research shows that a third of Ohio's farmland is loaded with too much phosphorus that's found in farm fertilizers and livestock manure.
3:23 PM Jun 16, 2011
We asked a few area residents if they think Sandusky has become too dangerous in light of the recent gun violence. Watch this video to hear their thoughts and jump into the conversation by commenting below.
12:17 PM Jun 16, 2011
Police charged a Sandusky woman with resisting arrest and assault after she kicked an officer in the chest early Wednesday morning.
9:01 AM Jun 16, 2011
A Norwalk man who police say beat his neighbors with a hammer is behind bars on a felonious assault charge.
6:00 AM Jun 16, 2011
Transit rides will be free today to promote public transportation during a nationwide campaign to save money during high gas prices.
5:00 AM Jun 16, 2011
State parks and other lands in Ohio would be opened to oil and gas drilling under a bill that passed the state Senate on Wednesday, despite environmental concerns raised by Democrats.
4:41 PM Jun 15, 2011