Hazel the schnauzer and Wrigley the black lab mix mean everything to Harriet Buscombe. The dogs protect her on her pre-dawn runs around her Champaign, Ill., neighborhood, but mostly they make her feel great.
A man accused in a deadly series of stabbings in Michigan is a paranoid schizophrenic who had delusions that "evil forces" were directing him to hurt others, a psychiatrist testified Thursday as attorneys launched an insanity defense.
Q: Firelands Regional Medical Center is not very handicap-friendly. There are few handicap parking spaces and many cars park over into the spots anyway. What will they do to address this problem? Will they start calling the cops on people who do park over in the spaces? Thanks. -Norma from Huron.
Excerpt from the Viewpoint editorial in today's Register, May 17, 2012: Sandusky High School is strong and has been for more than a century. The wise decision by school board and school administrators to move will not be without issues. But a new generation of Blue Streaks will be up for whatever challenges are placed in front of them and will adapt accordingly.
This is a weekly column by Sandusky attorney Dan McGookey, devoted to telling true stories of homeowners who have been victimized by a lending system which makes it profitable to foreclose. The names used have been changed for privacy purposes. This is Karen's Tale.