(UPDATED AT 5:12 P.M.) There's no consensus on where Perkins Schools should go from here with its buildings and athletic facilities. Maintain the status quo and repair as needed? Build a new high school? Or consolidate with one or more other local districts?
8:43 AM May 13, 2011
Sandusky High School's graduation is about two weeks away, but some seniors are holding out hope that they'll walk under blue skies rather than gymnasium rafters.
8:00 AM May 13, 2011
An expert panel asked by Congress to recommend ways to deal with global warming said Thursday that the U.S. should not wait to substantially reduce the pollution responsible and any efforts to delay action would be shortsighted.
6:00 AM May 13, 2011
Investigators can't pinpoint exactly what sparked a blaze Sunday that destroyed 15 classic cars in a Monroeville warehouse and caused more than $250,000 in damages.
5:00 AM May 13, 2011
The Ohio Parole Board on Thursday recommended mercy for a condemned killer of two scheduled to die in June, a relatively rare step by a board that generally sides with the state in its rulings.
6:02 PM May 12, 2011
(UPDATED AT 1:12 P.M.) Retired U.S. autoworker John Demjanjuk was convicted of thousands of counts of acting as an accessory to murder at a Nazi death camp and sentenced on Thursday to five years in prison
1:11 PM May 12, 2011
The developer of casinos in Cleveland and Cincinnati says it is suspending construction in response to a state House proposal that would require the facilities to pay taxes on what bettors spend as well as what they win.
12:23 PM May 12, 2011
Q: Hi Jason, There is half-built or half-torn down motel (eyesore) on Cleveland Road. I thought it was suppose to be demolished awhile back, but it's still there. Would you have an update? - Jacque on Palmer Drive
12:10 PM May 12, 2011
Join the celebration as a section of Shelby Street is renamed to Henry Way.
11:40 AM May 12, 2011
Of the 31 people who turned themselves over to Norwalk police last week, most avoided jail time.
9:01 AM May 12, 2011
Bin Laden planned to bomb smaller American cities, attack trains and orchestrate many other terror plots, according to his personal, handwritten journal and his massive collection of computer files.
8:55 AM May 12, 2011
After serving 13 months for killing her on-again, off-again boyfriend, a Danbury Township woman has been released from prison.
8:52 AM May 12, 2011
Wednesday's miniature golf event at Cedar Point was expected to raise about $7,000 for Firelands Red Cross, said Ron Rude, the organization's executive director.
8:32 AM May 12, 2011
School officials evacuated Huron High School briefly on Wednesday after a student found a bomb threat written on a chalkboard.
7:00 AM May 12, 2011
Progress in the U.S. Tsubaki strike is like Cedar Point's opening day traffic -- slow and possibly at a standstill.
12:00 AM May 12, 2011