This week on Five Points, Emil and Andy talk about the baby who was allegedly left alone by her panhandling parents, skyrocketing gas prices and their favorite fast food breakfast.

4:47 PM Jan 26, 2012
Yo quiero Taco Bell breakfast burrito!
3:33 PM Jan 26, 2012
An anti-dropout law that President Barack Obama would like every state to have has been difficult to enforce in Ohio, where 23,000 teens dropped out during the last school year.
3:24 PM Jan 26, 2012
Q: Can we have an update on the Maui Sands project? When do they plan to reopen and when will we see construction start? - Monica in Sandusky
2:42 PM Jan 26, 2012
While some stations are still offering gas for less than $3.20 per gallon, prices across the region have started jumping to $3.45 or higher.
12:47 PM Jan 26, 2012
Local counties are once again battling the seasonal jump in unemployment, but the fight is ugliest in Ottawa County.
11:56 AM Jan 26, 2012
Fewer people bought new homes in December, making 2011 the worst sales year on record.
10:48 AM Jan 26, 2012
Police arrested a drunken Sandusky man Tuesday after he punched out a window at a Hancock Street home and busted down the door to get at his 17-year-old ex-girlfriend, a police report said.
10:42 AM Jan 26, 2012
Mon Ami Winery and Broadcast Music Inc. have reached a tentative settlement in a lawsuit the music company filed against the winery for copyright violations.
10:28 AM Jan 26, 2012
Q: I was wondering if the deputy who destroyed the cruiser was investigated for wrong doing, even if it was a deer. I know if it was me I would have been cited for failure to control and ticketed. Was the officer cited and, if so, is there so requirement to partake in a driver's education course? Has the officer returned to duty or is he still off of work? Seems like a long time. - Jane from Sandusky
8:59 AM Jan 26, 2012
Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle Overmyer remains tight-lipped about an investigation into possible "workplace violations" by employees at the county jail.
8:52 AM Jan 26, 2012
Investigators in the Ohio attorney general's office, not state troopers, would handle law enforcement in the state's new casinos under changes to a bill unveiled at a House hearing Wednesday.
6:00 AM Jan 26, 2012

Our guests for this week's Between the Lines were's Ashley Bethard and Erie County treasurer candidate Jeff Krabill.

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6:09 PM Jan 25, 2012
The Ohio House has approved changes made by the Senate to an anti-bullying bill, its last hurdle before it can go to the governor's desk.
6:08 PM Jan 25, 2012