It doesn't take much to start a political spat in Ohio, where jockeying for every presidential vote is practically blood sport. The latest pits President Barack Obama's campaign against groups representing military voters, an uncomfortable place for the commander in chief.
Police have asked neighbors in a rundown industrial area to watch for a man suspected of tying three dogs to railroad tracks, where two were killed by a train and one survived by crouching off the rails.
City commissioner Pervis Brown Jr. defended himself against accusations he botched the search for a new police chief by excluding any officers with present or past associations with the Perkins Police Department from consideration.
Q: My girlfriend is a devout Christian; I'm a non-believer as of yet. Her parents and friends seem to like me and we get along. But, if we decide to marry down the road, I am not sure I want to convert. Since her religion is so important to her, I can't help but think she may be better off with someone who shares the same views. I love her so much but wonder if it's enough to keep us together.
Federal agents arrested an Ohio man at a motel Wednesday morning in the killing of his on-and-off girlfriend during a vacation to North Carolina's Outer Banks earlier this summer, ending a monthlong nationwide manhunt.
Q: What disciplinary actions, if any, were taken against the new Sandusky Boys' Basketball coach? Yes, we all make mistakes, but a drunken coach, who was driving none the less, is questionable to be a leader that sets a good example to the youth. - Charles from Sandusky
You've probably heard of the Ben Stiller comedy "Night at the Museum," in which the exhibits come to life after hours. But have your ever wondered what happens at the Sandusky Library when the doors are locked?
A Fremont woman accused of using a farm tractor to drag a donkey has pleaded not guilty to 14 misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty. (Warning: A photo with this story may be disturbing to some readers.)