Keith Wohlever, a longtime assistant chief at Perkins fire, has landed the department's top spot following the retirement of Richard Myosky.
8:00 AM Oct 15, 2011
Two organizations are developing a study that will outline three options for separating the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds in the Chicago area to prevent migration of Asian carp and other invasive species between them.
6:00 AM Oct 15, 2011
Yuan Mei Guo could only cling to her 9-month-old daughter and wait helplessly as the flames roared two floors below them.
5:00 AM Oct 15, 2011
An Ohio Democratic lawmaker is proposing to drug-test elected officials, in response to a Republican-backed bill calling for drug-testing of welfare recipients.
3:48 PM Oct 14, 2011
An Ottawa County jury found a Port Clinton man innocent of a felonious assault charge related to an incident where he allegedly shot at a sheriff's deputy this past summer.
3:20 PM Oct 14, 2011
A state watchdog concludes that the Ohio Division of Wildlife failed to properly investigate and report allegations that wildlife officers illegally provided out-of-state colleagues with Ohio fishing licenses at a discount.
3:16 PM Oct 14, 2011

(With Mobile Clip) Perkins Township fiscal officer candidates Diane Schaefer and Jane Gildenmeister visited the Register officers for a debate on Oct. 13.

See the full debate here (not mobile compatible):

12:45 PM Oct 14, 2011

(WITH MOBILE CLIP) Norwalk Mayor Sue Lesch and her November election opponent Rob Duncan appear for a debate on Between the Lines, Oct. 12.

Watch the full show here (not mobile compatible).

12:39 PM Oct 14, 2011
Work crews in area cities, townships and villages are gearing up for another season of leaf collections - but they're asking residents to follow the rules so everything runs smoothly.
12:28 PM Oct 14, 2011
Feeling good about your odds today? There's a chance of showers. Find out the forecast, hear about local birthdays and see what's going on at sanduskyregister.com with Sarah Weber and Jason Werling.
11:56 AM Oct 14, 2011
A 78-year-old Ohio grandmother at the center of an ad battle over Ohio's collective bargaining law accuses a group defending the measure of "stealing" her words from an ad by the opposition and said in an interview that she deserves an apology.
11:24 AM Oct 14, 2011
An arm of the U.S. Department of Transportation has hit a Fremont company with a fine of almost $4 million for manufacturing and selling faulty tanks that hold anhydrous ammonia.
10:43 AM Oct 14, 2011
Officials on Thursday moved to put an end to Wall Street protesters' month-long occupation of a park that spawned similar gatherings across the nation, setting up a potential confrontation with police and an uncertain future for a movement that claims to speak for the disillusioned middle class.
8:00 AM Oct 14, 2011
Small volunteer fire departments are struggling to adapt to conditions of a 2008 law that regulates the ongoing training and aptitude testing of Ohio firefighters.
6:00 AM Oct 14, 2011

This week on Five Points with Emil and Andy, the guys talk about the big green blob in Lake Erie, Occupy Wall Street and proper dress code for reporters.

 

8:10 PM Oct 13, 2011