The sun will come out tomorrow - at least that's what the forecast says. Get today's weather, birthdays and coming features with Sarah Weber and Jason Werling.
12:16 PM Oct 3, 2011
Ohio plans to have two study groups research how to better fight toxic algae on Lake Erie after seeing a concentrated algae bloom in its western basin this year.
11:30 AM Oct 3, 2011
It sounds like a harrowing Halloween story: Underwater, vampire-like creatures bore holes into fish in Lake Erie so they can suck out their life fluids.
9:00 AM Oct 3, 2011
Hispanic students have started vanishing from Alabama public schools in the wake of a court ruling that upheld the state's tough new law cracking down on illegal immigration.
1:31 AM Oct 3, 2011
A woman who choked a 71-year-old greeter at the Elyria Walmart Supercenter and then boasted about it to her daughter was sentenced to 15 days in jail Thursday in Elyria Municipal Court.
12:29 AM Oct 3, 2011
Four years ago Vanessa Tiemeier, of Delhi Township, boarded a New York City-bound Greyhound bus to pose, bare-chested, for a photographer she had never met.
3:00 PM Oct 2, 2011
Bedbugs trying to infest hotels and homes in Huron County face a fearsome new enemy - a dog's nose.
1:00 PM Oct 2, 2011
By Matt Westerhold But Gov. Rick Perry's truth should be every parent's truth. The children of immigrants are much like our very own children. They have dreams and aspirations. They are young and hopeful for a better tomorrow.
11:11 AM Oct 2, 2011
Get the latest scoop on the forecast, local birthdays and features coming soon with Jason Werling.
11:00 AM Oct 2, 2011
A library's collection is no longer limited to what's on the shelves.
9:00 AM Oct 2, 2011
During a lifetime of placing American flags on graves, Wayne Van Doren has stumbled upon veterans whose sacrifice dated as far back as the Revolutionary War.
6:00 AM Oct 2, 2011
A 300-ton replica of a U.S. warship victorious in the 1813 Battle of Lake Erie is getting a checkup and some fine tuning at a northeast Ohio shipyard before returning to its homeport in Pennsylvania.
5:00 AM Oct 2, 2011
Citing health and safety as primary concerns, Sandusky officials have banned anyone from installing outdoor wood-burning boilers or furnaces.
7:06 PM Oct 1, 2011
Police hauled in a man from Honduras Friday morning while he was waiting for a ride in the 2600 block of Columbus Avenue.
1:00 PM Oct 1, 2011
Get your local weather forecast, hear who has a birthday and find out about this day in Register history with Sarah Weber and Jason Werling.
11:00 AM Oct 1, 2011