This week on Five Points with Emil and Andy, the guys discuss the NAACP letter to Sandusky police, the GOP presidential race and having bad days.

 

4:05 PM Jan 5, 2012
(UPDATED WITH VIDEO) Blowing up buildings for a living keeps an Idaho family traveling all around the world.
3:07 PM Jan 5, 2012
Cedar Fair announced today attendance at its 17 parks increased 2.6 percent in 2011, soaring to 23.4 million visitors.
2:38 PM Jan 5, 2012
Federal regulators along with the operators of nuclear plant in Ohio are expected to give more insight into what's causing cracks found in a concrete shell surrounding the reactor.
2:28 PM Jan 5, 2012
Police in Ohio say a man was stabbed in a fight over a music video and the victim not knowing that singer Beyonce is married to rapper Jay-Z.
12:04 PM Jan 5, 2012
The home of President Rutherford B. Hayes in northwest Ohio will close for more than a month starting Jan. 24 during the last major phase of a $1.2 million makeover.
11:49 AM Jan 5, 2012
U.S. Tsubaki strikers and Machinists union leaders united in solidarity Wednesday outside the chain-manufacturing plant on Edgewater Avenue.
10:40 AM Jan 5, 2012
(UPDATED WITH PDFs) The Sandusky chapter of the NAACP is calling for the police department to conduct an internal review about how it treats residents.
10:39 AM Jan 5, 2012
A bodybuilder who was shot in the head during a carjacking outside a Nevada casino - then drove herself to get help - was released from a Salt Lake City hospital just days after the shooting, which authorities said figured in a two-state crime spree.
10:36 AM Jan 5, 2012
A fast-thinking Sandusky mom scooped up her 2-year-old daughter and avoided certain disaster Monday night when a suspected drunken driver nearly plowed them over on Fifth Street.
8:30 AM Jan 5, 2012
The Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron and Richland counties reminds residents emergency heating assistance is available again this year through the Winter Crisis Program.
4:11 PM Jan 4, 2012

This week on Between the Lines, Matt Westerhold interviews Huron City Manager Andy White about the impending ConAgra implosion.

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2:28 PM Jan 4, 2012
An Indiana magistrate entered a not guilty plea Wednesday for a man accused of bludgeoning and dismembering a 9-year-old girl whose sick mother had entrusted her to his care.
2:21 PM Jan 4, 2012
In a defiant display of executive power, President Barack Obama on Wednesday will buck GOP opposition and name Richard Cordray as the nation's chief consumer watchdog. Outraged Republican leaders in Congress suggested that courts would determine the appointment was illegal.
11:44 AM Jan 4, 2012
Maria Rocio Alvarez was sick for most of her short life, but her cheerful nature brought joy to her family, friends and classmates.
11:20 AM Jan 4, 2012