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3:20 PM Sep 16, 2011

Erie County Sheriff Terry Lyons was our guest on Between the Lines this week. We also talked to Ashley Bethard from Funcoast and Merry-Go-Round Museum executive director Vicki Vandenbout.

2:25 PM Sep 16, 2011
At least two masked men - possibly up to four - barged into a South Forest Drive home early Friday, assaulting at least one of five men inside.
12:45 PM Sep 16, 2011
A federal appeals court panel on Friday struck down the requirement in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul package that virtually all Americans must carry health insurance or face penalties.
12:33 PM Sep 16, 2011
President Barack Obama says people are frustrated by the partisanship that has gridlocked Washington and he wants them to tell lawmakers they must compromise for the sake of the country.
12:30 PM Sep 16, 2011
Lack of jobs - not the deficit - is the biggest problem facing the country today, U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Toledo, told local Democrats at a fundraiser Monday.
12:29 PM Sep 16, 2011
Seeking to jolt the economy, President Barack Obama will unveil new ideas to create jobs and help the struggling poor and middle class in a major speech after Labor Day. And then he will try to seize political advantage by spending the fall pressuring Congress to act on his plan.
12:28 PM Sep 16, 2011
Confronting the most public anxiety yet of his Midwestern tour, President Barack Obama sought Wednesday to reassure an audience in his home state of Illinois that the economy would recover, but warned that Washington is not the answer to the nation's economic troubles.
12:27 PM Sep 16, 2011
Gov. John Kasich said Thursday that his effort to privatize Ohio's job-creation functions will mean about 200 fewer state jobs as many parts of the state Department of Development are shut down and moved to the nonprofit JobsOhio.
12:26 PM Sep 16, 2011
(UPDATED) A group seeking to roll back an Ohio law limiting the negotiating powers of 350,000 unionized public workers reiterated Thursday that it will only consider negotiating a compromise with the governor if the bill is repealed.
12:25 PM Sep 16, 2011
It appears Ohio won't get $176 million in federal stimulus money to expand its unemployment benefits.
12:25 PM Sep 16, 2011
For years Perkins Township trustees ignored a study detailing how local taxpayers could save $200,000 yearly if the Sandusky and Perkins police departments shared one facility.
12:24 PM Sep 16, 2011
Joe the Plumber is considering whether he wants to plunge into a congressional race in Ohio, a Republican party official said.
12:23 PM Sep 16, 2011
The legal fallout and cost created by the Huron River Greenway continues to plague taxpayers. That's the unfortunate truth. A special section in this Sunday's Register offers readers the full story, from the start more than 15 years ago right up to today. "Government gone bad," is based on interviews with property owners who continue to fight what they call Erie MetroParks' unlawful seizure of their land, and others, as well as court documents and other filings available here.
12:19 PM Sep 16, 2011
A local contractor says he knows the property he's tearing down has become a nuisance, but he believes a councilman's watchful eye is equally annoying.
12:18 PM Sep 16, 2011