In six years of trapping, one thing has become apparent to Cody Champ: His pursuit of animal pelts isn't cheap, costing him $100 a week just for gas. So, it's little wonder the Illinois man welcomed a recent state law that allows him to get a few freebies, even if he needs a shovel and good gloves.
3:00 PM Jan 8, 2012
Twelve residents filed complaints against Sandusky police in 2011, alleging officer misconduct, police harassment or other misdeeds.
1:00 PM Jan 8, 2012
Teetering tots and curious 6-year-olds listen in awe when Julie Ladd tells them about all the tracks animals leave in the snow.
11:00 AM Jan 8, 2012
The Obama administration says it is expanding the FBI's more than eight-decade-old definition of rape to reflect a better understanding of the crime and to broaden protections.
5:00 AM Jan 8, 2012
New federal regulations are dimming a bright idea Thomas Edison perfected more than 130 years ago.
12:00 AM Jan 8, 2012
When a powerful blizzard ripped through North Dakota last winter, hundreds of drivers were stranded as white-out conditions shuttered interstates spanning the state. Snow whipped up by wind marred the lines between pavement and grassy drop-offs, leaving some scared motorists unsure what to do.
3:00 PM Jan 7, 2012
Most parents are happy to teach their kids how to throw a ball, or ride a bike. Eliyah Kelly's parents are teaching her how to bring down multistory structures with the push of a button.
1:00 PM Jan 7, 2012
Children used to clamor to get into Danny Acker's classes, and he was so popular he was once named his elementary school's Teacher of the Year.
11:00 AM Jan 7, 2012
Thieves have stolen at least eight cars in Perkins Township and Sandusky in the past month, police said.
8:00 AM Jan 7, 2012
The rolling hills and scenic bluffs of western Wisconsin and southeastern Minnesota hide a valuable resource that has sparked what's been called a modern-day gold rush.
6:00 AM Jan 7, 2012
For most kids in Huron, the implosion of the ConAgra buildings will be an earth-shattering event they'll see only once in their lifetimes.
5:00 AM Jan 7, 2012
The state should transfer mentally ill juvenile inmates to psychiatric facilities as soon as possible and find money for their treatment, according to a new report on the status of Ohio's youth prison system.
4:46 PM Jan 6, 2012
FirstEnergy and Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials were matter-of-fact at a public meeting Thursday as they talked about their decision last month to turn on Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station, despite serious safety concerns.
11:59 AM Jan 6, 2012
Locked-out tire company workers in Ohio are in a new dispute with management - about whether it backed out of new talks.
10:51 AM Jan 6, 2012
On a doorstep outside a family home, a father wondered why police had to shoot his son in the hall of the boy's middle school. In an office across town, a police chief insisted that his officers had no choice.
10:41 AM Jan 6, 2012