There was no "Mission Accomplished" banner. No victory parade down the center of this capital scarred and rearranged by nearly nine years of war. No crowds of cheering Iraqis grateful for liberation from Saddam Hussein.
When city administrators questioned Sandusky police Officer James DeSalle about his dishonesty last year, they didn't tell him a union representative could accompany him to the meetings. A year later, that oversight has resulted in DeSalle getting his job back.
Ohio Republicans would concede slight changes to the state's disputed congressional map in exchange for Democratic votes needed to re-unite the state's 2012 primary to March 6 under a plan being discussed at the Statehouse.