Lawmakers and Ohio companies will set up booths in the Statehouse on Tuesday to encourage Ohioans to buy from companies headquartered in the state this holiday season.
10:37 AM Dec 6, 2011
Clerks at two local gas stations weren't duped by callers who claimed to be managers in need of money for vendors and equipment.
10:26 AM Dec 6, 2011
Looking for new ways to save money, leaders at the Sandusky, Perkins and Huron school districts are thinking about merging transportation services. The consolidation of food service programs, too, might also be on the table.
9:00 AM Dec 6, 2011
When $14,000 went missing from a couple's Strecker Road home, they quickly suspected a familiar pain-pill addict: their daughter.
8:00 AM Dec 6, 2011
Two Vermilion High School students were expelled last week and are facing menacing charges for threats they made on Facebook against their football coach.
7:30 PM Dec 5, 2011
The struggling U.S. Postal Service says it's moving forward with plans to close more than 250 mail processing centers around the country, including 10 in Ohio.
6:57 PM Dec 5, 2011
Norwalk officials have fired a long-time city electrician on Friday following multiple drug-related work violations.
6:43 PM Dec 5, 2011
An Ohio congressman is criticizing a decision allowing an Ohio nuclear reactor to reopen after cracks were discovered in protective concrete at the plant.
3:47 PM Dec 5, 2011
Teen sexting of nude photos online or via cellphone may be far less common than people think, new research suggests.
2:04 PM Dec 5, 2011
A driver was arrested after leading troopers on a 20-mile high-speed chase along the Ohio Turnpike and crashing just east of Berlin Heights.
12:30 PM Dec 5, 2011
Police in an Ohio college town have arrested three Occupy protesters after telling them to clear out their tents last week.
12:03 PM Dec 5, 2011
Between restitution payments and the county's insurance coverage, the $246,000 Erie County taxpayers lost to theft and audit costs last year should be fully recovered.
11:13 AM Dec 5, 2011
On Labor Day weekend Al Ereditario of Lorain bought a Hog for a Cause raffle ticket at the Milan Melon Festival. He had almost forgotten about it by the time the Nov. 2 drawing rolled around. He and his wife, Rebecca, drove to Kalahari Resort for the Girls' Night Out event, looked at the gleaming new motorcycle on display, stayed for a short time and then drove back home.
5:00 AM Dec 5, 2011