The Biggest Week in American Birding kicked off the birding season yesterday and today. Pick up Sunday's Sandusky Register to see how birding tourism affects the north coast and the best places to see migratory birds this coming week.
UPDATED WITH VIDEO Cedar Point announced Wednesday morning it will bring down the Wildcat roller coaster.
Administrators cleared a Sandusky officer of allegations he used excessive force to arrest a woman and later falsified the crime report.
There was to be no confusion. A bold sign, in fact, made it clear what the evening was about: "Vote Here for Removal of Clayton Howard.'
Participants in the Body by Vi Challenge took their dance skills to the floor of the Sandusky Mall to participate in the local version of the "World's Largest Flash Mob" this past Saturday afternoon.
UPDATED WITH VIDEO A large variety of antelope called an Eland caused a ruckus on U.S. 250 today after it escaped from its home at Kalahari Resort's safari park and wandered onto a neighbor's lawn.
(UPDATED WITH VIDEO) Check out Part II in this Sunday's Sandusky Register The sound of hissing is not good.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday took aim at Republican policies that benefit the wealthiest Americans at the expense of the middle and lower classes.

President Barack Obama visited Lorain County Community College on Wednesday afternoon to talk about jobs and the economy.

Click on the player below to review our live coverage of the event.

Perkins High School students and staff are banding together to help one of their own - art teacher Donna Hensley.
On Tuesday evening I was a member of the Ottawa County Special Response Team, a group of 14 men along with dogs from Port Clinton and the Ottawa County Sheriff's office.
(UPDATED with video) A man who never took an art class in his life makes creative works of art out of trash.
Sandusky police Lt. John Orzech said the past couple of weeks haven't been easy.
For the second time in less than six months Perkins police raided a local head shop Wednesday and came out with armloads of synthetic drugs.
When Abraham Lincoln gave a famous short speech to a crowd in Gettysburg, Pa., he told them, "The world will little note, nor long remember, what we say here.'
I am a treasure hunter. I am completely hooked. I am ready to go again with Kevin Lykins, treasure hunter extraordinaire, after only a brief outing in which the earth at Sandusky's Central Park surrendered to us a quarter, two dimes and a ring.
If it gets built, they will come. But they might have to build it themselves.