Sunday Apr 13
Children learn of Civil War up close at Hayes
On April 12, 1861, the Battle of Fort Sumter near Charleston, S.C., started the Civil War, a conflict that would last four years and take more American lives than any other war.
For the record: Man says he's on drugs and wants to kill people
CRASHES * 4 p.m., Jessica Delphous, 19, Oak Harbor, was cited with failure to control after a crash on Elmore-Eastern Road, Harris Township.
Judge reaffirms process in Castalia man's case
The judge who presided over a special grand jury that in November declined to indict anyone in a Castalia, Ohio, man's 2012 death expressed support Tuesday for the grand-jury process during a news conference.
Marijuana dealer gets 6 mos. in jail for probation violation
An Erie County man convicted of selling marijuana was sentenced Monday to six months in jail for violating his probation.
News conference will address grand jury allegations
A judge is expected to respond publicly today during a news conference to allegations that the grand jury that reviewed the Jacob Limberios case was tainted.
Judge: No sense to complaint
The judge who presided over assembling the special grand jury in the Jacob Limberios case said he does not believe allegations that the jury was tainted are valid.
Ohio animal rehab center facing financial crunch
The founder of Back to the Wild in Castalia near Sandusky is appealing for donations after losing an important supply of free food for its hawks and owls.
AG asks judge to review Limberios grand jury
The Ohio Attorney General's Office has asked a visiting judge to make sure a special grand jury that reviewed the Jacob Limberios case was chosen legally.
District partners with police
A newly approved partnership between Margaretta Schools and local law enforcement could strengthen the district's security as soon as next month.