Monday, July 9th, 2018

Erie County/Woman saved from drowning in Huron

Two Huron police officers along with other first responders helped save a Sandusky woman from drowning Saturday afternoon.

Sergeant’s Terry Graham and Nate Orzech reportedly jumped into six-foot waves of waters at Nickel Plate Beach after the woman needed her own help after rescuing her daughter.


Erie County/Fire at Fifth Street Sandusky home

All four people inside a Fifth Street home in Sandusky are safe after a fire early Sunday morning.

The cause of the blaze, which appeared to have an impact on the entire structure, is under investigation.


Huron County/Norwalk woman arrested

A 21-year-old Norwalk woman has been charged with persistent disorderly conduct following an incident early Friday morning.

Alexis Stuckert allegedly threatened police officer’s children, made threats to contaminate the arresting officer’s food at the fast-food restaurant she works for and banged her head on a cruiser…following a disturbance at an apartment on Whittlesey Avenue.


Ottawa County/Port Clinton OVI Checkpoint results

Ten motorists were diverted for additional investigation during a two-hour OVI checkpoint Saturday on State Route 163 in Port Clinton.

Out of those ten, one driver was arrested for OVI and one was found with an open container.


Erie-Huron County/Attorney General names local students to Teen Ambassador Board

Four local students have been named to Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Teen Ambassador Board for the upcoming school year.

Bellevue’s Kent Heiser, Edison’s Lexi Weyer, Keystone’s Annali Perez and Perkins’ McClain Farley will get an inside look at Ohio law and government and will also advise the Attorney General’s Office on issues relating to teens.

Over 300 students from 160-plus schools make up the board.


Huron County/State Route 547 road work

Road construction this week in Huron County’s Sherman Township…

Starting today, State Route 547 between Section Line Road and Heyman Road will be closed for a culvert replacement.

The road is expected to be back open by this Friday.


Erie County/Berlin Heights Kiwanis shoes fundraiser

The Berlin Heights Kiwanis Club is wrapping up their shoe fundraiser this week.

You can donate gently-worn shoes, boots, and other foot attire by this Thursday at the Berlin Heights and Milan libraries; which will then be donated to third-world entrepreneurs who will repair and resell the shoes.

The Kiwanis Club will then receive money to buy books for Edison Elementary students.






Sunny, with a high near 88.



Mostly clear, with a low around 65.



A chance of showers and thunderstorms.

Mostly sunny, with a high near 80.



Sunny, with a high near 80.