Police: Man Allegedly Used His Prosthetic Leg To Hit WifeAn Ohio man accused of using one of his prosthetic legs to hit his wife has been arrested on a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence.
Caretaker Filmed Performing Lap Dance On 100-Year-Old ManPolice say a caretaker was filmed performing a sexually provocative dance on a 100-year-old resident at an Ohio assisted living home.
Bystander Streams Disturbing Video Of Men Overdosing At Ohio McDonald'sA man live-streamed a disturbing scene outside a McDonald's in Sandusky, Ohio.
So Long 'Mean Streak': Famous Roller Coaster Axed For GoodThe colossal wooden structure standing tall at Cedar Point, known as "Mean Streak," will be going down in no time.
Grant Application Process Open For Penn State-Sandusky MoneyA Pennsylvania commission is now taking applications for grants from the $48 million paid into the state treasury by Penn State over the university's handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal.
Best Places For A Fall Getaway Near PittsburghDip into that pot and take a day or two to visit any of these amazing destinations that will give you that reprieve you've been dreaming about all year.
Jay Paterno Shares The Life And Legacy Of His FatherJay Paterno joined host Robert Mangino to explore his new book, his father's life, and his father's legacy.
Sandusky Charity Seeks To Transfer Funds
Theme Park Cancels Wedding Promo After Gay Marriage ProtestAn amusement park in Ohio is canceling a wedding contest after a gay couple organized a protest against the promotion.
Injuries Reported After Boat Ride Flips At Cedar PointA boat on a ride at an amusement park that bills itself as the best in the world accidentally rolled backward down a hill and flipped over when the ride malfunctioned Friday, injuring all seven people on it.
Son Of Jerry Sandusky Seeks To Have Name ChangedA son of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is seeking to have his name changed more than a year after his adoptive father was convicted of child sexual abuse.
Judge OKs Criminal Case Against 3 PSU Administrators The criminal case can move forward against three Penn State administrators accused of covering up reports that Jerry Sandusky was behaving improperly with children, a judge ruled Tuesday.

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