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President Obama Lawsuit Video included

The GOP intends to sue President Obama for his continues misuse of his executive authority. U.S. Congressman Jim Jordan agrees that with the backing of the courts the ... More>>

Local and National Labor Movements Video included

Union leaders began calling attention to certain issues in the workplace, causing many people to struggle to support their families. Jack McGuire caught up with union leaders to learn more about how labor movements could help families locally and nationally. More>>

Horse Racing at Van Wert Co. Fair, Still Popular Video included

For jockey Jorge Collazo Jr. racing horses is something he loves. And he's good at it, winning the first two races at the Van Wert County Fair. It is the only county fair in Ohio to offer quarter horse and thoroughbred racing More>>

Van Wert Fair Wraps Up Video included

Today is the final day for the Van Wert County Fair.  More>>

Labor Day Holiday Traffic Enforcement Video included

People are heading home after the long labor day weekend. Troopers from the Lima post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol were out in force over the three day holiday weekend, looking for speeders and drunk drivers as well as other violations.  More>>

Lima City Schools in Parade Video included

In recent years, a regular addition to the parade has been the Lima City Schools. An ocean of red encompassed Main Street as students, staff, alumni and more gathered together to help celebrate Lima's labor forces. More>>

Labor Day Parade Video included

Thousands of people lined Main Street in downtown Lima to watch the annual Labor Day Parade. One of the community's largest parades has become a tradition since 1982. More>>

BBQ Gone Bad in Lima Video included

Lima police were in the right time at the right place to intervene in a Labor Day weekend barbecue gone bad. Just before 8 p.m. Lima police responded to an accident at north Collett and Wayne street. Shortly after their arrival, someone from 333 north Collett street alerted police of a stabbing that had just taken place behind the home More>>

Tailgate for Cancer Coming Up Video included

The St. Marys community is coming together next weekend to help raise money for cancer research. The Tailgate for Cancer will be held Saturday Sept. 6 at the St. Marys Eagles parking lot on east Spring street. More>>

Findlay Hoping to Become a "Main Street City" Video included

A downtown Findlay organization is working to continue to improve their city. More>>

Participation Up at Jr. Fair in Findlay Video included

McKenna Morey, a 9 year old from Findlay takes one of her sheep for a walk. She also raises horses. She's just one of the 4-H members participating in this year's Hancock County Jr. Fair. Participation in this year's fair is up according to fair manager David Thomas.  More>>

Camping Popular at GLSM Video included

The final holiday weekend of summer and Grand Lake St. Marys was a busy place. More>>

Ohio National Conventions Video included

As Ohio goes so does the presidential election. So, it would be no surprise if both parties hold their conventions in our state.   More>>

Bridge Closures Video included

A few construction updates to keep in mind as we begin our week. More>>

Cost Of Presidential Lawsuit

The Obama lawsuit is costing tax payers. It is estimated that 350 thousand dollars of congressional spending will be used to pay the Washington legal firm BarkerHostetler. A contract was signed by the Chair of the House Admisitration Committee with the legal firm charging $500 an hour for their services. The GOP intends to sue President Obama for his continues misuse of his executive authority. U.S. Congressman Jim Jordan agrees that with the backing of the courts the lawsuit will proceed. Ho... More>>

Indian Lake Drowning Video included

Questions remain as to why a boat, carrying nine passengers, sank last night on Indian Lake. Our crews were at Indian Lake today, but the scene was cleared. More>>

Fundraiser for Inmate Jail Ministry Video included

Dozens of cars and pickup trucks were on display at an Auglaize County Church parking lot Saturday. More>>

Back to School Germs Video included

It's not only college students, who are heading to campus. Children are back in school too and if you're a parent concerned about children passing germs, you're not alone. More>>

$1 Million to Improve Water Quality Video included

Senator Sherrod Brown announced $1 million in new federal emergency funds, to reduce runoff in the Western Lake Erie Basin.  More>>

Max's Flea Market Video included

Thousands of people continue to flock to the fairgrounds this weekend for Max's Flea Market and Water Dog Races. More>>

Glandorf ParkFest Video included

The 39th Annual Glandorf ParkFest continued today to help support the surrounding community. The fundraiser began with members from Glandorf Lions Club selling bean soup to raise money for the church and park. More>>

Ottoville Park Carnival Video included

The 52nd Annual Ottoville Park Carnival was also today. The carnival shares a similar goal to Glandorf's. More>>

Enrollment Up at University of Findlay Video included

One area college is seeing increasing enrollment numbers this fall. The University of Findlay announced an 8.5% percent increase in enrollment compared to last fall. More>>

I-75 Construction Update Video included

Construction on Interstate 75 continues to progress at a steady pace. Since March of 2013, I-75 has had many construction projects begin, including the Breese Road Interchange. More>>

Crop Expectations Video included

This cool and rainy summer could lead to a promising corn crop this fall. More>>

Labor Day Travel Video included

A three day weekend is upon us with Labor Day on Monday, and with Labor Day comes Labor Day traffic. More>>

Holiday Weekend Gas Prices Video included

Heading into the holiday weekend, drivers may be surprised to see the lowest Labor Day gas prices since 2010. More>>

Putting the Ottawa River Under the Microscope Video included

On Friday, students from Ohio Northern University put the river under the microscope to assist the Ottawa River Coalition. More>>

UNOH Expanding Video included

An area university continues to grow to provide a social atmosphere for their students.  More>>

Renovations planned at health center Video included

Growth continues at a rapid pace for Health Partners of Western Ohio. The agency opened a quick care clinic on Main Street in the spring and a site at Lima Senior two weeks ago. Now, the Eighth Street location is getting a face-lift.  More>>

Late Morning Accident Sends One To Hospital Video included

A late morning single vehicle accident in American Township sends one man to the hospital. More>>

Cell Phone ban could be lifted at Lima Sr. H.S. Video included

A popular form of communications technology, currently banned in many schools could make a limited appearance at one local high school. A proposal to allow Lima Senior High School students limited use of their cell phones at school was announced at Thursday night's school board meeting.  More>>

Ag. Director Tours Area Video included

For farmers Steve and Madelyn Lowery getting a chance to speak with Ohio's Ag Director David Daniels and congressman Bob Latta was an opportunity they couldn't pass up.  More>>

August 28, 2014 edition of Crimestoppers Video included

Crimestoppers will pay a cash reward for information leading to the arrest of the subjects involved with these crimes. More>>

Annual Health Fair Video included

Knowing what is available is half the battle when it comes to your health care and residents at Lima Towers getting ahead of the game. More>>

Cancer survivors treated to day of pampering Video included

Women connected by the common bond of survivorship are treated to a day of beauty and rest. Nearly 70 cancer survivors taking part in the first Surviving Cancer Beautifully day at the Ohio State Beauty Academy.  More>>

Four Sewer Projects at Once Video included

While orange barrels litter construction zones throughout the area, the Allen County Sanitary Engineering Office is doing work underground.  More>>

Involvement Beyond the Classroom Video included

Classes at the OSU Lima/Rhodes State College campus started on Wednesday, but classes are only part of the college experience. More>>

Bluffton holds convocation ceremony for new students Video included

Bluffton University officially welcomes the class of 2018. 245 new and transfer students attended the university's annual opening convocation.  More>>

Final judging held during Kewpee Carcass Show Video included

The fair officially ended on Saturday, but kids who brought animals to the fair, had to wait until Wednesday for the final competition. Hundreds of people walked through Keystone Meats on Wednesday evening for the annual Kewpee Carcass Show.  More>>

Shawnee Manor Scarecrows Video included

The scarecrows are making their way back to Shawnee Manor. More>>

New Events At Van Wert Fair Video included

Van Wert is bringing back old traditions and soaring to new heights at their county fair.  More>>

Van Wert County Fair Begins Video included

Van Wert kicks off their 158th Annual County Fair. More>>

Lima Student Passes Out Following Challenge Video included

There was the Cinnamon Challenge, the Ice Bucket Challenge, and now there's the Pass Out Challenge. The dangerous challenge occurred this week at a Lima City School and is a growing problem all over the country. More>>

Development Strategies In Delphos Video included

The City of Delphos is working on revitalizing their town.  More>>

Lima Jail Renovation Update Video included

The Lima City Jail has been under renovations for months, turning it into usable space. More>>

NAACP Says Election was legit

Moore told Your News Now that information on the election was sent out in the mail, and that voting took place from the morning through the afternoon. Those who chose to attend cast their votes. The majority of the vote went to Reverend Fails, making him the new president. More>>

Consumer Confidence Highest in 7 Years Video included

The stability of the economy is partly determined on how stable the consumer believes it is. In August consumer confidence jumped to it's highest in seven years. More>>

Lego Robot League Video included

Most parents don't think that their child playing with Legos can be educational, but it can forge a path into technology and engineering. More>>

Popsicle Break At St. Charles Elementary School Video included

Kids are finding a way to keep cool now that they are back in school. More>>

OSU Lima Convocation Video included

Ohio State University Lima Campus welcomed first year students at the annual convocation ceremony. More>>

Auxiliary Police Department Video included

The city of St. Mary's is requesting for extra back-up. More>>

Electrical Distribution Project Video included

St. Mary's city council sparked conversation on their electrical distribution. More>>

Lima Public Works Committee Video included

The City of Lima has to use taxpayer money for the upkeep of vacant or abandoned lots, how many of these properties the city is dealing with will be calculated soon.  More>>

Making The States Checkbook Public Video included

Ohio treasure Mandel is continuing his efforts to gain public access on the government's spending.  More>>

Exotic Animals Exhibit Video included

Pigs, cows, and horse…These are the standard animals you would expect to encounter when going to the fair. Allison Peters has found that not everything has to be traditional especially when it comes to the animals.  More>>

Arrest Made in 1981 Cold Case Video included

The television network TNT recently came to Paulding County, to film an episode of their series "Cold Justice". Focusing on the 1981 unsolved murder of Alma Noffsinger. More>>

Lake Improvements Video included

The Lake Improvement Association met today in Celina, to update residents about the state of Grand Lake St. Marys.   More>>

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  • Top South America hackers rattle Peru's Cabinet

    Top South America hackers rattle Peru's Cabinet

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 12:11 AM EDT2014-09-02 04:11:33 GMT
    The Peruvian hackers have broken into military, police, and other sensitive government networks in Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Venezuela and Peru, defacing websites and extracting sensitive data to strut their...More >>
    The Peruvian hackers have broken into military, police, and other sensitive government networks in Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Venezuela and Peru, defacing websites and extracting sensitive data to strut their programming...More >>
  • Asia stocks mostly higher, wages data boosts Japan

    Asia stocks mostly higher, wages data boosts Japan

    Monday, September 1 2014 11:51 PM EDT2014-09-02 03:51:08 GMT
    European shares drifted lower Monday as tensions over Ukraine simmered while Asian stock markets mostly rose on expectations of stimulus in China after manufacturing growth slowed in August.More >>
    Asian stocks were mostly higher Tuesday after a jump in average wages boosted Japan's market but Hong Kong's benchmark retreated on weak Chinese data and concerns over tensions with Beijing.More >>
  • Survey: Foreign companies in China feel 'targeted'

    Survey: Foreign companies in China feel 'targeted'

    Monday, September 1 2014 9:51 PM EDT2014-09-02 01:51:16 GMT
    An American business group warned Tuesday that foreign companies in China feel increasingly targeted for unfair enforcement of anti-monopoly and other laws and said investment might decline if conditions fail to...More >>
    An American business group warned Tuesday that foreign companies in China feel increasingly targeted for unfair enforcement of anti-monopoly and other laws and said investment might decline if conditions fail to improve.More >>
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