Cooper CEO earned $9.1 million in 2014

Roy Armes, Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.’s chief executive officer and chairman, earned $9.1 million in 2014, 56 percent more than in 2013, the...

UPDATE: Cleveland infant found

A Cleveland infant reported missing this morning after being taken by her mother’s ex-boyfriend has been found. The 7-week-old child,...

Hancock County population up

Births are exceeding deaths in Hancock County, and people are moving here from other countries. But more people are moving away to other places...

Forbes: Marathon 3rd best employer

Marathon Petroleum Corp. was ranked the third best employer in America among over 500 listed by Forbes on Thursday. It also was ranked first...

French: Jetliner crash ‘intentional’

PARIS (AP) — As a frantic pilot pounded on the cockpit door and passengers screamed in panic, the Germanwings co-pilot...

UPDATE: 2 arrested after Tiffin Avenue robberies

Charges have been filed against the two individuals allegedly involved in two Tiffin Avenue robberies Wednesday evening. A knife was used in each...

Blanchard Valley Center looking for new leadership

Blanchard Valley Center, Hancock County’s program for residents with developmental disabilities, is preparing to come under new leadership. The...

Houdeshell, Strahm to receive honorary doctorates from UF

The University of Findlay will honor James Houdeshell and former football coach Dick Strahm with honorary doctorates at its May 2 commencement...

Large power outage reported in Findlay this morning

A power outage is affecting around 4,400 people on Findlay’s north and east sides this morning.  A substation problem appears to be causing...

First drug court hearing held

Two individuals agreed to participate in the Hancock County Common Pleas Court Drug Court program during the first hearing this afternoon. Wendy...

German jetliner with 150 down in French Alps

PARIS (AP) — A passenger jet carrying at least 150 people crashed today in a remote area of the French Alps as it flew from Barcelona to...

Judge denies defendant’s travel request

Jerrod Hartman’s request to travel out of state for business prior to his murder trial was denied Monday by Judge Joseph Niemeyer. Hartman, 25,...