A man accused in a south side shooting that forced a lockdown at a local school is back in Youngstown.
It will stay mostly quiet heading into 2015.
The body of a man was found inside a home on Kenneth Avenue.
An Indonesian helicopter searching for the missing AirAsia jetliner saw two oily spots in the water Monday.
More than 100 people were at Sunday’s final service.
The Hughes Mansion is being restored and converted into housing for veterans money through the AMG Foundation.
A Canfield man is facing charges after police found a gun, drugs and more than $1,700 worth of suspected counterfeit money.
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Officials said the increase is needed for state-mandated improvements to the wastewater treatment plant.
Angels for Animals has cats and dogs that need permanent homes.
The Mahoning County Green Team is considering a new system for collecting recyclable material in the area.
Girard sewer rates increasing
Rescue helicopters and other ships are struggling to reach a stricken ferry off the Greek island of Corfu.
Authorities in western Pennsylvania say they’re investigating an apparent home invasion that ended with the death of the alleged intruder.
If you ask 9-year-old Jordan Starrett how she started her morning at Daniel Wright Elementary, she goes right to the details
Allegheny County has the most confirmed cases, with over 800.
About 600 runners hit the pavement for this year’s Jingle Bell Run.
Police say the items you leave outside your house can make you a target for burglars.
Purple Cat Productions is moving into the Youngstown Playhouse Jan. 5.
Police found several catalytic converters and a hand saw in a truck.
Police said the man left in a blue minivan toward Liberty Township.
Engineers were sent to find out how much damage to policyholders’ homes was caused by surging seawater and how much predated the storm.
Area police take part in Cleveland rally
The mayor said hearts citywide were aching after the shootings that left Ramos and his partner dead.
Those against the death penalty hoped that it would come to an end after some executions didn’t go as planned. However, that didn’t happen.
The collision occurred in Eaton Township near the Lorain County city of Elyria.
Dozens of lawsuits have been filed against DuPont for contaminating drinking water.