Tornadoes can strike any time of the year but if you don’t have shelter, the government may be able to help.
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A Subaru plowed into a pole and hit the brick wall of the shopping plaza around noon on Monday.
People are buying bigger cars and the Chevy Cruze is not in high demand.
The club is asking for private donations to add more space and update the aging heating and air system.
About 20 local churches participated Friday in a security training seminar in Sebring.
Former Campbell Police Sgt. David Taybus resigned earlier this week.
A SWAT Team blocked off Cook Avenue and multiple officers with military-style armor surrounded the apartments.
Volunteers fixed up a home for the Crowder family just in time for the holidays.
Tiona Jones and six others appeared in court Thursday on cocaine and heroin trafficking charges.
If Mandel wins the GOP nomination, it would set up a rematch with Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown.
The railroad car part company announced it is idling the plant on January 28, which could lead to layoffs of up to 426 employees.
YSU cited increasing enrollment, high test scores and strong financials as reasons for Tressel’s continued employment.
United Way’s Success After 6 program provides kids with opportunities like field trips and academic games.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
C.J. Nichol spent years being separated from his sister, Ebony, until a Youngstown woman welcomed them both into her home.
Jacinda and Anthony Madison did not initially plan on having kids, but that all changed when they met Randy.
Best Buy opened its doors at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving, and JCPenney opened at 3 p.m. to customers waiting in line.
An indictment says Hunt lured the girl into sex acts, took pictures of the activity and then distributed them.
Police say the suspect was driving a car stolen from the Boardman area.
Injectable naltrexone, under the brand name Vivitrol, blocks opioid receptors in the brain so users don’t feel high after taking opioids.
The pressure is on Mayor Tom Scarnecchia to come up with a financial plan for the city within the next month.
James Santelli reports on the area in a web-exclusive.