An accident involving a pickup truck that flipped onto its side is stalling traffic on Interstate 680 in Youngstown.
Chipotle’s first burger store opens Thursday in Ohio as the company continues working to expand its offerings.
No injuries were reported. The off-duty officer was cleaning his gun when it went off.
Police are investigating after a man exposed himself to a 13-year-old girl as she waited at a bus stop.
The Struthers teacher, whose ticket to the World Series came from his students, talks about his experience at the game.
A public seminar is set for Thursday night at Beaver Local High School.
Similar to a case in East Liverpool, Indiana police show images of a woman passed out from an overdose with a baby in the back seat of the c…
The river rapids ride at Busch Gardens is closed after four people died on a similar ride in Australia on Tuesday.
The lawsuit claims Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee are intimidating minority voters.
Troopers say one of the vehicles ran a stop sign.
The temblors were actually aftershocks to the Aug. 24 quake that struck a broad swath of central Italy.
A coroner said he was shot in the chest Tuesday night. One other victim is still in critical condition.
The officer is charged with stealing over $26,000 from Shop with a Cop, which provides gifts to financially disadvantaged kids.
Chief Robin Lees says police will start with the basics and if that doesn’t work, they’ll bring out the traffic cameras.
Game 3 is Friday night, when the Series returns to Wrigley Field in Chicago for the first time since 1945.
John Karlovic has always loved to hunt but since a nasty fall five years ago, he’s been paralyzed from the chest down.
At the end of September, investigators found evidence of a few one-pot meth labs at the Union Avenue home.
The state has a new truck with wing plows — plow blades that come off the sides of the truck.
A total of six different housing complexes have fallen victim to these burglaries and overnight vehicle break-ins.
Officer Eric Manning said the fundraiser is essential in continuing the Campbell Police Department’s K-9 program.