The opiate crisis is taking its toll on families and forcing many grandparents and other family members to take on the role of parent.
Heroin users can be coworkers, neighbors or family members.
More than half the time, white victims of crime are paid their claims but only 28 percent of claims are approved for black victims.
Innocent bystanders can often become victims. And all across the Valley, police are chasing more people every year.
A question on Pennsylvania’s ballot leaves out one key piece of information.
Hospital leadership says the results are a little misleading.
Supporters of essential oils say they have medical benefits and can help with stress relief.
A Canfield businessman is questioning the voting process after his mother with dementia voted in the last two elections.
All across the Mahoning Valley, bedbugs are moving in to private homes, hotels and public housing.
A city inspection early Wednesday morning revealed that the Gatta Company ignored orders to repair the building.
Turkey claims that the company managing Ohio charter schools, including Horizon Science Academy in Youngstown, funds terrorists.
An attorney says Horizon Science Academy is being used to funnel money to groups opposed to Turkey’s government.
With more people moving downtown, there are more chances a fire could break out seven stories up.
The FBI Uniform Crime Report is out, and across the Mahoning Valley, violent crime is on the rise.
Last week, residents who would be forced from their east side homes were not allowed to speak.
In total, the owners of Parkway Tower owe $400,000.
All of Ohio’s medical universities reported an increase in donations received through its donor programs over the years.
A former district attorney says deciding where the murder trial will be held will come down to whether or not the jury is fair and impartial…
GI Bill benefits are grants, which means there’s no debt there for the government to forgive.
Allegiant says it’s already taking steps to address each issue in the report.
This week, the city began blocking off empty neighborhoods to close four miles of abandoned roads.
Since 2009, nine young people between the ages of 9 and 17 committed suicide in Mahoning County.