When emergency crews arrived, they found a smoke filled house and one person dead.
Ruby Queen, a 99-to-1 long shot, was supposed to run in the race. But did she?
Voters in Struthers will have to wait until November 14 to see if the outcome of the mayoral race there is valid.
Mark Munroe, chairman of the Mahoning County Board of Elections, said he does not believe the box was intentionally misplaced.
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Issue 2 would strike down any other amendment, that creates a monopoly, cartel or sets its own tax rate, like Issue 3 would for marijuana.
WKBN found that it may not be obvious if a home you’re looking at has lead in it, and the chemical can cause some serious health problems.
The battle over legal weed shifts to the Buckeye State on Tuesday.
Lt. Marvin Hill said his troopers will be taking a hard look at the area over the coming days.
WKBN took the footage to Superintendent Joseph Nohra, who said he was disappointed to see the footage.
The owner of the dog, Kimberly Ellis, said her 15-month-old black lab, Tucker, wandered away from her on Saturday when he was shot.
Professional artists say it’s best to do your homework before getting some ink.
That doesn’t sit well with one valley lawmaker, who said he supports the tax credit, but doesn’t like the secrecy.
Every year, millions of dollars are handed out to companies making films here in Ohio.
Rather than make repairs to the building, the owners closed the building to tenants, boarded it up and leased the roof to house cell phone t…
County engineers measure the amount of asphalt used, and they make sure companies are using enough to finish the job.
The fund would allocate about $83 million (U.S.) for wrongful death claims.
In many cases, water crews don’t know how old a pipe is until they dig it up to replace it.
The two-year-old could be released from St. Joseph Health Center as soon as Wednesday.
The toddler is being cared for at Saint Joseph Health Center in Warren and is in good condition.
The search for little Rainn Peterson resumes Sunday morning.
Thursday, a Warren businessman bought the building at a sheriff’s sale.