More than 50 people threw tires, ran stairs and held planks at Stambaugh Stadium.
Three produce company workers have been arrested in the theft of up to $300,000 worth of avocados.
The central Ohio man was electrocuted while trying to save his father and family dog.
Some people were waved past the Phantom Fireworks parking lot around 2 p.m. and sent to the Kent State Trumbull lot.
Saturday was the first day for visitors to watch the show in Vienna in its entirety — and it was a hot one outside.
Police in Columbus are looking for three people believed to be involved in the assault and robbery of a man at a COTA bus stop.
That, and other crimes reported in Girard.
A tree fell on a motorcyclist at Oak Street Extension and Early Road on Youngstown’s east side.
Youngstown Orthopaedic Associates is aimed at making things quicker and more focused for patients.
A grill caught fire last August, damaging the Corral Drive-In.
Youngstown Schools CEO Krish Mohip said the higher scores close the achievement gap by 10 percent.
The Spirit Ride’s message is to get drivers to slow down and move over whenever they see flashing lights.
The Save South Field Initiative has a vision of taking it from Youngstown’s center for basketball to a center for the community.
Witmer’s, Inc. in Salem said it is selling the agricultural side of its business to focus on construction.
“You just do things that normal people look at and say, ‘There is no way that should happen,’ but it does,” said Quinn Wentzel, a rider from…
Smoke was coming from an upstairs bedroom, where firefighters found a smoldering mattress.
Mayor Jan Volny will cut the ribbon with Youngstown Mayor John McNally to open the 7th annual Simply Slavic Festival.
Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church is getting a face-lift, both inside and out.
“He was angry and, basically, fed up,” the prosecutor said. “He told her he would see her…in the streets and he waited for her.”
Smith said her favorite memory is going to the air show with her dad, so she jumped at the chance to fly an F16 aircraft.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman.
WKBN Reporter Amanda Smith said the Thunderbirds deal with over 9 Gs of force, much more than the average person.