While Memorial Day policing efforts will be beefed up across the nation, statistics show Ohio officers will be busier than most.
Eastern Gateway Community College announced a tentative plan to move from its location at Courthouse Square in Warren later this summer.
A Youngstown man is facing rape charges surrounding assaults on three girls under 13 years old.
The fire ignited Thursday morning at a house on Council Rock Ave.
While the school year is winding down, the Warren City Health Department is already looking to the next school year.
A non-profit group is offering free medical and dental services in Warren.
Youngstown arson investigator Alvin Ware told WKBN that a man accidentally started a fire at a Youngstown house Thursday.
The families of the three teenagers killed in a 2012 school shooting rampage have agreed to settle a lawsuit filed against relatives of the …
At this point, all of the E-Block gang suspects are in custody.
Despite violent storms that rolled through Ohio and Pennsylvania Wednesday night, damage was minimal.
Investigators think someone set a vacant house on fire in Sharon.
A Poland family was forced from their home after a mattress caught fire.
A soldier from Warren who went missing in action during the Korean War nearly 64 years ago will be buried May 29 in Arlington National Cemet…
Several people spoke in opposition to radiation testing at a Youngstown City Council meeting on Wednesday.
A Salem Township man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on five counts of counterfeiting after he was arrested in March for allegedly…
The Ride of Silence event was to honor bicyclists that have been killed or injured on public roads.
Hudson Fasteners, Inc. was given the Jeffrey Butland Family-Owned Business of the Year Award from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett said he will not appeal a federal judge's ruling that struck down the state's gay marriage ban.
Ralph Young, 46, now will be freed from the jail cell he has been in for exactly one year while awaiting trial.
Deone Cray of Campbell, accepted a plea deal that suspended his license for life, and gave him only a six-month prison sentence.