Forty percent of all food grown or produced in the U.S. gets thrown away, while one in every seven people go hungry.
Police say an officer working the midnight shift Saturday chased and captured a suspect who tried to break into an ATM.
Highway Patrol said an 18-year-old driver went left of center, striking the other vehicle head-on.
A driver found himself stuck in a large sinkhole, which opened up as he was pulling into a Youngstown Burger King.
News spread over the weekend that Gander Mountain is closing all of its remaining stores. But the new owner of the outdoor store says that’s…
President Donald Trump announced last week that his administration is scaling back school meal nutritional requirements.
The national recording artist will visit Youngstown this July.
An elderly man reported missing Monday has been found.
The city of Warren is working to cut down on door to door solicitations with a new program. Online registration is available.
Police arrested one man who they say was in the car with the robbery suspects, although he denied knowledge of the crime.
The Drop the Gloves Against Cancer Benefit featured the Lawrence County Hockey Alumni vs. the Pittsburgh Celebrity team.
One week after severe weather hit Boardman, people are still cleaning up.
Bresha Meadows’ attorney said a judge denied a request for her immediate release on Friday. A pretrial is set for Monday.
Lori Greenwalt’s post of the pic made it all the way to the National Weather Service and was shared 1,500 times
Riders took part in the Cycle for a Cure spin-a-thon hosted by Pure Cycle Studio on Sunday.
The countdown is on for Youngstown’s first ever marathon: 28 days away.
Youngstown Police were involved in a high speed chase that ended in a crash Sunday afternoon.
It happened around 1:30 p.m. near the Five Guys restaurant on Route 46.
A local dog training center in Poland is hosting a open house Sunday with giveaways and discounts perfect for dog lovers.
Churches came together to pray for issues affecting Mercer County families.
Sew Cute Boutique and Classroom — a new business in downtown Warren — is set out to teach people how to sew.
Local families took part in the Survivors of Suicide Awareness Walk in Warren on Saturday.