Four inmates in area prisons are facing federal charges for being caught with cell phones and drugs inside their cells.
A former reputed Youngstown mobster pleaded not guilty Tuesday to killing a General Motors security guard, his wife and their 4-year-old daughter 39 years ago in Canfield.
A dump truck filled with rock overturned Tuesday in Slippery Rock.
The crash happened about 9 p.m. at the intersection of U.S. Route 224 and Market Street.
Tyler Luchey, 18, was working on a roof Saturday for his father’s contracting company, Affordable Builders, when a piece of metal he was holding touched a live transmission line.
The Western Reserve Port Authority is issuing up to $60 million in revenue bonds for Penn National Gaming to use for construction of its Austintown racino.
Congressman Tim Ryan wrote a letter to the head of the Teamsters Local 377and the president of the RL Lipton Distributing Co., urging a quick resolution to the strike that began last week.
Sister Janet Gardner has stepped into the role of executive director of the Beatitude House, which is committed to helping disadvantaged women and children.
Although it’s been almost 30 years since the city of Youngstown has lost a firefighter in the line of duty, the loss of 19 firefighters in Arizona is still felt among local firefighters.
As crews move dirt on the grounds of the old Niles McKinley High School, the search resumed Monday for a missing time capsule.
A federal grant will help Trumbull County build a new $2.4 million dollar emergency operations center.
A new law went into effect on Monday that will help fire departments solve arson cases.
A downtown East Liverpool Mall is closing, and the owner said the economy and lack of community support played a major role in its demise.
The Ashtabula brothers accused of robbing a Lake Milton bank last week are free while their case is pending in Mahoning County Court.
Hospital officials announced Friday the unit would be closing, citing decreasing births. More than 300 people already have signed a petition asking officials to reconsider the closure.
Nurses at Northside Hospital have been without a contract for nearly a year.
WKBN cameras captured U.S. Marshals making an arrest in downtown Youngstown on Monday.
Bounce TV is now airing in Youngstown. The first African-American broadcast channel can be seen on 33.3 or on the Armstrong Cable Digital tier.
An Amish Geauga County man is facing misdemeanor charges after sheriff’s deputies say they caught the man in Mesopotamia with two cases of beer in his buggy, along with four other underage passengers.
Businesses and local governments paying into the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation should be receiving a check from Columbus.