Youngstown State University President Dr. Randy Dunn is defending his decision to leave YSU and head to Southern Illinois University.
Police do not believe weather conditions were a factor in an accident that claimed the life of a Lowellville man.
Fire officials say a heat lamp or bulb used to warm a barn is the suspected cause of a fire at a Ravenna animal sanctuary.
The heavy snow and winds have caused sporadic power outages across the Mahoning and Shenango valleys.
Four to six inches of snow fell across the Mahoning and Shenango valleys Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Dr. Randy Dunn's resignation as president of Youngstown State University will be effective Aug. 16.
A Hubbard man was indicted by a Trumbull County grand jury for allegedly flashing a laser pointer at a television news helicopter.
Robin Redick, 50, is still in pain from the attack that has left her with slashes on her neck, arm, chest and stomach.
Students in Lisbon had class on Monday, which was Presidents' Day, to make up for some of its snow days.
The Mahoning Valley has plenty of hidden history. Some of it is stored away by the Mahoning Valley Historical Society.
The organization is collaborating with San Diego Christian College to offer clients an online Associates of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies.
More than 300 juniors and seniors from around the area attended Crash Day at Youngstown State University.
A woman, who may have been handicapped and suffering from health issues, was killed in a fire in Trumbull County Monday.
Randy Dunn will be leaving YSU.
Youngstown police are investigating a shooting in the city's downtown area.
Auto dealers in Liberty Township were surprised to find their vehicles' keys in an odd place Monday morning.
Mother Nature is targeting the Valley once again with several inches of snow expected late Monday into Tuesday morning.
The Youngstown State University Board of Trustees will meet Monday to discuss reports that President Dr. Randy Dunn is seeking other employm…
The peaceful slumber of many Struthers residents was interrupted by a siren Sunday night, but the cause is still unknown.
The freezing temperatures made it hard to fight a fire on Youngstown's east side.