The summer job market might be a little tighter this year due to a loss of federal funding for a work program.
Cleveland’s police chief said he wishes Facebook killer Steve Stephens hadn’t committed suicide because police still have a lot of questions…
Prosecutors claim she and a friend got high together in May of 2015. She survived, but he did not.
Police said Crytzer set the curtains on fire at the home and threatened officers who arrested him.
A state prison inmate already serving time for other convictions is in even more trouble now.
Drajic is also facing federal charges in connection with the Canfield robbery as well as another in East Liverpool.
It was a harrowing morning for one Struthers mom whose 2-year-old son went missing around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Walking in slowly with a walker, 80-year-old Floyd Sowers was in Boardman Court Tuesday morning.
The largest project is the Lordstown Energy Center in Trumbull County at $900 million.
Thousands of postal workers are bitten each year by dogs.
The search for Cleveland murder suspect Steve Stephens is now into its third day.
By investing in the program through a subscription, customers will get locally-grown produce all summer.
Youngstown police chased the suspect on foot and campus police caught him.
Sheriff Paul Monroe said there were “philosophical differences” on how the task force should be run.
Allergy season is in full bloom and it seems to be worse than normal this year.
Fire crews from two departments are refusing to respond to the home on medical emergency calls without a police escort.
Sheriff Monroe can hardly believe the county’s last overdose death was over a week ago.
Businesses along South Mill Street and Croton Avenue say the crumbling buildings are hurting their bottom line.
Sharon residents question if a person who overdoses doesn’t get in trouble, what’s stopping them from doing it again?
Many people enjoyed the mild winter, but for farmers, a warm winter can lead to problems with disease pressure.
As was the case during Sunday’s murder in Cleveland, police said misinformation tends to be spread on social media.
Police said the fight escalated into one woman getting stabbed and hit in the face with a padlock.