General Motors says its April U.S. sales rose 6.9 percent as a string of embarrassing recalls had little impact.
Two roads in downtown Youngstown will be closed most of the day Thursday for National Day of Prayer events.
A groups is trying to reduce the number of people spending time in prison.
Warren Mayor Doug Franklin gave his third State of the City address Wednesday, where he focused on infrastructure improvements and economic …
It was the fourth armed robbery in Warren in the past three weeks.
HOWLAND, Ohio (WKBN) — A Howland woman is headed back to death row after she was re-sentenced Wednesday in Trumbull County Common Pleas Cour…
A botched lethal injection Tuesday in Oklahoma has brought the capital punishment debate back into the national spotlight.
The last time this area saw a measles outbreak was nearly 25 years ago.
A vandal may have defaced the Dave Grohl Alley mural in Warren earlier this month, but since then, citizens have come together to repair the…
Teenagers are finding new ways to get high, this time it's by applying lip balm to the skin around their eyes.
Some Canfield students got an up front seat to live court proceedings right in their own high school.
It's been 65 years in the making, but Mill Creek Park now has a working maple sugar house.
Twenty science faculty at Youngstown State University have joined together to endorse the Youngstown Charter Amendment (Community Bill of Ri…
A handwritten note police discovered in Kurt Cobain's wallet after his suicide disparages Courtney Love, the late Nirvana front man's wife.
The talk going around Cardinal Mooney High School Wednesday morning as part of the "YES Fest" was: Say no to drugs and yes to community init…
Police are investigating a homicide in Hermitage where a woman allegedly stabbed a man after an argument over a cell phone.
Ohio health officials say a measles outbreak that began among Amish who had traveled to the Philippines has grown to 26 cases confirmed over…
Crews in Youngstown worked to contain a vacant house fire on the city’s South Side.
Statistics show one in five women will become a sexual assault victim during her time at college, most in their freshman or sophomore year.
Local law enforcement officials said they have not been included in a new statewide program aimed at fighting heroin abuse.