October is National Cyber Awareness Month and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is investigating an issue involving cyber viruses
Brookfield High students are packing more than an average school lunch because they are for a special cause.
There were many signs of support for statewide Democratic officeholders outside a Niles event on Thursday, but signs for Ed FitzGerald were …
This is a photo of what the truck looks like, but the stolen one is lighter gray in color.
D’Wayne Robinson wrote the book after his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Police continue to investigate the Sept. 15 shooting that happened at the intersection of South Avenue and Dewey Avenue.
The CDC has a list of standards that hospitals and health department should follow.
Mark Carnes of Newton Falls pleaded guilty to 21 counts.
Shirley Christian was appointed by Gov. John Kasich to fill out the remaining two years of Judge James Evans’ term.
In the wake of recent football related deaths across the country, a Valley school is seeing results in protection they offer their players.
Listen to the 911 call surrounding a confrontation with polie on Park Hill Drive in Youngstown.
The departures came a week after the attorney general’s office identified eight ex-employees as having sent or received pornographic images …
The county may turn to the state’s rainy day fund for extra money if the winter is especially harsh.
Health officials in Texas have reached out to about 80 people who may have had direct or indirect contact with the man infected with Ebola.
Ohio and Indiana have already seen prices at some stations drop under $3 as crude prices continue their slide.
Niles tax investigator Heidi Powell resigned her position amid charges of theft in office.
Police say two Louisiana English teachers had sex with the same student at the same time.
The second man charged in the death of Youngstown real estate agent Vivian Martin was sentenced on Thursday.
The 122-year-old amusement park is scheduled to be sold November 7 to recoup more than $927.000 in back taxes.
New steel beams will be put in place on the Route 267 bridge that crosses over U.S. Route 30 in Madison Township.