Ohio drivers are seeing slightly higher prices at the pump as 2015 comes to an end.
A common cholesterol drug could reduce the effectiveness of the flu vaccine.
A planned power outage is scheduled over two days at Youngstown State University.
Officials say no one was living in the home on Ravenwood Dr., but it is a total loss.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf faces perhaps the biggest decision of his short tenure: sign a budget that falls short of everything’s he sought, o…
Fire crews were called to Hartzell Ave. Sunday evening.
The owner of Conroy’s Party Shop on South Ave. wanted to do something nice for the community.
The bill has already been passed in the state house, and similar bills have passed in 26 other states.
Dale Hood woke up Sunday morning after hearing a loud crack.
The flooding in Trumbull and Mercer Counties is making driving more difficult.
During his time on Warren City Council, Pugh was known as a tireless advocate for the people in his community.
A revision to the state budget passed in June is preventing two Columbiana County school districts from an increase in funding.
On Saturday, hundreds gathered at the New Bethel Baptist Church for music, dancing and food.
The Boardman mall was packed on Saturday, filled with customers anxious to spend gift cards and Christmas money.
The scammers are calling households, pretending to be with Publishers Clearing House.
Mayor-elect Tom Scarnecchia has plans for financial stability and greater transparency.
Police say the 75-year-old hit the gas pedal instead of the brakes.
Police say an 8-month-old was in a vehicle that fired shots at another car early on Christmas morning.
Matthew J. Lattanzi, 29, was found laying next to his friend’s car in the parking lot of Cedars bar in Youngstown.
The woman appeared to be driving her ATV in an area of hills behind the McKinley Laundromat.