It is estimated that one out of every six Ohioans has an arrest or conviction record and that includes 10,000 people in Youngstown.
This is the sixth month for health insurance signups, but the enrollment is about to end. For people who are uninsured, they need to sign up…
An original contract from Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini's fight with South Korean boxer Duk Koo Kim will be auctioned off March 27.
A can of paint thinner spilled onto a space heater, which sparked the fire.
Pennsylvania's public schools are closer to getting more flexibility in making up snow days after a vote in Harrisburg.
Seventh-graders at St. Patrick School in Hubbard held a dress down day on Wednesday to raise funds for Torence Thomas, who has been battling…
The Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber wants to team up with area colleges to help with economic development in the Valley.
Two recent graduates from the Police Officer Training Academy at Youngstown State University were recognized Wednesday for their efforts in …
A major water treatment plant addition is about to come online just outside Sebring.
Attorneys general from 28 states, including Ohio, have written to the chief executives of major U.S. pharmacy chains urging them to stop sel…
A two-vehicle accident near Youngstown State University tied up traffic for a short time Wednesday afternoon.
A drug bust in Boardman netted heroin, marijuana plants and prescription drugs.
A construction project in Trumbull County will detour motorists for about a month.
An Austintown Habitat for Humanity build will benefit from a nation-wide donation from General Motors.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine was in the Valley Wednesday and made a stop at a local meeting of police chiefs.
The Western Reserve Port Authority relieved Executive Director Rose Ann DeLeon of her title and duties Wednesday morning at their meeting.
With the loss of its hub at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, United Airlines is looking at bringing a daily service to Youngstown-Wa…
The National Weather Service held a Skywarn training session on Wednesday for those who like to report on severe weather.
The victim was among three people arrested during a July 11 drug raid on Commerce Street in Wellsville.
The Ohio AFL-CIO is rallying communities across the state with the message that "Right to Work" is wrong.