Some e-book users in Ohio may be eligible for credits after an anti-trust lawsuit was settled with a major book publisher.
According to AAA, air travel is expected to be down eight percent from last year. About 2.3 million people are set to travel by air as compared to 2.5 million last year.
Austintown now has a new way to help resident keep cool this summer.
Day two of testimony before the Oil and Gas Commission continued Thursday in Columbus in the fight for reinstatement of injection well permits for D&L Engery.
A man being questioned by authorities in the Boston bombing probe was fatally shot when he initiated a violent confrontation, FBI officials said Wednesday.
Students and staff were evacuated at Poland High Wednesday morning because of fumes coming from the chemistry lab.
At Red Basket Farm in Kinsman, Floyd Davis tends to newly planted tomatoes in his high-tunnel greenhouse. The structure looks like a conventional greenhouse, but Davis said you can grow plants in the soil.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a tour bus accident on Interstate 80 in Trumbull County.
The family of Springfield Local School Board vice president and local attorney Jon Schoenike said Tuesday he was diagnosed with severe high blood pressure several years ago, which could explain his disappearance over the weekend.
Marine veteran Meter Fromel decided last year to decorate his neighborhood with flags for Memorial day, but was looking for some help this year.
Crews and volunteers have dusted off 121 years of history at Conneaut Lake Park in Crawford County, Pennsylvania getting it ready for summer.
This is the second year in a row that Max Lee of Canfield Middle School won the regional competition for a chance to compete in Washington, D.C.
Images form the devastation in Oklahoma brings back memories of the deadly tornado of 1985 that ripped through the Mahoning and Shenango Valley
Update // Youngstown police have murder suspect Willie Wilks Jr., 41, in custody.
A breakdown in negotiations between about 40 Community Action Rural Transit System workers and the Community Action Agency resulted in a strike notice with workers expecting to start picketing as soon as Thursday.
Students in the culinary arts program and the early childhood education program at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center took high honors at the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) state competition.
Warren officials are waiting to hear if a federal firefighter staffing grant will be extended. If denied, 14 firefighters will be laid off on Monday.
BP donated $50,000 to the Warren Fire Department so they can distribute smoke detectors to people without them for free.
Workers are still encouraging voters to show their identification in anticipation of a ruling on a law that would require a photo I.D. to vote in Pennsylvania.
An Austintown bar is facing penalties after a state investigation revealed they served two underage men alcohol who eventually crashed their car into a Niles police cruiser on St. Patrick’s Day.