Ohio's largest natural gas utility is blaming the colder-than-normal winter for higher bills about to be paid by residential customers on bu…
A Girard police officer will keep his job now that an investigation is complete into underage drinking parties at his house.
An Austintown man walked away from an accident Thursday morning that destroyed his vehicle.
Youngstown fire crews worked to control a fire at a home on the city's North Side.
Boardman Park has been chosen as one of 550 parks nationwide that will benefit from the Macy's "Heart Your Park" campaign.
Dr. Randy Dunn originally was supposed to stay through Aug. 16, but trustees now have decided his last day will be March 21.
Firefighters were called to a fire at the home on Saturday and returned Wednesday with a search warrant.
Six students were honored Wednesday for creating public service announcements highlighting the non-profit organization of their choice.
It is hard to think about hitting the golf course while the temperature still struggles to crack the freezing mark, but the leader of the Eb…
Bob Rea of Buckeye Mineral Development said Halcon isn't giving up on the area, but is instead going to spend the next 12 months assessing t…
2014 CFOC Tom Holden Memorial Scholarship Banquet
A new bill was signed by Governor John Kasich that prohibits minors from obtaining, possessing, and using electronic cigarettes.
While Youngstown State University officials deal with when and how current president Randy Dunn will end his tenure, students say they are c…
A new doughnut shop is set to open next month in Youngstown.
Witnesses told police the suspect was "cooking" something while he was driving.
A northern Michigan ice cream maker is recalling a flavor that's sold at many Aldi stores and may contain nuts.
A tractor-trailer got stuck on busy Route 422 in Niles.
It is moving day for the Youngstown fire department and everyone is excited about their new home.
Nighttime travelers on I-680 may find their commutes disrupted Thursday night due to road repairs.
Tornado sirens sounded across the state as emergency management agencies tested equipment ahead of the spring severe weather season.