Youngstown police are investigating a shooting in the city’s downtown area.
Auto dealers in Liberty Township were surprised to find their vehicles’ keys in an odd place Monday morning.
Mother Nature is targeting the Valley once again with several inches of snow expected late Monday into Tuesday morning.
The Youngstown State University Board of Trustees will meet Monday to discuss reports that President Dr. Randy Dunn is seeking other employment.
The peaceful slumber of many Struthers residents was interrupted by a siren Sunday night, but the cause is still unknown.
The freezing temperatures made it hard to fight a fire on Youngstown’s east side.
ODOT says it’s considering alternatives to stem the salt supply shortage in many cities.
For the 78th year in a row, members of the Polish Arts Club of Youngstown gathered today at the Butler in Youngstown to continue their support of art and culture in the Valley.
According to Safety Service Director Jerry Lambert, said the inspection showed it needed closed for repairs.
After numerous attempts, the Columbiana County Port Authority has sold its railroad.
First Robotics is a program where high-schoolers design, build a robot to compete in tournaments against other schools.
According to AAA, gas prices will increase in the upcoming weeks.
The Trumbull Art Gallery continues with renovations on its new location in Courthouse Square in Warren.
Four animals were killed in the fire at Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary. However, two goats and some cats were rescued.
State police are investigating after a body was found in Findley, Pa.
A former state trooper fighting cancer got a lift from family and co-workers.
A barn fire at a northeast Ohio animal sanctuary killed two goats, a rooster and a pot belly pig.
One person was trapped inside a vehicle after it flipped over on Interstate 680 in Youngstown.
Workers from major Valley manufacturers faced off Saturday in Austintown.
An effort to offer support to local communities with declining salt supplies didn’t work out as expected.