The fire chief said two things woke the men up so they could get out before the fire got out of control.
A 47-year-old woman died after she was struck by a car while walking along Shady Run Road.
New vehicles and technology were unveiled at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The Niles Police Department posted on its Facebook page Friday asking the community to help identify a person of interest.
Boardman police found the Youngstown man on the ground screaming a little before 7 p.m. Saturday night.
Investigators said they had multiple tips from the community that led to Calhoun’s arrest.
Bunn was charged after showing up at the hospital the night of the shooting with a gunshot wound to his face.
The president of GM’s North American operations called the elimination of Lordstown’s third shift “unfortunate.”
There were 1,900 fewer blood donations in November and December.
RSV is very common and is spread easily, especially among babies and young children.
Following the death of four children in Texas, experts urge caution when using pesticides.
Auto industry leaders will be talking about Donald Trump’s proposed tax on imports by American manufacturers.
Higinia Rodriguez said she ran away from Antonio Velazquez-Rupert due to his steady violence to her and their daughter.
Officials said this weekend they saw a large increase in people coming to the ER, most for the flu or flu-like symptoms.
Calling hours were held for the Fleming family Sunday at Canfield Presbyterian Church.
Mark Short, 45, of East Liverpool was killed as a result of the two vehicle crash.
A third-party website’s outage map indicated there were several outages across the country, but more specifically in the Youngstown area.
Head Coach Bo Pelini said he’s proud of what his 2016 Penguins did for the program and city.
Police found the victim, a 26-year-old male, in the street on Hillman Way near Prestwick Drive.
Of the 14,423 total fans in attendance for the FCS National Championship, the majority supported James Madison.
Despite the 28-14 loss to James Madison, fans are still ‘Y and Proud.’
The shooting happened at a home in the 300-block of Tamplin Street around 11:50 p.m.