A Vietnam veteran and his service dog, Tater, are visiting every VA hospital in America.
The Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities has been working on the transition to private provider options for two years.
Doug Meyer’s sculpture was mangled after the crash, but community members in Warren are hoping it will become a symbol of resilience.
A contractor hit a major water line, causing low water pressure in the area.
YSU students and staff react to an Ohio college’s landmark decision to allow some faculty and staff to carry a firearm.
One vehicle rolled over in the left-hand lane near the center median.
Officers said it started with a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon.
Some cases will need some extra time to go to trial.
The video includes interviews with a number of local residents and includes images of Joe Schiavoni when he was an amateur boxer.
James Marco and Melissa Williams were sworn in Wednesday and both will be out on patrol soon.
The Western Reserve Transit Authority (WRTA) announced Wednesday that it is changing its route numbers.
Police said Blosser, wanted on multiple felony warrants, led officers on a chase through Warren.
Sharon Police Chief Gerald Smith said the Farrell man killed 29-year-old Troy Scott Hall last year.
National Women Build encourages women to get out and work with their hands.
Austintown Schools STEM Coach Danielle Chine said it’s an opportunity to learn about science beyond a textbook.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown this week.
Some polling locations have changed for the Pennsylvania primary on May 16.
Edgar Day was arrested on a Boardman warrant for a trafficking in marijuana charge.
A woman was arrested and charged in connection with two accidents.
A new study shows that people in Ohio are living longer. Life expectancies have risen in all of Ohio’s 88 counties.
Other recommendations include a special improvement district downtown, upgrading the website, and zoning changes.
The Rev. Ken Simon criticized Youngstown Schools CEO Krish Mohip on several issues Tuesday. Mohip later responded.