The students met with Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine and attend a delegate party in Little Italy.
Warren police are investigating a shooting that happened around 1:15 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Local fire departments in Hermitage debuted their newest creation, a vehicle made specifically for water rescue practice.
Convention delegates decide who the Republican party nominates for president.
John Rupert of Leetonia owns a 1964 dump truck that he’s had for over eight years.
Berk does not just collect games; he and his team work to restore games to their former glory.
Police responded to a call early Sunday morning about a homicide and a shooting.
Hot pavement can be damaging to a dog’s paws in a very short amount of time.
The Mud Monster 5K will be held from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. in July 23.
Six ramps along Interstate 80 in Mahoning and Trumbull Counties were shut down as part of an ongoing $91.5 million construction project.
Republicans are excited about Donald Trump’s decision to name Governor Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate.
The Southside Community Garden on Williamson Avenue created a new and bigger enclosed shelter for their butterflies.
“Hillary for Ohio” is now open inside the building at 4927 Market Street in Boardman.
More than 20 people installed insulation and hung drywall at a home on Lake Road in Austintown.
This weekend marks the first ever Outdoor Expo at Shaker Woods in Columbiana, Ohio.
Volunteers from Safelite Auto Glass, Huntington Bank and WKBN insulated walls and hung drywall at a home in Lake Road in Austintown.
In Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, 500 homes went without power for a few hours Saturday afternoon.
The eighth Pride Youngstown Festival took place in downtown Youngstown Saturday on East Federal Street.
A community effort to clean up Fellows Riverside Gardens took place Saturday.
Firefighters in Trumbull County battled a garage fire early Saturday morning.