Crews are doing seismic testing throughout the county, which involves several trucks lining up and vibrating the ground.
Police, along with prosecutors and state investigators, are meeting next week to decide where to go from here with the investigation into th…
An Austintown woman was charged with rape in connection with a child pornography case involving a Niles man neighbors know as Santa Claus.
Two local charities are benefiting from the generosity of businesses in the shale industry.
YSU students head back to class. Fall semester kicked off Wednesday.
Aspiring baseball stars got a few tips straight from the experts.
The state attorney general's office has asked the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to review a lower court decision overturning the guilty verdict…
WKBN and WYFX, Northside Medical Center and other Valley businesses teamed up to present Senior Day at the Southern Park Mall.
Bottom Dollar Food is helping two local charities feed needy residents in the Valley.
The Canfield Fair begins in just a week and the Mahoning County District Board of Health is gearing up for its inspections of food vendors.
A Warren man was sentenced Wednesday for shaking and blinding his 6-week-old child.
A not-for-profit organization targeting insurance fraud and vehicle theft says large Chevrolet pickup trucks were the type of vehicle most r…
Police said the driver of a minivan blacked out and hit the back of a garbage truck.
Andrew Martin of Bristolville pleaded guilty in Aprll to the murder-for-hire plot.
Work will be put on hold at the end of October to reopen the bridge for the busy holiday shopping season.
Public input was sought as to what patrons would like to see over the next six years for the library.
Ken Frost ended his 35-year career with a celebration.
Area churches and organizations met for the "Increase the Peace" event Tuesday on the city's south side.
Police were chasing a vehicle on South Avenue that later crashed at the intersection of Williamson Avenue.
Most of the photos are more than 100 years old, with the 18-photo display covering the 1870s through the 1940s.