A car hauler caught fire between Salt Springs Road and Route 11.
Two scams called the “Secret Sister Gift Exchange” and the “Secret Wine Bottle Exchange” are spreading across Facebook.
Stambaugh Stadium might be dark and empty Friday night, but it’s just the calm before the march of the YSU Penguins Saturday afternoon.
Police said the shooting happened inside 3-Thirty-Elite Sport Performance Center in Boardman.
Mayor Tom Scarnecchia says the money is there to get Niles out of fiscal emergency without laying off police officers or firefighters.
The Dow is up 7 percent since Election Day, but just how long is that upward trend expected to last?
The fire chief says everyone inside the home on Liberty Street is accounted for.
Snow is on the way, which means road crews in Mahoning and Trumbull counties could have a mess to clean up.
Tiona Jones and six others appeared in court Thursday on cocaine and heroin trafficking charges.
Youngstown police have not tied the man to the shooting, but are still trying to figure out what happened Monday night.
When Jones’ story aired on WKBN, Storm Service Solutions contacted her to help out.
Leaders at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station say new regulations won’t allow the old planes to fly into other parts of the world.
Sherrod Brown isn’t too worried about his challenger Josh Mandel, although he expects that he’ll be outspent in the campaign.
Police in East Palestine charged one man with felonious assault during an investigation of a robbery at a grocery store.
The advisory was issued on Tuesday for parts of Brookfield Township.
Justin Mason Hepfl, 28, was on the run for most of the day and was considered armed and dangerous.
Six-year-old Levi picked out a Wild West toy, complete a sheriff’s hat and handcuffs, so he could be just like deputies.
The ribbon was cut on the new sled hill in Cortland.
Only three vehicles from U.S. manufacturers earned the highest ranking.
Joe Lewis said he’s had brown water for at least a year, and the city’s temporary fix is not solving the problem.
Council members say most streets are very narrow and it’s difficult for traffic to squeeze by with other cars on the roads.
There were 18 deaths attributed to driving under the influence in Pa. during the Christmas and New Year holiday season.