Both lanes are expected to be reopen by 6 a.m. Friday.
The new citizens are entering the U.S. at a time when controversy over immigration is at its peak.
It was a good year for one local businessman, who asked for the help of the Youngstown Police Department as he pays it forward.
The driver told police she turned around for a second to give her 2-year-old child a snack and hit the wire.
A night on the town took a terrible turn for a Youngstown woman Wednesday night.
Mother nature has given county and state road crews a reprieve – so far.
A meeting was held in Warren to discuss how the United Way can help kids and adults pursue an education.
Liberty Township attorney Kristen Rock filed her candidacy Thursday at the Trumbull County Board of Elections.
Multiple calls came in to the Niles Police Department about a car on Route 422 that kept swerving into the westbound lanes.
The FBI and other authorities investigated threats emailed to some employees at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.
Brian Bellard, 43, has a previous drug conviction according to the feds.
The 2015 Chevy Cruze received a top rating in 4 of the 5 tests.
The students were awarded for their behavior in school and for getting good grades with a trip to the Butler Institute of American Art.
The incident is being investigated by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Gas and Oil.
Former heavyweight boxer Earnie Shavers talked about his experiences with students in the Inspiring Minds program.
The man was not wearing reflective clothing and was in the eastbound lane of State Route 45 when he was struck.
A Farrell City Councilman was issued a summons on Tuesday after he was charged with driving under the influence.
Each of the children in the program will receive a bear with their Christmas gifts.
Bell stressed academic excellence, setting goals and controlling behavior.
With the new system, Highway Patrol can send its tickets electronically, without having to mail or hand-deliver anything to the court.