GM to invest $350 million to alter a plant in Mexico to begin production of the Chevrolet Cruze.
Liberty Trustee Jodi Stoyak is asking Gov. John Kasich to use some of Ohio’s $1.5 billion rainy day fund to fix local roads.
Giant Eagle is recalling Giant Eagle brand Japanese Breaded Cod Fillets and Little Italy Paninis because of undeclared allergens.
One person is in custody after police fired shots at a van in Weathersfield.
Beginning April 15, the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation will cut grass taller than 6 inches.
The school is one of the first to use a live broadcast from Discovery Education.
30-year-old Rocco Jesse Zuccaro is believed to have escaped Monday afternoon from William R. Sharpe Jr. Hospital in Weston.
Attorneys for Michael Brelo on Sunday filed a motion asking for a bench trial for his two counts of voluntary manslaughter.
Five commercial fish farms and two tribal operations are running in Georgian Bay, he said.
United Way hopes to expand next year into the Youngstown City Schools.
As part of Monday’s program, several students who recently turned 18 filled out forms to register to vote.
The restriction starts Monday and runs through Friday.
Opinions on the law have differed since its passage.
A Columbus mother has been charged with disorderly conduct.
The ramp was closed for about a week and a half.
The shooting happened around 6:30 Saturday evening.
The man is facing charges of breaking-and-entering and vandalism and is due in court Tuesday morning.
WKBN is checking on roads’ progress Monday.
The reason for the mistrial was not immediately made clear.
While justices upheld Herring’s conviction, they vacated his original sentence.