Josh Mandel was in Youngstown Tuesday and met with local business men and women at City Machine Technologies
The firm of Ulmer & Berne was called into question during evidence discovery in the current case brought by the state of Ohio surrounding th…
The union has filed unfair labor practices with the Federal Labor Relations Board.
A judge set his bond at $5,000.
The crash was one of three Tuesday morning.
The Secretary of State has issued a directive for mandatory poll worker training ahead of this year's election.
Police said a suspect in a jewelry store break-in is still missing after he jumped into the river to evade capture.
The accident happened on Route 158 in Mercer Tuesday.
Ohio is redrawing the rules for tattoo artists and piercers for the first time since the late 1990s.
The westbound lanes of the interstate were partially closed for about four hours.
Surveillance video helped identify the man.
The group is fighting Ohio's work requirement for food stamps.
Fourteen Ohio counties will be targeted including Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana.
A pair of bids for road paving contracts came back well over the city auditor's budget of $220,000.
Conservative lawmakers are looking to the rules committee to get a chance to repeal the Common Core Standards.
The situation in Ferguson, Mo., has raised some questions about what some are calling the militarization of police.
John Dellick's attorney said the state should not be allowed to present three prior alleged road rage incidents involving Dellick as evidenc…
Jim Tressel officially became President of Youngstown State University on Monday, August 18, 2014.
When the Champion plant was home to Copperweld Steel, more than 1,000 people worked there.
President Obama addresses issues surrounding the police shooting in Ferguson, Mo. and developments in Iraq.