The clerk said the man wore a scarf over his face and two different colored shoes.
Water and raw sewage was forced into homes near a water line repair site on Mahoning Avenue in Youngstown.
The accident is sure to draw criticism over the space agency’s growing reliance on private U.S. companies in the post-shuttle era.
A burglary caught on surveillance video leads to an arrest.
The fire started in an addition that housed a wood burning heater.
Lava is expected to slither past properties across the street from Jeff and Denise Lagrimas’ home on Hawaii’s Big Island as it works its way…
NEOCC’s contract to house male non-U.S. citizens for the federal government expires May 31 and it is competing with a Pennsylvania prison fo…
West Point Development, a subsidiary of Rosebud Mining, wants to expand its landfill operation to allow it to take in fracking waste.
The public forum Breaking Chains & Building Hope was held at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Youngstown.
Rescue Mission staff and volunteers have been preparing Thanksgiving turkeys since the end of September in anticipation of feeding more than…
The company says no one was believed to be hurt and the damage appeared to be limited to the facilities.
The police report states the victim had swelling, bruising and lacerations around his right eye and on his face, legs, arms and back.
Deputy Director of Public Works Charles Shasho said the closure is needed to make emergency repairs to sewer and water lines.
With one week left until Election Day, early voting numbers already are higher than anticipated.
YSU builds its research title with updated chemistry lab and state-of-the-art machinery.
Police have identified a woman that was killed in a crash in Girard Tuesday afternoon.
Before a jury could be seated for trial, Leo Kellish, 33, pleaded guilty to the November 2013 murder of 70-year-old Dennis Simmons.
Youngstown police blocked off a section of Youngstown-Poland Road Tuesday to investigate a bomb threat.
The man walked in through the back door and took a bag of cash.
Amber Vinson, a nurse who fueled Ebola fears in Northeast Ohio, was celebrated by her caregivers Tuesday.