Police will be looking for speeding, work zones safety violations and passing violations through April 30.
This particular bee is the latest in a growing list of threatened pollinators with big implications for what we eat.
The Warren City Health Department and Mercy Health will give free blood tests Thursday,
Police said the woman didn’t say why she targeted the religious sect, including Amish communities in Trumbull County.
Right now, drivers are only required to pay $34.50 of their registration fee to the state. A new proposal wants that to go up to $149.
The U.S. House of Representatives will vote on whether to pass President Trump’s new healthcare plan down to the Senate.
Fresenius Medical Care is spending $3.7 million for a new dialysis center off Parkman Road.
The 33-year-old said she was trying to protect him because he appeared suicidal earlier in the day.
The city’s main concerns about the building are it falling into the street, falling into the river, or falling onto and damaging the Mill St…
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office confirms that deputies were brought in by a local bank to secure the building.
If nothing changes soon, the American Trucking Association believes there will be more than 900,000 unfilled driving jobs within ten years.
A Boardman principal knows first-hand how important tornado drills are.
Matt Jones talked to county officials about how prepared they are for tornadoes or other severe weather.
Potential Portage County jurors submitted their paperwork prior to jury selection.
A night out to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day turned into a volatile and violent situation for a Sharon woman.
A Struthers teacher took her love of sports and turned it into a fun, learning activity for students.
Police say an Austintown man snorted heroin and drank Mike’s Hard Lemonade before driving around the township.
A blind man told police that two people came into his apartment, identifying themselves as officers.
A person called police on Tuesday afternoon to report that two people were forcing their way into a home.
Thirty-two musicians from the Youngstown Symphony came to the school to put on its Young People’s Concert.
Samantha Penwell said despite losing her home, she’s thankful for those who have reached out to help.
Hermitage Police Chief Eric Jewell said an employee helped set up the robbery.