Tornado sirens sounded across the state as emergency management agencies tested equipment ahead of the spring severe weather season.
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It’s moving day for the Youngstown fire department and everyone is excited about their new home.
Crews in Campbell are working to repair a water line break in the city.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and local police departments are working to educate motorists on the importance of seat belts.
Ohio placed second to Texas again last year in an annual survey measuring how states stack up in attracting to companies and getting existin…
Ohio tests all warning sirens for when tornado’s strike.
We’re following new developments today from Youngstown State University, in their search for a new president.
Frustrated citizens made their voices heard Tuesday evening on different ways to improve their neighborhood.
A woman on Bedell Road went to get her mail and found white powder coming from an envelope.
The Texas-based company said it is suspending drilling in the region indefinitely.
After a tie vote last week, union workers at Parker Hannifin plant have a new contract.
Fifth-grader Nathan Entingh of Devonshire Alternative Elementary in Columbus returned to school Tuesday after serving a suspension which sta…
We’ve been told many times over the years what to do when severe weather strikes while we are at home or school, but what if you happen to b…
A firefighter in town for training helped save the life of a little girl who was choking in the car in front of him.
Big changes are coming to the retail electronics market, and one local expert thinks it is part of a larger trend.
The sudden closure of a cat shelter has left volunteers scrambling to find homes for 19 cats.
General Motors’ new CEO is starting an internal review of the company’s practices after an embarrassing recall of 1.6 million older small ca…
Fat Tuesday means one last chance to splurge before Lent begins on Wednesday.
The harsh winter has prompted Ohio to extend its energy assistance program.