Bonita Sharif, a Computer Science professor, was given a $416,000 research grant on Thursday to study eye-tracking technology.
The recent creepy sightings and incidents have a lot of children (and parents) discovering a new fear of clowns.
Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland and incumbent Sen. Robert Portman covered topics including Syrian refugees and the heroin epidemic.
The event will focus on the challenges kids from diverse backgrounds can face and how to make them feel included in the community.
Organizers say one of the most valuable aspects of the program is learning about the different careers students can pursue.
After failing a sobriety test, police arrested Black and charged him with a third degree felony OVI.
An undercover officer arrested the man later in the day at a Dollar Store in Union Township.
When police talked to the man, they said he told them he “was at the wrong place at the wrong time.”
Police said the man smashed the front glass door of the BP station on E. Market Street with a large rock last Friday.
The suspects, some with ties to El Chapo, used commercial buses and vehicles with hidden compartments to bring the drugs to Ohio.
Pennsylvania State Police is working with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency to conduct a drug take back program in Mercer County.
There are steps to take now to make sure your house is safe this winter.
Those who knew Traficant say the similarities between him and Trump end at the populist bravado and the outsized hair.
Youngstown police say an argument inside a house in Youngstown ended with a woman being stabbed.
The Youngstown Schools CEO and 28 teachers talked about the good and bad of the city schools.
On Nov. 8, citizens in Salem will vote on whether or not to change the way the city’s government operates.
Jack Luchette told his story at his alma mater Penn State Shenango.
Turkey claims that the company managing Ohio charter schools, including Horizon Science Academy in Youngstown, funds terrorists.
Three dozen Northeast Ohioans are currently volunteering for Hurricane Matthew cleanup. Red Cross says more are needed.
The Youngstown-area man posted the Facebook video, hoping to create awareness and urge those struggling with addiction to get help.