Armed only with glue, wood and imagination students descended on Youngstown State University Friday to see who could build the best bridge.
Retired boxer Kelly Pavlik was in court Friday morning.
UPDATE // A man from Warren is dead after a fire tore through his home Friday afternoon.
Friday, Youngstown’s Public Works Department declared a city-wide snow emergency, effective Sunday at noon.
UPDATE // As temperatures hovered in the single-digits most of Friday morning, crews in Canfield had their hands full after three water lines snapped.
Emergency crews are on the scene of a fatal accident in Columbiana County.
A domestic dispute led to a crash and an arrest overnight on Youngstown’s South Side.
Investigators are working to determine what caused a fire that killed one person in New Castle Thursday night.
Ohio Attorney General says drug abuse is an epidemic in the state, but there is also success stories along the way.
The head of one of Youngstown’s largest employers is honored tonight for his work in helping to revitalize downtown Youngstown.
West Branch school district teachers and classified staff have reached an agreement with the Board of Education to extend their current contracts for two more years.
One of two men from Detroit accused of a Warren shootout in the fall of 2012 took a plea deal with prosecutors Thursday morning.
An agreement has been reached between Penn National Gaming and the Ohio Horsemen’s Association over the number of stalls and barns to be built as part of the Hollywood Mahoning Valley Race Course off Route 46.
Mercer County commissioners are working to develop land around the Interstate 80-Route 19 interchange, but some are balking at the price tag.
A Berlin Center man used his birthday to collect donations for Angels for Animals.
In most cases, fixing a tire or rim is close enough to the deductible, so a lot of people don’t file a claim.
27 Investigates digs deeper into the growing problem of heroin in the Valley and across Ohio and breaks down the numbers.
A paralegal for the Warren City Law Department has been placed on unpaid leave after being charged with felony drug possession stemming from an arrest in December while he was at work.
Struthers filed a lawsuit Thursday against nine companies, saying they played a role in a 2012 wastewater treatment plant explosion.
Thursday, the city of Struthers and its insurance company sued nine different companies they believe played a role in a 2012 wastewater treatment plant explosion.