The very first YSU faculty softball tournament kicked off as a morale-building event.
Crews plan to construct the building at Elm Road and Millennium Boulevard.
That, and other crimes reported in Warren this week.
Curtis and Linda Beblo drove over an hour from Pennsylvania on a whim. They plan to drive to Kentucky to see the eclipse.
A senior “EDUtainer” at OH WOW! in Youngstown showed us how to create a safe viewing device using items from your home.
The city’s Parks Department wants to turn over some of its parks due to its declining population.
The driver and the vehicle’s passengers are all OK.
Columbiana County’s health commissioner said there are 29 Ohio counties with mosquitoes testing positive for the virus.
The robber has not yet been identified.
The pickup truck flipped over after hitting the car and a telephone pole.
When the for-profit college closed, many veterans lost their GI benefits, along with their education credits.
The group said the bill would roll back worker safety laws, but the senator said it’s needed for transparency.
There are five upcoming performances between Thursday and Labor Day.
Police said a bag containing suspected marijuana and a shell casing were found nearby.
Police said they were targeting an area known as “Area 51” on Warren’s northeast side.
The judge called Wesley Triplett’s case one of the worst he’s ever had, saying the abuse suffered by the boy took his breath away.
The OSU player may break the Buckeyes’ record for career and consecutive starts.
A federal search warrant lead authorities to discover over 10 grams of a fentanyl analogue in a house.
The owners noticed a shortage of copper, so police set up a camera to monitor the property.
The Youngstown Police Department’s Vice Unit searched a home on E. Warren Avenue on Wednesday.
The Powerball jackpot has now rolled over 19 times, with no winner since the June 14 drawing.
An infant from one of the vehicles was thrown out of the vehicle and flown via medical helicopter to Akron Children’s Hospital.