Police found a 4-year-old girl in the mobile home, which they said smelled like a meth lab.
Four years after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, more and more people are deciding to buy a gun.
The class of 2018 will be the first in Ohio that has to meet new requirements to graduate high school.
You can help the Rescue Mission move into a new building and keep people out of the cold.
Suspended players won’t travel to the semifinal game on Saturday, but YSU hasn’t released details on those players.
View the latest school closings and delays in the Valley.
One community member said the board’s decision “disgusts and infuriates” her.
Getting the snow cleared before the below-zero temperature drop is critical to keeping drivers safe.
Police said the man’s 6-year-old son was trying to shake him awake in the car.
A request by Dollar General to change a residential area to commercial caused some people to express concerns.
Police said the Warren man’s profile appeared under a transsexual escort section of a website promoting prostitution.
Family members said the man passed away days after he was robbed and punched in the head.
The Mahoning County Dog Warden says pets can get hypothermia or frostbite, especially as the wind chills dip down below 0.
The Salvation Army says more than 1,800 local children will receive Christmas toys and clothes this holiday season.
Tuesday, Cliff Panezich said he would take a plea deal only if his mother, Rose, was released from jail.
A warrant for David Oliver’s arrest was issued last week.
A driver was trapped inside her car early Wednesday morning after it flipped over.
No one was injured Wednesday morning when a SUV hit the back of a Liberty school bus.
The Youngstown City School Board decided not to give the owners of a new downtown hotel what they wanted in tax breaks.
Temperatures are expected to plummet later this week to the single digits.
Each woman has a different story to tell in the book, “Phenomenal Women: Twelve Youngstown Stories.”
Investigators said one of the vehicles went left of center on State Route 534 and hit the victim’s car head-on.