Jury selection was postponed Wednesday because the witness did not appear in court.
There are several ways for Valley residents to get help managing their energy bills this winter.
A tractor-trailer lost control and ended up in the median, about one mile inside the state line.
Ryan challenged Pelosi for the job, arguing that newer lawmakers need a bigger voice in a caucus.
Covelli Enterprises says it has aggressive growth plans for the South Carolina and Georgia region over the next few years.
The Ohio lawmaker sponsored or co-sponsored 20 bills that ultimately became law.
Police said a K9 found 84 grams of suspected crack cocaine and 27 grams of suspected heroin in the car.
United Way’s Imagination Library and Reading Buddy program gives free books to children and promotes literacy.
Adults known as “report card mentors” volunteer at the Youngstown Community School as part of United Way’s Success After 6.
The house on Grandview Avenue caught fire twice, but the time range was unusual to be a rekindle.
Police said similar incidents were reported at the Fairfield Inn, Super 8 Motel and Sleep Inn.
United Way’s Success After 6 program provides kids with opportunities like field trips and academic games.
It had been set for auction at the Mahoning County Auditor’s sale, but residents are looking for ways to save it.
The United Way’s program aims to help young girls navigate middle school.
Nearby, West Boulevard School canceled recess, but the school was not placed on lock down.
Organizers say it’s a first of its kind effort, and they think it will change lives.
The victim, 65-year-old Judy Dailey, was hit by a pickup truck near the JCPenney store.
Baun was arrested by Boardman police, who realized he had a warrant when he was called to assist a driver that ran out of gas.
Investigators said a driver lost control of the vehicle, hit a power pole on the other side of the road and then rolled over.
Here’s what we know about Abdul Razak Ali Artan, the man suspected of injuring 11 people in an attack on Ohio State’s campus.
Classes resume Tuesday at the Ohio State University where an attack Monday left 11 injured and the suspect shot and killed by police.
Investigators said the gang, led by Tiona Jones, controlled the heroin trade in the Salem area for a number of years.