A Youngstown man is not able to stand trial for murder.
The Youngstown Fire Department fought a blaze in the attic of a southside house this afternoon.
Youngstown police are investigating an overnight shooting that injured a city man.
LISBON, Ohio (WKBN) — Lisbon Village Council has turned down a request by a drilling company to use Willow Grove Park to take water from the…
Fire officials in East Liverpool are investigating a pair of house fires.
At a Ukrainian-held air force base in Crimea, two lieutenants stood side-by-side and tied the knot.
Southern California used to be known as the “Bank Robbery Capital of the World.” Not anymore.
Windber police on Friday identified the gunman as 51-year-old Jack Robert Prescott.
Philadelphia’s district attorney is criticizing Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s decision to scuttle a sting operation.
A coroner in western Ohio says the death of a man found hanging upside-down from a creek bridge was accidental.
An Ohio law now in effect lets biological parents of adoptees decide whether to redact their names in records.
This year’s shipping season is getting off to a slow start due to record levels of ice on the Great Lakes, including ice that’s five feet th…
The tractors in the collection of Dave Huggins of Canton Township aren’t just pieces of lawn and farm equipment. They’re like parts of his f…
The Allegheny County medical examiner’s office says one person is dead following a house fire in Pittsburgh.
Michigan, like Ohio, banned same-sex marriage in 2004.
The Ursuline Preschool & Kindergarten is celebrating 50 years in the Valley.
Unlike cases in other states, U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman did not suspend his decision while the Michigan attorney general pursues …
Quicken Loans, which is sponsoring and insuring the Buffet contest, said on its Twitter feed that it wouldn’t reveal the number of entrants …
Officials would not say who or what was being investigated, but authorities worked for hours inside the Democratic House speaker’s Statehous…
Ray’s Place has been located on Franklin Street since 1937 and is a must-visit for students, alumni and former Kent residents.