The North Beaver fire department has received life-saving equipment to treat pets caught in house fires.
The woman claimed the man pulled her hair and bit her chin.
Funeral services are set for a Leavittsburg man who was crushed by a piece of machinery at a Niles plant.
Authorities were at a house in Champion for several hours Thursday morning.
Sources say the Cavaliers will deal Andrew Wiggins and others to the Timberwolves.
An ambulance took the boy to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Warren.
State and local leaders plan to join Democratic planners to discuss Columbus’ bid to host the political party’s presidential convention in 2…
Authorities found the boy starving in early June.
A western Pennsylvania high school football player collapsed during the year’s first practice Wednesday.
A relative says some of the last words from a 9-year-old boy who died after being stabbed on a Michigan playground were about how much he lo…
Crews worked to contain two vacant house fires in the last two days. Both houses were allowed to burn down.
Authorities say they are investigating the deaths of a man and woman found shot in a western Pennsylvania home as a possible murder-suicide.
Authorities in suburban Columbus say a pedestrian has been hit and killed by a freight train.
A 63-year-old northeast Ohio man has been sentenced to six months in jail after humane officers found four emaciated pit bull dogs living in…
Another east side fire in Youngstown is considered suspicious.
A technical advisory team from the Democratic National Committee will visit Columbus beginning Wednesday and discuss how much money has been…
PennFuture spokeswoman Elaine Labalme said it will still participate with the center when it believes it’s worth providing input.
The owner of Fox News Channel and the 20th Century Fox movie studio ended its $76 billion bid for Time Warner Inc. after the New York compan…
Tim Tebow is embracing his latest passion by working as a football analyst for ESPN’s new SEC Network, which debuts Aug. 14.
The city charter established seven wards in 1923. Since then, Youngstown has lost 60 percent of its population.