Struthers police and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the arrest Thursday.
A Cortland man won a $20,000 jackpot on Thursday afternoon.
Voters will decide in November if they want the wards in the city of Youngstown to be reduced from seven to five.
A temporary facility has been set up at the Mill Creek Metroparks Farm.
A professor at YSU has earned a federal patent for a method that will have applications in the automotive industry and other businesses.
Dickson was gunned down late Friday outside a rural barracks in the Pocono Mountains.
The Summit Township man had been corresponding on the phone and in text messages with an agent posing as the girl’s father
The shooting happened Aug. 28 outside Teenie’s Tavern on South Avenue.
The potential affiliation of Jameson with UPMC would not affect Highmark Insurance customers, officials say.
The woman’s lawyer said she was trying to protect a student.
The duchess is in the first 12 weeks of her second pregnancy.
The 41-year-old man was being sought by Monroeville police on an unspecified mental health warrant.
Bowling Green police confirmed that 24-year-old Jhon Rosado was back in custody after he escaped from the NorthWest Community Corrections Ce…
Former Peanut Corporation of America owner Stewart Parnell and two co-defendants have been on trial since Aug. 1.
Police determined it was a hoax. Officers found no evidence of a bomb or explosives at the school.
A man wearing a mask and carrying a handgun walked into the Pit Stop on Elm Road and grabbed some cash.
The accident happened about 4:30 a.m. Thursday on South Avenue near Philadelphia Avenue.
There are four casinos and seven race tracks with video lottery terminals spread throughout Ohio.
STEM College Dean Dr. Martin Abraham will officially take over the position after trustees approve him on Oct. 7.
Local leaders, including State Sen. Capri Cafaro, D-Hubbard, helped represent the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government…
The Rite Aid Foundation was able to give Inspiring Minds a check for $10,000.
The trial of an Austintown aide accused of assaulting a special needs student began Wednesday.