Warren Police collaborated with federal agents and other local departments on a two-month operation.
A woman charged with taking thousands of dollars from the Jackson-Milton Parent-Teacher Association was arraigned Tuesday.
The Mahoning County GOP announced four candidates to fill Judge Evans’ spot when he retires September 1.
Funeral arrangements have been finalized for Trumbull County Commissioner Paul Heltzel.
UPMC employees will no longer be able to use tobacco during the work day.
Crews are being careful at they tear down the old Kress building in Youngstown.
Ousted Craig Beach Police Chief Joe Borosky was back on the job for less than a day before he was put on administrative leave.
The new president of the University of Akron began his tenure Tuesday.
U.S. auto sales maintained a healthy pace in June despite recall issues.
Authorities have charged Brian Johnston with robbing a bank.
Jim Tressel officially begins his three-year term as the ninth president of Youngstown State University on Tuesday.
Three people were injured and crews battled through high humidity to contain a house fire in Cortland.
Howard Schultz has been a prominent advocate for veterans, saying that too little has been done for them once their service was completed.
A statement said Madonna’s donations to three Detroit organizations represent “the first phase of a long-term commitment to” the city.
That raises the total U.S. troop presence in Iraq to approximately 750, the Pentagon said.
There were six women and four men shot, ranging in age from 17 to 39, police said.
The camp began in 2003 but came to the attention of Lakewood officials in 2006.
President Abraham Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant Act on June 30, 1864, in the midst of the Civil War.
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Chrysler said two crashes have been reported in the batch of vehicles that were recalled on Monday, but it’s not aware of any injuries.
Amish residents from a five-county area came to the party on Saturday.
General Motors estimates it has incurred $2,5 billion so far in recall-related costs for a part that cost 57 cents.