Auto enthusiasts were given the chance to test-drive a different type of machinery on Sunday.
A dog found wounded on Stewart Street in Youngstown is recovering from severe injuries at the Mahoning County Dog Pound.
Classroom lessons are designed to be life lessons. And this week, four students from United Local are preparing for their part in a patrioti…
Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz was killed along with six other people in a fiery plane crash in Massachusetts, just days after re…
Community organizers tackled some issues Saturday at a public meeting for change called Take a Stand Youngstown.
The first Fuzz Fest is underway this weekend at Dave Grohl Alley in Warren.
Ward Beecher Planetarium is being ventilated after a small fire there Saturday afternoon.
A woman admitted to Youngstown police she intentionally ran another woman over with her car out of anger.
The Weathersfield Township Fire Department is using a donated building to help train new firefighters in a controlled situation.
The only American soldier held prisoner in Afghanistan has been freed by the Taliban in exchange for the release of five Afghan detainees fr…
BATAVIA, Ohio (AP) – Police say speed was a factor in an early morning car crash that killed two people in southwest Ohio. The Ohio State Hi…
A Pittsburgh couple married for 70 years despite their political and religious differences has died a day apart.
Groups spread out across the city Saturday to help spruce up their neighborhoods.
The National Packard Museum opened its doors Saturday to host the 3rd annual FIRST Robotics Roundup.
Springfield schools passed a levy in May 2013 to help fund a new elementary school. Saturday, a ground breaking was held at the construction…
Depending on where you’re headed in Youngstown this weekend, you may have to make a detour.
A Warren woman and a Niles man are accused of trying to sneak drugs into the Trumbull County Jail.
A U.S. Airways fight had to make an unscheduled landing when a service dog pooped twice in the aisle, sickening passengers with the odor.
A Cleveland prosecutor has announced charges against a several patrolmen and supervisors after more than 100 shots were fired on a vehicle.
Hall’s bid to recreate the success he enjoyed 20 years ago failed to find a big enough audience in the ever-crowded TV market.