NASCAR driver Tony Stewart struck and killed a driver who was walking on a dirt track during a race in upstate New York.
An annual air show showed off in Warren Saturday.
Valley residents came out to support a young boy battling a big disease.
Saturday was the second annual farm fresh cook off.
Sweet corn is ready in the Valley and farmers say August provides the best of the crop.
A woman is facing charges after being arrested on claims she struck a man with her car.
Three checkpoints are planned: Two in Canfield and one in Youngstown.
Three children are reported to have been shocked by electricity in a swimming pool operated by the city of Philadelphia.
The drilling frenzy for oil and gas continues in the United States as the number of drilling rigs grows.
The analysis concluded the nutrient-rich lake might have enough food to go around even if voracious silver and bighead carp eventually devel…
Democratic governor candidate Ed Fitzgerald is on the defensive after some questions are raised about his driver’s license.
Nearly 30 churches are participating in what’s called Hope Over Heroin Hamilton.
A European firm has signed a deal to buy a type of Marcellus Shale natural gas liquid from Antero Resources Corp.
Crews have been forced to use explosives to build a fire break in a hard-to-access section of a fast-growing wildfire in central Washington …
Violate the water rules in a California town and find yourself a seat in water school
Small bridges across the soybean-growing Midwest can’t handle fully loaded farm trucks.
President Obama spoke Saturday about the situation in northern Iraq before leaving for a two week vacation.
A Warren man and convicted sex offender has been sentenced to 40 years in prison.
This will be the first time Cleveland has hosted a national convention since 1936.
James Brady lived through hours of delicate surgery and further operations over the past 33 years, but never regained normal use of his limb…
This is the 25th year for the Community Cup festivities.
YMHA Executive Director Carmelita Douglas said the $500,000 high-definition security cameras missed Thursday night’s double homicide.