SWAT was called early Thursday morning after officers reported hearing shots fired while they investigated a report of another shooting.
Southwest Airlines says it has fixed computer problems that caused hundreds of flights to be canceled.
Several residents in Austintown are starting the day Thursday without water service.
“I’m with you, I will fight for you and I will win for you,” Trump said from his podium at the Republican National Convention.
Police are in standoff at Columbus Circle with a man believed to have thrown a suspicious device into a police car.
A former employee of the Mahoning County Treasurer’s office is behind bars after missing scheduled court hearings on theft charges.
Kelly, who represents the state’s third congressional district, says both Lawrence and Mercer counties need jobs and a higher standard of li…
The Chinese and Taiwanese students are in the middle of a 3-week visit to Youngstown State.
The city currently requires at least four police officers and six firefighters to be on duty at all times.
A new wave of enthusiasm and crazy outfits energizes day three of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.
A proposal in Ohio seeks to give cities the ability to restrict the open or concealed carry of firearms during certain events.
A woman who punched a Telemundo reporter in the face during a live TV broadcast in Philadelphia has pleaded guilty to assault.
Ohio Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor said that at some point, the back and forth needs to stop.
New board members, David Coy and Carter Lewis, took their oaths of office during the board’s July 13 meeting.
Kelly Motika and Sara Pretoka sit in a separate section of the Q, but they get to see what the television networks might not show.
Lordstown students were eager to see the political process in action as they took the trip to Cleveland for the RNC.
Police Chief Calvin Williams said a protester whose pants caught fire got defensive when a police officer tried to put out the blaze.
Although the program in Youngstown caters to students with autism, the executive director says the school sees nothing but ability and poten…
The Ohio Department of Health says nine people in Ohio died last year as a result of heat-related illnesses.
His goal is to increase accessibility and awareness about the program so that more kids don’t go hungry when school is out.
Art See, 86, and Clyde Bolinger, 84, haven’t let their age and a major surgery stop them from competing.
The accident happened near the Belmont Avenue exit around 2 p.m. Wednesday.