Phillips will be sentenced for the charges on December 14.
A preview of next week on Capitol Hill along with a look back at this week’s major moments.
The boil advisory will be in effect until further notice.
Officers will be looking for alcohol and drug impairment during the checkpoints and will also be conducting saturation patrols, according to…
A major international financial scandal has left a mark in the Valley.
The decision to block the Keystone XL Pipeline could have implications on your wallet and community for years to come.
Demolition crews started to tear down the old Wengler Avenue School in Sharon this week.
The Winter Crisis Program started taking applications from Ohio residents this week.
The casino machines have a sticker that says a malfunction of the machine voids all pays and plays.
The story of an Ohio prison escape, fit for any Hollywood crime drama, came to an end in Minnesota Thursday.
A customer arriving at the store just before 8 a.m. Friday saw the girl wandering in the parking lot.
Top-flight 2016 Republican presidential candidates reckoned with tough questions this week that reared up from their pasts.
Troopers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol seized over $6,000 in edible and bagged marijuana during a traffic stop.
The crash happened on Halloween evening.
Some scientists and doctors are now warning about potential dangers with cell phones.
Firefighters put out the flames within 30 minutes, and Youngstown Fire officials continue to investigate the case.
Tickets for the March 2016 Carrie Underwood concert at the Covelli Centre went on sale Friday.
One person is dead and another injured in a shooting at the Trumbull Homes development in Warren Thursday night.
Surveillance video captured the man leaving a Niles store with the blender.
Obama was to announce the decision at the White House after meeting with Secretary of State John Kerry.
Police believe Silva raped an unconscious person at a party in March.
A transformer was damaged on the north side of the city.