According to Austintown police, the victim is in critical condition.
The Route 711 ramps are now reopen after a truck carrying trash spilled across the roadway.
Ian Cole, Evgeni Malkin and Eric Fehr scored and Matt Murray made 23 saves.
The students and local residents teamed up to create an exhibit that included photographs of neighbors painting a mural.
State lawmakers recently approved the $1.25 million grant for the Youngstown Symphony Society.
Investigators say a Mercer County couple systematically stole credit card information and received hundreds of deliveries to their house.
Police said the boy answered the door and told them he had been home alone for about an hour.
Clinton will become the first woman to top the presidential ticket of a major U.S. political party.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered a thorough investigation of the escape immediately after police ended the hunt.
His defense team will try to demonstrate that he was legally insane at the time, meaning he was unable to understand the “wrongfulness” of h…
Pictures of rainbows sent in from throughout the Valley using our Report It feature.
Sixth grader Scotty Crawford has raised over $34,000 to renovate the Canfield War Vet Museum.
Police said after the 17-year-old found no pulse, he watched television for some time, took a shower and eventually called 911 to turn himse…
Pennsylvania school officials are warning they may need to raise taxes, eliminate programs and cut jobs.
One of the drivers had to be cut out of the car and was taken away by ambulance.
Police arrested James Brooks in August after they discovered Alesha Bell’s remains in his fire pit in Ashtabula County.
The teenager accused of the Madison Local Schools shooting pleaded guilty to four counts of attempted murder and one count of inducing panic…
Trump has said District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who was born to Mexican immigrants, can’t be impartial in lawsuits against Trump Univers…
The former students participated in the first “Clap Off” at C.H. Campbell Elementary School to walk the hallways in their caps and gowns.
The park wanted to “improve the habitat, the appeal and the accessibility” of the pond.
Tuesday’s meet and greet will be held at 2 p.m. at Choffin Career and Technical Center.
The program provides meals for children ages 1 to 18 for free, and adults for a small fee.