The Akron Zoo said it trains its workers for a variety of circumstances and emergency situations.
Wastewater Superintendent Andy Catanzarite walked WKBN through the City of Niles Wastewater Treatment Plant.
According to the police report, the suspects were in possession of a semi-automatic rifle and pistol.
Check Point, one of Israel’s leading cyber security companies, showed CNN how quickly they can hack an iPhone.
Mars will appear bigger and brighter in the sky until June 3, and the planet will be visible to the naked eye.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint the weekend of June 3-5.
The checkpoint to intercept impaired drivers was stationed on Dock Street in Sharon from 11 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday.
The monuments honor 74 men — all from Struthers — who died while in service,
For the fourth year in a row, the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in Mercer County paid tribute to fallen heroes with a fitting tribute.
Monday marked Memorial Day, which was recognized with a variety of events and services throughout the Valley.
Police said Lydia Ann Johnson, 15, was last seen Friday night at her home.
There has been a strong outpouring on social media of people upset the gorilla was killed Saturday.
Crews in Youngstown worked early Monday morning to control a fire on the south side of the city.
Police in Alliance are looking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects who took beer from a local Giant Eagle.
Police in New Castle are investigating a shooting in which a man was shot in the stomach.
Sunday night, friends and family of Timothy Walton held a candlelight vigil in New Waterford.
The Republican National Convention will be held in late July, with Cleveland hosting it this time around.
State lawmakers want to make sure alerts about lead in drinking water get out as quick as possible.
Youngstown needs lifeguards to make sure you can hang out at the pool all summer.
Garden centers, like Petitti Garden Center in Boardman, have thousands of plants and flowers in full bloom.
The Struthers High School class of 2016 shared the stage with two U.S. Army veterans.
Timothy Walton was supposed to graduate Sunday from Crestview High School.