The world-wide shortage of clowns has trickled down to our own clown community here in the Valley.
The U.S. EPA said it’s safer to drink water with chlorine byproducts like TTHM found in Salem’s water than to just consume pre-treated water.
Ahead of Saturday night’s dinner and wine-tasting fundraiser in coordination with the Hope House, take a look at some career highlights of the famous Youngstown boxer.
A Liberty firefighter, now on unpaid leave from his department, will soon have sex charges against him heard by a Mahoning County Jury.
Ohio’s treasurer is hoping an idea of his will provide more transparency when it comes to the way the state is spending tax dollars.
The Canfield boys bowling team got a heartfelt send-off Thursday as they head to the state championship.
Water customers in Hubbard are asked to conserve water as crews make repairs to a water line.
A local, popular discount movie theater is closing its doors at the end of the month.
European Union leaders were poised Thursday to impose sanctions on Russia to protest its military incursion into Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula, according to European officials.
Three elderly men alleged to have served as SS guards at the Auschwitz death camp have been released from custody, but prosecutors say the investigation against them continues.
The American CEO of a virtual currency exchange was found dead near her home in Singapore.
Investigators say a fire that destroyed a Detroit apartment building and forced some adults and children to leap from second- and third-floor windows was set intentionally.
An Army general accused of sexual assault is pleading guilty to three lesser charges, but maintains his innocence on five remaining counts.
A western Pennsylvania school bus driver has been suspended and charged with child endangerment for allegedly making two unruly teens get off the bus about three miles from their stop.
The Dalai Lama prayed in the U.S. Senate on Thursday.
The Obama administration slapped new visa restrictions Thursday on pro-Russian opponents of the new Ukraine government in Kiev and cleared the way for financial sanctions as the West began punishing Moscow for its occupation of Ukraine’s Crimea region.
An auto parts manufacturer says it will build a $50 million plant in southwest Ohio that is expected to result in 150 jobs.
A southwestern Pennsylvania woman has pleaded guilty in the beating death of her 4-year-old son as jury selection continues for the death penalty trial of her boyfriend.
A chaplain’s prayer invoking the name of Jesus to open council meetings in a northeast Ohio city is stirring debate over separation of church and state.
Ohio’s largest natural gas utility is blaming the colder-than-normal winter for higher bills about to be paid by residential customers on budget payment plans.