The Salem fire department checked a faulty fire hydrant Thursday following a fire where they had problems accessing water.
All seven Trader Horn stores will close in mid-February.
The medical examiner’s report says Jeffrey Mather had showed signs of torment recently and was hospitalized briefly in December.
CEO Jed York is counting on to turn the once-proud franchise back into a contender.
Last year the Oscars came under withering criticism over its lack of diversity.
Three people were killed, including two high school students, during an avalanche at a French Alps ski slope.
We explain how each party’s caucus works, who can vote and what will be new in the process this year.
Two people were killed and 35 troopers were injured as a result of the crashes.
Rowe worked for the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Department for 17 years, but he was fired in 2014 after the department says he violated six ru…
A routine traffic stop in Wood County netted hundreds of pills along with heroin and marijuana.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Warren Steel Holdings will not reopen its doors as company officials had hoped moving into 2016.
The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected a proposal to end courtroom deals that allow defendants to plead to lesser crimes.
The girl was last seen at home in the Pittsburgh suburb of Sewickley on Monday, and was reported missing Wednesday.
The complete list of 88th Annual Academy Award nominations were announced Thursday.
Former Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter has been arrested in Florida after a fight outside a bar.
Two other $1 million tickets were sold in Toldeo and one in Centerville.
British actor Alan Rickman, a classically-trained stage star and sensual screen villain in the “Harry Potter” saga and other films, has died…
A study done by the University of Miami shows those who drink in moderation are more likely to exercise than those who abstain.
The WHO cautioned that the world cannot yet be fully declared free of the disease that claimed more than 11,300 lives during a two-year outb…
The top 5 percent earned 15.7 times what the bottom 20 percent did in Cincinnati. Nationally, this ratio was 9.3 — the same as in 2013.
Cleveland.com reports the university and contractor blame each other for the delays.