The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
In all, 44 of 1,015 samples have been above the federal allowable limit.
Apple and the FBI are locked in a high-profile battle that could affect your personal info.
Melissa Bland faces a child endangering charge after police said her visually-impaired child was found in a feces-filled home in November 20…
Niles City Council voted 5-2 to approve Mayor Thomas Scarnecchia’s revised financial plan on Tuesday.
Ohio’s human trafficking numbers are climbing and that’s due, in part, because of better policing and reporting of the crime.
A Youngstown woman recounts how she was forced into the sex trade and how she helps others on the same path.
Teachers at some schools in the Valley are taking a new approach to how they configure their classrooms.
Electronics, computers and cell phones were seized, according to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
The bakery bakes custom cakes for wedding and other special occasions.
At 20-2, the Bristol Panthers have high hopes for their tournament run.
Three days after South Carolina Republicans sent Donald Trump’s campaign from front runner to presumptive nominee, Nevada GOP voters will he…
The man is accused of assaulting his wife and attempting to sell her for crack.
Andraso said that the proposal received 8 votes, but required 12 to pass.
The Niles teen accused of killing a 94-year-old neighbor lost his appeal over whether the case will be heard in adult or juvenile court.
A man accused of punching a Boardman police officer and attempting to swallow a bag of heroin was arraigned Tuesday
Senators confront HHS over lax standards they say led to trafficking of unaccompanied minors.
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Politicians have been weighing in on whether or not President Obama should replace deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Police have charged Marvin Jules with felonious assault, and he remains in the Trumbull County Jail.
Police said the drugs are worth about $281,486.
Officials say the closure would save as much as $180 million per year in operating costs.