Columbus resident Mary Andrix and her friends have been sending the same Christmas card for 60 years.
The robber waved a knife and demanded money before leaving the restaurant with an undisclosed amount of cash.
People with tickets for last night’s canceled flight were able to fly out from the airport at noon Christmas day.
The Pope denounced ongoing conflicts in Africa, the Middle East and Ukraine and issued words of consolation to Christians being persecuted f…
Police say the incident was sparked by a long-running feud and was not a random act of violence.
The top Pennsylvania news stories of 2015 captured in images.
The stores that dominated headlines in Pennsylvania through 2015.
Fed-Ex customers took to Twitter and Facebook to complain about deliveries not arriving in time for Christmas.
The driver of a car that crashed into a northern Ohio home and killed a woman sitting on a couch has pleaded not guilty.
An indulgence is an ancient church tradition related to the forgiveness of sins.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
City employees gathered at Youngstown City Hall on Thursday.
Churches throughout the area are having Christmas Eve mass, including St. Pat’s in Youngstown and St. Lucy’s, which reopened for one night.
Employees and their families gathered to sing and see Santa.
He makes it clear that he disagrees with many of Trump’s “more than a little shocking” policy proposals.
Downey was among 91 people granted pardons for criminal convictions.
Skeletal remains believed to be those of Lance Leeroy Arellano were discovered in a narrow cave.
A look back on this holiday season, filled with celebration and helping those in need.
Michelle Henry has to spend the holidays without her two sons, so they sent her a special message.
Detroit police haven’t identified the man who was shot by an officer from nearby Dearborn.
The recordings show that one officer pursuing 17-year-old Laquan McDonald on Oct. 20, 2014, asked if others in the area had stun guns.
Illinois residents make up 10 percent of DraftKings customers, according to the court filing.