The remains of Corporal Dennis Buckley, who was captured by Chinese forces in 1951, returned to the Youngstown area on Tuesday.
Odessa police found a suspect who stole a ring from a deceased woman at a funeral home.
Mahoning County was awarded $17.1 million, Trumbull County was awarded $4.4 million, and Columbiana County was awarded $1.6 million.
Police are investigating after a Boardman woman’s child was stabbed in the hand with a syringe last week.
The alleged victim told police that Binion entered his home with a knife, yelling about “bad drugs” he received from someone.
Office tenants could move in to the Town Center at Firestone Farms starting this summer, and the next phase for restaurants and retailers co…
A group of cadets is trying to prove it has what it takes to join the Youngstown Fire Department.
Police said Urey was witnessed beating a woman on Parkman Road and then shoving her into his car.
The job outlook for physical therapists is growing, and the Youngstown-Warren area is expected to add 170 jobs within five years.
Tamela Knight, of Columbus, said she is auditioning for the 2017 season of “The Voice.”
The remains of Corporal Dennis Buckley, who was captured by Chinese forces in 1951, returned to the Youngstown area.
Sunbury’s mayor has suspended the city’s lone K-9 unit.
The legislation will benefit several steel companies in Ohio, including Sharon Tube in Niles, Wheatland Tube in Warren and Vallourec Star in…
New legislation in Ohio would require abortion providers to bury or cremate fetal remains.
A Pennsylvania man faces up to seven years in prison for taking a tractor for a joyride that injured his friend.
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John K. Northcott, 64, passed away Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Police said the suspect was accused of selling marijuana near Hammaker Street and had drugs in the trunk of the car he was driving.
Smith was shot and killed after a traffic crash in New Orleans Saturday night.
The next justice of the U.S. Supreme Court could tip the balance of abortion laws for years to come.
Police said the man threw rocks and feces at a home on Quinby Street in Sharon.
The U.S. medical community is issuing a severe warning — the Zika virus needs to be taken seriously.