Survey results released before the 4-0 vote showed water consumption throughout California had actually jumped by 1 percent this past May co…
The bombing in the rebel-held town of Snizhne demonstrated how airstrikes and heavy rocket fire are becoming increasingly common as the conf…
It was the deadliest insurgent attack against civilians since the U.S. invasion that ousted the Taliban in 2001.
Investigators said the sleeping actress was awakened at 6:30 a.m. on June 8 by banging noises, opened her bedroom door and saw a dark-clad s…
The musical never took off after mixed to poor reviews, despite a spectacular final few minutes when the boxing ring is lowered onto the fir…
Hillary Clinton last appeared on “The Daily Show” during her 2008 presidential campaign.
Food festivals are everywhere in the Valley, but an upcoming STEM festival will feed the community’s mind.
Northside Medical Center has a new leader at the helm.
Business is slowly getting back to normal for area Asian restaurants following a problem with a food distribution truck in May, but at least…
A Niles man with a lengthy criminal history is behind bars once again after allegedly taking inappropriate photos.
A suspect with a long and unstable history is back in jail.
Veterans can get the help they need with financial and other benefits. All they have to do is ask.
A Youngstown baby that was badly burned by a wayward firework was released from the hospital and is recovering at home.
Prices at the pump are expected to take a decent drop over the next few weeks.
A grand jury believed the contact happened in June.
State Senator Joe Schiavoni got a first-hand look at the Big Reach Center of Hope and an education on what they do to help others.
Authorities found one of the bodies Saturday and another Sunday.
Two valley facilities made the list of best hospitals, according to a national publication.
Struthers police are still looking for his vehicle.
Mercer County officials are entertaining the idea of hiring a company to run their jail.