The California outbreak was likely started by a traveler who visited the amusement park.
Six pets are missing after a doggie daycare van is stolen at gunpoint.
Valley residents are bracing for another couple days of bitter cold temperatures.
Seas are rising more than twice as fast as the global average here in the Sundarbans, a low-lying delta region of about 200 islands in the B…
The vandalism comes amid deep unease among French Jews after the deadly attacks last month on a kosher market in Paris and last week at a sy…
The find was made two weeks ago near the Israeli port city of Caesarea and consists of some 2,000 coins, weighing about 13 pounds.
The bacteria may have been a “contributing factor” in the deaths of two patients, a university statement said.
The four-story structure was shattered, and four contractors suffered minor injuries.
The plans come as Atlantic City has lost four of its 12 casinos and is trying to make its tourism-centered economy less dependent on gamblin…
While reporting on Marine boot camp reporter Nadine Grimley and photographer TJ Renninger tagged along with a group of Valley teachers.
Lowellville was one of the first districts in the state to participate in open enrollment.
Imagine a person overdoses on drugs, an officer arrives and they have the tools to actually save that person’s life.
A proposal to merge Warren’s 911 Center with the county’s has been talked about for a year.
YSU business students helped put on the event, which was part of the school’s Professional Development Series designed to get students ready…
MedWish International, a non-profit organization based in Cleveland, collected the supplies from local hospitals and is sending it to Hondur…
The federal government has stepped in with a road change that will be only the second of its kind in Mahoning County.
Every day, all students must get wanded with a metal detector, and their bags are searched as well.
Valley educators were part of a trip to Parris Island to learn about the U.S. Marine Corps and what it offers to students.
Last year’s Harvest for Hunger effort raised more than $175,000 and collected nearly 60,000 pounds of donated food.
The report from the Ohio Supreme Court’s Board of Professional Conduct shows there were 109 filings last year across the state, compared to …