A witness said he saw a man on fire running across his yard.
Under proposed FDA rules, e-cigarettes would fall under the same laws and age restrictions as smokeless tobacco, cigars and cigarettes.
The Leetonia school board has approved raises for its teachers, while Liberty Schools are out from under state financial oversight.
The Western Reserve road bridge over 680 is the next major project.
Authorities charged a woman, who was also injured in the shooting, with attempted homicide, among other offenses.
Video submitted to WKBN shows a man being arrested following a shooting early Wednesday morning.
Federal prosecutors are seeking a three-year sentence for Lupo, who pleaded guilty to dumping toxic brine into the Mahoning River.
Some are unhappy with the vendor providing food to Ohio inmates.
A new poll shows that Democratic challenger Ed FitzGerald has gained little ground against Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
A broken water main near UCLA’s campus sent a geyser of water some 30 feet into the air, trapping people in underground parking garages and …
Police arrested one suspect Wednesday morning.
Four people are under arrest and are being charged with misusing a company credit card.
A vacant house fire in Youngstown is being called suspicious by fire investigators.
Two northeast Ohio brothers used separate cars to fatally hit a 17-year-old boy who had robbed them of a dirt bike at gunpoint in Cleveland,…
It will be similar to the attraction Crayola now operates in its eastern Pennsylvania hometown of Easton.
The trust fund is in its current straits because the federal 18.4-cent-a-gallon gas tax and the 24.4-cent-a-gallon diesel tax, the fund’s ch…
The report blames a generation of sun worshiping for the $8 billion spent to treat all forms of skin cancer each year.
Detectives say he robbed a casino cashier of $43,500 at gunpoint Friday night and later paid prostitutes at another hotel with money still b…
Its larger rival, Facebook, also posted strong results last week and its stock is trading near a record high.
The new charges expose PG&E to more than $1 billion in fines. It had previously faced up to a $6 million fine under the old indictment.