The two vehicle crash sent one person to the hospital.
The woman had argued that cancer made it risky for her to get pregnant, so the embryos were her last chance to have her own genetic child.
These are some of the worst toys you can expect for the 2015 holiday season.
Fitch returns a lot of talent led by Anthony Pangio, who averaged nearly a double-double.
Luciano Romeo returns after scoring 10 points per game for Howland.
In Harding’s first season in the All-American Conference, the Raiders shared the league title. How will they perform in year two?
Gannon Murray is back as Boardman appears to be ready to make a move up the All-American landscape.
Senior forward Mason Mangapora will be relied upon to guide the Cardinals to another successful season.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The Eagles take on the 3-time State Champions Friday in Twinsburg.
The teacher who leads Canfield High’s counter-terrorism class says understanding and talking about terrorism puts it all into perspective.
If passed, the law could prevent officers from being named during an investigation when they use their weapon or force.
Frantic calls to 911 were made after a Monday shoot-out at Southern Tavern on Glenwood Avenue.
Senators soften toward U.S. refugee resettlement program, but level tough criticisms at “browbeating” Obama and “stupid” governors.
House Republicans are expected to pass a bill on Thursday that will step-up background checks on Syrian refugees.
A list of holiday events from around the Valley.
King, a four-year-old mutt, will officially go home to live with Rob Bush of Grove City, who served in Iraq.
The state-funded project is believed to be one of the first of its kind in the nation.
More than 2,000 jobs are expected to be brought to central Ohio.
The bank quickly corrected their policies so the agency is dropping the citation filed in September with no further action.
On Wednesday, 8 out of 8 cases that were heard were dismissed. One speeder had two tickets and got her second ticket reduced to $25.
Performances will be at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4 and Saturday, Dec. 5 and at 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6.