The police department has come under criticism for the tactics it’s employed to deal with protesters, using riot police and military-style v…
The victim was sitting on the front porch of his Hudson Street home when he said a man started shooting at him.
Arkansas City police say it will be up to the prosecutor to decide if charges will be filed.
The decision has been in limbo ever since and Tuesday night we could know what the NBA has decided.
Chief Rick Jamrozik was placed on paid administrative leave Tuesday.
He spoke before an audience that included police officers, relatives of the slain — and five empty seats, each representing a fallen officer…
A spokeswoman says the dog’s handler didn’t realize the dog was locked in the car.
Personal information was not properly secured on the four computers. The Department of Revenue said it will offer resources for victims.
At midnight Monday, the spending bill became law after Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf wouldn’t stand in its way and negotiations proved fruitless.
East Palestine ended their playoff drought last year. This year, they’ll look to continue their success.
First-year head coach John Falconi, Jr. brings a spread offense to Stoneboro.
The pavement was likely affected by the heat.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown,Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
The signing of the Undergraduate Pathway Agreement took place in the Board of Trustees meeting room in Tod Hall on YSU’s campus.
Vincent S. Flask took the oath of office Tuesday afternoon.
Deputies said Austin Rowe was arrested at a home in Campbell, while Christian Little was found at a house on Youngstown’s north side.
Chief Cathy Lanier said no officers were wounded during the unplanned attack in southeast Washington.
Bernice E. Melitschka, age 99, of Salem, Tuesday, July 12, 2016
The kids kept their animals cool by giving them enough cold water and tying window fans to the rafters.
Every week on JobsNow, we’ve featured a different career, giving you something to consider if you’re out of work and looking for a job.
Robert M. Evon, 91, of Warren, entered into eternal life peacefully under hospice care on Tuesday, July 12, 2016
This marks the second time in less than a week that the Capitol has been locked down.