Police are looking for three suspects who tried to steal an ATM machine and led police on a chase.
Around Youngstown it’s not uncommon to see old abandoned houses, but in some parts it’s now the newer homes that remain vacant.
The cases decided were from Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee.
Universities in northeast Ohio are considering ways to consolidate their operations, according to higher education officials.
The CBS Barber Shop in Warren has thousands of dollars in damage after the business was shot at over 40 times
The airport held a ribbon cutting Thursday for a new T-hangar.
The group is not only concerned for victims but for those committing crimes or instigating them.
The Sateri Centers sent a letter to residents and their families, saying the business would close Dec. 3.
Austintown government officials say they don’t trust the property owner, Sebastian Rucci.
Four-year-old Leah Still is fighting a rare cancer.
Investigators are awaiting toxicology results and information from the modules of vehicles involved in a fatal crash on the Ohio Turnpike.
Police and school officials are working to identify the product.
Bernard Stuntebeck pleaded guilty to charges of pandering sexually oriented material and obscenity.
The woman was spotted driving erratically before she pulled into the daycare to pick up her daughter.
A woman abducted off a Philadelphia street returned home early Thursday.
Police have arrested one person in connection with the murder.
Bottom Dollar Food will offer every associate severance, and eligible associates will be offered career transition services.
Most people understand the dangers of fighting fires, but it is also extremely dangerous to help on the side of a highway.
Students from Canfield High School and Chaney Visual and Performing Arts Program, will present “Ragtime” later this month.
Nearly every state has adopted the standards, which emphasize critical thinking and spell out what reading and math skills students should g…