Misconduct forces more soldiers out

The number of U.S. soldiers forced out of the Army because of crimes or misconduct has soared in the past several years as the military emer…

Woman complained before fatal dog attack

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio woman fatally mauled by two of her neighbor’s dogs had installed surveillance cameras to capture what was happen…

Man convicted in homeless man’s murder

A central Pennsylvania jury has convicted a man of second-degree murder and robbery in the shooting death of a homeless man authorities said…

Penn State names new president

Penn State trustees unanimously approved the selection of Eric Barron at a special meeting Monday in State College. Barron is a former profe…

Dunn leaving YSU Aug. 16

Dr. Randy Dunn’s resignation as president of Youngstown State University will be effective Aug. 16.

Fitch girls outlast Boardman

Austintown Fitch held off Boardman 65-62 in the Division I Sectional Semifinals Monday night in Austintown.

Man indicted in laser pointer case

A Hubbard man was indicted by a Trumbull County grand jury for allegedly flashing a laser pointer at a television news helicopter.

Woman slashed with box cutter

Robin Redick, 50, is still in pain from the attack that has left her with slashes on her neck, arm, chest and stomach.

Costas returns to Olympic coverage

Bob Costas returns as host for NBC’s prime-time Olympic coverage Tuesday night after being sidelined by an eye infection.

Rescue Mission offering online degree

The organization is collaborating with San Diego Christian College to offer clients an online Associates of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies.

YSU hosts Crash Day

More than 300 juniors and seniors from around the area attended Crash Day at Youngstown State University.

Woman dies in Mecca Twp. fire

A woman, who may have been handicapped and suffering from health issues, was killed in a fire in Trumbull County Monday.