Boardman Police and Fire are investigating.
Congressman Tim Ryan hosted a breakfast in Niles on Sunday to this year’s class of nominees to U.S. Service Academies.
Searchers on two helicopters and four lifeboats were looking for survivors.
Hobby Lobby has a relocation celebration planned.
When Jan Lastocy was repeatedly raped by a Michigan state prison guard, she felt she’d become invisible.
A Marshals Service spokeswoman said the agency has 550 detainees at the Youngstown prison.
Scott had fought cancer since a diagnosis in late 2007.
Man resists arrest in Hickory.
Youngstown police investigate a shooting on the North Side.
A dog that was rescued and suffers from anxiety has a new home in Montana.
Crews fought house fire in Warren for two hours.
The mayor of a small French town is denying he refused burial in his community of an infant Roma who died suddenly a day after Christmas.
Police say they are investigating the death of a woman at a Luzerne County residence as a homicide.
A northern Ohio metro parks system has bought a former golf club to expand park acreage and preserve habitat.
The show of disrespect came outside the funeral home where Officer Wenjian Liu was remembered.
It was Shiffrin’s 12th career World Cup win.
North Korea has expressed fury over “The Interview,” an anti-Pyongyang Sony comedy.
Baltimore (11-6) sacked Roethlisberger five times.
Crews believe the fire started in a wall of the house.
It is part of a program aimed at healthy decision making for young students.
Brooke was elected to the Senate in 1966.
A record 104 women will serve in Congress.