More than two dozen people were injured when a double-decker bus traveling from Chicago to Atlanta slid off an interstate.
The man was last seen Friday along Infirmary Road in Mantua Township.
Bill Cosby’s silence in the face of a sex abuse scandal may be his best strategy for now.
Authorities say a man involved in a crash that killed a western Pennsylvania police officer almost a week ago has died.
Rescue teams had to use tools similar to the Jaws of Life to pull the driver from the truck after it overturned.
A northeast Ohio woman who told police an intruder shot and killed her husband five years ago has been charged with aggravated murder in his…
Israel, the United States, Canada, Australia, Micronesia and Marshall Islands voted no.
The woman is thought to be the mother of seven of the children, and the eighth is believed to be her niece.
Seventy dogs from rescues across the country were featured on the two-hour Thanksgiving night telecast
The money was promised two years ago as part of race track relocation agreements with the state.
The grant money will be applied to the development of two travelling suitcases focused on the Civil War and the Valley’s industrial history.
The Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley awarded $136,000 in grants to 18 non-profit organizations in Mahoning and Trumbull counties.
The measure calls for establishing 10 authorized growing locations.
The city of Warren is looking at a way to remove boards from houses in place of a Plexiglas alternatives.
The event is at 9:30 a.m. at North Mar Church in Warren.
The panel includes an officer from the Trumbull County Adult Probation Department.
The theft happened earlier this week at the Giant Eagle on New Butler Road.
Ohio also has its second confirmed influenza-associated pediatric death, a 16-year-old boy from Licking County.
The Brazilian government says it will study the possibility of legalizing the use of a marijuana derivative to treat people suffering from s…
Groups across the Valley come together in the spirit of giving.
The CDC said the investigation into the deaths and illnesses is “rapidly evolving.”
A Columbus area woman was kicked off welfare while she was hospitalized in a coma.