Kosar blasted the organization Monday.
The ugly nature of Bo Pelini’s departure from Nebraska was revealed.
Just how much the cyberattack will ultimately cost Sony is unclear.
The driver was traveling in the wrong direction on the Madison Avenue Expressway when the vehicle hit a bridge.
The redistricting resolution amends the Ohio Constitution with a new legislative map-making process.
Former Youngstown Police Chief Jimmy Hughes and retired Sgt. Anita Davis are asking for changes in the force, saying there is little opportu…
The Children’s Dyslexia Center of Youngstown has been around for 16 years.
Part of the agreement includes enclosing the deck at the bar and insulating sound equipment.
Other areas also will see precinct changes, but Struthers and Youngstown were selected first because they are the only two cities with prima…
Inslee, who has made tackling climate change a key issue since taking office two years ago, said the plan would raise nearly $1 billion in i…
The vast majority of funding for the construction work is expected to come from the Federal Highway Administration, which has Buy America re…
The stolen files expose lax Internet security practices inside Sony such as pasting passwords into emails, using easy-to-guess passwords and…
The United States’ commercial ties with Cuba were broken 54 years ago after Fidel Castro took over.
An autopsy Wednesday showed that Stone neither shot nor fatally stabbed himself, although he had some non-fatal cuts on his legs.
In programs revealed by the AP this year, USAID secretly created a primitive social media program called ZunZuneo, staged a health workshop …
Dr. Shayesteh said obesity is the foundation of nearly 30 chronic diseases.
UAW Local 1112 started its Care and Share food distribution program 40 years ago.
Sony said it was cancelling “The Interview” ”in light of the decision by the majority of exhibitors not to show the film.
City Council put the proposed legislation into first reading so more discussion can be held.
YSU administrators said the deal hasn’t been written yet.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the indictment Tuesday.
Each record has a state contact that taxpayers can question.