Police said a pot of meth was “cooking” when they entered the house.
A worker inspecting a ride at fairgrounds in central Pennsylvania was nearly decapitated when his sweatshirt got caught in the machinery.
The suspect is considered armed and dangerous.
Central Bucks High School South teacher Bridgett Szychulski was charged Tuesday with statutory sexual assault and related counts.
The Cleveland Browns used a last second field goal to defeat the New Orleans Saints 26-24 Sunday afternoon.
The state department of education has expanded its review of an embattled charter school chain to include two additional cities amid additio…
Peak time for car-deer collisions is approaching as mating and hunting seasons run through the fall and winter.
Llewellyn allegedly sold four prescription painkillers on Aug. 28, and four more of the pills on Sept. 8.
Don Guthrie is fighting pancreatic cancer and has been a WKBN meteorologist for 44 years.
The CEO of the company traveled to Youngstown Tuesday to make the announcement.
Jameson would merge into the UPMC network under the plan.
Police said they are not sure if the man was impaired or suffered a medical condition.
The accident happened about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday on Market Street near Hilton Avenue.
The plan is to let an existing operating levy expire and replace it with a permanent improvement levy.
With invitations in hand, thousands of VIP’s got to test drive the machines at Penn National Gaming’s newest casino in Austintown.
A witness said she saw a vehicle pull out of the South Avenue Gas Mart, then heard three shots.
Even though she was eliminated in the fourth week of competition on MasterChef, Kira Novak said being in the national spotlight is still ram…
The alleged assault happened Thursday morning on a school bus between a 14-year-old and a 6-year-old.
Ohio’s Chief of Minority Business said last year, the state spent $165 million with minority firms, which is the most it has ever spent.
Organizers said with breast cancer, it is all about early detection.
A STEM festival kicked off Monday at Chaney High School.
Not everyone agrees with the state report card results that give Youngstown City Schools a failing grade.