Witnesses have said Brown’s hands were above his head when he was repeatedly shot by an officer Aug. 9 in Ferguson.
A pair of bids for road paving contracts came back well over the city auditor’s budget of $220,000.
Conservative lawmakers are looking to the rules committee to get a chance to repeal the Common Core Standards.
The situation in Ferguson, Mo., has raised some questions about what some are calling the militarization of police.
John Dellick’s attorney said the state should not be allowed to present three prior alleged road rage incidents involving Dellick as evidenc…
Jim Tressel officially became President of Youngstown State University on Monday, August 18, 2014.
When the Champion plant was home to Copperweld Steel, more than 1,000 people worked there.
President Obama addresses issues surrounding the police shooting in Ferguson, Mo. and developments in Iraq.
Republican Gov. Tom Corbett’s re-election campaign is seeking to distance itself from Rick Perry’s legal troubles.
Humane society officials say they’ve removed 40 dogs from a central Ohio home in an apparent case of animal hoarding.
School starts next week and officials want to get students ready for the classroom.
Members of the WKBN team joined up with Habitat for Humanity to build a home for a local family.
Waning interest by companies has forced the cancellation of the YOUNG Expo.
Plastic bags cover the parking meters around the campus so students can park for free.
The plant will all but shut down Oct. 17.
The new store will be operated by a local church.
The charges surround a workers’ compensation claim.
Draw the Line has collected enough signatures to move Youngstown’s redistricting idea forward.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich gave Monday’s keynote address.
Applications are being accepted at several Giant Eagle locations in the Valley.