The Rev. Joseph Maurizio Jr. has been jailed since last fall, when federal prosecutors in Johnstown accused him of molesting one boy.
Andrew McCutchen hit a three-run homer and left-hander Francisco Liriano pitched six shutout innings.
This is the first-ever meeting between YSU and Robert Morris, a member of the Northeast Conference.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
It is not known who will be picked, but Ohio Democratic Chairman David Pepper is confident a proper person will be selected.
The battle of the Bulldogs ended in a draw Tuesday night.
Youngstown Police Chief Robin Leese says the citations should not come as a surprise.
United Continental Holdings Inc. said Tuesday that Jeffery Smisek and two other senior executives had stepped down.
The decision by a division of the San Francisco-based 1st District Court of Appeal rejected two murder defendants’ efforts to get access to …
The ruling in Zach Anderson’s case was released Tuesday by Berrien County District Judge Dennis Wiley.
A Southern California brushfire has prompted the evacuation of homes near the border of Orange and Los Angeles counties.
Demolition crews have been busy taking down a vacant home, and neighbors are happy to see it go.
The Boeing 777-200 was bound for Gatwick Airport near London.
The deal announced Tuesday appeared to be among the largest settlements in police death cases in recent years.
Scientists have determined that extremely low levels of crude oil spilled by the Exxon Valdez caused heart problems in embryonic fish.
Authorities say the shooting happened during a drug deal gone bad in a parking lot on South Avenue.
The university’s handling of a student’s gang rape allegations, will not be publicly released because of student privacy concerns.
In a statement, Gabay’s family said he was in a coma and “surrounded by his loved ones” at a Brooklyn hospital.
Her lawyer refused to say whether she would defy the courts again.
Senator Brown said he first tried getting the measure through Congress five years ago but failed to do so.
The decision comes more than a year after the county prosecutor cleared the officer, Roger Jones, of criminal wrongdoing.
The Cincinnati-based company says it closes a few underperforming stores every year.