Sunday saw the conclusion of National Dog Bite Prevention Week.
Youngstown Police have released the name of the victim of the city’s third homicide of the year.
It was Friday night when Elliot Rodger’s mother got a call from her son’s therapist that he had emailed a ranting manifesto about going on a…
With the Memorial Day weekend marking the unofficial start to summer, you’ll probably start seeing a lot more motorcycles on the roads.
Mequon, WIS (WKBN)- The YSU baseball team capped off a miraculous run in the Horizon League Tournament with a 5-4 win over top seeded Wright…
This Memorial Day weekend United State lawmakers are trying to help guarantee basic freedoms to a country halfway around the world.
A local group is teaching folks to be neighborly by helping each other out one hour at a time.
Memorial Day weekend is the mark of the beginning of summer. It is also the time of year when swimming pools open for the season.
The Internal Revenue Service released data that shows government employees, including those at the IRS, aren’t paying taxes.
A Warren man is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to scamming a 93-year-old woman out of more than $2,000.
The weather may be getting warmer, but that’s not why people were shaving their heads Saturday in Cortland.
While many people are celebrating this Memorial Day weekend with cookouts and ball games, boy scouts spent the day Saturday marking graves f…
Police say three people have been charged with stealing more than 100 bronze vases from a Pittsburgh area cemetery.
The CVS store in Struthers was robbed again. Police are asking for help identifying the suspect.
Multiple departments were called out Saturday to a fire just east of Fredonia.
A drive-by shooter went on a rampage near a Santa Barbara university campus that left seven people dead, including the attacker, and seven o…
Luck was on the side of some would-be gamblers before they even got to the casino.
Police in Cleveland are trying to identify a body found in the city’s harbor.
The Penguins need one more victory to advance to the NCAA Tournament.
Gov. John Kasich’s upcoming budget may help cover part of the gap, and Ohio’s decision to expand Medicaid eligibility for more poor Ohioans …