The university’s settlement gives the family of Samuel DuBose $4.85 million and promises free undergraduate tuition for his 12 children.
A homeless man sought in the slaying of a shelter employee and wounding of another has surrendered to police in Philadelphia.
A former radio talk show host and her adult daughter were found strangled and beaten to death in and near their home.
Ella Robinson, who lived through the segregation of Alabama and discrimination of Youngstown, tells her story.
Though there will not be an seventh Lombardi Trophy added to the team’s crowded display, there remains plenty of optimism.
Austin Sullivan is charged with aggravated burglary in connection to a break-in that resulted in a 69-year-old man being injured.
LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony are a step closer to a fourth Olympics, and Stephen Curry is in position for his first.
Mercer County’s best rivalry resumes at Kennedy Catholic this Tuesday when the Golden Eagles host Farrell on the MyYTV Game of the Week.
Struthers, Austintown, Canfield and Boardman are some of the districts looking for substitutes.
The Valley’s Congressmen have two very different opinions on the Obama administration’s deal to lift sanctions against Iran.
Frey, who was 67 and had been battling multiple ailments, died Monday.
The accident occurred on Warner Road Monday afternoon.
The event at Oh Wow! helped children with mobility constraints explore all there is to see at the science center.
Vinopal spent the preseason with the Dallas Cowboys, but was released after suffering an ankle injury against the Chargers.
The volunteer effort is the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation’s way of honoring Martin Luther King Day.
It was likely Anthony Fontes’ unique facial hair and quirky outfit that caught the attention of the show.
The plumber was using a propane torch to either solder or defrost the pipes.
Harfts’ resignation follows questions about the airline’s safety record and incidents involving emergency landings and mechanical issues.
The family of an Iranian American reporter who spent more than a year behind bars is thanking U.S. lawmakers and the journalism community.
Campbell Police said $19,652 in cash, pills and weapons were found during a traffic stop for a broken headlight.
President Hassan Rouhani and his team have plenty to celebrate now that nuclear sanctions have been removed.