Decked out in glitzy costumes and winter coats, people filled the streets of New Orleans on Tuesday for the annual Mardi Gras festivities.
The frigid temperatures are keeping people away from the usually popular Cafe 422 in Niles.
Local Marine recruits talk about what led them to the Corps.
The driver swerved into oncoming traffic, pushed a semi to the edge of the road, then drove up on a curb, through snow, and took out a mailb…
Going through boot camp is no easy task, but for those who do, it’s a huge accomplishment.
Chad serves as a sports anchor and as executive producer of Game of the Week.
Greece and its creditors are still expected to cobble together a deal that will include the euro currency.
MARION, Ohio – The Ohio State Fire Marshal’s office has been called to investigate a fire that killed a 3-year-old boy Tuesday morning. Acco…
One student found out after going to dinner with his parents to celebrate.
The city, its police chief and two officers named as defendants deny the family’s claims and are asking a judge to dismiss the lawsuit.
A man who led authorities on a nationwide manhunt after being charged in the slayings of an elderly Ohio couple is being held on a $5 millio…
Neighbors shouted the man’s whereabouts to police, who eventually tased and arrested him.
A family wants answers after their father’s south side Youngstown home was set on fire just hours after he passed away.
PARCC testing for Ohio students started Tuesday amid concerns about the new requirements.
YSU President Jim Tressel was invited to Struthers City Schools to help promote the district’s healthy lifestyle program.
Certain local zoning laws aimed at limiting fracking can’t be used to circumvent the state’s authority over oil and gas drilling.
Campbell City Schools voted to appoint John Young as interim principal at Campbell Memorial High School.
A new lawsuit by a northeast Ohio officer alleges sexual harassment and retaliation by her former boss.
Campbell Schools Superintendent Matt Bowen filed a complaint with the police department Jan. 16.
Frigid temperatures are keeping the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium closed.