Analysts say the ICBM launched by North Korea on July 4 could be capable of reaching most of Alaska.
The Youngstown soup kitchen closed earlier this month following structural issues with the building.
A federal grand jury has indicted a Youngstown man with failing to register as a sex offender.
Stevens is accused of having a gun and ammunition, despite a prior felony conviction for attempted felonious assault.
A Boardman man and his family were vacationing in Hatteras when the outage happened.
Caputo, a medium, plans to “deliver messages to audience members” at her Covelli Centre show.
Despite a shooting near the basketball courts that injured a 19-year-old, residents are showing off positive improvements they’re making.
An assistant professor of engineering at Otterbein University said there are many factors that could cause a ride’s failure.
Police say quick thinking by neighbors helped nab the suspect.
Anthony Scaramucci accused chief of staff Reince Priebus of being a “f—— paranoid schizophrenic.”
According to police, the suspect said he killed his wife because she wouldn’t stop laughing at him.
The videos have gone viral, sparking outrage.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Thursday he will stay in the job for as long as President Donald Trump wants him to serve.
The Senate early Friday rejected a measure to repeal parts of former President Barack Obama’s health care law.
JAC Management will also operate the downtown amphitheater in Youngstown scheduled to open next year.
The Community Bill of Rights has failed six times, and this seventh attempt will cost upwards of $36,000.
The debate between the Golden Bears vs. the Panthers was a big point of discussion at the Youngstown City Schools community meeting Thursday…
Police raided Ally’s Food Mart on Thursday evening, and three men on the property were charged.
More than 95 percent of kids in Pennsylvania are up-to-date but to address those who aren’t, the new rule goes into effect in August.
New Castle’s Marcus Hooker has verbally committed to play college football at Ohio State.
The commission overseeing Niles’ fiscal emergency gave the city its most positive outlook in three years.
Faced with heavy bipartisan support for the bill in the House and Senate, the president has little choice but to sign the bill into law.