Search crews using dogs, bulldozers and their bare hands kept slogging through the mess of broken wood and mud again Wednesday, looking for …
Columbus Short was arrested by police in Claremont on a warrant issued in a case that alleges he committed a battery that caused serious bod…
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry planned further talks with Abbas and with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the coming days.
LaBrae’s Peyton Aldridge took top honors at the Al Beach Slam Dunk Contest Wednesday at Boardman High School.
Young men and women given a second chance to earn their high school diplomas.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford acknowledged last year after months of denials that he smoked crack in a drunken stupor after police said they obtain…
In total, 11 planes and five ships are set to scour a search area 1,550 miles southwest of Perth on Australia’s western coast, but the Austr…
Tracking human trafficking in this area is a difficult task for advocates because statistics on the crime have not been kept.
Clifford D. Phillips was accused of paying other firefighters to perform his work while he was off duty on a trade and still collecting bene…
Youngstown State improves to 3-14 following their strong outing in Athens today.
Polycystic ovary syndrome affects one in every 10 women in the United States.
A crash in Boardman injured one person and a crash in Goshen Township around the same time injured five more.
What a Winter Season! Snow totals are jumping through the record books.
The rankings take into account health behaviors like obesity, smoking, alcohol consumption and activity levels.
The Boys Starting Five Class of 2014 has been announced, with LaBrae’s Peyton Aldridge named Player of the Year.
Five Cardinal Mooney students will travel to Kansas City in June for the National Forensic League’s national tournament.
Trumbull County Commissioners approved agreements for the design of two buildings in Warren to house several county offices.
One of the first success stories of Youngstown’s Veterans Treatment Court returned to town to share his story.
The suspect then began knocking on the back door and when no one answered, he broke in the window and went inside.
Kids at West Boulevard Elementary in Boardman received awards Wednesday for helping the community through creativity.