Some workers in Ohio may be getting a raise, if some legislators get their way.
Union members at several downtown Las Vegas casinos have voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike if bargaining doesn’t yield a new contra…
A Pennsylvania prosecutor says a deadly fire that claimed the life of a young girl near Pittsburgh apparently was started by her 5-year-old …
Ford says it will invest $500 million and add 300 jobs at its engine plant in northwestern Ohio so that it can begin making a new V-6 engine…
A southwest Ohio soccer coach has been sentenced to seven years in prison after he was found guilty of having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
The 27th annual K-O Drugs Boxing Tournament got underway Thursday evening
The glow was from a burn-off of gas at the Hilcorp Energy Carbon Limestone Utica well site.
Head coach Ralph Blundo took the mic in front of the crowd and thanked fans for their unwavering support.
The work will be on display through the beginning of April at Bliss Hall.
Guest bartenders, including WKBN 27 First News This Morning’s Greta Mittereder and Damon Maloney, helped raise money for the United Way of Y…
Youngstown City Council approved a $171.5 million budget on Thursday.
Trumbull County Engineer Randy Smith is being targeted in a lawsuit that seeks his removal from office.
Both Columbiana County commissioner candidates for the Democratic Party have had trouble with the law
The last major hurdle has been cleared for the Valley’s long-awaited racino in Austintown.
Local students and labor leaders are watching what transpires after the recent NLRB ruling to allow student athletes to unionize.
A mumps outbreak is impacting Columbus right now. And a measles outbreak has popped up in California. But why are these afflictions making a…
DNV Energy, which operates Youngstown Pipe and Steel, plans a $1.5 million expansion at its Wilson Avenue plant.
A bill that offers incentives to switch to compressed natural gas passed unanimously in the Ohio State House.
Mahoning County’s mass-transit service has some new vehicles on the road now that cater to its changing clientele.
A local block watch and church is partnering to bring a first of its kind Easter egg hunt to Youngstown’s South Side.