The Republican National Convention kicks off today in Cleveland. Protests and marches have already begun.
New Middletown Police Chief D’Egidio talks about how hard helping officers cope with constant tragedies is.
A few dozen people at the old Cafaro Hospital in Youngstown fought addiction through stories and songs Sunday night.
RNC delegates in Cleveland vie for the seats closest to the stage where Donald Trump will accept the Republican nomination.
Mike Napoli hit one of three Cleveland homers.
Montrell Jackson and Matthew Gerald were two of three law enforcement officials shot and killed.
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers opened a series with Auburn on Sunday grabbing their 5th win in 6 days.
The Mahoning County Educational Service Center (MCESC) will be moving to its new location in Canfield on Monday.
Rose Ann Gavozzi from Canfield said she’s volunteering because she believes in Trump.
The students met with Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine and attend a delegate party in Little Italy.
Warren police are investigating a shooting that happened around 1:15 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Starling Marte hit a solo home run in the 18th inning on the first pitch from Oliver Perez.
Local fire departments in Hermitage debuted their newest creation, a vehicle made specifically for water rescue practice.
Canfield looks to make it back-to-back post-season trips this Fall.
Kasich responded Sunday to a request by the Cleveland police union president for the suspension of the law.
Coach Spaite prepares for his 22nd season as the Clippers’ leader.
Major League Baseball is telling managers to cool it on arguing balls and strikes.
Convention delegates decide who the Republican party nominates for president.
John Rupert of Leetonia owns a 1964 dump truck that he’s had for over eight years.
Obama said in a statement released by the White House. “They right no wrongs. They advance no causes.”