A former state trooper fighting cancer got a lift from family and co-workers.
A barn fire at a northeast Ohio animal sanctuary killed two goats, a rooster and a pot belly pig.
One person was trapped inside a vehicle after it flipped over on Interstate 680 in Youngstown.
The Youngstown State women’s basketball team made a season-high 13 3-pointers and shot a season-best 55 percent to beat Valparaiso 84-56 on …
Workers from major Valley manufacturers faced off Saturday in Austintown.
An effort to offer support to local communities with declining salt supplies didn’t work out as expected.
The Ohio National Guard welcomed home 130 soldiers from the 838th Military Police Company.
The Golden Flashes have shot over 61% from the free throw this season as a team.
An ongoing effort to save a center that provides employment opportunities to those with developmental disabilities continued Saturday in Nil…
A big screen movie producer wants to bring Hollywood to Youngstown.
It was a packed house at Fellows Riverside Gardens in Youngstown Saturday morning.
The Pennsylvania AG is looking into complaints about the costs deducted by a natural gas exploration company before it paid landowner royalt…
The Ohio State Highway Patrol announced an OVI checkpoint will be held Saturday in Campbell.
Police in Montenegro fired tear gas and stun grenades Saturday to disperse hundreds of stone-throwing protesters.
T.J. Oshie brainstormed while he skated to center ice, desperately trying to come up with one last move to end an epic shootout.
California’s historic drought is putting increasing pressure on Gov. Jerry Brown to tackle longstanding problems in the state water storage …
The number of U.S. soldiers forced out of the Army because of crimes or misconduct has soared in the past several years.
The fourth suspect sought by police in the brutal beating of a now-deceased homeless man is under arrest.
The head of a park on the shoreline of the San Francisco Bay has been chosen as the next superintendent of the only national park in Ohio.
The state says it plans to start seizing federal tax refunds sent to Ohioans who have committed unemployment compensation fraud.