The Republican front-runner stands by his provocative statements in Tuesday night’s debate.
The Mustangs’ Clay O’Dell posted 30 points tonight in his team’s win on the road.
Eight GOP candidates were part of the main debate, including Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
The Southwest plane rolled into the grass and got stuck while taxiing to the gate, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
The fire three months ago caught just the roof on fire. On Tuesday, the whole house went up in flames.
A woman giving birth did not know her fiance and mother had been killed in a car accident while rushing to the hospital.
Three men were arrested during an investigation of drug complaints near the Powerhouse Bar on Mahoning Avenue.
The out-of-commission fire truck was donated by the Lordstown Fire Department.
Janiya Thomas, 11, had been missing for over a year before she was found in a freezer at her aunt’s house.
Tom Roberts, executive director of the Hope Center for Arts & Technology (HopeCAT), will keynote Penn State Shenango’s 2015 fall commencemen…
During the trial, Philip Chism’s lawyer said he was suffering from severe mental illness and was not criminally responsible for his actions.
The trade adjustment assistance would help workers look for new jobs, provide training and assistance with health care premiums.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Farrell has the opportunity to join Mooney and Ursuline as the only programs to win three state championships.
Police say the weapon was stolen from a home on Elm Road Saturday.
You can sign the card Wednesday at the AT&T Call Center on South Avenue from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sheriff’s officials later arrested a 17-year-old boy and 39-year-old woman on suspicion of felony child abuse, torture and mayhem.
The American Trucking Associations say that by the end of 2015, the driver shortage could be more than 47,000.
Academic Distress Commission member Barbara Brothers said it is an important part of their job to know what is going on in the district.
As of 2015, more than 7,000 people have found independence through Medicaid’s HOME Choice program.