By early evening, Gaza militants had fired at least 117 rockets and mortar shells at Israel, while Israel carried out at least 35 airstrikes…
He was sentenced in 1981 to 20 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder.
The truck driver drove off and may not have realized he hit the cyclist, police said.
Thirty years ago, Leetonia had a hustling, bustling downtown, and several small business owners are determined to make it that once again.
The Riverside Railroad Club sponsors the only publicly-owned large-scale train layout in northern Ohio.
During a news conference Friday in which authorities announced the indictment of 13 people in connection to the murder of Shawn Cortez, comm…
Some of the department’s cruisers have 170,000 miles on them.
The new store brings 12 new jobs to the area.
Warren Mayor Doug Franklin cooked hot dogs on the grill for department heads and supervisors at City Hall.
Hagan is part of the Ohio Correctional Institution Inspection Committee.
Officials said they discussed what challenges lie ahead if the city of Warren loses its own dispatch center.
Democratic candidate Connie Pillich met with women voters for a round table discussion at the Mocha House on N. High Street.
Youngstown City Council may have mistakenly bypassed a vote on a ballot petition to reduce the city’s wards.
The suspect accused in the stabbing death of a disabled man from Struthers has been indicted by a Mahoning County grand jury.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Several people, including four juveniles, have been charged in connection to the shooting death of 17-year-old Sha…
Security officials with the ATM company said a putty-like substance was put over the lens of the camera on the ATM.
The Port of Los Angeles is welcoming an unusual visitor – a 60-foot-tall rubber duck sailed into port Wednesday to kick off the Tall Ships F…
A disciplinary report reveals in more detail the incidents surrounding the firing of Struthers police detective Ray Greenwood.
Heavy rains that moved through Central Indiana on Thursday and Friday left a number of counties flooded.
The verdict came in just before noon Friday.