A 63-year-old northeast Ohio man has been sentenced to six months in jail after humane officers found four emaciated pit bull dogs living in…
Another east side fire in Youngstown is considered suspicious.
Having too much abdominal fat is one of the most common causes of heartburn, but certain foods also can trigger it.
A technical advisory team from the Democratic National Committee will visit Columbus beginning Wednesday and discuss how much money has been…
PennFuture spokeswoman Elaine Labalme said it will still participate with the center when it believes it’s worth providing input.
The owner of Fox News Channel and the 20th Century Fox movie studio ended its $76 billion bid for Time Warner Inc. after the New York compan…
Tim Tebow is embracing his latest passion by working as a football analyst for ESPN’s new SEC Network, which debuts Aug. 14.
The city charter established seven wards in 1923. Since then, Youngstown has lost 60 percent of its population.
Youngstown City Council approved the demolition of two more buildings to make more room for parking.
Drug trafficking charges caught up with a man from Youngstown and woman from Struthers.
Council members said the tax is needed to bridge a continuing budget shortfall that has led to the layoff of 20 percent of the village’s wor…
Dissolving the board was discussed in May after several members quit.
In June, the Regional Chamber released a plan to improve the corridor.
A Youngstown police officer expects that by the end of this year, the department will have taken more than 500 runaway reports.
WKBN First News Reporter Jeff Levkulich uncovered last month that several city employees were behind on their payments. He also uncovered se…
People in Bessemer are in shock over allegations made against a Catholic priest who once served their parish.
The mother of a woman accused in a Sharon stabbing said her daughter is not a violent person.
Residents at the location where a search warrant was served deny making or using meth.
Hundreds of gay marriage supporters rallied Wednesday in downtown Cincinnati.
Russian hackers have stolen 1.2 billion user names and passwords in a series of Internet heists affecting 420,000 websites, according to a r…