The settlement announced by state Attorney General Mark Brnovich will pay the families $50,000 each.
The USDA decided to include Greek yogurt as a permanent option in its school lunch program after classifying it as an approved meat substitu…
Floodwaters came through North Ponil Canyon around 4:30 a.m., State Police spokesman Chad Pierce said.
Detention staff should consider transgender detainees’ preferences when making decisions about housing, clothing and what pronouns to used.
However many Terminators are unveiled, the mechanical heart and soul of the series will always be Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800.
A federal jury in Davenport on Monday rejected Teresa Manning’s claims that she was rejected because of her political beliefs and associatio…
The former Steubenville High School student wants to play at the community college level.
An anti-monopoly proposal could potentially block marijuana legalization in Ohio this fall.
The revised policy applies to so-called compounded drugs, which are mixed versions of drugs not subject to strict federal oversight.
Sen. Frank LaRose of Copley says his proposal would mirror a bipartisan effort to change the map-making process for state legislative distri…
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Smartphone maps and GPS units do not always show construction closures and detours.
It kicks off Wednesday night and runs through Saturday, finishing off with a fireworks display.
The bridges on Palmyra Road in Warren Township and Chestnut Ridge Road in Hubbard Township are old and in need of repair.
A public meeting is planned to explore changes to the legislation.
Seasons can affect some more than others
Police were called Saturday to the home at 540 Cleveland Street on a noise complaint.
Jenae spent her senior year competing as a level 10 gymnast in multiple events across the country.
Kentucky’s Mark Stoops and YSU’s Bo Pelini headlined this year’s event.
Trump said he anticipated losing the business relationship and that he’s not apologizing for his statements because they “were correct.”