The state’s Department of Natural Resources plans to build a new mine safety training center in eastern Ohio.
A boy was shot while riding his bicycle in a Philadelphia suburb.
A petition drive has begun to decriminalize the use of marijuana in Toledo.
The federal lawsuit filed Friday by the Group Against Smog and Pollution says the plant has violated limits from its coke oven combustion st…
An earthquake shook the state of Alaska.
A California farmer and United Farm Workers locked in a battle.
The collision happened just after midnight Saturday in Farmingdale on Long Island.
Howland fire crews battled two separate blazes Friday.
The YSU women’s tennis team lost 4-0 to third-seeded and No. 4 Virginia on Friday afternoon in the opening round of the NCAA Tennis Champion…
Since its inception, the Men Who Cook event has raised more than $250,000 for Catholic Charities.
Relay for Life in Warren is the biggest fundraiser for the American Cancer Society in Ohio and is the 47th largest relay in the nation.
Some former football players, some who played under Jim Tressel, were at an annual golf outing when the community was abuzz with the news th…
Politicians and business leaders alike said Jim Tressel’s return to Youngstown State University will help spur the economy.
Youngstown State University and Eastern Gateway Community College have been awarded nearly $550,000 in state grants that will help improve t…
YSU students took to social media to express their thoughts on the hiring of Jim Tressel as the university’s new president Friday, and many …
The Oh Wow! Roger and Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science and Technology introduced two new exhibits on Friday.
Commissioners from Mahoning and Trumbull counties met behind closed doors Friday to discuss dissolving the Western Reserve Port Authority.
Saturday is the National Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, which is taking place across the entire country.
The Idora Neighborhood Association has some questions for a local church that has owned the land that used to be Idora Amusement Park.
Dr. Shayesteh said many fruits and vegetables found in the produce aisle of the local grocery store have many dangerous pesticides still on …