Pennsylvania’s former health secretary says the state has failed to seriously study the potential health impacts of one of the nation’s bigg…
A local man we introduced you to in January who was waging a battle against pancreatic cancer has died.
Two teens were arrested after ramming a police cruiser and then trying to get away.
A Beloit girl is fighting for her life and has been for almost two years. But on Saturday, she took a break from thinking about cancer as he…
Soldiers in need in Hubbard will have a little more help after a fundraiser netted $12,000 to help disabled veterans.
People in Struthers are rallying around a local business owner after a devastating Memorial Day fire.
The Red Cross in Sharon educates residents on a free smoke alarm program.
Veterans who served in Iraq during the war only have a few months left to claim Ohio bonuses of up to $1,500, and state officials are expand…
Swimmers beat the heat and compete at the same time.
Police in western Pennsylvania believe a man killed his stepfather before fatally shooting himself in front of his mother.
At least one Miami Heat fan is really upset with LeBron James.
The county medical examiner in Cleveland says a 15-year-old boy believed to have been fatally shot at an apartment suffered a gunshot wound …
With more serious storms potentially headed for the Valley this weekend, storm survivors weigh in and give advice on how to be prepared.
A Campbell man with a history of probation violations could be heading back to prison after a traffic stop yielded an illegal weapon.
Every morning, employees and customers at Bob Evans in Boardman recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
The return of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers is good news not only for fans, but also for businesses.
A Salem man was seriously injured in the Wednesday morning crash.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Amphitheater at Lake Milton.
The mayor of Warren is fighting to make sure his city gets a piece of a settlement over the housing market crash.
When Sharon firefighters are not battling blazes, they are out inspecting houses for property code violations.