Actor Charlie Sheen, who played Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn in “Major League,” will be at the climactic Game 7.
Five applicants are being considered for the position.
The Cubs won their first championship since 1908.
Officials blame about 3,500 deaths in Pennsylvania last year on addiction.
Police say she sent the boy’s father texts including “Ya kids ain’t safe here I don’t want them here” and “I’m killing them.”
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says it’s uncertain what risk the species might pose to the Great Lakes.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Palestine.
Eric told supporters that the country’s military is not advanced enough with the latest equipment and technology.
Three brand new businesses are moving in to Courthouse Square.
Mahoning County Career and Technical Center is among local schools embracing the career-readiness approach to education.
More than 20 local community members participated as models to show off the latest fashions.
Officers said the suspect attacked the employee and took off with the restaurant’s money bag containing nearly $1,000.
Organizers say the event will focus on helping both victims of crime and those who break the law.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have traded goaltender Mike Condon to the Ottawa Senators for a 2017 fifth-round draft pick.
Two men are facing forgery charges after fake tickets were found in their vehicle during a traffic stop in Ohio.
Overnight in Iowa, two officers were ambushed and murdered while on duty.
Bill Cosby’s eyesight has deteriorated to the point where he cannot identify his accusers, his lawyers said Wednesday.
Wednesday’s hearing for 48-year-old Thomas Richard Ross, of New Waterford, Ohio, was rescheduled for Jan. 12.
Thome played for Cleveland the last time the Indians were in a World Series Game 7.
While both candidates have years of experience, this is their first time campaigning.
Police said additional charges may be pending after the suspect was found with drugs at the Trumbull County Jail.
Ruth E. Vestal, 87, died November 2