Friday was the first day of the seven-day Kwanzaa celebration.
Friday marks the first day of the Kwanzaa holiday, which honors African heritage.
Similar incidents were reported in Boardman and Liberty last month.
Youngstown native Pat Narduzzi is the next man up at Pittsburgh.
Several bullet holes were found in the front of the house.
A traffic stop turns into a foot chase for Struthers police.
Officer Rafael Ramos’ funeral is scheduled for Saturday. Vice President Joe Biden is expected to attend.
Claudette Moore has been found safe two days after she was reported missing.
An argument Christmas Day in Youngstown ended with a woman being charged with felonious assault and presents tossed out of a car.
The Indian Ocean tsunami that left more than a quarter million people dead in one of modern history’s worst natural disasters.
The devastating Dec. 26, 2004, tsunami struck a dozen countries around the Indian Ocean rim, killing about 230,000 people.
Retailers are expecting $65 billion in post-Christmas returns this year, one-fourth of all holiday spending.
Four bodies were pulled Friday from the burned-out remains of a home where three children were staying with their grandmother for Christmas.
Police said three men in dark clothing were involved.
A pair of Philadelphia transit police officers rushed onto a downtown subway train on Christmas and helped make a special delivery.
Christmas trees can be used as habitats in local lakes.
The 25th annual Families Helping Families dinner in Warren featured the man of the hour himself, Santa Claus.
Britany Chakos plans to use the money to purchase tablets and improve her classroom’s reading nook.
There is just a week left in 2014, but there is still plenty of time to donate and benefit from it on your 2014 tax return.
Instead of reindeer accompanying the jolly old fellow, there were dogs.