Police in Warren are investigating a shooting on the city’s northwest side.
A fire south of New Castle sends several fire departments into action Friday morning.
Youngstown sex offender Christopher Cavna, 26, was charged Wednesday by federal agents for sending pictures of himself engaged in sex acts with his 6-year-old daughter to an undercover FBI agent.
A former Boardman Center Middle School teacher was indicted Thursday on charges that say he used a concoction similar to grain alcohol to impair three women he eventually date-raped.
The Athena Award recognizes women who have excelled in their careers, as well as in their communities, and who have helped other professional women reach their goals. This year’s winner was Eastern Gateway Community College President Dr. Laura Meeks.
Rickey Smith was awaiting his extradition hearing in Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge Ronald Rice’s courtroom when he caused several outbursts in court and had to be pepper-sprayed.
A Youngstown man is facing the death penalty for fatally shooting a woman holding a 5-month-old baby and trying to kill another man nearby.
An innovative device made by a 3-D printer helped a Youngstown boy overcome a potentially fatal condition.
A Youngstown man is facing federal charges for threatening to kill President Obama and the First Lady.
Day two of testimony before the Oil and Gas Commission continued Thursday in Columbus in the fight for reinstatement of injection well permits for D&L Engery.
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CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio (AP) — Authorities in northeast Ohio say a 70-year-old man has been sentenced to eight years in prison after being convicted of his 12th drunken-driving charge.
A judge in Summit County sentenced Edward South of… More »
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio officials are warning that federal budget cuts are going to put a dent in public health programs.
The Ohio Department of Health said Thursday that cuts totaling nearly $8.5 million so far will… More »
SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania regulators have given the green light to PPL Electric Utilities to begin charging customers a new fee to fund system improvements.
The Times-Tribune of Scranton reports (http://bit.ly/10oVkFb ) the state Public Utility Commission… More »
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A bail hearing is scheduled for a Philadelphia couple who believe in faith healing over medicine and are charged with third-degree murder in the April death of their 8-month-old son.
Herbert and Catherine Schaible (SHY’-bul)… More »
CLEVELAND (AP) — Ohio House members want to make sure the Ohio Lottery doesn’t start selling tickets on the Internet.
A provision in the state budget proposed by the Ohio House would prohibit the lottery from following the… More »
NEW YORK (AP) — Kid Rock is a scalper.
The 42-year-old Grammy winner, who is launching a summer tour where most tickets are priced at $20, said he’s scalping about 1,000 tickets from each show to make up
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Craft breweries from around the country are teaming up to raise money for military families by selling a beer aged on baseball bats.
The Hops for Heroes project began in 2011 as a collaboration
COATESVILLE, Pa. (AP) — An apparent explosion at a steel plant in eastern Pennsylvania has left three people injured.
It happened around 10 p.m. Thursday at the Arcelor-Mittal plant in Coatesville, about 40 miles west of Philadelphia. Investigators… More »
CAP D’ANTIBES, France (AP) — With an apt rendition of “Gold-finger,” singing legend Shirley Bassey roused celebrity-revelers to dig deep into their pockets at the 20th amfAR gala in the Cap D’Antibes Thursday, helping to raise an estimated