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 Youngstown man is facing federal charges for threatening to kill President Obama and the First Lady.
An innovative device made by a 3-D printer helped a Youngstown boy overcome a potentially fatal condition.
A Youngstown man was sent to prison for two decades on Thursday for selling a 17-year-old Girard girl the heroin that eventually took her life.
Warren police are investigating an incident where three men fired gunshots at a truck that had a 3-year-old boy in the backseat.
A major financial boost was announced Thursday for the proposed Racino in Austintown.
Early indications are that a burning block of wood caught sawdust on fire.
A breakdown in negotiations between approximately 40 Community Action Rural Transit System workers and the Community Action Agency has resulted in a strike.
Update // The Ohio Senate passed the measure on 27-6 vote, less than a year after blocking passage of a similar bill.
Attorneys trying to argue for the reinstatement of D & L Energy’s injection well permits will continue to present their case Thursday at a hearing before the Oil and Gas Commission in Columbus.
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Young drivers don’t get enough sleep.
A grand jury indictment accuses Matthew Ryan Buquet, 37, of mailing a death threat to U.S. District Judge Fred Van Sickle in Spokane on May 14.
Also Wednesday, authorities released the identities of the 24 people, including 10 children, who died.
Adrienne Toth sent a picture on Wednesday showing her newborn son, Kellan, holding a sign declaring “my mommy is cancer free.”
The Ohio EPA held an informational meeting Wednesday evening about an air pollution permit it plans to issue soon to Pennant Midstream for its proposed gas processing plant in Springfield Township.
The Golden Apple awards are given to teachers in the Youngstown Diocese that go above and beyond to assist in the spiritual and educational development of their students.
Some residents at a town hall meeting Wednesday felt the choice of Clement Vallandigham for the statue might send the wrong message about what Lisbon stands for.
Gina Grata, 45, and Kelly Vocaire, 41, both of Hermitage, have been charged with theft and two counts of conspiracy for allegedly stealing more than $35,000 from the Hermitage Parent Teacher Organization.
Austintown Fitch girls advance to the Division I Regional Semifinals for the first time since 2005 after a 5-2 victory over Aurora on Wednesday.