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.
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.
Update // 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.
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 major financial boost was announced Thursday for the proposed Racino in Austintown.
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.
A woman was taken to the hospital Thursday after crashing her car head-on into a utility pole in Boardman
The faith-based organization ACTION wants to help ex-felons transition back into society after they are released from prison.
Motors were running at GM Lordstown Thursday, but the sound wasn’t from cars off the assembly line.
Jerred Watson, 28, has been at the Trumbull County Jail on a $1 million bond since his arrest on Monday. He is accused in the weekend beating death of his ex-girlfriend’s father.
The Mahoning County Bar Association honored attorneys that have passed away in the last year at a ceremony Thursday morning.
Lawrence County is going to the dogs this weekend.
The man who oversees the Ohio State Highway Patrol came to Lisbon Thursday as a guest speaker at the annual Fallen Peace Officer’s Memorial.
A man accused of plotting to derail a train in Canada with support from al-Qaida asked Thursday to be represented by a defense attorney willing to use the “holy book” as a reference in his case.
An official Israeli committee on Thursday handed the government its proposal for ending a contentious system that grants Jewish ultra-Orthodox seminary students automatic exemptions from military service, setting the stage for what could become the first major conflict in the new Israeli coalition government.
President Barack Obama was interrupted three times by a woman who shouted about drones and detainees in Cuba as he delivered a speech on national security.
A new study has determined for the first time just how quickly frogs and other amphibians are disappearing around the United States, and the news is not good.
A young black man who claims he was wrongly beaten by three Pittsburgh police officers in January 2010 will have a new trial on two of his three civil rights claims starting Nov. 4.