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.
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.
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.
Update // Workers officially announced they were on strike Wednesday and hit the picket line Thursday in front of both the Community Action Agency headquarters in Lisbon and the CARTS bus garage.
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.
The Irish will face South Range in the Division III District Finals Friday at 5pm at South Range High School.
The Canadian government said that new U.S. country of origin labeling regulations announced Thursday that require tracking beef, chicken and hogs from livestock through the meat processing and distribution systems are unduly burdensome.
A new jury will now be seated to try again to reach a decision on Arias’ sentence unless the prosecutor takes execution off the table and agrees to a life term.
Liberal Scout leaders, while supporting the proposal to accept gay youth, have made clear they want the ban on gay adults lifted as well.
Cleveland city and public transit police and the FBI sponsored Thursday evening’s event called a “Night Out For Missing Persons.” There were two locations, one on Cleveland’s east side and the west side street where Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight escaped to freedom May 6.
The Raiders advance to Friday’s Division III District Finals.
Rain throughout the afternoon at Eastwood Field has cancelled the final two games of Thursday’s Horizon League Tournament.
Roncone is a three sport star at Columbiana, has a 3.95 GPA, and will attend Ohio State to pursue a veterinary degree.
Maintaining college affordability is getting tougher for students and their parents with tuition increases and interest rates increasing. State Sen. Sherrod Brown said Congress needs to act fast or U.S. families will suffer.
Motors were running at GM Lordstown Thursday, but the sound wasn’t from cars off the assembly line.