The U.S. Department of Interior said Monday it will restore mineral payments to 35 states that had been cut as a result of the automatic federal spending restrictions that took effect in March. A breakdown of the amount due, estimated at $110.86 million:
Source: U.S. Department of Interior’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue
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Officials at a Colorado school where a 6-year-old boy was suspended for kissing a girl have dropped the term "sexual harassment" from the boy's record.
A woman was killed in a one-vehicle crash Thursday morning in Columbiana County.
Thirteen new United States citizens were naturalized Thursday during a ceremony at the Mahoning County Courthouse.
An Austintown woman originally indicted on prostitution charges was sentenced to probation on a lesser charge of pandering obscenities.
A fire in Steubenville has destroyed the historical Creegan Company Building. The situation is also affecting residents at a nearby apartment complex.
Highs in the upper teens with wind chills around zero.
Police in Niles are looking for a man that went on a shopping spree with a stolen credit card.
The Pittsburgh Pirates made an off-season stop in the valley. The Care-A-Van met with fans and students to talk about bullying.
A business fire shut down a section of Route 422 in Pennsylvania Wednesday evening.
A Youngstown women's spiritual group held its annual Christmas celebration Wednesday.
Could the Affordable Care Act place a financial hardship on the men and women now risking their lives to keep us safe from fire?
Local clergy support Time magazine's choice in naming Pope Francis as its Person of the Year.
A group of Hubbard High School students spent the day Wednesday doing art projects with kids with developmental disabilities.
Local non-profits are teaming up with the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport this week.
The ringing of the Salvation Army bell for the Red Kettle Campaign is a familiar sound November through December, but this year donors are slow to answer the call.
Two people were injured after a vehicle went off the road on Route 11 in Trumbull County.