Katie was live at the Tyler History Center to tell us about Cookie Table and Cocktails, and event this weekend.
The girl’s family said she has run away before but they were always able to find her. This time they could not and called authorities.
Nearly 60 employers from private and non-profit government sectors are gathering in the Chestnut Room of Kilcawley Center.
A house was shot up and a car was found with blood stains on the door.
Lisa Liguori provides free dog houses — ones that are sturdy and retain heat — to families with dogs living outside.
Can you tell whether these statements are fact or fiction?
Lt. Governor Mary Taylor formally filed the paperwork Thursday to run for Governor of Ohio.
Commissioners are upset over the plan to cut $166 million in sales tax collected by Medicaid Managed Care programs.
Local schools are handling the decision the same way they handled the last one – by responding with care.
The effort to find a new home for Youngstown’s Municipal Court has been ongoing for at least the last 14 years.
The official was reported missing in December. Blood was found in his office and vehicle.
One winning ticket was sold.
Officers executed a search warrant at the home after receiving a tip about ongoing thefts in the township and nearby communities.
Over two dozen employees are accused of claiming to have taken classes they didn’t complete to maintain their EPA certifications.
Phillip Lemon pleaded guilty to conspiracy and drug trafficking charges, as well as weapons charges.
Vallourec is hiring for several positions and announced a rebound after plant slowdowns and layoffs last year.
The company has expanded into 54 new cities as Uber works to rebuild its reputation.
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The Powerball jackpot has surpassed $400 million, one of the few times the jackpot has grown this much in the game’s history.
Several vacant homes have been set on fire in recent months, and police are asking the public for help in finding the person responsible.
According to court information, illegally possessed thousands of photographs and videos of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
Warren JFK held off Leetonia 46-45 in the Division IV Sectional Semifinals Wednesday night.
Rebels connect on ten three’s in tournament win
The first-year team cracked the Top 25 National Poll earlier this season.
The State Central Committee will vote on which of the two men will lead the divided party.
The Cardinals will face Canton Central Catholic Saturday at 1 PM.
Officers charged two Warren residents with aggravated burglary.
President Trump reversed an Obama administration policy allowing transgender students to use the bathroom of their gender identity.
Ohio drivers may be paying more to get their license plate or driver’s license under proposed changes to the state transportation budget.
A warm January brought out the lookers and especially the home buyers.