Freshman Braun Hartfield scored 19 points, but the Penguins lost 87-71 Monday.
General Motors said this has nothing to do with President-elect Donald Trump’s criticism of cars made in Mexico.
Thirty YSU students will be marching for women’s rights in Washington, D.C. while two Sharon women have their own march planned.
Veterans Affairs officials announced $2 billion is now available for disability payments, but it doesn’t include Dave Metzler.
Authorities say his family reported him missing on Saturday after not seeing him since Christmas.
“Those flames were big. It was bad,” one witness said.
Police said Painter had been selling prescription opiate pain medication.
Donald Trump becomes the 45th president of the U.S. in just four days.
The idea is everyone must work together for strong families, schools, and governments while also achieving social justice.
Jay Barbour was modeling in the bridal show when he pulled out a rose on stage.
Stores that are normally scheduled to be open on Mondays will be open on the holidays.
A state law that becomes official on Tuesday will let distributors sell any quantity of bottles of beer.
Volunteers around the Mahoning Valley marked Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a variety of community service projects.
The body was discovered by a passerby on a trail off of Kendis Circle.
The accident occurred on Jan. 6 in the area of W. Market Street, just east of Arby’s.
The woman told police that McCormick showed her a gun he was carrying when she confronted him.
Rolling Stone magazine called the show ‘The greatest tribute ever.’
From cleanups to round-table discussions, the Valley is remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy.
The crash happened around 6:30 p.m. at the corner of Glenwood and Midlothian.
Speakers took the podium at Howland High — from judges to first-responders — with everyone sharing honestly.
Two marches took place Sunday — one on the north side of the city, one on the south side. Volunteers handed out free food.
Sunday’s talk at St. E’s focused on how repealing the Affordable Care Act would affect medical professionals and patients.
The woman living there and her three children all made it out safely.
The Youngstown Phantoms took a seat to play against the Youngstown Boom — a team made up of players who have physical disabilities.
Members of Boardman High School’s swim team went to Beautiful Creations Hair and Nail Salon to get a make-over.
The crash happened on the corner of Midlothian and Sunset boulevards.
The non-profit organization A Way With Words Foundation awarded nine people.
Phantom and his partner were at the Youngstown Phantoms game Saturday night.
Guests enjoyed music and food at the grand reopening party.
It’s a building that has sat abandoned for years and caught fire two months ago.