Airport Director Dan Dickten said a passenger on the flight became ill and was vomiting on the plane.
The girl is believed to be with her mother.
A Youngstown church celebrates 140 years with its congregation.
Due to a model switch over, the Cruze production is being shut down for two weeks.
The four hour dance-a-thon is all for Rosie Manning, a young girl diagnosed with a life-threatening liver disease
A man killed his friend Thursday night in Hubbard.
OCCHA is a non-profit group that helps Spanish-speaking residents transition into life in the United States.
Volunteers from 33 WYTV First News and our partners at Dallas Hartman law offices helped prime, paint and insulate Habitat’s latest home.
The county fire marshal’s office says the fire erupted at 6:42 a.m. in a house in the 300 block of Express Alley in McKeesport, Pa.
Health authorities have said repeatedly throughout the response that their guidance and direction can change.
None of those being monitored is sick, officials stressed.
Governor Kasich said state officials are doing everything they can to stay on top of the Ebola situation in Ohio.
The week-long celebration ended with the annual parade along Fifth Avenue.
Police at the scene said one of the vehicles didn’t stop at the sign and collided with the other.
Residents snapped photos of the graffiti that was spray painted at various locations at the school
A child’s Dora the Explorer backpack was used to conceal drugs.
The training involved 30 first responders and four fire departments.
Tourism and foot traffic is slow after a March fire destroyed much of the scenic downtown.
The high school cheerleaders presented a check to the Joanie Abdu Comprehensive Breast Care Center.
About 30 first responders from four departments participated in the training.