An Austintown woman hopes to help some of Ohio’s veterans who are having difficulties adjusting to civilian life.
Eric told supporters that the country’s military is not advanced enough with the latest equipment and technology.
Three brand new businesses are moving in to Courthouse Square.
Mahoning County Career and Technical Center is among local schools embracing the career-readiness approach to education.
Returning this year as emcee was WYTV’s Jim Loboy.
Officers said the suspect attacked the employee and took off with the restaurant’s money bag containing nearly $1,000.
Organizers say the event will focus on helping both victims of crime and those who break the law.
Two men are facing forgery charges after fake tickets were found in their vehicle during a traffic stop in Ohio.
Police said additional charges may be pending after the suspect was found with drugs at the Trumbull County Jail.
While both candidates have years of experience, this is their first time campaigning.
Indians fans go into Game 7 with high expectations and frayed nerves.
SkyLane Bowling is starting up its Queen of Hearts drawing again after a $3.4 million jackpot win over the summer.
Union President Richard Trumka, joined by Sen. Sherrod Brown, said the labor vote is more important than ever before.
So far, about half of Mahoning County’s 70 precincts have their scanners in place.
The Ohio Development Services Agency is awarding Trumbull County $270,000.
Data shows a trend of internet searches asking how to change an early vote once it’s already been cast.
There are skills people can learn to protect themselves against an attacker.
The victim said two men fired more than ten rounds at her after an attempted robbery.
The dog is described as a Pitbull Terrier Boxer mix with an “apricot” colored coat.
Prosecutors say Carlisa Davis knew her children were in danger and did nothing, but the defense claims she was trying to make a better life …
Between the construction, high speeds and winter weather on the way, the roads could be come a dangerous mix.
The attorney representing James Lapolla, Jr. filed a written plea, excusing him from appearing in court on Tuesday.
A total of 588 vehicles passed through the checkpoint and 21 were investigated further.
Police said no one was charged, because the people involved wouldn’t give information to officers.
Only four states earned an “A” on the March of Dimes Premature Birth Report Card.
An employee told police that the robber ran off when another employee came in and pressed the panic alarm.
Investigators said the suspect pushed a trooper after threatening to shooting himself during a domestic dispute.
A teacher coming into work early at an elementary school in Youngstown was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday morning.
The Ironworkers union says local workers should have the contract, but the township says their contract was $80,000 above estimate.
Young will be encouraged early voting as part of an event for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.