The latest $1 million donation is the fourth seven-figure gift for YSU in the past two months alone.
An assistant prosecutor called the crime one of the worst cases of child endangering she has ever seen.
Two men are facing drug charges after Highway Patrol troopers seized 6 kilos of heroin and a half pound of cocaine.
The family of the victim told police they caught the man assaulting the child.
Warren Police say they found at least 20 shell casings at the scene.
Allstate’s America’s Best Driver’s report is out and our neighbors to the west made the top 50.
A man was injured and refused treatment Wednesday after he rolled the Jeep he was driving.
Don’t look for Ohio Gov. John Kasich on stage at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
His talk in Cleveland will focus on new collaborations and investments fostered through the Cancer Moonshot initiative.
Among the discussion was voter registration, the Youngstown City School System and getting a new grocery store built in the city.
They came to voice their concerns about everything from jobs, to abandoned homes, to blight in the neighborhood.
The committee presented seven changes to about 15 people during a public hearing.
Members debated the meeting’s agenda, creationism in the curriculum and extending the interim superintendent’s contract.
Cleveland is hosting the main stage where Donald Trump will be officially chosen as the GOP’s presidential nominee.
The car created a sizable hole on the side of the house after officials said the driver lost control.
Crews say cleanup and repairing the damage could take two months, and they are trying to finish before school starts in the fall.
Pastor Austin Shaw from the Community Church of God in Christ says he was looking into the eyes of someone in need of direction.
Police say they will be putting an end to panhandling, public intoxication, open container and public urination downtown.
The cause of the explosion, which sent pieces flying throughout GLG Industries, is still being investigated.
The Niles Police Department is asking the public to email any tips if there is suspected drug activity, so the unit can follow up.
Police say Daniel Landsberger robbed Quinn Wilson before killing him and hiding the body in Wayne Township.
Police said Smith and her family were terrorizing their Terrace Avenue neighborhood last April.
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is now accepting credit cards, but it will cost extra.
Poisonous plants can be lurking almost anywhere.
Dispatchers suspected something was wrong when the man didn’t answer a call around 7 a.m. Monday.
The last remaining blast furnace is scheduled to be torn down at the end of July.
Damages are estimated at $750,000.
A fire tore through an apartment building in Newton Falls late Sunday night.
They will be there for two weeks, passing out meals and providing shelter for people who lost their homes.
Although they are reserves now, Chief Robert Gavalier says he hopes they will be full-time by the end of this year.