Youngstown Newspaper Publishes Its Last Edition After 150 YearsThe Vindicator in Youngstown has published its final edition, ending an era that began with the paper's founding 150 years ago.
Feds File Charges Against Ohio Man Accused Of Threatening Jewish CenterFederal authorities are announcing charges against a 20-year-old Ohio man accused of threatening a Jewish community center in a video that police say shows him shooting a rifle.
Ohio Man Faces New Charges After Threatening Law EnforcementA grand jury has indicted an 18-year-old Ohio man on charges of making an online threat against federal law enforcement agents.
Ohio Man Accused Of Posting Video Threatening Jewish Community Center Pleads Not GuiltyA 20-year-old Ohio man accused of threatening a Jewish community center in a video that police say shows him shooting a rifle has pleaded not guilty.
Authorities: 42 Cats Removed From Youngstown House, 2 EuthanizedAuthorities say they removed 42 cats from an Ohio house, with many of the animals in poor shape.
Union Leader At Idled Lordstown General Motors Plant To TransferA northeast Ohio union leader once called out on Twitter by President Donald Trump says he is transferring to another General Motors location.
Suspect In 8-Year-Old Boy’s Stabbing Waives Extradition Hearing, Headed Back To Pa.The man charged in the stabbing death of an 8-year-old boy in New Castle earlier this week was in an Ohio courtroom Thursday morning for his extradition hearing.
Phantom Fireworks Continues Operations Despite ThreatDespite receiving a bomb threat, Phantom Fireworks has continued operating its business as usual.
Youngstown Newspaper To Stop Publication After 150 YearsThe only daily newspaper in Ohio's ninth largest city has announced plans to permanently cease publication in August after 150 years.
Ohio Man Sentenced For Killing, Dismembering Ex-Girlfriend And Hiding Remains In FreezerA man from Ohio has been sentenced to 48 years to life in prison following the killing of his ex-girlfriend.
Judge Denies GM Motion To Dismiss Lawsuit Filed By UnionA federal judge in Ohio has denied General Motors' request to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the United Auto Workers claiming the company violated the union's contract by not sending workers to a plant in Indiana.