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Trumbull County OSP is currently investigating a fatal motorcycle crash in Greene Township Wednesday evening.


Israel has ramped up airstrikes across the Gaza Strip, reducing residential buildings to rubble and crushing families.


Since the initial closure of West Federal street this spring, customers have had to take some detours when getting around downtown. 


Gardner died from her wounds on December 22, 1995, and Rozier turned himself in on January 11, 1996. He was convicted on charges of murder, tampering with evidence and felonious assault with a firearm specification.


The United Auto Workers union appears to be edging closer to a tentative contract agreement with Ford that would be critical to ending the union’s 6-week-old strikes against the three major Detroit automakers, two people with knowledge of the talks said Wednesday.


They can be easily swept up, but if you want to be proactive, try to seal any cracks in your home where they could come in from.


Ohio State Highway Patrol dispatchers said officers had stopped the car around 8:30 p.m.

WATCHDOG REPORT: Can private organizations utilize ARP funds?


How will we know that these private organizations are using the money properly? How will we know it's not being pocketed or misused?

Did you see a massive plane flying low above the Valley? You're not alone


USAF 2nd Lt. Marjorie Schurr issued a statement on behalf of the 911th Airlift Wing, assuring Youngstown residents that there is nothing to be concerned about.

Trumbull County Commissioners working on finding new transportation after most WRTA routes end


Bus routes were available for almost three years after the Ohio Department of Transportation granted WRTA funding for the routes in 2020, however, that funding expired in September.

September-like warmth for now, but big changes are ahead


Record-challenging warmth on Friday will be replaced by very chilly weather next week.