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Heavy rain and quarter-sized hail fell in Southern California as the National Weather Service predicted lightning and wind gusts approaching 60 mph in the mountain area Sunday.

4 men charged in Moscow attack, showing signs of beatings at hearing as court says 2 accept guilt

Russia observed a national day of mourning on Sunday, following Friday night’s attack on a suburban Moscow concert hall that killed over 130 people.

Trump is due in court for a hearing in his hush money case after new evidence delayed his trial

Donald Trump’s hush money case in New York is set for a crucial hearing this week.

Pennsylvania Republicans to announce voter id expansion plans Monday

Details on what exactly that means are scarce at this time. However, a spokesperson for the event said it will be a continuation of the work done last year in voter ID expansion plans.

Mahoning prosecutor cites murder, rape, drug convictions among top 2023 cases

Of the 1,056 criminal cases handled in 2023, Mahoning County Prosecutor Gina DeGenova singles out three as among the most notable convictions in her department’s Annual Report.

Lawrence County man falls for $19,000 online tech support scam

Pennsylvania State Police are warning people of scams that involve messages that pop up on their computer screen claiming that their device is infected with malware, a virus, or illegal activity.

Powerball jackpot up to $800 million

The Powerball jackpot is now estimated at $800 million for the next drawing on Monday night, making it the sixth-largest prize in the history of the game.

Youngstown's Prima Cucina Italiana to open new location in Austintown

The new restaurant will be moving into the vacant space where The Upstairs Catering was in Austintown.

Air Force shares photos of big bird at Youngstown Air Reserve Station

Measuring 174 feet long with a wingspan of nearly 170 feet, the Globemaster can operate into and out of short runways and austere airfields carrying large payloads. 

Ukrainian Egg Art Festival in Sharon

At the Hope Center for Arts and Technology, HopeCAT in Sharon, Ukrainian history passed from one generation to another lives on.

Fill up your gas tank and prepare to wait. Some tips to prepare for April's total solar eclipse


Small towns and rural enclaves along the path of April’s total solar eclipse are steeling for huge crowds of sun chasers who plan to catch a glimpse of day turning into dusk in North America.

March goes out like a lamb: 60-degree day ahead

Tuesday's windswept showers will bloom a dry and seasonable spring break.