Stories published May 13, 2018
Justin Leo was killed in the line of duty last October.
A new fissure emitting steam and lava spatter spurred Hawaii officials to call for more evacuations on Sunday
“I thought this was a good way to preserve the important things,” 16-year-old Carson Rouse said
Toledo police earlier this month found Bambi, who is around 12, wandering in a city neighborhood.
The health commissioner points to the lack of handicapped-accessible spaces close to the agency's new headquarters downtown
A California jury has awarded nearly $8 million dollars to the former manager of a Chipotle Mexican Grill for wrongful termination.
The world's largest active geyser has erupted again in Yellowstone National Park.
Game 2 is Tuesday night.
Game 2 is Tuesday
The 113-year-old Cleveland Heights woman attributes her longevity to eating a yam daily
This year's event featured a new addition: a waffle bar
The opening is expected to trigger new Palestinian protests
He posted a tribute video to his Twitter account
Investigators are seeking clues to Saturday's stabbing spree
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra can be found on every list of the top 20 orchestras – maybe even the top 10 – in the United States
Ford could restart production of F-Series pickups as soon as May 18 at two factories that stopped making trucks due to a fire at a parts supplier plant.
"Avengers: Infinity War" is still ruling the box office in its third weekend in theaters, easily beating out the mom-themed fare.
Opinion: Shower all mothers with love this holiday
The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber and The Vindicator/Vindy.com presents the 26th annual Athena Award Dinner
Opinion: You don't enter a home butt first
Nicholas Cardelli’s second goal of the game helped the Youngstown Phantoms steal home-ice advantage away from the Fargo Force.
Jake McDivitt made the most of his opportunity at Saturday’s Division II sectional tennis tournament at Boardman High School.
City, county and business officials express excitement for opening of downtown hotel.
As a broadcast journalist for the Television Nacional de Chile and a foreign correspondent for the U.S. Spanish-speaking station Univision, Paulina Montaldo decided to seek a less-demanding job so she could spend more time with her son.
Jackson-Milton first baseman James Harris fielded a ground ball and tagged the bag. And the streak was over.
Youngstown State’s Jaynee Corbett picked up a school record and Tyler Donati and Brendan Lucas picked up wins on Friday and Saturday and the Bringham Young University Last Chance Meet.
Stephanie McKnight, the second-oldest in a family of 12 children, recalls when she was a teenager and cared for the younger siblings while her mother, Dorothy Byers, was working.
The Youngstown State baseball team recorded 15 hits in Saturday’s 14-7 victory over Northern Kentucky.
After an uproar over a new open-enrollment policy, Liberty schools Superintendent Joseph Nohra said the board of education is going to rewrite the resolution to clarify its position and plans to put it up for a vote in June.
Abdel Yusef hadn’t decided whether to take his mother, Amal Yusef, to Cleveland or Pittsburgh to celebrate Mother’s Day today, but whichever destination he chose, he will have spent considerably less money to get there.
If you want to know where Jared Ausnehmer gets his inspiration as an athlete, just take a look at his shoes.
All Menards home-improvement stores will host a three-day Local Contractor Event to educate guests on how local contractors can assist with home-improvement ideas and projects.
A 33-year-old Prospect, Pa., man was killed early Saturday when the vehicle in which he was a passenger ran off Prospect Road (state Route 528) near English Oak Drive in Franklin Township and struck a tree, reported troopers from the Pennsylvania State Police Butler station.
City is now awaiting the arrival of its first hotel since the 1970s with the opening of the DoubleTree by Hilton
Editorial: Residents of the Mahoning Valley who have bemoaned the epidemic of public corruption should send
Opinion: WASHINGTON The path to today’s problems with Iran passed through the University of Chicago squash
Torch Awards for 2018 announced YOUNGSTOWN The Better Business Bureau serving the Mahoning
Opinion: By Danny Tyree Cagle Cartoons Editor’s note: This column was originally published in May of
Opinion: Here’s what Anthony M. Cafaro Sr.’s apologists want you to believe: Ralph Infante woke up one
The man once considered among Hollywood’s most powerful figures is ready to tell his story.
Paris stabbing: Assailant and 1 other killed, 4 injured PARIS A knife-wielding assailant killed
Meghan Markle’s road to royalty ran through Hollywood.
Today is Sunday, May 13, the 133rd day of 2018. There are 232 days left in the year. This is
Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea North Korea said Saturday that it will dismantle its
Neal Haas to JCE Networks LLC, Mount Vernon Ave., Youngstown, $10,000. Kirk D. Brown to Jeffrey R.
Significance of Route 66 examined at Arizona museum KINGMAN, Ariz. Tens of thousands of people
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “The 17th Suspect” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro (Little, Brown) 2.
Home to one of the busiest seaports in the world, Oakland, Calif., is a major urban center.
Scholarship golf outing planned
Youth ministry visits Akron Children’s Hospital
Circle of Friends Foundation awards grant
DeBartolo Foundation will host celebrity dinner, auction