A resident said lately, the crime and trash dumping at the far corner of Pershing Avenue have gotten out of hand.
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As the times change, so does the prominent breed at the Mahoning County Dog Warden.
On Thursday, things you’d normally find inside a home were found outside of an East Liverpool residence.
It’s not often that a sitting president comes to Youngstown and the concept of traveling for a rally is still relatively new.
Tony Tulipano said the job changed a lot in the city, mostly because crime has gone down.
Hundreds of people came out for the second annual Walk Against Heroin in Warren.
A doctor wrote in Slate magazine that it was impossible for Officer Chris Green to overdose just by brushing fentanyl off his shirt.
A drug overdose call to a Niles home Sunday lead police to finding a child living in horrible conditions.
The woman’s car hit two vehicles and rolled over, according to another driver involved in the crash.
Animal activists and some council members say the current law is too hard to monitor and dogs are out in the heat for too long.
Fans decked in patriotic colors filled the stands for a Mahoning Valley Scrappers game on Tuesday.
The pound says it’s already at a “dangerous” level with almost no open kennel room, which doesn’t happen very often.
Over the past two years, the total number of fires in the city is estimated to be near 30.
Timber Run Drive residents say they are breathing a sigh of relief now that a 26-year-old man is off the streets.
Pennsylvania State Police estimate there have been between 20 to 30 fires in the city of Sharon.
“There’s not a lot for them to do after 11:00 except for get in trouble,” Capt. Kevin Mercer said.
The police department’s new See Something, Say Something campaign is pretty self-explanatory — if you see crime in your neighborhood, repor…
WKBN talked to police about what you can do to protect your home while you’re on vacation.
Project M.O.R.E. is expanding to this fall, and the Youngstown City School district needs some help.
Investigators believe she may have robbed seven to 10 other banks in Northeast Ohio, based on what was found in her car.
Last year, Tim Walton died in a car crash just days before he was supposed to graduate from Crestview High School.
The home of Elder Bessie Jackson, a retired police officer, has been robbed three times in one week.