Prosecutor Michael McBride said the patient died after the employees gave him the wrong drug and then tried to treat his overdose.
Joseph Schialdone was pulled over in Canfield for turning left through a red light.
“He was angry and, basically, fed up,” the prosecutor said. “He told her he would see her…in the streets and he waited for her.”
The Crimes Against Children’s Unit is looking into the officer’s activities while working at Struthers High School.
Sixteen years ago, Steven Mango led police on another chase, which killed a Struthers man.
Dozens of Chaldean Catholic immigrants were arrested during ICE raids in Detroit over the weekend and are now being held in Youngstown.
YSU Police Chief Shawn Varso said the officer is still working but is limited to foot and bike patrol.
A viewer reached out to WKBN to find out what is happening with the project, and WKBN did some digging to find out.
WKBN talked to police about what you can do to protect your home while you’re on vacation.
Penk stored a butcher knife in his desk and showed it to employees, according to newly-released documents from the district.
If a driver suspects someone may be under the influence of drugs behind the wheel, they can dial #667.
A drive by Harmom Avenue and the problem is in plain sight.
Investigators still haven’t identified the man and even reached out to a local psychic for clues.
Between 30 and 50 percent of college football recruits change their mind, sometimes on signing day itself.
Summer is the prime time to wear your sunscreen, but there’s something else you should think about for skin protection.
Katie’s drug problem started when she became addicted to amphetamines following the birth of her son.
Police say the women they pick up for prostitution-related crimes are drug-addicted and desperate for a fix.
Sen. Rob Portman says human trafficking has “gone from the street corner to the iPhone.”
The quizzes take just a few seconds to complete, but their impact can last for weeks or even longer.
Youngstown State University was hit with a similar ransomware attack in 2015 that seized control of a machine and locked away files.
A business owner at the corner of Belmont and Rayen says the lights have been blinking for weeks.
Youngstown Capt. Brad Blackburn said he never closes an unsolved case.