Police said the incident appeared to begin after one of the drivers was tailgating the other.
WKBN captured Hyler’s bizarre court outburst last October in which he told the judge, “Jesus told me to get the demons out of her.”
Purple Cat said the new additions will help its clients have something unique to offer an employer.
When Dorian Warner was arrested Thursday, police said he was found with a pair of women’s underwear in his pocket.
The arrest was part of an investigation by the Mahoning County Heroin Overdose Task Force.
Police said the 14-year-old girl admitted that she had sex with Hawkins and said it was consensual.
A year-long study set out to pinpoint the greatest need when it comes to the access of healthy food.
Singelis spoke to WKBN earlier this year about his brother’s death, saying he was going to sue the drug dealer.
CEO Krish Mohip said now is the time to talk about the changes and get everyone’s input.
Local governments from towns to school districts aren’t always able to keep track of what they’re being used for.
Police said the woman told them she didn’t care if she was charged because she didn’t have custody of her kids anyway.
The fire was so intense that a utility pole across the street caught fire.
Police say the suspect broke into a house on Philadelphia Avenue about 3:30 a.m. Thursday.
The bomb squad was called to the scene and was able to diffuse the bomb
YSU officials are hopeful last season’s National Championship run will lead to improved attendance in 2017.
On Wednesday, the Ohio Supreme Court said an officer is no longer required to be present to operate a speed camera.
President Donald Trump called south side resident Geno DiFabio to stage during his rally Tuesday for a two-minute speech.
Contractors started installing a new roof and air conditioning system for the Wick Park Pavilion.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman.
The Republican Ohio Senator sided with all of his Democratic colleagues Wednesday afternoon.
“It’s really, really just overwhelming. I thought I was alone and now I know that I’m not,” Daniel Worstell said.
The CEO of a Columbiana County business talked to the president yesterday about how government regulations have affected them.