The Warren police officer placed on administrative leave Tuesday towed a vehicle to his property he owns without the owner’s permission while on duty, according to a letter from Warren’s police chief obtained by WKBN.
Hundreds of area young people are getting a little extra spending money in their pockets thanks to a summer internship program.
A former Austintown trustee is throwing his support behind a proposal from the mayor of Youngstown to provide water for the Penn National racino in the township.
A small airplane made an emergency landing in a cornfield in Trumbull County.
Anglers will be able to fish for free in Pennsylvania on the Fourth of July.
A convicted Salem drug dealer is facing new charges after law enforcement from several agencies raided his home and found $6,000 worth of drugs inside his apartment.
Mercer County commissioner Brian Beader apologized on Wednesday after being charged with drunk driving last weekend.
County officials are asking the state’s attorney general for his opinion to see if further criminal action should be taken against Mahoning County Auditor Micahel Sciortino.
A 46-year-old man was fatally shot just before midnight Tuesday in Columbiana County.
Niles and Warren police apprehended a Niles man after he threatened to kill someone and shot his car, prompting a high-speed chase with police.
Akron police say they found a cache of fireworks and explosive materials in a home where a blast shook the neighborhood, shattered windows and seriously injured a man.
Canfield native Laura Cassidy won $78,325 on Tuesday night’s “Wheel of Fortune.”
Club Vixen, 1248 Standard Ave. in Masury, was boarded up Tuesday after local police and state agents determined it was selling beer and liquor without a permit.
Update // At least one person was injured in a three vehicle accident in Columbiana County Tuesday afternoon.
Family and friends gathered Tuesday to pay their respects and say good-bye to Carmine Cassese.
Changes are on the way in Trumbull County after a dispute over who should pay to repair a road damaged by heavy truck traffic.
A Warren police officer was placed on paid leave Tuesday in regards to a towing incident.
Residents in Warren took to the streets Tuesday to protest proposed cuts to Social Security.
Special investigators determined on Tuesday Mahoning County Auditor Michael Sciortino should have been arrested for drunk driving in May, but sheriff’s deputies improperly intervened and gave Scriortino a ride home instead.
Officials with the Automobile Dealers Association of Eastern Ohio presented a $47,000 check on Tuesday to the Rich Center for Autism.