It was a mess on the roads for Friday morning’s commute.
A witness called police just before 5 a.m. Friday after he heard gunshots.
The incident started when someone threw a water bottle at a cruiser traveling down South Avenue.
The woman hit a utility pole and was thrown from the vehicle.
Crews at the scene said a tractor-trailer turned over, causing three other tractor-trailers to crash.
Some think President Trump’s proposed tax is a great idea, while others believe the wall and its funding plan could do more harm than good.
Jamael Tito Brown says trust needs to be restored at Youngstown City Hall, saying current Mayor John McNally “violated that.”
The cab driver told police the man demanded a ride from Austintown to Warren, along with all of his money.
“There was just something about her that just made people feel like women could do anything and everything, and she did it with such grace.”
The group had mixed feelings about President Trump’s immigration plans.
County commissioners agreed to hire an engineering firm to oversee the project in the Poland Woods area.
In this week’s crime wrap up, Warren Police charged a woman with bestiality and a man with robbing a cab driver.
The water and sewer line project is expected to cost between $7.5 and $8 million.
Two Latino immigrants living in Youngstown don’t think the wall plan will work.
Commissioners said the lost revenue forced them to ask voters for a quarter-percent sales tax hike to make up the difference.
The Mahoning County Coroner’s Office said they all died instantly from blunt force injuries.
Crews have spent months replacing portions of the terracotta facade and renovating the roof.
A group discussion Thursday at the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office is taking aim at stalking.
Operation Santa started in 2013 and has raised over $100,000 for local charities.
Winners of the second annual AMPED technology startup competition were announced Thursday.
Police said heroin, crack cocaine, drug paraphernalia, guns and cash were found inside an apartment on Adams Avenue.
Mercer County’s prison was among five prisons being considered for closure.