Joshua Gurto is accused of the aggravated murder and rape of a 13-month-old girl.
Prosecutors said the 9-year-old boy died the day after Christmas from what doctors called “acute cocaine toxicity.”
A woman was shot in the arm while she was a bystander at a street fight on the city’s south side.
The unusual 2016 election threw many previously predictable political patterns into question – and not just at the presidential level.
A reward is available for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a person who set Uncle Sil’s Bar on fire.
Five people are facing charges after they took matters into their own hands to recover a stolen van.
Thomas Jacobs, Rick Hernandez and Jeffrey Rowlands are vying for a Hubbard Township Trustee seat this November.
Police say, at some point, multiple gun shots were fired, but only one woman was hit in the arm.
The leaders of two congregations — one mainly black, one mainly white — came together Sunday to work toward ending racism.
12-year-old Jada Snowden and 5-year-old Kymeria Cody were unresponsive by the time crews got to them.
A support walk was held at the YSU Watts Center Sunday morning for National Pregnancy Loss and Remembrance Day.
That, and other crime reported in Girard this week.
A local financial expert has a few tips that could help you stay on track throughout your career.
Crews plan to continue their search on Tuesday in what’s now being called a recovery effort.
Before the end of the month, the Wick Ave. project along Youngstown State University roads will finally be complete.
Around 7 p.m. Saturday evening, two cars and a van were involved in an accident on State Route 45, north of Lisbon.
The Buckeyes (6-1, 4-0 Big Ten) continued their dominant surge since their loss to Oklahoma last month.
The project is 95 percent completed — the boat ramp just needs to be extended now.
Combined, the group set a national record, as their top-10 pumpkins all weighed over 1,800 pounds.
Poland Twp. PD honored the legacies of officers Richard Becker and Charles Yates, who died in the line of duty in the 1980s.
The message — “stop judging, start loving” — may seem simple, but the women say it’s a strong one.
The two-day festival continues Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Main Street.