Police in New Castle are asking for the public’s help in locating a suspect accused in a string of crimes.
The morning commute for drivers in Mahoning and Trumbull counties is a lot easier Friday following three accidents that created traffic tie-…
Approximately 1,500 Ohioans take their own lives every year, according to Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services.
Three semis rolled over on the interstate in a 24-hour period.
While other ITT Tech students have the option of having their student loans forgiven, veterans have no way to restore their benefits.
The short-term funding bill to keep the government operating through December 9 prevents a potential federal shutdown.
Officers said 27-year-old William Rios hit a man in the face with a beer bottle in July.
Police said they received a 911 call in August from a young boy who said his mother was getting beat up.
The knife’s handle broke off, and the blade got stuck in the victim’s arm.
There is no new owner of the land yet, but a bidding process for the location will begin soon.
Officers found a loaded BB gun, Halloween mask and gloves inside, according to a police report.
A boil advisory that was issued Thursday for parts of Champion following a water main break has now been lifted.
U.S. Marshals are looking for a man, charged with burglarizing New Lease on Life Rescue.
Police said Ashley Young was sentenced to time at the CCA on Market Street, but her whereabouts are unknown.
The victim told police he was walking near Homewood Avenue when a woman stabbed him in the back and ran away.
The Columbiana County Drug Task Force said a search was conducted as a result of a tip, leading to an investigation.
Clinton spoke at the Western Reserve Building Trades hall and then stopped at downtown Youngstown businesses.
The students were moved to Baker Elementary after a septic backup at Currie Elementary in Fowler.
A man and woman were arrested after a caller reported they were snorting drugs in the parking lot of Giant Eagle.
Highway Patrol said all lanes of Interstate 80 have reopened, as of 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
Two people were killed Thursday morning after they were struck by a train.
Officers said the driver was passing through intersections without stopping, nearly hitting pedestrians and other vehicles.