YMHA Executive Director Carmelita Douglas said the $500,000 high-definition security cameras missed Thursday night’s double homicide.
Someone was struck by a train in Salineville.
Police said a domestic fight escalated into a man getting run over by a car at Packard Park.
The food bank said it received the water from an anonymous donor.
It started in the South Range and Campbell school districts, but now there are 18 districts served by the United Way program.
Until now, radar averaged 5 to 7 minutes to completely scan the area. The update cuts that time in half.
To show its appreciation, Akron is throwing LeBron James a homecoming party at 7 p.m. at Infocision Stadium.
A charitable organization’s desire to help a father has turned into a social media firestorm.
Ray Grenwood was placed on leave in late May for what the mayor called inappropriate conduct.
Authorities were looking for guns, cash and diamonds.
After the crash, the car became wedged between a telephone pole and a concrete barrier.
Prosecutors say Alex Bugno stole the personal information of a competitor in order to shut off his cell phones and disrupt his business.
Several cars in the area complained of being splattered with paint.
The New Castle City Police Department is asking for help from the public in identifying a suspect.
Police believe the crash happened early Friday morning.
GM is telling customers to park the SUVs outdoors until they are repaired because they could catch fire when left unattended.
As schools in Ohio and Pennsylvania gear up for the season, coaches will do their part to keep players safe.
Warren Steel Holdings had shut down in March in part because of high energy costs.
Police believe the two victims were arguing and shot each other, leaving both men dead.
The Attorney General’s Office wants a three-judge panel to rule on the suspension of Mahoning County Auditor Michael Sciortino.