Police said Kimak was six months pregnant and had a heroin addiction.
Thirty one victims of attorney theft in Ohio were awarded a settlement, including two clients in Trumbull County.
A First Energy spokesperson said some customers could be without service until Friday.
The Ohio Turnpike remained open to most traffic throughout the day. Only certain types of vehicles were restricted.
Paige Morrison was found Wednesday afternoon in Niles.
The project will include new space for the Junior Fair program and an event center the community can use throughout the year.
Police said the victim was in a car when shots were fired from a house on Josephine Avenue.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown this week.
A raid in Youngstown turned up drugs, money, a loaded handgun found in a baby’s crib.
The distribution program is called Project Dawn and provides residents with information, training and the drug naloxone.
The driver of a tractor-trailer was injured but is expected to OK after the rig he was driving overturned in Hubbard.
A man is in the hospital and his house destroyed after a fire broke out early Wednesday morning.
Valley Voices in Action is hoping Republican Senator Rob Portman attends their meeting to have a discussion about the Affordable Care Act.
House Republicans’ proposed bill to replace Obamacare would limit future federal funding for Medicaid, which covers low-income people.
The outage caused low water pressure on Youngstown’s east side.
Environmental regulations and new sources of energy have killed business and put many miners out of a job.
Police said a truck brought down electric wires, causing over 4,200 homes to be without power Tuesday evening.
A frantic mother called 911 after finding her 8-month-old had stopped breathing.
Police said the woman made off with money from Home Savings & Loan after telling a clerk she had a bomb strapped to her.
The two technology programs are particularly popular and growing at the Warren campus.
Appointments for weekday afternoons can be scheduled by calling 1-866-747-1041.
Boardman School District is in the spotlight for educating students on drug prevention through its “Brain Power” program.