The pedestrian was cited for being in the road illegally.
Neighbors said the victim was shot and collapsed in the middle of the street.
Police said the man told them, “If I see you out on the streets, it’s on.”
In October, John Dellick pleaded guilty to being a “felon in possession of a firearm.”
If you want to get rid of a mattress in Youngstown there are some new guidelines to follow.
Christopher Bridges’ older sister has a message for whoever is responsible for her brother’s death.
The Board of Health says there’s just not enough money to correct lead problems at the 22 high-risk zip codes in Mahoning County.
A big check and a commitment to help were celebrated Thursday in Youngstown.
Prosecutors said the doctor, who lives in Canfield, has an office on Market Street in the uptown section of Youngstown.
The 211 program started in 2013. Last year, more than 3,400 used the help hotline.
He sold the War Vet Museum’s artifacts, valued at over $3,400, for a little less than $400 on Craigslist, according to police.
The problem is getting bigger in Ohio, leading some to wonder if the state should be providing more help and money.
When landowners don’t pay their property tax, tracking down those missing dollars can be a big chore for the county.
Investigators said the woman believed she was using heroin, but it was actually fentanyl, a powerful opiate.
This week, Warren Police were called to Burger King after a woman complaining about food tried to fight an employee.
Police were called to the Austintown store after two people called police to report seeing a child alone in a car.
Administrators say although the students are young, it’s important to start talking about the subject early.
An indictment says Michael Betts had a firearm and intended to sell heroin and crack cocaine.
Salem Regional Medical Center is following other local hospitals and restricting visitation from people who are sick.
This is the latest in several drug raids in the city that have shut down big drug operations.
Investigators tracked the suspect down to a house on Neilson Avenue.
Crumbling buildings, declining enrollment, and decreases in state funding have parents and teachers working together to come up with solutio…