For the American Cancer Society, Don Guthrie was more than a weatherman.
The trial is expected to last through the end of the week.
The incident did not hurt anyone and forced the pool to start draining.
Niles police said the driver, Robert Sisco, 56, of Warren, suffered a medical condition before the crash.
Mancini’s career spanned nearly five and a half years.
Police want the public’s help in identifying a suspect.
The Warren Fire Department is asking motorists to stay off the roads because many streets are flooded from heavy rain.
ODOT expects the project to be finished in October.
Detours are posted for drivers, who can expect delays in the area.
Sebastian Rucci was facing charges of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity and promoting prostitution, among others.
A blaze broke out in Springfield Township Sunday evening.
A fire broke out at a Homeworth, Ohio nursing home but luckily only smoke inhalation was reported.
The wet weather hit the valley Sunday evening and with it came the resulting flooding.
After coming from a home where she was neglected, Doc is finally heading to a forever home.
A fundraiser was held to raise money for 15 animal shelters.
All of the proceeds from theRunn event benefits Big Brothers Sisters in Mahoning and Trumbull Counties.
Boardman Police had to close down a section of Market Street on Saturday night.
An accident left some Hubbard homes without power Sunday afternoon.
Building collapse shut down part of Market Street Saturday night.
Relay for Life did not do the traditional 24-hour relay.