The alert is for Isabyl Rebekah Royer. She is 5-foot-6 and 150-pounds with blonde hair and hazel eyes.
The crash happened around 4:30 p.m. at Broadway Avenue and Hubbard Road.
Just after noon Sunday, parts of downtown Youngstown lost power for nearly an hour.
Hundreds of people came out for the second annual Walk Against Heroin in Warren.
Ohio is revamping its motorcycle classes to try and prevent specific types of accidents.
WKBN received reports of a car that crashed into a house just outside Ellwood City Sunday morning.
The area is just north of Mercer County, between Tait and Magner roads.
JAC Management said “Mr. Worldwide” sold out the Covelli Centre in downtown Youngstown.
The non-profit organization was featured at the River Rock at the Amp concert Saturday night in Warren.
The Northern Lights may be visible to some Valley residents who don’t have to deal with showers and cloudy conditions.
Ohio state law says it’s illegal to drive and have your hazard lights on at the same time.
More than 100 butterflies landed as part of the South Side Community Garden’s annual festival Saturday.
Saturday’s Trevor Walker Memorial Scholarship Alumni Game honored the teen who died in a car accident in November.
It was cleared Saturday, as someone went to the bridge and cut down all the branches.
Stephanie Leigh Bridal is offering deals on dresses after Alfred Angelo Bridal shut down this week.
Ground will break on the new project in 2019 and the building is expected to be completed in 2020.
To celebrate blueberry season, White House Fruit Farm in Canfield is having a festival from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman.
The man was walking his bike along the edge of Ravenna-Warren Road near State Route 5 when he was struck.
Police investigated the following incidents from July 5-11.
Alex Angelo, 16, has opened for stars like Justin Bieber, Shawn Mendes, and Fifth Harmony.
It’s part of Mayor Tom Scarnecchia’s plan to get the city out of fiscal emergency – something council is under deadline to get passed.