Heavy smoke was seen coming from the structure.
Friday morning at 8 a.m. Youngstown was at a freezing -14°F.
Police said too much speed, and drivers following too closely, were the biggest factors in the accidents.
The raises are part of Wal-Mart’s $1 billion investment aimed at giving workers more opportunities.
Customers in the area of Southern Boulevard were impacted by the outage.
The bitter cold that has gripped the Eastern U.S. is showing no sign of letting up soon, but Ohio is expected to get a few degrees of relief…
Technicians from Crump’s Towing have been working 12-hour days to get cars up and running.
The city of Warren and Trumbull County are continuing to explore the possibility of merging their 911 systems.
Students in both Austintown and Springfield Local Schools were supposed to take PARCC tests on Thursday.
The phones at Animal Charity were ringing of the hook on Thursday with calls about pets being left in the cold.
The bouncing baby boy was born Monday evening weighing 6 pounds, 8 ounces.
The last time she had running water in her home was five days ago.
Feb. 19 marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the invasion on Iwo Jima.
Earl A. Price, 42, was indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County grand jury on a charge of aggravated murder.
The calls have been going to customers of Talmer Bank as well as non-customers.
The man pleaded no contest.
The reduction started Thursday morning.
Classes have been canceled Friday morning because of the cold.
The City of Niles Planning Commission is taking their next step on the road to financial recovery.
The ruling affirmed a 2014 grand jury decision that Krafcik did what was necessary to protect his life.