Court officials thanked WKBN Reporter Jeff Levkulich for helping solve the case.
No one was injured in the crash.
A group of Cardinal Mooney students gathered Tuesday morning outside the high school in support of ousted principal John Young.
About 40 volunteers helped board up 14 abandoned homes on Youngstown’s south side.
No one was seriously injured, but black ice can be a serious concern.
One resident of the mobile home park victimized said change, electronics and even prescription pills were stolen.
When the driver took off, the hose snapped, spraying some gasoline.
Police raided a house and say they found meth-making materials Friday.
The Sharpsville fire chief said the apartment was “gutted.”
Police arrested four people in connection with a meth lab Friday in Lisbon.
The U.S Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigated the matter.
Those backing the plan have proposed that the 2015-16 school year should begin August 17th.
The complaint stated the incident may have involved a teacher giving the juvenile harmful material.
According to Youngstown Police at the scene, the accident involved four cars.
Police in Hermitage are looking for a suspect who robbed a local store at knifepoint.
The Butler Institute of American Art has acquired a 300-pound bronze sculpture of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Federal regulators are investigating whether Ford Motor Co. should expand a 2013 safety recall of diesel trucks.
WKBN has a more detailed schedule about MLK Day events and closings.
A new law in the City of Warren is putting the responsibility on property owners to clean up graffiti on their buildings.
The public got a look at a new $9 million assisted living and memory care center in North Jackson on Sunday