The woman told police that she feared for her life and had her 8-year-old daughter in the car at the time.
Highway Patrol said Williams kidnapped a man who crashed a car into a ditch to report the incident to a nearby trooper.
Police said they arrested a man for trying to rob the same Niles bank a second time.
A direct deposit glitch in the payroll system for the Youngstown School District delayed deposits Friday morning.
The state’s Department of Environmental Protection revealed its findings Friday.
The clerk told police the suspect said he had a gun and threatened to pull it on her if she didn’t turn over the cash.
Four years ago, Rod Linger bought 100 blue spruce saplings for his home in Johnston Township. Now, something is killing those trees.
The number of students out sick is a bit higher right now, so keeping everyone healthy is a priority.
One person was able to make it out safely but another person was injured.
The president was surrounded by coal miners as he signed legislation rolling back regulations.
The 33-year-old is accused of raping a teenager and a 12-year-old.
Just yards away from an elementary school, sex offenders were living in the house last month.
A woman was taken to the hospital Thursday after a crash on South Avenue.
All you used to need for metal detecting in the park was a permit but apparently, there’s a rule prohibiting the activity.
That, and other crimes reported in Warren this week.
The students in the restaurant services program were able to put their cooking skills to the test.
The former pastor of New Bethel Church in Youngstown marched with Martin Luther King in the ’60s.
Susan Dieter-Robinson tragically lost her daughters over three years ago but has channeled her grief into sharing love with others.
Crews are working to demolish the old Red and White market on Market Street.
Northside Medical Center, Trumbull Memorial, Hillside Rehabilitation and Sharon Regional are all included in the sale.
Police released video of the incident and are looking for information on the driver.
Mahoning County leaders said state and federal funding will not cover the price tag to keep roads up to par.