Salem police say Christopher Hyler’s name appears over 50 times in reports over the last 10 years.
Investigators say Zordich’s whereabouts are unknown.
A new city ordinance requires such homes be cleaned by companies certified in handling drug labs and then be retested.
Police say Williams is considered armed and dangerous.
The focus is to funnel visitors to the sections of the website that are important to them in the least amount of clicks possible.
The biggest day of racing for the entire season will be Saturday.
Police said the woman admitted to being involved in prostitution to support her heroin habits.
Woodside Lake in Austintown Township is up for sale, and neighbors are worried about what that could mean.
Yemma denied writing the emails, saying they could have easily been doctored.
Police said the 19 year old drove to the hospital after he was shot in the leg Thursday night.
Howard Ramey was found in the fruit cellar of his basement in August.
Leaves on the road can be as dangerous as ice.
In Mahoning County, rabies vaccines are required for all dogs, cats and ferrets over three months old.
Trump addressed the manufacturing exodus in Youngstown, Akron and Cleveland.
New vote trading website are popping up on the internet, allowing people to swap votes.
A man was shot in the stomach in Youngstown after answering a knock at his door early Friday morning.
The Oak Hill Collaborative is hoping to give residents who don’t have a computer degree the chance to use a 3D printer and other tools.
The goal of the three-hour presentation is to give up-to-date information on drug trends, terminology and paraphernalia.
CEO Krish Mohip says that while there haven’t been any threats or sightings near the school, the district wants to be proactive.
Superintendent Vince Colaluca took a seat at the table, looking into the large crowd of people, many of whom wanted him fired.
In its prime, the brick building housed four radio stations but now the lone station left, WPIC, will move to a new place.
Members of locals 1112 and 1714 were on hand to oppose Republican Donald Trump as he campaigned in Ohio Thursday.