Brandy Cross faces several charges including endangering children and contributing to the unruliness of a child.
The electricity went out Monday morning, disrupting a Warren neighborhood.
Two vehicles that were stolen were found abandoned in Youngstown.
A driver told police that he was robbed by two men who requested a ride to Highland Terrace in Warren.
The airport wants to know what airline services and destinations that local businesses and travelers require.
As the colder weather settles in, safety experts are reminding people of a silent, sometimes deadly problem.
The Youngstown Foundation gets naming rights for the amphitheater for next 20 years.
Hamad was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 36 years for a shooting at his Howland home.
Police said the man was trying to commit a robbery, but the robbery victim shot him.
Highway Patrol said the 84-year-old woman was walking on Market Street when she was hit.
About 1,300 customers were without power Monday after utility poles were brought down, most likely by a vehicle.
As the rest of the holiday shopping season approaches, police are warning online shoppers to be smart, especially on Cyber Monday.
The suspect told police that she didn’t know she was pregnant, but police said they found evidence of prior knowledge.
It occurred at a home on East Judson Street around 7:30 p.m.
Police responded to reports of a woman running next to Interstate 95 when they found the bodies of a woman, 32, and man, 60.
Republican Senators proposed to cut small brewers’ tax from $7 to $3.50 on the first 60,000 barrels.
Police confirm the arrested suspect is Terrance Craig. They say he shot another man in the parking lot of an Austintown Walmart on Oct. 30.
The 18-year-old driver was climbing a hill when the ATV rolled over.
The display features many rare and vintage pieces from the Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s collection.
According to Ohio Edison, all power has been restored in Austintown.
After a couple months of searching, Animal Charity is proud to welcome Dr. Alyssa Pogozelec.
The Hermitage Historical Society puts up 34 Christmas trees every year.