Agencies across the Valley are working to offer services and shelter during the bitter cold snap.
Facilities had to take extra steps to ensure there were enough available beds for the additional patients.
The PARCC reading tests will not be administered until next fall.
Police said they found two spent bullet casings and a white mask at the scene.
Police believe Tedy Mendez beat his daughter and then tried to conceal the injuries from others.
The state of Ohio placed the city of Niles in fiscal emergency in October.
The tips of ears, tails and paws are the most susceptible to the cold.
When a storm hits, crews gear up, and head out for the long haul.
The news comes as Wet Seal announced the closure of hundreds of locations nationwide.
The store is tentatively scheduled to open early in the summer of 2015.
Racing is scheduled to resume at the track this Saturday.
The fire happened on Wolosyn Circle.
The crash happened sometime after 9 a.m. Wednesday.
The case was investigated by the Youngstown FBI office and the Austintown Police Department.
A teen girl who said her father beat her ran into a Warren gas station barefoot in 13 degree weather.
A “non-harmful” device was found and removed from a bathroom in the East Plant at the GM Lordstown plant.
On Tuesday, local superintendents talked about how they make the decision to close or delay school based on cold or snow.
View the latest school closings and delays in the Valley.
Experts said there are several ways for residents to keep their homes safe this winter, including leaving cabinet doors below sinks open and…
Most electronics are not made to be outside for extended periods of time in temperatures below 30 degrees.