Students from several high schools joined together to help fight cancer.
Bernard Barnes, 57, is facing charges in relation to the death of Kenneth Evans, shot on Youngstown’s west side.
Robert Swauger resigned earlier this week, saying he needs to focus on his full-time job at the bank where he works.
Niles police are looking for at least two suspects who broke into the Rent a Center on Route 422 early Friday morning.
A man wanted on murder charges out of Detroit was arrested in New Castle Thursday.
A New Castle man is in jail after police say he fired more than a dozen shots into two houses.
The Columbiana County Drug Task Force found heroin, scales, stolen street signs and 12 guns.
About one in every 1,500 babies is born with both sex organs, according to the American Journal of Human Biology.
Fatal drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in Ohio.
Certified counselors took calls Thursday evening to answer mental health or addiction questions.
The center is located near the Eastwood Mall and is ideal for parents who need someone to watch their children for a few hours.
Keller Williams Realty organized the volunteer efforts to help out a former Youngstown police officer and his family.
City officials say they never received the monthly invoices from the sheriff’s department.
A Columbiana County agency is on the front lines of suicide prevention.
Timothy Frost was placed on unpaid leave from Youngstown’s Inspiring Minds organization after his arrest in April.
A woman living on Indian Run Drive in Canfield reported that a man pushed his way into her home and grabbed at her clothing.
Help Hotline has been providing crisis intervention, emotional support and community referral assistance for 45 years.
Joseph Rutherford, of Newton Falls, was charged with OVI for the eight time on April 3.
The safety director for the city of Niles resigned Thursday.
Officers say the woman was highly intoxicated and out of control when she hit one of them in the face.