Police were called to a house in the 300 block of Sterling Avenue in Sharon after reports of a stabbing.
Crews had to fight flames and the wind as they worked Saturday to put out a fire at a vacant house.
Mayor Tito Brown has created a foundation to directly benefit the Youngstown community.
Studio Oxygen and Whistle and Keg have paired up for an event on Saturday.
Youngstown police officers were involved in a shooting early Saturday morning in the city.
Babcia’s Lunchbox is owned by 30-year-old Elisha Veon, of East Palestine.
One local cyber security expert says everyone has some sort of risk because hackers do not discriminate.
Police in Youngstown say they’ve found what appears to be a human skull in the woods.
Neshannock Township police are warning residents of a new phone scam involving monthly power bills.
Wellsville’s fiscal commission is only allowed to spend 85 percent of what was spent last year.
Trumbull County recently bought a refurbished ID tagging machine for $2,900 with money from the dog and kennel fund.
Council President Randy Allman says Wellsville will use the cameras to save on labor costs for police officers.
The man who says he now wants to be Ohio’s next Senator says he has the support of the Trump administration.
One of the dogs found dead had grass in its stomach, while another had sticks, showing they weren’t eating properly.
Court documents say James Hubbard, who is currently committed to a mental health facility, attacked a nurse without warning.
One thing you shouldn’t do? Slam on your brakes — and here’s why.
A detective said Luis Mateo pulled a woman inside of a car through the window, pointed a gun at her and took all of her money and gift cards…
When she quickly grabbed the keys out of the ignition, he jumped out of her car and ran into a nearby house.
That, and other crime reported in Austintown over the past week.
Police said the hackers wired over $1.7 million to companies in Hong Kong and Cambodia.
The boys, 4 and 5 years old, told employees they “walked there to buy things by themselves,” according to a police report.
It’s just the latest in phone scams in which the callers pretend to be law enforcement.