Jay Micheal Christy was born Jeneva Rose but knew from the time he was 12 years old that something didn’t feel right.
Unemployment numbers are climbing, but especially for millennials.
Police are investigating after they discovered evidence of meth manufacturing in Warren.
Many people in the Valley are waking up to a mess and no power. The storm that moved through overnight knocked down trees and power lines.
Neighbors of the monastery say the church’s plans to build a large complex will create flooding and traffic problems.
Council voted to take another look at the anti-loitering ordinance in August before making it law throughout Youngstown.
The victim was able to escape through a window when he asked to go to the bathroom, according to a police report.
With one officer on extended sick leave and another’s employment status in arbitration, the force is left with just 57 officers on the road.
Officers tested the volunteers to help the police departments learn how to recognize drunk driving and prevent accidents.
An indictment says Dixon-Hoy gave the drug to a juvenile, who she knew to be under 18, in the vicinity of a school.
A new roof for the Robert Bycroft school in Lisbon was on the commissioners’ meeting agenda.
The latest award allows the Land Bank to demolish an additional 450 homes by mid-2019.
Physics explains how the 90-degree weather caused the warping in Youngstown Poland Road on Tuesday.
A crash last Wednesday knocked down part of an AT&T utility pole, causing a traffic light to fall at the intersection.
Over 900 people participated in the “Mini Takes the States” road rally, which happens every two years.
Police said the man is facing drug trafficking charges through Mahoning County Court of Common Pleas.
Police are looking for a man who is wanted out of Mahoning County on possession of heroin charges.
Police said the 25-year-old victim was found lying on the sidewalk with two gunshot wounds to the chest.
The man’s wife is also facing charges in relation to the investigation.
The charges stem from high lead levels found in Sebring’s water late last year.
Highway Patrol said the drugs are worth approximately $458,540.
Police said a woman told officers that Sanfrey was hallucinating, saying ninjas were in the streets.